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What I don't like Cambodians to experience…


-I don know if you have seen this. I was repeatedly approached by an old lady and a small boy who looked quite tired. It broke my heart to say no to them, but something popped up in my mind. After world war two, japan was quite devastated, but de people were not encouraged to beg but work hard, sometimes till they died of overwork. I don mean to be so extreme but it depends on de level of necessity to give. I don want to see a culture of begging taking place. Hundreds of cambodians have been migrating to thailand to beg. some people joke about it, saying how on earth de citizen become beggars stems from a destitute state of their government to drum up aids from donors. For a great example, i saw a very old man in his 70s repairing bicycles for a living. So touching. But he lives to be all de people’s examples!

-While taking my usual path home yesterday, I spotted hold-overs and traffic accidents. Mind you, Handicap Internation Belgium says the number of de dead from traffic spiked to 5 per day. I just couldnt believe what I saw, just 5 mn after I saw one accident another one occurred suddenly. This evening, my relatives couldnt be happy cos they witnessed a gruesome scene of a traffic accident. All these accidents come from failure to take care of one’s safety on roads. In wat way? Helmets, mirrors, proper driving not fast or drunk driving. . . don overtake big cars or trucks cos most of the drivers drive like they’re on drugs. Rules on trucks in the city or town please. Law on driving please, learn to drive before you really do. No excuse or exceptions. It may not be wise to wait well before it can be late. I hate to say too much, but watch out while you are here. Do what is right for you and avoid accidents.

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