Homeless in Kampong Thom

Posted: March 12, 2009 in This & That
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A few minutes before midnight in the middle of Nation Road No.6 in front of Kampong Thom Market, Stung Sen Town. According to a nearby vendor, this poor homeless old man also suffers from mental disorder.

  1. Samphors~* says:

    Real sad.

  2. yasky says:

    Him? Sad? Well, that is Cambodian! Wow Kampongthom have street partition too?

  3. vuth says:

    The road partition seems to be the Vietnamization:D As i remember although the Monivong boulevard especially the cross road near Caltex YukunTho is very narrow, it’s still separated into 2 parts.

    Talking about the road decoration in Cambodia, it’s not unified. The part near Vietnam is decorated like the many roads in Vietnam while the northwest or other parts of the country look so different.

  4. tumnei says:

    What did you mean by “that is Cambodia,” yasky?

    The road partition is built only in the central part of provincial town, btw. In the case of Phnom Penh, though it maybe not the best idea, I think the road partition can reduce traffic congestion and make the traffic less chaotic. But the main problem is that pp just dun follow rules.

  5. Sopheak says:

    Homeless is usual in Cambodia and I am sure that our country has no policy to make them have a proper settlement. Thus, you must find the same case in every province in Cambodia.

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