Who am I ?

Posted September 9, 2009 from Cambodia

Today in Social Science Class all the students were asking the same question, "Who am I?" I could not answer it right away. Why? What is wrong with the question?

Nothing is wrong, but I just never answer this question before. Actuaclly, I used to ask myself; I don't really give answer or pay much attention to it. In class I have to write withing 20 sentences defining myself. If you were me, what would you answer?

Here, below is my respone to the questions. You might find it funny, crazy, or even weird. I don't mind how do you see myself. How do I see myself is the big deal.

  1. My name is Duth Kimsru.
  2. I have three members in my family, father, mother, and little Kimsru.
  3. Although I am thin, I eat a lot.
  4. I want to become a little fat and healthy.
  5. I'm a student at the AUW.
  6. I always hope that in the future I could find a good job and employ many people around the world.
  7. I do not know how to dance, but I love to see good dancers roamping around a party.
  8. I want to be happy all the time.
  9. I am very friendly and people always have fun to roam around me.
  10. I love my grandmother more than my mother, but both of them are very important in my life.
  11. I would do physical exercise only I feel that my blood pressure is low.
  12. I love to join mascle club, it is fun and I can regularly train myself.
  13. Challenges always make my life difficult, but I love to challenge new things.
  14. What I want from the world is being friendly to me whenever I walk out of my house.
  15. Friends are always cause me problems.
  16. Friends is a part of my life, I need them to share happiness and sorrow.
  17. I love to finish my undergraduation soon.
  18. Home is the place that I feel safe to leave and come.
  19. Neighbors are the defenders of our family. Be nice to your neighbors.
  20. I always sacrify what I have.
  21. I am a successful person.

It is very hard to say the true things about myself because I don't feel comfortable when someone read it that think about it in the way they usually are. However, fear never stop me from doing things that I want. I can master of fear and you also can if you are willing to. Best of luck my dear friends!

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Sep 10, 2009
Sep 10, 2009

dear duth.kimsru,

Suisdei! Sok sabay?

Warmest Welcome to PulseWire! We are so happy that you have joined our online community! I am especially happy that you have joined, as you are from Cambodia! I love love love Cambodia! I worked in Phnom Penh last year, doing teaching, med-aid work, and non-profit work(NGO). I loved the people and the country so very much. Cambodia is my favorite country on earth. I miss Cambodia so much! My heart is there. Where do you live? You write very well in English, what do you study in university? When you have time, I encourage you to join the group on PulseWire called " The Cambodia Cafe", the link is: http://www.worldpulse.com/pulsewire/groups/8410 Well, I am so glad you are on PulseWire. Khyom sabay nah nah. I look forward to writing and connecting with you!

puak mek, (friend) Jody

Sep 19, 2009
Sep 19, 2009

Dear Jody,

Suisdei! Khnom sok sabay te! Reak rey del ban le somlang Khmer on the internet. Thank you very much that you love my country and thank you for what you have done for us as the whole community.

Now I live in Bangladesh, home away from home, thouogh I still my home. I learn liberal arts at AUW. I will join, but I'm not at writing. I just write what come to mind. Actually in class I never get good mark in writing. Anyway, I love writing.

Or Kun hoy puak Mek,


Jade Frank
Sep 17, 2009
Sep 17, 2009

It is great to see you here on PulseWire... it has been some time since we have heard your voice and we're glad to see you back! Thank you for sharing these things about yourself. I also am a bit shy when it comes to talking about myself and sharing my voice, especially in such a large community of people that I don't really know. But I have found that PulseWire is a community where sharing is easy, because women here are open-minded, supported and willing to listen. It sounds like you are a successful student who works hard. I wish you the best of luck in your studies! I would love to hear more about your life in Cambodia and what brought you to AUW. We are so lucky to have such smart and courageous women from this university here on PulseWire.

Warm regards, Jade

Sep 19, 2009
Sep 19, 2009

Dear Jade,

I'm very happy that each of you give me a warm welcome. I love to speak up in PulseWire, but sometimes I have nothing new to say. So I just read what all of you have written. I love to real those articles very much. Another reason that I didn't speak up for a while because I had one and a half month holiday to go home. And at home I don't have access to internet. Instead raising my vioce in WorldPulse, I took the chance to spend with my family.

Thanks for your kindness and enouragement. I will spend more time talking and talking in PulseWire!

Best Wish, Kimsru