Build a School for Cambodian Children

Posted: May 16, 2007 in SVA
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One Japanese beautician wants to raise fund through charity haircut in Japan to support a school building in Cambodia. His name is Sugawara Shiro. He and his wife have visited Cambodia this May to see educational situation in Cambodian in remote areas where the need of school buildings is high and urgent. Trapaing Knoung primary school located in Brasat Balang district, Kampong Thom province is one of the most tattered school I have ever visited. Constructed in 2004, the school has only one building whose walls and roof made from palm-leafs full of holes. You may wonder what will happen when rain comes. Of course, there will be no class. Mr. Sugawara also cut hairs for few students there. It is their first time to meet foreigners, their first time to read picture books, and their first time to have their hairs cut by a professional.


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