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My name is Rath

I have been a Khmer teacher for over 10 years and I have been teaching at Khmer Friends since it opened. I have a husband and a son.

My son is twelve years old. I enjoy teaching foreigners and learning from their cultural experiences.

I am very proud of my own culture and I love eating spicy food!


My name is Kunthea

I have been a Khmer teacher  for over 10 years and I have been teaching at Khmer Friends since it opened.

I want to continue teaching in KF for a long time. I’m not married yet: I like to  have freedom, I love my job, and I like to hang out with my students, friends and family in my holidays.


My name is KoK SreyLux

My name is KoK SreyLux. I have been a teacher at Khmer Friends since I graduated from high school. I love this job because it gives me experience teaching Khmer and at the same time, reminds me about my own Language being a teacher to foreigners has helped me improve my English a lot. I enjoy sharing our different cultures with each other!

My name is Prak SuKim

Teaching has been my passion since I was young. It’s a joy for me to work at Khmer Friends school and it is also my pleasure to help and share my own language with students. Even though I’ve been teaching Khmer for only a few months, I have learned lots of valuable lessons already.  It’s wonderful to learn about all the different cultures of my students.

My name is Pol Sopheaktra

I’m very pleased that foreigners want to learn and to know about Khmer language.  I’m very happy to share my knowledge of my language and culture with them, and to learn about their cultures as well.

My name is Korn Chantrea

I have been teaching at Khmer Friends since my first year in university. I love teaching Khmer. It gives me new experiences teaching, provides me with a wealth of knowledge, and pushes me to continue developing. Teaching foreigners and sharing our culture with them is truly enjoyable for me.

My name is Srim Las

My name is Srim Las and I come from Siem Reap province.  I am married and have one son.  I love teaching at Khmer Friends because it gives me new experiences and I also have the chance to speak English sometimes, which helps me remember and improve my own language skills. It’s wonderful to learn about the different cultures our students bring from many different countries, and it makes me happy to share my knowledge with them.