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Student Blog was moved www.dsaoyuth.com


Dear my valuable readers,

I am happy that you are here on this page reading my post. Just to let you know that I have moved my blog to another address at www.dsaoyuth.com

Sorry for the inconvenient. I hope you keep following my blog and giving me wonderful suggestion or comment.

Regards,

Saoyuth, Student Blog’s author

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Some photos from TEDxPhnomPenh event


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5 ways to drive visitors to your blog/website


Numbers of blogs and websites keep increasing from day to day. Not many people visiting  can be a  frustrating thing for blog and website owners. There are plenty of way to improve your blog/website state, but I’d like to raise 5 main points for Student Blog visitors. I think some of you also own at least your personal blog, so let’s have a look together. Cheers,

1. Use Social Network

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Social network programs are very popularly nowadays especially Facebook, Twitter, Hi5, etc. In addition to having more friends online, you can improve your blog/website visitors by announcing it on these social programs. It is an easy way and you don’t have to pay for this.

2. Search Engine Optimization (SEO)

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Wordpress allows you to put tag here / by: Dara Saoyuth

The Web is full of great content that will never be seen outside of the author’s screen because the writer has failed to understand that just a few simple tweaks in the blogging process can increase search-engine visibility.

Search Engine including Google, Bing, and Yahoo is another powerful way to bring visitors to your blog/website. Search Engine will show your blog/website when someone search any keyword existed in your blog/website contents.

You can improve search engine capacity by learning how to use tag including heading tag and title tag.

Tag bar

Tag bar / by: Dara Saoyuth

3. Create relationship with another sites

Living in Phnom Penh & Student Blog

Living in Phnom Penh & Student Blog / By: Dara Saoyuth

You cannot live alone on the earth and so as your website/blog that it cannot stay isolate on the internet world.

When you have more friends on the internet, you will have a big amount of visitors.

You can improve it by putting link to the other people’s website/blog and they will link you back.

4. Offline Advertising

Another easy to make the other people know your blog/website  is to  deliver posters, business cards that include your web address to your friend or people you meet.

Those people will remember yours longer. You can also advertise it on newspaper or magazine.

5. Online advertising

Facebook ads sample

Facebook ads sample / by: Dara Saoyuth

Well, if you have money, you should consider this method. You can buy space from other famous websites to put yours in them. Or you can use Facebook Ads or Google ads.

 

 

By: Dara Saoyuth
25/01/2011

Should authorities be blamed on Koh Pich Issue?


 Should authorities be blamed on Koh Pich Issue by saoyuth

My radio production course assigned me to do a commentary with my friend under a topic “Should authorities be blamed on Koh Pich Issue?”.  My friend is on an opposing site that he think that the authorities should be blamed while I am on a supporting side that I have to stat that authorities should not be blamed.

We’ve just finished it as a radio course assignment and we’d like to share this piece with all of you. Cheers,

Blessing for the deceased

Relatives blessing for the deceased / by: Dara Saoyuth

Cue/Introduction: Diamond bridge stampede claimed some 350 people’s lives and injured hundreds last month, on the last day of water festival. Critics and a number of people have been complaining about the tragic incident. They put blame on the authorities for the reason that they have not managed the event well. However, some people have the ideas that no one should be blamed for the incident.

Our program is going to have commentary on the topic “Should the government be blamed for the incident?” Our commentators Sun Narin and Dara Saoyuth will express their point of view on the issue.

Sun Narin (Opposing site): I could not imagine how such incident happen on that day? People got jammed on the bridge and could not get out. Cambodia’s prime minister Hun Sen said that “Nobody will be punished for the incident.”

However, Sam Rainsy opposition party Son Chhay pushed the ruling government to identify the people responsible for “organizing the festival and handling the crowd” and wanted them to be fired from the position. This includes Phnom Penh governor, head of the police and interior ministry.

In my opinion, the government at least should take actions with those officials because they are irresponsible for their duty.

Phnom Penh municipality, relevant ministry and police did not perform their work responsibly and carefully. Why didn’t police facilitate the people’s crossing the bridge? There is not a lot of police force deploying at the incident place at that time.

Moreover, the bridge is for the exit only, why people were allowed to get in and out?  This is the reason causing the mass deaths. Why didn’t police deal with that problem?

Police could not help the victims urgently when the incident happened, keeping people stuck in the crowdedness more than 2 hours. This caused more people dead because of the suffocation in the stampede.

Finally, the organizing people don’t plan the ceremony well. They are not well-prepared to be ready for the unplanned incident. Comparing to other countries, when there is the some special event like that the government must guarantee that the safety for people. They are very careless about this.

I think this is the mass unprecedented deaths, so all these officials should be taken off from the position as the example for the other people.

Dara Saoyuth (Supporting site): Even though most Cambodians can think only who should be blamed when talking about tragedy on Koh Pich, to me, it is an opportunity to learn rather than focus on blame finding.

During the water festival, truck or big cars were not allowed to enter the city and even tuktuk couldn’t drive along riverside to avoid traffic jam and accident. I dared to say that Phnom Penh authorities were well-planned for the festival.

This year, people moved into the city more than the authority expectation, that in the evening of 22 November 2010, the accident happened. There are many reasons causing stampede including the lack of people morality that they push each other back and forth? Why should only authorities be blamed?

As we can see, immediately after the accident, the authorities were trying to help the victims in many ways.

The government ordered the Ministry of Health to pay much attention to the victims and also some officers to send dead people to their provinces with free of charge. The Phnom Penh Capital Hall also started reporting on the tragedy instantly and kept updating with new announcement related to the incident.

No one wants this to happen and also nothing can be changed. Now we should better find the solution instead of blaming.

One facebooker, Samsokrith Chhaly, urges the public to think of those who died during the Water Festival as heroes because they gave us priceless lesson for next year’s preparation. When development sides establish in Cambodia next time, I’m sure that they will think first about an effective risk management system.

Conclusion by Dara Saoyuth:

After listening to both supporting and opposing sides, do you still think that government should be blamed for the tragedy? If yes, what can you get from that? I know that it is Cambodian habit to accuse each other when something bad happen, but I suggest you to be more positive by considering it as a lesson. Again, no one should be blamed. Critics should take the effective risk management system for considering rather than putting blame.

By: Dara Saoyuth & Sun Narin
22/12/2010

ការផ្សព្វផ្សាយឱ្យដឹងអំពីមុទ្ទវិទ្យានៅក្នុងប្រទេសកម្ពុជា


ការ​យល់​ឃើញ​តាម​រយៈ​ការ​រចនា​ក្រាហ្វិក

ភាសា​ជា​មូលដ្ឋា​ន​សម្រាប់​អត្តសញ្ញាណ​ វប្បធម៌ ដូច្នេះ​ហើយ​វា​សំខាន់​ណាស់​សម្រាប់​មនុស្ស​ក្នុង​ការ​រក្សា​​នូវ​​ភាសារបស់ពួកគេឱ្យនៅរស់រាន្តមានជីវិត។

មុទ្ទវិទ្យា កំណត់​រូប​រាង​នៃ​ភាសា​និ​ង​ធ្វើ​ឱ្យ​ពាក្យ​ដែល​បាន​សរសេរ​ចេញ​មក​ត្រូវ​បាន​គេ​មើល​ឃើញ​។​

អក្សរ​ខ្មែរ​គឺជា​ប្រព័ន្ធសរសេរដំបូងគេបង្អស់ដែលត្រូវបានប្រើប្រាស់នៅក្នុងអាស៊ីអាគ្នេយ៍។ ខ្មែរ​ក្រហម​បាន​បំផ្លាញ​នូវ​ប្រពៃណីក៏ដូចជាការលេចឡើងនូវវប្បធម៌ទំនើប។ ជា​លទ្ធផល​គឺ​កម្ពុជា​មាន​ការ​ខ្វះ​ខាតនូវអ្នកជំនាញ សម្ភារៈ និងសៀវភៅសិក្សា។ ការ​កត់​ត្រា​ដ៏​ច្បាស់​លាស់​មួយ​ស្តី​អំពី​អនុ​សញ្ញានិង​ ក្បួន​ ច្បាប់មួយចំនួន អាចឱ្យយើងប្រើប្រាស់សម្រាប់ជាគោលការណ៍ណែនាំសម្រា ប់​អ្នក​រចនា​ក្រាហ្វិកសម័យបច្ចុប្បន្នក្នុងការធ្វើការជាមួយនឹងពុម្ពអក្សរខ្មែរដែលបានបាត់បង់។

ពុម្ព​អក្សរ​ខ្មែរ គឺជាពុម្ពអក្សរផ្លូវការនៅក្នុងប្រទេសកម្ពុជា។ ទោះបីជាយ៉ាងណាក៏ដោយ យើង​សង្កេត​ឃើញ​ថាមា​ន​ការសរសេររួម បញ្ចូលគ្នារវាងភាសារផ្សេងៗគ្នាដូចជាខ្មែរ ចិន កូរ៉េ ឡាទីន។ល។​

ភាគ​​ច្រើននៅក្នុងការបោះពុម្ពផ្សាយ ការស៊ីញ៉េ និងក្នុងការទំនាក់ទំនងប្រចាំថ្ងៃ ត្រូវបានសរសេរ ជា​ពុម្ព​អក្សរ​ចម្រុះគ្នា។ ការរួមបញ្ចូលគ្នាយ៉ាងចុះ សម្រុងរវាងអក្សរផ្សេងៗគ្នានេះមិនត្រឹមតែបង្កើត ឱ្យ​មានបញ្ហាផ្នែកបច្ចេកទេសតែប៉ុណ្ណោះទេ ថែម ទាំង​ជា​ឧប​សគ្គ​មួយ​សម្រាប់​អ្នក​រចនា​ក្រាហ្វិក​ផង​ដែរ​ ដែលពួកគេនៅតែមិនទាន់អាចស្វែងរកឫក៏ អាច​ទទួល​ស្គាល់​ទាំង​ស្រុង​អំពី​ការ​រួម​បញ្ចូល​គ្នា​នេះ។​

ចាប់​តាំង​ពីមានការដា ក់ឱ្យប្រើប្រាស់ប្រព័ន្ធខ្មែរUnicode យើង​មាន​លទ្ធភាព​ក្នុង​ការ​បោះពុម្ព​និង​ប្រើ​ប្រាស់​អក្សរខ្មែរនៅលើប្រព័ន្ធInternetបានកាន់តែងាយស្រួល។ សព្វ​ថ្ងៃ​នេះ​ប្រភេទ​តួអក្សរ​ខ្មែរ​ជា​ច្រើនដែលមានគុណភាពយ៉ាងល្អ ត្រូវបានគេបញ្ចេញឱ្យប្រើប្រាស់។ ទោះបីជាយ៉ាង នេះក្តី នៅ​ក្នុង​ការប្រៀបធៀបទៅនឹងការកើនឡើងយ៉ាងឆាប់រហ័សនៃការរចនាអក្សរឡាទីន យើង​សង្កេត​ឃើញ​ថា​ពុម្ព​អក្សរ​ខ្មែរ​ជា​លក្ខណៈ​ឌីជីថល​នៅ​តែ​មិន​ត្រូវ​បាន​រក​ឃើញ​ក្នុង​ន័យ​កែ​លម្អ​និង​ធ្វើ​ឱ្យ​មានច្រើនបែបខុសៗគ្នា។

១. ការស្រាវជ្រាវ

ជំហ៊ាន​ដ៏​សំខាន់មួយដើម្បីសរសេរ ធ្វើគំនូរព្រាង និងរចនាអក្សរ ខ្មែរ គឺធ្វើការរក ឱ្យ​ឃើញ​នូវ​ប្រវត្ត​របស់​អក្សរ និងការប្រើប្រាស់របស់វាពីំមួយជំនាន់ ទៅមួយជំនាន់។ ការឱ្យតម្លៃទៅលើអតីតកាល ជួយ​យើង​ឱ្យ​អាច​យល់​ដឹង​ពីចម្លើយនិងប្រតិកម្មទៅនឹងការសម្រេចចិត្តក្នុងពេលបច្ចុប្បន្ន។ អ្នក​ជំនាញ​ខាង​ប្រវត្តតួអក្សរនិងអ្នកជំនាញខាងសរសេរ អក្សរដៃ គឺ​ជា​ប្រភព​ដ៏​សំខាន់​ក្នុង​ការ​ធ្វើ​ការ​ពាក់ព័ន្ធ​ជា​មួយនឹងអក្សរ ក្នុងគោលបំណងដើម្បីរក្សានូវគតិបណ្ឌិត ការ​បញ្ហាញ​ពី​អត្​តសញ្ញា​ណ​តាម​រយៈ​អ្វីដែលអាចមើលឃើញ។

២. ការប្រមូលផ្តុំ

ការ​ប្រមូល​ផ្តុំ​ឧទាហរណ៍​ជា​ច្រើន​ទាក់​ទង​នឹង​ប្រភេទ​អក្សរ​ដែល​ត្រូវ​បាន​ប្រើ​ប្រាស់​ក្នុង​ពេល​បច្ចុប្បន្ន​ ជួយយើងឱ្យយល់ដឹងកាន់តែច្បាស់ពីពុម្ពអក្សរខ្មែរ និង​លើក​ទឹក​ចិត្ត​ក្នុង​កិច្ច​ពិភាក្សា​តាម​ន័យ​រចនា​ក្រាហ្វិក។ជាឧទាហរណ៍ ការសរសេរអក្សរដៃចាប់ផ្តើម បាត់បង់​បន្តិច​ម្តងៗ​ពី​លើ​ដង​ផ្លូវ​ដូច្នេះ​ការ​ថត រូបពីស្លាកយីហោផ្សេងៗដែលសរសេរដោយដៃ គឺ​ជា​ឱកាស​ចុង​ក្រោយ​ក្នុង​ការ​ថែរក្សា​នូវ​ប្រភេទពុម្ពអក្សរផ្សេងៗគ្នា ក៏ដូចជាទុកសម្រាប់ ជាឯកសារផងដែរ។

៣. ការធ្វើពិសោធន៍

គំរោង​នេះ​មានគោលបំណងលើកទឹកចិត្ត ដល់អ្នករចនាក្រាហ្វិក ដើម្បីធ្វើការស្រាវជ្រាវ ប្រមូល​ផ្តុំ​ក្បួន​ច្បាប់​ផ្នែកអក្សរដ៏សម្បូរបែប និងធ្វើការដកពិសោធន៍ជាមួយតួអក្សរនិងពុម្ពអក្សរផ្សេងៗ ដើម្បី​សម្រេច​បាននូវការរចនាថ្មីដែលមានប្រសិទ្ធភាព។ ឧបសគ្គ​ចម្បង​នោះ​គឺ​ការ​ស្វែង​រក​តុល្យ​ភាព​រវាង​កំណែប្រែថ្មី និងការថែរក្សានូវការរួមបញ្ចូលគ្នារវាងអក្សរនីមួយៗ។

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Voice of Vietnam representative office opens in Cambodia


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Night Concert


This concert was held on Koh Pech (Diamond Island) by a christian group. We, my friends and I, didn’t have plan to join; we just ride motors passed a mall and saw it by chance. The concert’s not too bad! Loud music and wonderful songs made the wonderful event…

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by: Dara Saoyuth

19/08/2010

A visit to S-21 prison (Toul Sleng Genocide Museum)


The Victim's Grave / by: Dara Saoyuth

The Victim's Grave / by: Dara Saoyuth

Yesterday morning was my first visit to Toul Sleng Genocide Museum…

The Gallows used at S-21 / by: Dara Saoyuth

The Gallows used at S-21 / by: Dara Saoyuth

Detail provided soon…

by: Dara Saoyuth

22/07/2010

Academic Symposium Session3


Chuch Phoeurn, Secretary of State, Ministry of Culture of Fine Arts giving a speech on "Cultural Exchanges between the U.S and Cambodia" / by: Dara Saoyuth

Chuch Phoeurn, Secretary of State, Ministry of Culture of Fine Arts giving a speech on "Cultural Exchanges between the U.S and Cambodia" / by: Dara Saoyuth

Quest Speakers Photos

Dr. Franklin Huffman giving a presentation on Educational and Cultural exchanges between the U.S. and Cambodia / by: Koam Tivea

Dr. Franklin Huffman giving a presentation on Educational and Cultural exchanges between the U.S. and Cambodia / by: Koam Tivea

Dr. Chheang Vannarith makes a presentation this morning / by: Koam Tivea

Dr. Chheang Vannarith makes a presentation this morning / by: Koam Tivea

Academic Symposium Session 2


Ambassador Kent Wiedemann presenting about "The Early Years of Cambodia's Democracy" / by: Dara Saoyuth

Ambassador Kent Wiedemann presenting about "The Early Years of Cambodia's Democracy" / by: Dara Saoyuth

Starting from 1:30pm-5pm

Presented by: Ambassador Kent Wiedemann, Samdech Norodom Sirivudh, and Ambasadors Charles Ray and Joseph Musomeli


1:30-2:15pm: Ambassador Kent Wiedemann presenting the early years of Cambodia’s democracy

02:15-3:00pm: Samdech Norodom Siricudh, Member of the Constitutional Council of Cambodia presenting Cambodian U.S. relations in the 1990’s

Samdech Norodom Sirivudh presenting "Cambodian U.S relations in the 1990's" / by: Kaing Tongngy

Samdech Norodom Sirivudh presenting "Cambodian U.S relations in the 1990's" / by: Kaing Tongngy

Detail provided soon…

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