This article is the last and final article in this blog since all my children in Cambodia are using now a days facebook and messenger.
A brief update just returned from Cambodia today, we are happy to look back at 11 years of contact with our children in Cambodia.On the 10 years old picture from the left Yos, Saru and Borin. They lived together in a small room in Wat Koh pagoda. Today they spred all over Cambodia, Saru lives in the south, Sihankoukville, Yos still lives in Phnom Penh and Borin has moved to Siem Reap in the north.They are all married and have a child each. All three has bought land, has housing and has good jobs.Yos is employed as a television drama producer and is married to Nika who is television commercial producer. They move during this month in their new built home.Saru became a lawyer, married a businesswoman, has built a house and invested in several projects. Borin was graduated as doctor, pediatrician, married a pediatrician and they both work in a very well-run and well-known private hospital in Cambodia. They have bought land and are planning to build a house.In addition, Sony has completed his BA in Marketing and works as a real estate agent.Key has completed BA in IT and has had jobs ever since.Ratha and sister Chanty have finished high school and Ratha is working at a hotel near the pagoda.Sot, who is father of three kids, is still running his workshop repairing motorcycles in his village.Sopal is doing practice in a motorcycle workshop for the next 3 months.Kosal is monk.Cheng still struggles with the following of tough childhood with violence and lives on the street. It has been a great trip to follow the kids for the last 11 years, many wonderful experiences, great holidays at cozy hotels in both Sihanoukville and Siem Reap. There have been up and downs, they have experienced violence, poverty, homelessness, hunger, sickness and so on, but Cambodia is a country of survivors, they move forward, the future look brighter and we have jointly created many good memories together that we can keep in our mind for many years to come.