Jul 17, 2022
In Medical Forum
For Cambodian families, it is the distance they travel in order to nurture the next generation to become citizens of the world. Notes: A Japanese friend who was engaged in international aid in Cambodia in the late 1990s observed that the now 80-year-old generation has received a good French education. From 1997 to 2000, when he rode a motorcycle through the rugged and muddy fields, and arrived in a remote village where foreigners rarely visited, Tanabe's 60-year-old mother-in-law actually spoke to him in French! ! It's amazing, time and space misplaced! But the next generation, because the Khmer Rouge became the lost generation of education, but this group of people is the main driving force behind the reconstruction of the state system after the war and the raising of the baby boomers. Under the re-established land registration system under the Land Image Manipulation Service Law of 2001, residents who have lived on state-owned land for more than five years can obtain land ownership, but V's mother never obtained the certificate. Following the death of V's father, the residence was repossessed as no one in the family was employed by the rubber plantation company. The company gave the mother a resettlement allowance of US$600 and allocated a piece of land located in the wilderness of 10m*20m. But because it was so remote, the V family never settled there. References: Joel Brinkley, Jay Mather, 2014, "Cambodia: The Cursed Nation", Taipei: Lian Jing Publishing. Caroline Hughes and Kheang Un (2011). Cambodia's Economic Transformation. Denmark: NIAS Press Knowing English is not enough! What are the "international talent characteristics" that make companies stand out? (foresight) Further reading: Taiwanese mothers in Cambodia: In the shadow of fear and discrimination of COVID-19, pray for sunshine together From national architecture to the Khmer Rouge: Art as social action in 5 Cambodian documentaries Responsible editor: Du Jinxuan Reviewing editor.