My homeland and my background!
Most people are living in Phnom Penh, but their homelands aren’t here. Most of them are from different provinces and nowadays there are twenty- five provinces in Cambodia, too. For me, my name’s Nesit Komsot and I’m from Kampong Cham province, one of the provinces in Cambodia, where is about 124 kilometers far away from Phnom Penh, the capital of Cambodia, too. I have three brothers, and I’m the eldest son in my family. My parents live there. I’ve left my homeland since 2009, and I’ve also been living in Phnom Penh for a long time, too. I’ve come here to go on my study at university, and my major is English literature. I also graduated my bachelor in 2013. I’ve been working as an English teacher both full-time and part-time for over eight years. I’m very pleased to do this job because I can help my society to improve the human resource in developing my country. Especially, I really don’t want them to follow my bad past ways by not being able to make conversation or speak with foreigners even though I’ve spent learning it for a long time, over ten years. Before my homeland has sixteen districts, so it’s also the biggest province in Cambodia. Now this province is cut into two provinces, Kampong Cham and Tbong Khmom. There is the Mekong River along the province. The landscape is really beautiful, and there are a lot of a lot of resorts where most international and national visitors like going to reduce their stress with their family and relatives or friends for their vacation. We can take a photo beautifully with those landscapes. Furthermore, there are a lot of markets where you can buy your demands fast and easily, too. In rainy season, most people like going fishing or swimming in the river for their hobby. In the evening, people like doing their exercise along the riverside to make their health good with absorbing the fresh air. There are also enough primary schools and high schools near students’ house, so they can go to learn fast and easily. Moreover, when the students finish grade twelve, they don’t need to go to Phnom Penh to go on their learning because there are some universities in my homeland now. In my homeland, some people make a business such as selling grocer, vegetable, fruit, pork or chicken rice, Chinese noodle and coffee…etc and some work in company, bank, or factory…etc . Most of them are also very friendly. In conclusion, my homeland is one of the best interesting places for tourists and it’s also a safe place.