The Power of Forgive

You are wise enough,

To know that all of us make mistakes

So you are strong enough,

To show your potential of  “Forgiveness”.


Forgiving might be harder than sitting the knife cut,

Those memories stuck in your brain night and day

But once, you forgive

Those will fade away.


People deserve your forgiveness

Even your forgiving isn’t forgetting

Heal your heart and move on

Define the meaning of your true suffering.


Do not fear to forgive people,

Take it easy, just one glance

Appreciate that you did forgive them,

Because you might not know if there’s another chance.

I am from…

“I Am From” Poem Template

Adapted by Levi Romero

Inspired by “Where I’m From” by George Ella Lyon


I am from a flour mill machine from  a selling table

I am from the sweet flour, productive work

I am from the emerald scallion

The vegetable and sauce whose long gone limbs I remember as if they were my own.

I’m from kind-hearted and a long road full of advices from parents and grandparents

I’m from Compact Discs and microphone and from television.

I’m from Keep Moving! and Don’t Compare yourself to Others! and Five Senses Khmer Song

I’m from protective mosquito net and helmet

I’m from Battambang and rural area and eggs and variety of Khmer soup

From an educated person who survived at Khmer Rouge regime, mouth zipped and has to do whatever they told. He has to be adaptive. He had passed an obstacle course from black zombies. The bird was released in January 1979.  

I’m from his freedom which is part of who I am today. He meets his belove and created me. I’m from every single sweat and blood and those becoming my hero in my heart forever that can never be dissolved in memory.

I’m from Chhem and Phorn family tree.


By Dyna  Chhem

Date Jan/15/2019


នៅក្នុងថ្នាក់ខ្មែរ លោកគ្រូរបស់ខ្ញុំបានបង្រៀនអំពីប្រវត្តិសាស្រ្តហើយពួកខ្ញុំបានធ្វើការស្រាវជ្រាវអំពីខេត្ត និងកន្លែងផ្សេងៗដែលបានបាត់បង់នៅប្រទេសថៃ និងវៀតណាម ។ ក្រុមរបស់ខ្ញុំបានធ្វើការស្រាវជ្រាវទៅលើខេត្តវៀតណាមហើយខ្ញុំនឹងដាក់ព័ណ៌មាននៅខាងក្រោម។

ខេត្តទាំង២១របស់កម្ពុជាដែលបានបាត់បង់ទៅប្រទេសវៀតណាមគឺ :

  1. ខេត្ត​កោះគង (ដំបូក​កោង) 
  2. ខេត្ត​ក្រមួន​ស (រាជា) 
  3. ខេត្ត​កំពង់​ឫស្សី
  4. ខេត្ត​ឈ្មោះ​ថ្មី (កំពង់គោ) 
  5. ខេត្ត​ឃ្លាំង (បាសាក់)
  6. ខេត្ត​ចង្វា​ត្រពាំង (កំពប់​ស្រការ​ត្រី) 
  7. ខេត្ត​ទឹកខ្មៅ 
  8. ខេត្ត​ទួល​តាមោក (ឈើ​ទាល​មួយ) 
  9. ខេត្ត​ផ្សារដែក 
  10. ខេត្ត​ពលលាវ (ពោធិលើ) 
  11. ខេត្ត​ពាម
  12. ខេត្ត​ពាម​បារ៉ាជ្ញ
  13. ខេត្ត​ព្រែក​ឫស្សី 
  14. ខេត្ត​ព្រៃនរគរ 
  15. ខេត្ត​ព្រះ​ត្រពាំង 
  16. ខេត្ត​ព្រះ​បារៀ (ព្រះ​សួគ៌) 
  17. ខេត្ត​មាត់​ជ្រូក 
  18. ខេត្ត​មេ ស 
  19. ខេត្ត​រោង​ដំរី
  20. ខេត្ត​លង់ហោរ 
  21. ខេត្ត​អូរកាប់


​ប្រាសាទប្រាំល្វែង ឬ​ប្រាសាទ​មណ្ឌប ភាសា​វៀតណាម​ ហៅ​តំបន់​ ដែល​ជាទី​តាំង នៃ​ប្រាសាទ​នេះ​ថា ថាប​មឿ​យ

ប្រសិនបើអ្នកអានគ្រប់រូបមានការចាប់អារម្មណ៍ទៅលើព័ណ៌មានទាំងនេះ ហើយចង់អានបន្ថែមទៀតសូមចូលក្នុងLinkនេះ:​

How To Happily Forgive When Someone Who Hurts You?

People experienced different sufferings. However, those suffering might not be forgotten. But I believe everyone on earth born with a power. The power of “forgiveness”.

Please do forgive, regardless of as if they deserve your forgiveness or not. However, you come to the right place! Reading these following steps will let you know how would you happily forgive someone who hurts you:


Step 1: Calm Down and Smile

When someone hurts you immediately, your feeling is burning and rising up at that moment. Remember that it doesn’t benefit you, so all you have to do is take a deep breath and happily smile. Did you know that scientists prove that a smile make people feel better? With a simplest smile on your face, bring your day amusement and sunshine.


Step 2: Release Those Stress Thoughts and Think of Your Happiness

When you smile and take a breathe, you’re releasing those stress and while you’re trying to calm, think about something that makes you happy. When you start to think about those positivities, your brain will contain all those sweetness instead of pressure. Accept the truth and that’s what make your life strong and beautiful.


Step 3: Think About What Would Be Better If You Forgive Instead of Holding Those Stress

Next, you have to wisely understand the advantages of forgive and the disadvantages of not forgiving. Remember that when you forgive, you ignore those problems and you got less anxiety. If you don’t forgive, those connection won’t grow and these problems always keep going.


Step 4: Just Let Those Go

Here’s the tough challenge: Just Let Things Go. But, don’t worry! You have to let those go and started something that is important to you. Stop blaming anyone, stop blaming the past and appreciate the present. Letting those go also express your responsibility, be thankful for it.


Step 5: Move On And Spread Love

Last but not least, move on and spread love. Spread love is a spiritual growth that everyone should have. After you follow the steps above, you finally forgive someone! Congratulations! Here’s the last extra step. Spread love. A two simplest word which connect the communication better. You already ignore those pain, so start to be kind and do good to them even though you don’t trust them. Do not revenge on what they’re doing. Like a quote says “Weak people revenge. Strong people forgive. Intelligent people ignore”.


I want to let the world remember to always remember that no one never makes mistake, so you’re strong enough to FORGIVE.


Making a Turtle Race From Coding?

As time passed by, the lesson of python code is getting deeper. Even though coding challenges me more than others, that’s my learning process. In this round, everything is new to me which I learned a lot from this!

Some people might familiar with Python already, but I’m completely new to it. However, Brian Tracy once said “Learn something new. Try something different. Convince yourself that you have no limits” which push me harder to the next level of who I am.

My coding facilitator has assigned all of the students to choose a coding project amongst the five projects and try to make it work. To complete each project, there’s a website called “CodeClub Project” which give us a very descriptive instructions and help us making this project accomplished. 

The five projects have fascinated me and thousand of curiosities popped in my head. I always wonder how would this happen? It seems impossible to me at first, however hard-working had proved to me that it’s possible!

The five projects are Turtle Race, Secret Messages, Colorful Creations, RPG and Where is the Space Station? I chose the turtle race project which I’m trying to make the 5 turtles race and see which turtle wins! 

Clicked the link to see my turtle race project:

Acid & Base

Acid is an ionic compound that produces positive hydrogen ions (H+) when dissolved in water. Acids have many important uses, especially in industry. For example, sulfuric acid is used to manufacture a variety of different products, including paper, paint, and detergent. In addition, acid taste sour. Warning: do not try to taste anything to know whether it’s acid or not because if the food has the acid of 0, it might bring you some harmful consequences.

A base is an ionic compound that produces negative hydroxide ions (OH-) when dissolved in water. On the other hand, a base is an ionic compound that tastes bitter and sometimes slippery. A common product that contains base is bleach. Base is slippery, bitter. Soap is also in a base. Soap, concrete and Deo are all base.

Does Having Uneducated Parents Affects My Life As Well As Others ?

Having an uneducated mother or father might give some children’s struggle. It also gives a hard time for children to learn more by themselves due to the facts that their parents couldn’t help them with homework or school work. It happens to me as well. My mom was raised in a poor family that my grandparents couldn’t afford the education that she had to finish studying at 1st grade. Will this affect my education as well?

Education is the most powerful weapon, therefore it obviously brings a few disadvantages of having one of the uneducated parents. The first struggling with this problem is helping with homework. When I came back from school and did my homework, there were some exercises that I couldn’t solve. There was no one that I could ask for help except my mom because my dad was at work. She tried her best to help me with my homework. She couldn’t help me since she didn’t get through all of these lessons. That’s why it gave me a hard time by learning everything by myself. But remember that the fact that she did not go to school does not mean she would not want her children to.

Interestingly, education also affects my family’s income. Again, some family might actually relate to this story as well. Learningenglish.voanews mentioned that “A young person from the highest income background is 77 percent more likely to attend one of these schools than someone from the lowest income background.” It proves that education is very powerful. Until one day our family almost starving by had no rice. However, their sweats were dropping while they don’t want me to face this situation in the future. I really appreciate and couldn’t think of anything that I could do for them back. That’s why it brings you to an English proverb called “Work smarter not harder.”

There’s always a solution to a problem and that’s the way we work smarter not harder. Regardless of gaining income from education, there’s also another way that my parents could work. People are born with unique talents and the lesson that I learned from my mother is that instead of reluctant and give up by having no education, she uses her talents instead.

Struggling by not entering school is a major problem, however believing that there’s always a solution to a problem is the right thought. Even though my mom didn’t get the right to education, she chooses the right way where she could fulfill her dream and her daughters’ life. I hope that the reader will understanding this struggling as well as thinking about this critically.

Percentage is not just existed by itself…

Percentage is not just existed by itself, it’s existed with a purpose, a purpose of helping people with their remembering, understanding and their comparison. 

Percentage is a number with the symbol of %. It expressed as a fraction of 100. In this class, we also learn how to convert the fraction into the percentage. 

Here’s the strategies that convert a fraction to percentage:

numerator / denominator * 100 


As you can see the example above, if you take 16*100/100, it’ll be 16 as a result. 

Here’s another example: 

What’s the percentage of 2/3?


If you take 2/5*100, you’ll see 40%. One thing that you can do is that you can also do the multiplication first and division after that. For example 2*100/5, it’ll be the same answer. 

Besides percentage, we also learn several rules/strategies about geometry. These strategies help me solving the problem more efficiently and let’s see if they help you as well:


Photo from Google

This means angle 1 & 3 are equal and angle 2 & 4 are equal.


Photo from Google


Did you learn at least one things from these strategies? I hope so! Personally, I think sometimes we have to find the pattern of doing something, so that it helps more with the future works. Like a quote say, “Work Smarter Not Harder”. 

Python Code

Some people might think that coding is not as important, but guess what? Coding is very important as it benefits our thinking skills. There are a lot of different type of coding, however, we only learn about python. Here’s are some  of the Python’s terms:


There are more to learn about Python. “There’s no limitation of learning.”


Converting Decimal into Fractions

To make it easy, all you have to do is take the numinator divided by denominator. If it’s go forever, you can stop whenever they wants you to stop.