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អ្នកកាន់កាប់ ហ្វេសប៊ុក ប្រចាំរោងកុង Legend Cinema បានប្រកាសឱ្យដឹង ជាមុន ថា រឿង “ធ្លាប់ស្រឡាញ់ខ្ញុំទេ?” ជា ប្រភេទកុន 2D ត្រូវបាន ខាងម្ចាស់ភាពយន្ត បញ្ជាឱ្យលក់ សំបុត្រ ក្នុងតម្លៃ 3.50$ ដែលជា តម្លៃមួយថ្លៃជាង កុនហូលីវូត ទាំងអស់ ធ្លាប់បញ្ចាំងស្រុកខ្មែរ នាពេលកន្លងមក។ រាល់កុន ហូលីវូត ឬកុនថៃ ថ្មីៗ ប្រភេទ 2D ដូចគ្នា ទោះ ថតអស់ ថវិកា រាប់លាន ដុល្លារ និងបញ្ចាំងស្របពេល នឹងរោងកុន អន្តរជាតិ ក៏ដោយ រោងភាពយន្ត ពីរ នេៅភ្នំពេញ (the Cineplex និង Legend Cinema) កំណត់យកថ្លៃ ត្រឹម $3 ប៉ុណ្ណោះ។ រឿងខ្មែរ ថ្មីនេះ សម្តែងដោយ តារាចម្រៀង ព្រាប សុវត្ថិ នឹងត្រូវចាប់ បញ្ចាំង នាថ្ងៃ ច័ន្ទ ទី២៦ ខែវិច្ឆិកា ឆ្នាំ២០១២ ខាងមុខ ដាក់បញ្ចាំង ត្រឹមរោងកុនពីរ ខាងលើ ទំនងជា លក់ក្នុងតម្លៃ ដូចគ្នា (រោងកុន the Cineplex មិនទាន់បានបញ្ចេញតម្លៃឱ្យដឹងទេ)។ ទោះបីជា មានការតម្លើងថ្លៃ សំបុត្រ ទស្សនា យ៉ាងនេះ ក្តី មានអ្នកគាំទ្រ ភាពយន្តខ្មែរ ជាច្រើន បាន បន្តការគាំទ្រ ដដែល ដោយបញ្ចេញ វាចារ តបថា មិនអីទេ ត្រឹម 0.5$ ប៉ុណ្ណោះ ហើយ មានអ្នកទាក់ទង កក់សំបុត្រ ជាមុនទៀត…
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សង្ខេបសាច់រឿង ៖ នាយ Itthipat Kulapongvanich ឬនាយ តប់ (Top=កំពូល) បច្ចុប្បន្ន អាយុ ២៧ឆ្នាំ (២០១២) បានសាងកេរ្តិ៍ឈ្មោះ «ថៅកែណយ» (ចៅហ្វាយតូច) ជា យីហោ សារ៉ាយបំពង ចូលទៅផ្សារទូទាំងប្រទេសថៃ តាមរយៈការដណ្តើមបាន កុងត្រា លក់ផលិតផល ក្នុងហាង 7 ELEVEN នៅពេលនាយ មានអាយុត្រឹម អាយុ ១៩ឆ្នាំ។ នាយ តប់ រៀនចប់ថ្នាក់ទី ១២ ហើយមិនចង់ បន្តរៀន នៅមហាវិទ្យាល័យ ព្រោះនាយ ចង់ធ្វើជំនួញច្រើនជាង។ នាយ តប់ ប្រថុយ នឹងការធ្វើជំនួញ ដំបូង គឺ ហ្គេមអ៊ីនធើណែត ដែលនាំឱ្យនាយ មានលទ្ធភាព ទិញរថយន្ត ដោយខ្លួនឯង។ ក្រោយមក នាយ បែកគំនិតប្រថុយ ធ្វើជំនួញ ជាបន្តបន្ទាប់ រហូតដល់ ជំនួញ សារ៉ាយបំពង ដែលនាំឱ្យ នាយក្លាយជា អ្នកមានដោយចៃដន្យ។ ក្រោយពេល សារ៉ាយថៅកែណយ បានចូលលក់ក្នុង ផ្សារ 7 ELEVEN នាយបានចំណាយត្រឹម ២ឆ្នាំ ដើម្បីសងបំណុលជំនួញបរាជ័យរបស់ឪពុកនាយ សរុប ៤០លានបាត (ប្រហែល ១លាន ៣សែន ដុល្លារអាមេរិក) នៅពេលនាយ មានអាយុត្រឹម ២១ឆ្នាំ។ គិតត្រឹមឆ្នាំ២០១១ នាយមាន កសិដ្ឋានដាំសារ៉ាយផ្ទាល់ខ្លួន នៅក្នុងប្រទេសកូរ៉េ ហើយមានលទ្ធភាព ជួលបុគ្គលិក ប្រមាណ ២៥០០ នាក់ ហើយបានបែងចែក សារ៉ាយបំពង ថៅកែណយ ទៅកាន់ ៦០០០ សាខាទូទៅប្រទេសថៃ របស់ 7 ELEVEN និងនាំចេញ សារ៉ាយថៅកែណយ ទៅកាន់ ប្រទេសជាង ២៧ លើពិភពលោក។ ចំណូលបានមកពីការលក់សារ៉ាយថៅកែណយ ក្នុងឆ្នាំ២០១០ កើនឡើងរហូតដល់ ១៥០០ លានបាត (៤៨លាន ៦សែន ដុល្លារសហរដ្ឋអាមេរិក)។
«គ្រប់ពេលដែលជួបបញ្ហា ហាមអស់កម្លាំងចិត្តជាដាច់ខាត ព្រោះប្រសិនបើយើងព្រមចាញ់ ល្បែងនឹងចប់រហូតហើយ» តប់
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URGENT – Volunteer Announcement
Committee for Free and Fair Elections in Cambodia (COMFREL) is a local NGO functioning nationwide since 1995.
COMFREL’ strategies are to dedicate contribution towards the promotion of democracy and democratic governance through elections, improved legal and institutional reform, and increased awareness for promoting accountability, transparency and popular participation. One of those is to get public support through media and campaign, in which COMFREL is focusing on vocal media, especially by running “Voice of Civil Society” radio programs.
COMFREL is urgently seeking 1 full-time volunteer to assist legal analysis of election regulation.
- 3 year in University and subject in Law
- Good knowledge of the Cambodian news, as well as political scenes; knowledge of election and political parties in Cambodia is a plus.
- Strong interest for the Cambodian democratic process and politics
- Knowledge of English is a plus
- Computer literate, MS. Words and Excel in particular.
DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
- Compile election information
- Assist to analyze the election information related to the Election Law.
- Assist to write report and article of legal analysis
- Be able to work on weekend when required
- Other tasks as required
Interested candidates should send only their CV and cover letter to COMFREL office #138, St. 122, Sangkat Teuk Laak I, Khan Tuol Kork, Phnom Penh, Tel: (023) 884 150 / (023) 883 967.
OR e-mail to: firstname.lastname@example.org
With Subject: “Volunteer for Legal Analysis_COMFREL”
Deadline for summiting CV in hard copy: 5. 00pm, Friday, 30 November 2012.
Deadline for summiting CV by e-mail: 5.00 pm, Sunday, 02 December 2012.
Female Candidate is strongly encouraged to apply!
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What Obama said to HUN Sen
Source : The Cambodia Daily, Wednesday, November 21, 2012 (Volume 53 Issue 48)
This is a summary of U.S. President Barack Obama’s bilateral meeting with Prime Minister Hun Sen at the Peace Palace on Monday by Ben Rhodes, U.S. deputy national security adviser for Strategic Communications.
MR. RHODES : Okay, well, just to give you guys a quick readout of the president’s bilateral meeting with Prime Minister Hun Sen of Cambodia. The president focused almost all of his comments on issues associated with human rights.
He began by expressing that his trip to Burma demonstrated the positive benefits that flow from countries moving down a path of political reform and increasing respect for human rights, indicating of course that Cambodia has much further to go on that set of issues.
He highlighted a set of issues that he was concerned about within Cambodia, in particular I would say the need for them to move toward elections that are fair and free, the need for an independent election commission associated with those elections, the need to allow for the release of political prisoners, and for opposition parties to be able to operate.
He highlighted, for instance, one case of a radio broadcaster who’s been sentenced to many years in prison simply for something that they said on the radio. He discussed the issue of land seizures, which have been a challenge for the people of Cambodia.
So he went through a set of areas where we have concerns about the human rights situation within Cambodia. Beyond that –again, that was the focus really of the president’s comments. He said that those types of issues are an impediment to the United States and Cambodia developing a deeper bilateral relationship.
Then Prime Minister Hun Sen raised a number of his own issues associated with their ongoing debt situation in Cambodia, their interest in close relations with the United States in a number of areas; but again, mostly the discussion initiated by the president focused on these issues associated with human rights.
QUESTION : How did Hun Sen respond to those – that criticism, that pressure, however you might phrase it?
MR. RHODED : Suffice to say, Hun Sen defended the fact that his – the fact that Cambodia has unique circumstance and that motivates some of these practices and policies.
But the president said, even as he understood that each country is different and each country is going to have different issues and concerns, there are certain universal principles that need to be upheld, including respect for human rights. And he also made the point that those countries that don’t uphold those principles are going to find it more difficult to integrate with the international community, to have a deeper relationship with the United States. So, again, in keeping with the notion that we want to send a signal – obviously with the trip to Burma in particular – that those countries that move in the right direction will find positive benefits flowing from those decision; those countries that don’t are going to be held back.
QUESTION : So was it tense conversation ? How would you characterize that part ?
MR. RHODED : I think it’s fair to say that – I think that’s a fair characterization. I mean, but at the same time, look, I don’t think that the prime minister was surprised necessarily that we were raising these issues. We raise them on a regular basis with their government. So I think, at the same time, this is going to be an ongoing process. Our point is that it’s necessary for us to continue to raise these issues directly with countries like Cambodia at the same time that we also foster positive examples that offer a better path so that people can see the results that come with reform.
QUESTION : Did he make any promises, Hun Sen, or any sense of opening ?
MR. RHODED : No, look, he once – he expressed a desire for a close relationship with the United States in some areas. So in that respect, he’s interested in cooperation with the United States on economic issues and issues related to their debt, on issues related to regional cooperation. Again, our point is that a significant constraint on that type of cooperation is going to continue to be the political situation within the country unless there is progress on some of these other issues.
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