Amazing Connections from World Pulse Live 2011

Sarvina Kang
Posted October 9, 2011 from Cambodia
World Pulse Team With 3 Correspondents
World Pulse Team With 3 Correspondents
World Pulse Team With 3 Correspondents (1/1)

My journey is being begun with the World Pulse Tour across the nations of Oregon, Colorado, California, New York and Washington D.C. The first excited thing for me is to be able to visit World Pulse Office at Portland. It was full of joy together with everyone there, my heart was full of happiness and warm with World Pulse team and my friends while I was at Portland.

The first Speaking at Portland State University and Mercy Corps Action Center – Aceh Room made me so curious, nervous, excited and happy at the same time since it was my first time to speak in public in English Language. It is a challenge while I am staying at another country which I have never spoken that language so much. I spoke my story with the nervousness to speak out what I wanted to speak; especially I needed time to think what I want to say in English with the audiences since the English I have used in Cambodia is not so helpful while I am speaking to audiences at the United States. It was very difficult for me to communicate to people because I can’t show them what I really want to say, I imagined that the way of connecting is not easy if our English is not good.

Once before I joined Worldpulse, I have learned how to write but now I have learned how to speak. It is really an impact that I have gotten through the Worldpulse Live. World Pulse is a place to give me warm to speak out what I want to speak and a new world for my life to build my confident and capacity building in writing the articles. Actually because of the difficult communication, the most audiences didn’t come to me but I understood about that. I have never been discouraged at all; I just told myself I NEED to Try more and more to use English properly. It is a way to recover my life from a silent lady so what I want to say, I should. It is really hard in my heart when I cannot speak much as I want to speak like my mother tongue language so most of time I am always quite.

Beatrice and Martha are amazing women whom I have ever met. I have learned from them how to process the projects, how to build confident, how to connect people and many more which really great impact are for my future. The strong two women whose stories and visions are so determined made the audiences full of tear falling down every time they speak. Absolutely, I was also crying to hear Beatrice and Martha’s struggling stories. I realized that each woman always has story to tell the world and now we are here to share our experience and vision.

Through the World Pulse Live, we have made connection to many amazing women here. They are happy to land their help for us to succeed our visions, also a few of them are traveling to Cambodia next few weeks and they wish to see the organizations I am doing projects with – I feel I am honored and connected by World Pulse.

We are now at Denver, Colorado preparing for the speaking engagement at University of Denver – The Cable Center Theater. Wow…It is must most over excited and nervous for this lady. Go Go...always! By the way, we also have many more speaking in private places with the World Pulse Supporters.

World Pulse LIVE 2011

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YAOtieno
Oct 09, 2011
Oct 09, 2011

Ho Savrina,

Thanks for keeping us updated with the happenings on the tour. We appreciate your courage is speaking even when it is challenging. I can feel the excitement as I read your story

Keep writing!

Sarvina Kang
Oct 09, 2011
Oct 09, 2011

Hi Yaotieno,

Thanks so much for reading my post! I am so glad to get your comment. Go always, thanks again for your lovely words!

Love,

Sarvina

LilyBrook
Oct 09, 2011
Oct 09, 2011

It is so, so wonderful to read about your journey, and to experience World Pulse LIVE through your eyes. Thank you for sharing your words and memories with us, Sarvina! Your English is improving so much each day - I am amazed at how powerful your commitment is and how strong your voice can be. Keep shouting!

Sarvina Kang
Oct 09, 2011
Oct 09, 2011

Dear Lily (Lovely and Beautiful Woman),

Thanks for your sweet words to me! I am happy to write as much as I can. Yeah I am happy that I can speak it better than before. Yeah I will go always.....NEVER STOP!

Love,

Sarvina

Usha K.C.
Oct 09, 2011
Oct 09, 2011

Thank Sarvina for sharing you journey. I enjoyed to read. keep sharing.

Sarvina Kang
Oct 09, 2011
Oct 09, 2011

Thanks so much didi for always giving me a comment! I am very glad you have read it. I will keep everyone updated with the event by posting here.

Love,

Sarvina

Usha K.C.
Oct 09, 2011
Oct 09, 2011

I am always waiting to hear form you sweety!

:)

Sarvina Kang
Oct 09, 2011
Oct 09, 2011

I know that sister! You always support and encourage me:)

Love,

Sarvina

Marian Hassan
Oct 10, 2011
Oct 10, 2011

I am so happy to hear your experiences and read your post. So happy for you my dearest one and the other two amazing sisters with you. I missed watching you all, my internet wasnt working but hope its been recorded and we can watch it later.

Cheers.

Sarvina Kang
Oct 11, 2011
Oct 11, 2011

Hi sweetie,

How are you? I have missed you. Thanks so much for reading it! No worry, I understand of the internet connection for our countries. I will share you later.

Sending you lots of Love,

Sarvina

ikirimat
Oct 10, 2011
Oct 10, 2011

It is only when you see that some one has done it that another person can get more courage and stamina to move ahead too. Thank you for your persistence and courage. You have made us proud. Thankyou once again

Sarvina Kang
Oct 11, 2011
Oct 11, 2011

Hi sister,

Thanks so much for your lovely comment! It means so much for me to get you sweet words. I will go always..Go Go!

Love,

Sarvina

Ellie
Oct 10, 2011
Oct 10, 2011

Sarvina, you are such an inspiration! You are so committed to improving your English to be able to tell your story ever more eloquently and this is apparent with every speaking you do. Keep on! It's a honor to share this journey with you!

With love, Ellie

Sarvina Kang
Oct 11, 2011
Oct 11, 2011

Thanks so much Ellie for your encouragement! It is such a great experience in my life to have a chance to come here to speak to many amazing people.

Love,

Sarvina

Hin Kunthea
Oct 11, 2011
Oct 11, 2011

I am really proud of you, I think your parents and our nation too. Cambodian young girl is really fantastic. I feel what exiting you are. Your writing is really good and will be your speaking too, I cheers you, Take care, stay healthy.

From Cambodia, Good luck

Kunthea

Sarvina Kang
Oct 11, 2011
Oct 11, 2011

Hi Kunthea,

Thanks so much for reading it! I am glad to hear your sweet words. I am also proud of you. Keep up your good work!!!! I have met a few Cambodian women here, they came to listen me. I am very excited to meet them.

Sending you lots of Love,

Sarvina

Jessie
Oct 11, 2011
Oct 11, 2011

Hi Sarvina,

I was lucky enough to be in the audience today at the University of Denver to hear your story of courage, strength and social change. Thank you so much for coming to the U.S. to share your most personal journeys. You are an incredibly inspirational woman and I will be reminded of you when I ask myself what I can do to better my own community and myself.

Thank you for all you do.

Jessie

Sarvina Kang
Oct 11, 2011
Oct 11, 2011

Hi Jessie,

Many thanks for your comment and taking time to listen our stories this morning! It means so much for me. I don't have any words to say beside THANKS TO YOU for coming! I have been so moved after reading your sweet words, it is such a strong tool to encourage me GO GO...

Love,

Sarvina

stella butler
Oct 14, 2011
Oct 14, 2011

Hi Sarvina,

I have missed you..... Your time here flew by so fast. I have been quite busy these past 2 weeks for a neighbood meeting that as the current President was responsible for in leading. It went very well last night. I can now relax and enjoy my weekend. :)

People spoke out last night with passion and let me know that I was keeping them from speaking to the people they wanted to be heard from. Laughing Out Loud....ha, ha, ha..... The evening was full of lively discussions and emotions of anger and frustration expressed. It ended with laughter and applause. Now that's what I call a great evening.

I need to call you....just to say "Hi"

stella butler

JaniceW
Oct 20, 2011
Oct 20, 2011

I miss you already and found it so difficult to say goodbye to you.

This journey you have taken since we first met has been so incredible and you have displayed such courage, strength and beauty each step along the way. I know that your parents are so proud of you and of course, I cannot stop smiling when I think about all the opportunities that have opened up for you because of your great passion to help the Khmer people.

I know that so many young girls' lives will be better for the work that you do and the work you will continue to do. It is such a honour to know you and to call you my friend and sister. I wish you a safe journey back home and I can't wait to hear from you again. I send you a big hug with much love, Janice xx

Olanike
Oct 21, 2011
Oct 21, 2011

Your experiences are quite inspiring and life changing. I have learnt so much from the experiences you've shared and I know that it will go a long way to help me and my work. Stay courageous and keep speaking.

Hugs,

Olanike

snelsonwoman
Oct 24, 2011
Oct 24, 2011

Just remember, you are making a better day not only for yourself, but also for your friends and family. At your age and speaking out on what women stand for is awesome.Stay strong and keep speaking. With Love,

snelsonwoman
Oct 24, 2011
Oct 24, 2011

Just remember, you are making a better day not only for yourself, but also for your friends and family. At your age and speaking out on what women stand for is awesome.Stay strong and keep speaking. With Love,