Leaving Long Lasting Legacy: BTC and the UN’s Transcript

Leave Long Lasting Legacy Rotarians from District 7070 have been working for many years in partnership with Ronnie Yimsut, a Killing Fields survivor, to build a school. At age 15, Ronnie was the only person to survive a Killing Fields Massacre. Ronnie has created a vocational school, the Bakong Technical College, just outside of Siem […]

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Water is life for many

I grew up in rural Cambodia where, for many, water is either drawn from river, pond or a well, if you are well to do, and the toilet is in the bush. My family and I are the lucky ones. We have both well water and toilet (outhouse style). In Cambodia, we are either having […]

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School’s In and Classes Are Opening

Registration continues at BTC campus with students of all ages attending our classes being offered in Tourism and Business English, French, Japanese and Korean. We also offered several levels of Computer and IT related courses with 8g DSL Internet WIFI access throughout the campus. Steady as she goes! ” order_by=”sortorder” order_direction=”ASC” returns=”included” maximum_entity_count=”500″]

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Our Organic Fish Rearing Pond

Fish rearing pond is one component of our “self-sustaining” strategies. Several species of organically grown fish will be a steady source of food for BTC School of Culinary Arts and BTC Internet Café. Stay tuned!                

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BTC Recieves Toronto Rotary Club Grant

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It is with great honor and extreme pleasure to learn that Bakong Technical College is the recipient of the Toronto Rotary Club’s 2012 Centennial Celebration Grant! This super generous grant comes with $100,000 award, which shall greatly get BTC Project a huge step closer toward reality much sooner. On behalf of Bakong Technical College USA, […]

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