Dear all, we are near the opening of a new season of Don Bosco Kep Khmer Language Learning for foreigners based in the Kingdom of Cambodia. Kep Province is probably a great environment to learn Khmer:
- It is an peaceful, beautiful, eco-friendly place with beaches, islands, hills, National Park, caves, pagodas, fisher villages, salt production, crabs and rice fields.
- Studying at Don Bosco means to have the opportunity to practice with Cambodian young people and get the best Khmer Conversation from the most authentic Cambodian rural communities.
Here some orientations for your peruse: Read More…
I share this video documentary by Teleantioquia about Cambodia. It is in Spanish, but you can understand most of the story. We are doubling it in Khmer and English… coming soon. A good resume of what is Cambodia, its history, Siem Reap, Phnom Penh, Kampot, Kep and Sihanoukville and how I see Cambodia since 1999.
Albeiro Rodas in Cambodia – Part 1, Teleantioquia, 2014.
Albeiro Rodas in Cambodia – Part 2, Teleantioquia, 2014.
Albeiro Rodas in Cambodia – Part 3, Teleantioquia, 2014.
Albeiro Rodas in Cambodia – Part 4, Teleantioquia, 2014.
When you visit Bokor Mountain, you find always new things. Anyway, the new development is under way, so it is important to appreciate what is good and to review what should be reviewed. the road is a snaky way to the mountain and it was built actually over an old path. In this, there was a lack of a better engineering perspective. A cable railway could be a great solution for the future and it would have a less impact over the environment. They are also developing some restaurants in points like the water fall and the Yeay Mao Monument, but their prices are too much high – as the mountain? – so it is not appropriate for visitors. With some many people looking for jobs in Kampot City, this would be a good idea to settle a popular market over the top with more popular prices, creating more employment and showing more the Khmer culture.
Phnom Penh — On Friday 30th August 2013, each of the six departments of Don Bosco Technical School was represented by the two hundred and fifty-one students graduating: Mechanical-Welding – 48, Automotive – 46, Electricity – 60, Electronic – 53, Computer -26 and Printing – 18. Dedicated to teaching and guiding the most disadvantaged youth of Cambodia, the Salesian Priests and Brothers, along with the DBTS teachers and volunteers, were there to congratulate and celebrate the students’ achievements; this day marking the completion of their two-year vocational course. Read More…