Unofficial Translation from The Phnom Penh Post’s Khmer edition TUESDAY, 26 SEPTEMBER 2017 TONG SOPRACH ការបែកបាក់សមាជិកគ្រួសារខ្មែរ បែបសម័យទំនើបនៅតែបន្ត “Chinese chases away Cambodian chasing away the ghost” it is the old saying while Chinese people flew into Cambodia and headed for the city or downtown to compete for the works and markets; that was the reason persuading… Continue reading Broken Khmer Family in New Era of Modernization
Unofficial Translation from The Phnom Penh Post’s Khmer edition TUESDAY, 03 JULY 2018, TONG SOPRACH ឌីជីថល GoGreen Cambodia កំពុងចូលរួមកែលម្អបរិស្ថាន Talking about waste management in ASEAN region, three countries are getting the most criticisms just pop up to mind; these three are the Philippines having waste mountains in Manila, Indonesia having plastic sea at Bali and… Continue reading Digital Mapping to Improve the Environment in Phnom Penh
Unofficial Translation from The Phnom Penh Post’s Khmer edition TUESDAY, 02 JANUARY 2018, TONG SOPRACH សម័យ ឌីជីថល ការ រៀន អាន និង សរសេរ ខ្មែរ គឺ លែង ជា ឧបសគ្គ The habit of complaining over the lack of Khmer (Cambodian language) learning materials, places to study and availability of additional devices is inconvenient for the present day. In… Continue reading Digital era Khmer reading and writing are not a big deal any more
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Tong Soprach is Social-affairs Columnist, The Phnom Penh Post’s Khmer Edition and Social Public Health Researcher. He is gender sensitive man. He strongly supports “HeForShe”.
Unofficial Translation from The Phnom Penh Post’s Khmer edition TUESDAY, 27 JUNE 2017, TONG SOPRACH NOTE: This column contributed to the royal government’s decision releasing the four ADHOC Officers and a NEC Deputy-Secretary General for two days after publication: Groups welcome court’s release of the ‘Adhoc 5’ បើអ្នកស៊ី និងអ្នកសូកមានទោសដូចគ្នា អ៊ីចឹងមានតែនាងខុម ចាន់តារាទី ហៅស្រីមុំ ត្រូវជាប់ឃុំដែរ Any accusation… Continue reading Any corruption activity must be charged equally: if not, release the 5 human rights activists
Unofficial Translation from The Phnom Penh Post’s Khmer edition TUESDAY, 11 JULY 2017, TONG SOPRACH កម្ពុជា អាចដើរតួរកដំណោះស្រាយបញ្ហាកូរ៉េទាំងពីរ Witnessing two siblings fighting to the extent that a setting a border is necessary hurts. When it happens to two countries, the measures taken to settle such disputes can be hot or cold. The North-South dispute nearly divided… Continue reading Cambodia could play the role of mediator in Korean unification
Unofficial Translation from The Phnom Penh Post’s Khmer edition TUESDAY, 06 JUNE 2017, TONG SOPRACH ខំពង្រឹងតែសេវាសុខាភិបាលមូលដ្ឋានឲ្យល្អ តែសេវាមន្ទីរពេទ្យជាតិ បែរជាព្រងើយកន្តើយ While leaders at each ministry, institution, and department were preoccupied with election campaign by going in to their target areas ahead of commune election last week, the ordinary officials were required to attend political rallies during working… Continue reading Why National Hospital Service Delivery remains ignoring the poor?
Share from original source: The Phnom Penh Post’s English Edition Opinion: Don’t underestimate the importance of commune elections FRIDAY, 2 JUNE 2017 TONG SOPRACH The upcoming 4th mandate of commune council elections is an achievement resulting from the Decentralisation and Deconcentration Reforms (D&D) starting in 2000, with commune elections arranged for the first time in… Continue reading Don’t underestimate the importance of commune elections
Unofficial Translation from APSARA Khmer Magazine/khmer79.com 25 DECEMBER 2013, VEN CHHUNHEAT Translated by Taing Rinith ជីវិតសាមញ្ញលោកតុង សុប្រាជ្ញ អ្នកវិភាគសង្គមដ៏ស៊ីជម្រៅ Anyone in Cambodia, no matter it is the ordinary person, the motor-taxi driver, the government official or the politician, must familiar with the name “Tong Soprach”. This name belongs to a social-affairs columnist who is prominent for… Continue reading The Life of Simple Man, Tong Soprach, an Accomplished Social-affairs Columnist