Selected Off-the-Cuff Speech at the Inauguration of a Buddhist Temple and Achievements in Preah Indra Samakithor, and Showering in Bestowment of “Samdech” Titles for Two Deputy Directors of the Dhammayuttika Nikaya​​ [Unofficial Translation]

Samdech Maha Sangharaja (Supreme Patriarch) Teb Vong of Maha Nikaya and Samdech Maha Sangharaja Buor Kri of Dhammayuttika Nikaya of the Kingdom of Cambodia. Respected Samdech and venerable Buddhist monks, and dear compatriots. Carrying Out Event before Campaign Is Due […] (Along with the fact that I prefer to carry out Buddhist event on waxing…

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Selected Impromptu Comments at the Graduation and Diploma Presenting Ceremony of the Royal University of Phnom Penh [Unofficial Translation]

Microfinance Loans for Education Yesterday, in this mutual recognition of tourism guides among countries in ASEAN, I brought up this issue about loans from banks and/or microfinance for students who wish to continue their studies but do not have the financial resource ability. I think it is now time to urge banks and/or microfinance to…

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Selected Off-the-Cuff Speech at the “Accreditation Ceremony of Science and Honorary Titles of the Royal Academy of Cambodia” [Unofficial Translation]

Today, on behalf of the Royal Government and myself, it’s my great pleasure to attend this Accreditation Ceremony of Science and Honorary Titles of the Royal Academy of Cambodia, provided to 8 dignitaries and academicians at this moment. In this wonderful opportunity, I would like congratulate and announce the titles of the 8 dignitaries and…

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Selected Impromptu Speech at the Graduation and Diploma Presenting Ceremony of the Royal University of Law and Economics (RULE) [Unofficial Translation]

State Universities Still Attracts Students’ Interests I wish to take this opportune moment to sincerely appreciate the Ministry of Education, Youths, and Sports regarding its efforts to manage tertiary education, especially those belong to the state, to attract interests and to keep going in a sustainable way, and ensuring quality of education. Though every state…

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Selected Off-the-Cuff Speech at the Graduation and Diploma Presenting Ceremony of the Human Resource University [Unofficial Translation]

Going On with Vocational Training […] it is my fifteenth presence for the graduation and diploma presenting ceremony of the Human Resource University, which started initially as a non-government organization. Based on the report of Dr. Ek Monosen pointing on progress of vocational training, I wish to reiterate my call for the university to go…

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Selected Impromptu Speech at the Graduation and Diploma Presenting Ceremony of the National University of Management (NUM) [Unofficial Translation]

Human Resource to Guarantee 2030-Higher-Middle Income and 2050 High-Income We have been making stringent efforts to realize our country become one of the higher-middle income country by 2030. We shall not be trapped in the lower-middle income country cycle. To be able to generate higher income of our people and raise our country’s status to…

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Selected off-the-Cuff Speech at the Graduation and Diploma Presenting Ceremony of the Asia-Europe University [Unofficial Translation]

Studying Jobs Market and Orienting Training […] We must make further efforts to attract investments to serve human resource training and development to serve requirement of human resource in investments. Take for instance, we are now stepping into this stage of mineral exploration and exploitation, and first of all relating to oil. How many engineers…

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Selected Off-the-Cuff Speech at the Graduation of Education Inspectors, Bachelor of Educational Management, Basic Level French-Khmer Language Teachers [Unofficial Translation]

No Country Destroyed to Its Root as Cambodia … Yesterday I attended the annual conference of the Ministry of Education, Youth, and Sports to review what have been done and achieved in 2016-17, and what need to be pursued and fulfilled for 2017-2018. It is a good exercise to pinpoint a vision for further reforms.…

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