I finished bachelor of Archaeology from Royal University of Fine Arts in 2011. Now, I am working for a governmental body in charge of protection and management of Angkor.

Since 2013, I have started researching by focusing on cultural heritage in Cambodia, and also have publicly published some articles on Facebook @livingwithheritageproject which is co-admin with its founders @ShoheiToyonaga and @AnRaksmey. In 2016, I created this Blog due to its easiness for the reader.

The traditional practice of locals of Angkor, however, seem to be disappeared by different causes, as we can feel in different ways. A best thing to do now is documentation through cultural heritage development. Eventually it will benefit everyone who loves seeing Khmer culture.


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