When I was about 7 years old I lived happily with my parents, my grandma and my other two brothers. We lived together, helping each other and enjoy our life in our small community. My father was delighted person when I need something he always gives me. I still remembered the time when he made me an amazing wooden top toy. I played with my neighbor happily from day to day after school. A year later he left the family because he needed to work at other places. A few months later he was sick, so he came back home. My family and my relative tried to get him to the hospital and the doctors tried their best to save his life. But still they couldn’t save him and from that time he left me alone forever. In that time I feel really depressed and I could not talk at all. After my father passed away I learned an important lesson from that experienced which was open mind. I accepted the truth and I tried to not care much about it and still carry on my life with my family. Because of that experienced, that’s why I’m here, learning in a wonderful school that everyone dreams to come.
Everyone is not perfect but everyone has a reason why do they act that way. I’m really lucky to have an opportunity to come to learn in the Liger Learning Center with many other students around Cambodia. We live together with a happy life and joyful friendship but at the same time, we also faced many problems with each other. But that’s normal, everyone makes mistake but we need to keep in mind that blaming and shouting to each other is not the best solution. I believe that being a person who has an open mind and looking for a beneficial solution for everyone is the best behavior that everyone should have.
I experienced many problems from the past five years living in Liger. I noticed that myself and my friends when we have a conflict with each other sometimes we used violent words and disrespectful attitude to each other. Furthermore, I know that teenager reacted quickly and act what their feeling tell them to do. I’m also a teenager, sometimes I experienced and acted the same way as other teenagers feel. But now I’m different, I treat myself to become an open mind person, I understand the phrase of being an open mind person clearly which lead me to treat myself to react differently. Moreover, I experienced that when someone does something wrong to you, you started to feel angry, burning in your body and you can not ignore the problem. As a human being, we’re smart enough to control our self. However, sometimes we can not do anything about it. I, myself highly recommend everyone especially the teenagers to have the behavior of being an open mind person. Changing someone’s behavior is not the easiest thing to do in this world. But it’s not impossible and it’s late to change your behavior, your attitude and if you treat yourself carefully one day you will get it. Lastly, this is important maybe you think that it’s not important right now but in the future, you will need it in your career.
Every students in Liger are learning about Entrepreneurship it’s a real research and real business. In my exploration we divided into 4 groups. My group is the Outreach team and the other three groups are product development, label team, Legal and budget team. My group is the third exploration group. The previous group that already take the entrepreneurship class they explain briefly to my group at the sharation time about the Chili sauce business and some of the lessons. When we start the entrepreneurship exploration we already have a strong foundation about entrepreneurship and chili sauce business. In my Outreach team we worked on business plan, advertising, pitching and finding investor. For business plan my group need to work really hard and communicate with other group to get the information in order to prepare the business plan. It’s my first entrepreneurship business class, so everything is new for me I get a lot of experience from this class especially how to create a business. It’s way harder then what I expect the business should look like. When I learned in this class I notice that when we want to create a business we need to think a lot not only the budget but the first initial important thing is planing.
Chili sauce description:
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In Cambodia agriculture is one of the important part for the economic especially rice. We want to lean more about different type of agriculture not only the rice but other vegetables, fruits and more. We plan out the tirp to Bantanbang and Phour Sat to learn and explore more about agriculture. We went and worked with Srer Khmer organization that they help the farmer to produce more yield, the technique and use the right amount of chemical. Srer Khmer usually teach the community about rice, so after listen to their presentation we went with them to see some of the rice fields. While we observe the rice field and other farm we asked them some questions, it helps us to use their advice to actually do it in Liger.
This year we are focusing on speaking especially students pronunciation. In one week I have three pronunciation classes two days in Essential time and one day in expertise time. Jan is our pronunciation teacher. He taught us to speak clearly, slowly and louder. In a few weeks I learned how to pronounce letter ‘V’ and ‘W’. It’s really difficult for me to pronounce those words and it confused me a lot. I tried to use those words in the correct pronunciation every day I speak those words. Now I’m really confident with those words. But I need to work on other things like pronounce the last consonant, pronounce the word to in correct sound and other fluency.
Some exercises that we used to improve our fluency like singing, do some recording and choose the words those are difficult for me to pronounce. We also practice our pronunciation by some books.
My favorite part of the pronunciation class are pronounce the word that used only mouth to pronounce but not make any sound and let my partner guess the word. The other favorite part of this class is listening to the music with headphone and let my partner pronounce the word and let me guess it. It’s really hard for me to guess because I can’t hear any sound, so I need to understand my partner mouth.