Wednesday, November 24, 2010

Condolences from KEA Inc.

7863 Broadway, Lemon Grove, California 91945, United States of America (USA)
Tel: (619) 840-6651- Fax: (619) 583-5813 - email:

On behalf of the KHMER ENTERTAINMENT OF AMERICA, Inc. and families of all officers, I am saddened for the loss of hundreds of lives at Koh Pich Bridge, during the last day of Water Festival, in Phnom Penh.

We would like to extend our profound condolences and best wishes for quick recovery to the families and friends of those lost or injured in the unfortunate stampede in Koh Pich.

Our thoughts and prayers are with the families and friends of the victims and with all Khmers inside the country and abroad.



អ្នកបដិវត្ត said...

ខ្ញុំមានការតក់ស្លុតខ្លាំងណាស់ ចំពោះឧប្បត្តិហេតុដែលកើតឡើងនេះ !
ខ្ញុំសូមចូលរួមកាន់មរណះទុក្ខ យ៉ាងក្រៀមក្រំជាទីបំផុត !
ឧប្បត្តិហេតុដែលកើតឡើងនេះ គឺជាកំហុសបច្ចេកទេសរបស់សមត្ថកិច្ចដែលទទួលខុសត្រូវផ្នែកចរាចរ ចេញចូលកោះពេជ ។ ព្រោះថា គេមិនត្រូវបណ្ដោយអោយមានអ្នកដំណើរ ធ្វើដំណើរមកកករាំងស្ទះរហូតដល់ថ្នាក់នេះឡើយ ។ ជាធម្មតា នៅកន្លែងដែលមាន
មនុស្សម្នាច្រើនកះករយ៉ាងនេះ សមត្ថកិច្ចត្រូវតែមានគិតគូរចាំបាច់ អំពីបច្ចេកទេសដោយមានសុវត្តិ ក្នុងការជម្លៀសមនុស្សចេញ ។ បើខ្ញុំស្មានមិនខុសទេ ពួកសមត្ថកិច្ចដែលធ្វើអន្ថរាគមនៅទីនោះ គឺសុទ្ធតែជាមនុស្សគ្មានបទពិសោទសោះឡើយ
ផ្ទុយទៅវិញ ដោយសារការធ្វើអន្ថរាគមយ៉ាងងងិតងងល់នេះហើយ បានបណ្ដាលអោយ មានការការកករាំងស្ទះនៅលើស្ពាននោះកាន់តែ ខ្លាំងឡើងៗ ។​​

Anonymous said...


I 100% support your judgement.

The incidents may be happened more than two place at the same times. Polices and Military Polices as well as soldiers, marines must be ready to cope with at any places, any corners,at any rivers, especially at the big concert at the Koh Pich.

Patrol boats must be every where and ready to take action if being called. Helicopters should be ready, too.

Security forces must be well trained.

More than two million people came to Phnom Penh for their big days of the year. Security must be ready to cope with all kind of unexpectable incidents. If you look at the video recorded on the bridge, there were no security on the scene yet. There was a mess and chaos at the scene.

More to say...............

Kulen Monorom said...

Your Majesty Samdech Ta former King Norodom Sihanouk,

Prime Minister Samdech Hun Sen,

Thank you for your both kindness and understanding.
What we need is prevention methods, not to let this type of accident happen again in the future.

It also makes me very worried to see so much alcohol allowed to enter or be produced in our beloved Kingdom of Cambodia? What about “ YA BA “ and other types of DRUGS from Thailand and Vietnam?

Can His Majesty Samdech Ta and Samdech Hun Sen stop all sorts of drugs coming to Cambodia? The accident may not be related to drugs and alcohol but just some thing that I could not sleep peacefully from now on to the future, in the names sake of true Khmer citizen.

Can Samdech Hun Sen kindly ask all 5 million Vietnamese illegal immigrants to peacefully return to Vietnam, so Koh Pich will not be too crowded more and more every day, every month and every year to come.
All Vietnamese illegal immigrants can easily come in and settle inside Cambodia even though they already have their own country Vietnam.

When Cambodia is too crowded, definitely we Khmer people can not go to settle inside Vietnam, can we?
Please Vietnamese, you said you came to rescue us from Pol Pot, and you don’t want to return home, it is not right according to 23rd October 1991 Paris Peace Agreement, can all of you go back to your country now.

Vietnamese illegal immigrants, you see because 5 million of you are inside Cambodia, it makes us too crowded and we wasted our lives at Koh Pich without good reasons.

Your Vietnamese Communism expansionist mind in Cambodia, is to give an excuse to China mainland to occupy your Spratly Islands, Parcel Islands, the whole of your Eastern sea border and perhaps the Northern border sooner or later.

5 million Vietnamese illegal immigrants in Cambodia, please go back home to defend your country from Chinese mighty economic invasion.

May I pray to God and the Lord Jesus Christ that those who have lost loved one will be comforted.

My condolences to all the victim's family.


Kulen Monorom
(The rice farmer's son)