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Posted by seryboth on December 27, 2013

Most of the time we always hear about the complaints of many clients who have their technical documents translated by the translating agencies related to the fields of practical science, including pharmaceutical/ medical, constructional, automotive, legal, banking/financing, agriculture sectors, etc. They complain the translation agencies that cannot provide them with accurate and specific products of translation as they expected. This is because they do not come to the right agency, which can provide them with specific and accurate product of translation. Furthermore, large numbers of people are complaining about difficulties in seeking for translating and interpreting agencies to enable their effective and efficient communication with people using different languages.

Having seen such an aspect, Khmer World 1 Translation is established with its main purpose to substantially minimize barriers in cross-language communication where translation and interpreting are indispensably required.

Since inception, we often meet clients who bring us their translated documents done by other agencies for the purpose of editing, retranslating, proofreading or verifying.

Khmer World 1 Translation is a translating and interpreting agency in Cambodia which has been trusted by both national and international entities and clients. We do not work individually, but we work as a team with members from various specific specialties and sectors. All of our team members are full of experience and capacity in this field.

The core task of Khmer World 1 Translation is to offer the most competitive prices, the best quality target products and timely delivery of translated documents to clients.


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What Does Songkran Mean?

Posted by seryboth on April 21, 2011

About Songkran Mean For Khmer New Year

Songkran means that the day ended of a year and beginning of a new year—new year ceremony; it is the originally Khmer word about new year and an almanac. Mouha Songkran is a book published every year which contains information about the moments of the planets, the changes of the moon, the tides, the date of important anniversaries, events connected with a particular subject or activity, facts and statistics about that activity.


The New Year ceremonies takes three to four days, if a year takes four days, then the second and third day of the four-days New Year we call Vonabot. The last day is called Laeung Sak, the day to increment Sak.

Day 1 is Songkran

People prepare items and food as offerings to the New Year angel. Food is selected especially to match the New Year angel’s taste, her favorite food, her jewelry, the animals she ride and the weapons she carries which are written by Hora(celebrants).

at hour of Songkran or when the angel arrives, family members burn the incenses and candles, they spray perfumes to welcome the angel and wish for longevity, peace, and wealth.

People bring food offering to the temple in the morning and then listen to monk chanting. In the afternoon, they take sand to build sand hill next to the temple or Bodhi tree. In the evening, people offer drinks to monks and invite monks to chant.

Day 2 and 3 is Vonabot

Son and daughters give clothes, money, and food to their parents or grandparents. They also give donation to the less fortunate people. In the afternoon, they participate in the building of sand hill ceremony by praying in front of the sand hill. Then follow by the monks’ praying for the families and friends who passed away offering them the path to sanctity known as Bangskole.

Day 3 or 4 Laeng Sak (Vireak Laeng Sak)

In the morning, they invite the monks to complete the building of sand hill ceremony. In the afternoon, they take part in the bathing ceremony by giving bath to parent by showering them with water and clean their feet. In addition, they participate in the bathing the Buddha statue ceremony by pouring water with perfume over the Buddha statue. Then they pray for prosperity.

The significant of giving bath in the New Year is to get good deeds. They believe that giving bath to parents and teachers or monks resulted in the greatest good deeds. In addition, the fruit of good deeds from bathing the Buddha statue ceremony will result in many blessings in the next life. These blessings include having great beauty, wisdom, bravery, health and wonderful children.

In the belief of good deeds, Cambodians free the birds, fishes, turtle, chicken and rabbit, and etc. These animals and birds will bring them longevity, happiness and good health.

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Khmer Idea – On Valentine Day

Posted by seryboth on February 13, 2011

Khmer Idea – On Valentine Day
What do you think about Valentine day in Cambodia.?

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Khmer Language – ភាសាខ្មែរ

Posted by seryboth on January 13, 2011

Khmer (ភាសាខ្មែរ), or Cambodian, is the language of the Khmer people and the official language of Cambodia. It is the second most widely spoken Austroasiatic language (after Vietnamese), with speakers in the tens of millions. Khmer has been considerably influenced by Sanskrit and Pali, especially in the royal and religious registers, through the vehicles of Hinduism and Buddhism. It is also the earliest recorded and earliest written language of the Mon-Khmer family, predating Mon and by a significant margin Vietnamese. As a result of geographic proximity, the Khmer language has influenced, and also been influenced by; Thai, Lao, Vietnamese and Cham many of which all form a pseudo-sprachbund in peninsular Southeast Asia, since most contain high levels of Sanskrit and Pali influences.

Khmer has its own script, an abugida known in Khmer as Aksar Khmer. Khmer differs from neighboring languages such as Thai, Lao and Vietnamese in that it is not a tonal language.

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Posted by seryboth on January 13, 2011

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