Name: ខៀង /James. What I like: Half Asians specifically Sen Mitsuji and Sean Caskey from Last Dinosaurs, sexual post, Cambodian things, Japanese things, beef, traveling, your hot sibling.
What can you expect from my blog: Naked people, Asian stuff, my ranting, my whining about the people I really like, how to be a stalker, selfies, nearly naked selfies, hair-related posts
Frequently asked questions: Yes, I am bisexual for all those idiots asking. I'm from Melbourne and I am Chinese-Cambodian. I am not Korean or Japanese but thanks! I act like I am hornier on here than IRL.
Reading these stories of refugees just right after my great aunt died. I just want to roam around in the dirt lands and see my family in their rice milling factory, while I hold my little cousin who would be attempting to slap me in the face and laugh at my horrible Cambodian. My family, you came so far to find peace. Tell me that you have found it now. I beg of it. I want our hearts to be healed already.
Basically I want to start a little project for Chhaul Chnam Thmey whereby we interview Cambodian Australians whether they were born or moved here asking them “What they love about Cambodia”.
The point of this is to focus on the positivity of our heritage. Too much do we hear just the bad side of it, and as a nation still mourning from such a history we need time to heal. But to heal, we need to take action.
Essentially I want to film a video compiling all these stories both in Khmer and English backed with some old Khmer tunes. I want funny stories, sad stories, encouraging stories, all stories. We have been hurting for so long, but while we should never forget we have a right to be happy.
As a child who did not see the warfare, it is my responsibility that I show I care about our country. That I am willing to create change, a change for the better. I hope some of you guys hear me out and can help me on this.
I love that so many Cambodian Americans are so in touch with who they are as Cambodians. I find many Cambodian Australians fail to speak much of the language and fail even more with what such am identity means to them. Of course this is a complete generalization but I find many Cambodian Americans are empowered by their very nature to assist those back in Cambodia, grouping together as their own minority group as well as inspire a cultural revival.
I feel so lucky yet all the same to know that this drives me. That it is something I want to share.
I want to teach about the mistakes we Cambodians have made to prevent further tragedies, I also believe that I want to show aspects of our ancient culture such as a romvong or our cuisine. I want to teach the language and understand the concepts behind Theravada Buddhism, most of all I want to sit with fellow Khmers in peace and know we all look each other in the same way.