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Volume 10 Issue 89 Oct-Nov 2012

We are deeply saddened by the demise of His Majesty the King Father Norodom Sihanouk. On behalf of the Zaman community we wish to convey our deepest condolences to His Majesty The King, and all the Members of the Royal Family as well as the people of the Kingdom of Cambodia. With Deepest Sympathy


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High School Magazine Editor at Large: Gurkan Cil Editor in Chief: Muhammet Surucu Editors: Muhtor Adashev, Brian John Yule Zaman International School Magazine is dedicated to training young journalists. Published in Zaman International School. Copyright 2012 by the Zaman International School. All rights reserved. No part of this periodical may be reproduced in print or electronically without the consent of the Zaman International School. Mailing Address: No 2843, St 3, Sangkat Tonle Basak, Khan Chamkar Morn, Phnom Penh, Cambodia Tel: +855 (23) 21 40 40, Fax: +855 (23) 21 00 36, Mobile: +855 (12) 44 77 44 PO Box: 2508 E-mail: info@zamanisc.com Website: www.zamanisc.com

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Principal’s Message By Adem YILDIZ First of all, I would like to say welcome to the 2012 education year and I wish a successful year for all of our students, staff and parents. I would like to inform you of the changes in our administration team. Mr. Isa Gokturk YILMAZ finally returned to Turkey. He was a specially valued staff member and he served as a Vice Principal for a year in our school. Mr.Maksatbek ARYKCHIEV has replaced him and he will serve as Vice Principal, Discipline. Mr. Cihan KAZANCI has replaced Mr.Yakup AKTOPRAK and he will be Vice Principal and Accountant. I would like to express my best wishes to all the teachers who left us as well as those who joined Zaman International School this year. We, as teachers, have accepted education as an important philosophy in life. You, as parents, have entrusted your children to us for their education and well-being. As educators, our primary aim is to take responsibility for your children and provide the best education possible. Whilst we aim to fulfill this goal, it is pivotal that you, our parents, assist us by effectively communicating with teachers. We would like all parents to assist and support our school, our teachers and our administrators. You may do this via sharing your concerns and expressing your requests. I would like to take this opportunity to extend my warmest welcome to our new staff members. I wish each one a smooth adjustment into our family and may they each have many productive and happy years at our school. Once again, I feel exceptionally privileged and proud to be working with such a fine team of motivated and experienced teachers and administrators. I believe we will provide the educational success which our students and parents deserve. Finally, I would like to wish once again a successful year to the Zaman community; our honorable parents, devoted teachers, valued students and staff. I believe that open and honest communication is vital to ensure the success of our students. If I can ever be of assistance, please feel free to visit or email me at a.yildiz@zamanisc.com October-November 2012

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English Department English is an important part of life at Zaman. We have a mix of teachers here, all with different attributes to bring to the school, and all with the same vision of helping the students to achieve the desired results in English to take them further in life, on whichever paths they may choose. We are delighted to say that we introduced Cambridge IGCSE last year. University of Cambridge International Examinations is the world’s largest provider of international education programmes and qualifications for 5–19 year olds. If the students choose to take Cambridge IGCSE and then Cambridge A Level they will have a good chance of being accepted in Universities across the world including the UK, the USA, Australia and Singapore. Competition is very fierce and the world is changing so our students need to be equipped and ready to make the right choices. Cambridge IGCSE (International General Certificate of Secondary Education) is being offered widely: we have English as a Second Language and English as a First Language as well as the introduction of Drama. In English, we develop many skills from reading, writing, speaking and listening to enhancing student’s confidence, team building and leadership skills. We encourage students to think beyond what is in their books and take an interest in what is happening around the world. We want them to explore ideas and communicate them in English lessons. At the top of the school we also have a strong commitment to EAP (English for Academic Purposes), such as IELTS and TOEFL, to prepare students for Universities. As Cambodia continues developing, we need our students to be ready to grasp the opportunities ahead, and in order to do this, they need to have strong English language skills and to be capable communicators. At Zaman we help the students to achieve this. English Teachers: Mr. Muhtor Adashev Ms. Naima Nosirova Mr. Brian John Yule Mr. Yerlan Belgibayev Ms. Arman Tynybekova

Ms. Jemma Elizabet Green Mr. Gokhan Ramazan Coklu Ms. Sheela Naidu Mr. Umit Ormanaliev Ms. Nasyikat Ukubaeva Ms. Zarina Dustova Ms. Zeynep Figanioglu

Computer Department Hello everyone,

In the last twenty years, computer science has grown from a somewhat obscure academic discipline into one of the driving forces of technological advance. From antilock brakes to airbags, secondary oil recovery to weather prediction, advanced imaging technology to digital enhancement in the cinema, computation is changing the world in which we live. It’s hard to imagine the world without computers. Many routine activities today, both at home and in business are done by computers. Most offices, shops, factories and industries use computers. That is why all children need to be computer literate and Internet savvy. Our computer department’s improve our students’ valuable computer skills and to prepare them to be competitive in their future life by teaching them essential computer programs. Computer Teachers; Mr. Maksatbek Arykchiev, Mr. Yakup Aktoprak, Mr. Muhammet Surucu

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Biology Department Biology is the scientific study of living things. It includes investigations on tiny structures such as cells and on huge structures such as rainforests and oceans or even the whole Earth. Some biologists are even looking for signs of life in other parts of the solar system or on planets around other stars. Our knowledge of biology has developed from the observations, investigations and ideas of many people over a long period of time. Today this knowledge is increasing more rapidly as there are more biologists - people who study living things - than ever before. In the past, few people other than scientists were informed about the latest discoveries. Today, through newspapers, television and the internet, everyone can learn about the latest discoveries on a wide range of biological topics from curing illnesses and developing new food to ways of reducing environmental damage and conserving rare species. We as biology teachers want our students to become confident citizens in a technological world to take and develop an informed interest in scientific matters. We also want to stimulate their interest and care for the environment. Biology Teachers; Ms. Els Vandekerckhove, Mr. Mustafa AKPINAR, Ms. Nurhan Celik

Physics Department Physics is a unique experience for the students at ZIS. Our goal is to provide the student with an appreciation and understanding of the physical world. An important goal is to prepare students for college courses and careers that require an understanding of physics. These include the sciences, engineering, medicine, education, architecture, transportation, meteorology, and many other fields. There are a number of activities to help students learn physics. Students observe and watch lectures, demonstrations, or presentations; work through labs and activities; participate in group lab activities, and are encouraged to ask questions during physics courses. Here is the list of some activities that we have run so far; Mousetrap Car Race Water Rocket Challenge Water Rocket Car Race Physics Photo Contest Physics Poster Contest Electric Circuit Design Contest Physics T-Shirt Design Contest Physics Mug Design Contest In the 2012-2013 academic year we are planning to have more surprising activities‌ We have also had a field trip to a Meteorology station in the past and this year we plan to have similar educational trips again. Physics Teachers; Mr. Gurkan CIL, Ms. Serap CIL, Mr. Davut Aslan, Mr. Mustafa Ozgur

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Chemistry Department What is Chemistry? The traditional definition goes something like this: Chemistry is the study of the nature, properties, and composition of matter, and how these undergo changes. Why we need to study chemistry? Chemistry is an incredibly fascinating field of study. Because it is so fundamental to our world, chemistry plays a role in everyone’s lives and touches almost every aspect of our existence in some way. Chemistry is essential for meeting our basic needs of food, clothing, shelter, health, energy, and clean air, water, and soil. Chemical technologies enrich our quality of life in numerous ways by providing new solutions to problems in health, materials, and energy usage. Thus, studying chemistry is useful in preparing us for the real world. Chemistry Teachers; Ms. Yasemin Atasever, Ms. Serap Cil, Mr. Mustafa Dur

Math Department Dear students, First of all, I would like to extend my warm greetings to all of our Zaman High-School administrators, teachers, staff and students on behalf of ZIS Mathematics Department. I wish you all a fruitful, joyful and successful academic year. May this new academic year be better than all previous years in terms of academic, social and personal aspects. Secondly, I would like to welcome our new local and foreign mathematics teachers who have joined our school recently. I hope they will do their best to make a big contribution to Zaman International School. Here, once again, I would like to give some brief information about the mathematical activities which will be carried out throughout the new academic year, the evaluation system for mathematics and educational trips to other institutions. I believe this information will help you get prepared earlier for future events. I. Activities BINGO Competition Hit the Target Numbers Chess Tournament

Checkers Competition Game 24 Annual Puzzle Contest

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III. Educational Trips concerning mathematics We will be organizing a number of educational trips throughout the year for High-School students. More details will be posted as soon as they are confirmed. Mathematics Teachers; Mr. Abdulkasim Akhmedov Mr. Selmani Yazici Mr. Mehmet Esen Ms. Sumeyra Sen


Turkish Department Sevgili öğrenciler, Biz Türkçe zümresi öğretmenleri olarak amacımız, sizlerin Türkçeyi güzel bir şekilde öğrenmenizi sağlamaktır.Bu dili öğrenirken de sıkılmadan eğlenerek öğrenmenizi sağlamaya çalıştığımızı şarkılarla, bazı oyunlarla ders yaptığımızı siz de görüyorsunuzdur. Sizlerin de bildiği gibi milletleri birbirine bağlayan en iyi köprü dildir.Biz de Türkçe zümresi olarak elimizden geldiği kadar bunu yapıp aramızdaki dostluğa katkıda bulunmak istiyoruz. Herşey dostluk ve kardeşlik için. Türkçe hakkında kısa bir bilgi verecek olursak; Within an approximately 12 million square kilometer region starting from the North Polar Sea up to India, from inside the People’s Republic of China through to the end point of Europe, the most wide spread and useful language is the Turkish language, which forms the largest branch of the Altaic language family. Today the Turkish language is a world language spoken within a 12 million square kilometer area by 220 million people. Turkish Teachers; Mr. Mustafa Tatliyer, Mr. Oguz Coygun, Ms. Kadriye Yildiz, Ms. Zuhal Tatliyer, Ms. Vesile Dogan

PE Department Hi! I’m Cihan Kazanci, P.E. teacher of 7th, 8th, 10th & 11th grades. This year, the lessons will be both outdoors and indoors. There will be many in-school sport events, such as the football league, table tennis tournament and more. Moreover, ZIS is going to be a part of Cambodia International Schools Athletic Tournaments. ZIS teams will be challenging International Schools in Cambodia for the first time. The first season is the middle-school basketball tournament. The second season is the middle-school football tournament starting from November. The High-school football tournament will be in the 2nd term. For further information or any concerns, do not hesitate to e-mail me: c.kazanci@zamanisc.com PE Teacher; Mr. Cihan Kazanci

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By Soung Sothira Toch 12-E When you are a ending as one of the finalists in an inter ational competition like The Genius Oly piad, you really don’t know what to ex ect. You can either prepare and get ready to embark on a jour ey, a jour ey that will give you a whole new perspective of the world, or you can begin your jour ey with only your project in hand and do only a limited amount of research and preparation, because you are far more int ig ed by the fact that in a week’s time you are going to be in New York Cit : which was, needless to say, exactly what I did. The Genius Oly piad is more than just a competition; it is more like an assembly of young people, each eager to share their stories. If there is one thing that I lear ed, it is that you can still be the same no ma er where you come om. As I got to know and be iend other par icipants, I realized how much alike our lives are. We are all young, t ing to fig re out life, facing similar challenges. Not only did we have the chance to tell our stories, but we also had the chance to showcase our cult ral heritage, and so did many other par icipants om many different count ies. To be honest, I was rather skeptical about perfor ing a dance in ont of an audience, but if we hadn’t perfor ed that dance, I can’t even imagine how cont ite I would feel. Aſter all, we are not professionals, but we made sure we sent a message, “We are Cambodians and this is who we are”. All f n and excitement aside, on judging day ever one was in a antic mood, thus creating such an apprehensive at osphere. As Creative Writing finalists, Lida, Priyanith and I were judged in a separate room om the Science and Ar s projects. Although, you could sense tension and anxiet in the room, as the par icipants began to read their pieces, ever one was clinging on to ever word, appreciating ever detail. I can’t even begin to describe how good that feeling was, to have people not only hear the words you speak, but also understand and consider them as sig ificant. We all leſt the judging room knowing that we had t ied our best, giving it our best effor s. And I know it‘s a cliché to say so but hard work really does pay off. We were both complacent and proud that all of us ret r ed home with medals in our hands but medals or no medals we were already winners. When the Oly piad was over, Mrs. Ar an, our super isor and Lida had to ret r to Cambodia but for the four of us still in the US, we had a lot in store for us. We sig ed up for the Ter a Discover Trip, in which we got the chance to ex lore Washing on DC and New York Cit . And in my opinion, it was what I had ex ected and so much more. Washing on DC has a lot to offer, we were tor on deciding which places to visit because we only had a day. There we were, four girls om Cambodia, t o wearing Abraham-Lincoln hats just walking om one place to another, t ing to catch the sights of all the things there are to see. That’s a sight I couldn’t even imagine, much less be a par of, yet I got to ex erience it. Although we still hadn’t really got enough of DC, it was time to move on. Nor ally I would feel completely bereſt if I was told to leave Washing on DC aſter just one day but since New York Cit was the nex destination, I was more than obliged to leave. My definitions of New York Cit are derived om TV shows, movies and music and it usually is the cit that never sleeps, the big apple, the concrete jungle. However, about t o months ago, I was in a car and as I looked out the window, there it was! The Manha an skyline in bright daylight. It was a sur eal and over helming moment for me, to a point where I had to pinch myself. It was all there, ever hing I had seen on TV: the Empire State Building, Soho, 5th Avenue, Wall St eet, NYU, Columbia, Time Square, Broadway, Cent al Park, the Upper East Side, The Stat e of Liber , The Bronx, The Hudson River, The Brookly Bridge, and the 9/11 memorial. I was there, in the midst of all of it, I have act ally seen it with my own eyes and not om the screen of my TV. People are always rushing in New York, and the reason why we were rushing was because it was New York City and we had to see ever hing or we’d reg et it later. I’d be lying if I said that a ending the Genius Oly piad is an easy task, because it really comes with a lot of challenges and responsibilities, but I can assure you that what you got out of it will make your challenges look like a small price to pay.

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By Priyanith Keo 10-E What comes to your mind when you hear the word “Genius”? Alber Einstein? Steve Jobs? Beethoven? The writer of your favorite books? Now add the word Oly piad at the end, and most people will think those who a end might be one of the world’s f t re geniuses? I don’t know about the others, but I am DEFINITELY not a GENIUS! All I had was a head f ll of deter ination and inspiration. That’s how I ended up in Oswego this summer. GENIUS Oly piad. Global Environmental Issues - US. And when they say global, they really do mean GLOBAL. From Slovakia to Ky g zstan, om Mongolia to Romania, om the US to Cambodia. We ar ived in the US at 12:00am, and we waited until around 5 , then we r shed to the t ain station, took a t ain and then another and another, and somehow we all got tickets to Sy acuse on Amt ak. It wasn’t easy. But for first timers, you have to admit, we were pre impressive. It was around 1 or 2 when we ar ived at Oswego. It suddenly felt like ever hing I did to get here was wor h it. It was beautif l. Banners and balloons were ever here. We got our welcome packs, our room keys and then dashed to the elevator. With almost no food and no sleep, people get desperate and when you hear there’s a room just waiting for you, you don’t stand around looking pre , you DASH! Dinner was waiting for us by the time we ar ived. People were ever here. Playing ping-pong, somebody was playing the piano, others were cha ing. We walked back upstairs and it was lights out. One of the most memorable moments was the icebreaker activities. It was EXTREMELY FUN! Fun doesn’t even cut it. Despite the cold weather, the r nning, jumping and laughing war ed my ozen body and hear . Nex , the most impor ant thing of all, JUDGING! I shook. LITERALLY! My body t embled with fear. I mean, the pressure hung on my shoulders made my body t emble. What if I read the wrong passage? What if I answered the wrong answer? How could I go home empt -handed? But, all-in-all, I did well. Not excellent, or ter ible, just good. Good enough for a silver. Now that the work’s done, it’s time for the f n. Because, you know, all work and no play make Jack a dull boy. The Inter ational Fair was a success for Cambodia and would’ve made Cambodians proud. We took pict res. We danced our t aditional dance (which I r ined). We laughed. And most of all, WE HAD FUN! And there it was the last and final day. 4 days passed by, just like that. The Oly piad was coming to a close, and I hadn’t even met half the people. So, I spent half the time with my new iends, laughing, laughing, joking and more laughing. I have to be honest; I wasn’t really scared or ner ous. I felt neut al. I felt happy. I met new people. I had new ex eriences. I overcame my fear. Even if I had leſt without a single medal, I would still have been smiling. Well, I got a silver medal. I did get tear and cried at the end of the ceremony when we were saying goodbye. Now, I’m speaking to all of you out there who want to be there at Genius, or I-Sweeep, Turkish Oly piad, Inespo or whatever your choice is. You just have to t . Even the biggest dreams can be achieved. I once had ‘going to an Oly piad’ on the list. But, now there’s a big fat tick nex to it. Tr , because, NOTHING IS IMPOSSIBLE! Seriously. If you want to sing, go sing! If you to dance, dance! Do whatever you love. You never know when a big fat tick might appear nex to your dreams.

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By Viriya Keo 12-F From the 24th to the 29th of June, five of us were for nate enough to be able to compete in the GENIUS Oly piad in Oswego, USA. It was an amazing and eye-opening ex erience, one that none of us are likely to forget. The five were Minea, Yanith, Sothira, Soklida and myself, as well as our super isor, Mrs. Ar an. We took off immediately aſter the final exam had ended. On 24th of June, aſter a wonderf l breakfast, we had an icebreaker activit in which all of us made new iends. Then there was a public viewing of our projects by the local people and at the end of the day, the opening ceremony. The 2nd day was judging day. There were some volunteers and some ex er s who went around asking questions. The enor ous number of projects was astounding. The vast majorit of them were science projects, and there were some ar projects and posters as well. The creative writing section took place in another room. While some st dents were at judging, there was also a sy posium taking place. In the evening, the st dents went to see the Inter ational Fair in which st dents showcased a perfor ance om their homeland. We perfor ed as well, and we were asked nonstop where we were om and told that our cost mes were nice. On the 3rd day, we went to Niagara Falls. It was a beautif l place. We went on the Maid of the Mist, which was the boat ride to the waterfall. We ret r ed to Oswego, but not before some shopping at Waterloo Outlet. The f n has passed by in a blink of an eye, and it’s the last day, results day. In the mor ing, there was a college fair, an oppor nit for us to talk to colleges in New York State. Aſter lunch, it’s finally the Award ceremony. The results were announced, there were tears of joy, disappoint ent and the longing to stay with the g eat iends we’ve made all around us, but we can’t. So we packed up, Mrs. Ar an and Lida came back to Cambodia while Minea, Sothira, Yanith and I went to New York Cit and Washing on D.C for a t ip GENIUS had ar anged. We each went our separate ways aſter that.

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It was a once-in-a-lifetime ex erience. We will never forget the things we lear t along the way, the iends we’ve made and most of all, the feelings of national pride as we int oduced Cambodia to the world. This competition is unique because it has prizes not only for scientists, but ar ists, desig ers, and writers as well. As long as you care about the environment, this is the place to go. We would recommend all st dents to t and find a project because you will never reg et going there. Even if you don’t win any hing, the ex erience is much more valuable. By Soklida Chan 11-E Last year om the 24th to the 29th of June, 2012, I par icipated in one of the essential competitions. Called “Genius Oly piad”, it focused on the environment. I am so proud to have been one of the Genius par icipants. The Genius Oly piad is located in Oswego, New York, USA. There were five members om Cambodia. When I first arrived there, I felt ver ner ous. However, I made a lot of iends om many other count ies. Because of that, I began to really enjoy it. I wrote an essay called “Rubbish dump in my hometown”. On the judging day, there were six judges and I never thought of ge ing a medal. But to my sur rise, I was one of the bronze medalists. I was so proud of myself and I had a lot of g eat ex eriences there. To sum up, I want to tell ever one that: when you par icipate in any competition, you will lear something without knowing that you are really doing it. Therefore, as I was one of the Genius par icipants, I lear t a lot about st dents’ educations om many other count ies across the world. More impor antly, it has encouraged me to understand a lot about the essence of education and our environment around us.

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Trip By Pagna Va 12-E On the 10th of June, 4 people including myself, my friends Moniroth and Sokly and our supervisor Mr. Davut Aslan departed from Phnom Penh at 7:40 in the morning. We were on our way to INESPO, the International Environmental Scientific Project Olympiad. The event, which is held every year in the Netherlands, invites students between 13 and 18 years old to find innovative solutions for environmental problems. We arrived in Bangkok at 8:15. Then we went to eat something and walked around the airport. After about 4 hours walking we went to the gate and waited there. We left Bangkok at 12:20. After about 12 hours on the plane we arrived in the Netherlands. On the first day of the competition, we were very worried because there were only 2 juries who came to our stand and there were more at the other stands around us. On the morning of the second day, only two more came to our place. But there were five more in the afternoon, so I felt a little bit better by the end of the day.

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the volunteers for INESPO. We visited many places in Amsterdam including the windmills. We also visited the governors of Amsterdam. On the 13th of June, the result was going to be announced in the afternoon. So, in the morning we went to a museum with all the contestants. Then we went to eat lunch.

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After the competition date, we went to visit some places in Amsterdam with two gentlemen, who were


In the afternoon, we waited for the award ceremony. We all felt excited and nervous. We couldn’t wait to hear the result, especially our teacher.The medals were announced one by one and we felt more and more nervous. Until Cambodia and our project was announced and we all felt excited, so we walked happily up to the stage.

the luggage. Then we went straight to the airport by train. We arrived at half past 2. We checked in our luggage then walked around the airport until 5 o’clock. We left Amsterdam at 5 past 6 in the evening. We arrived in Bangkok at 9:50am on the 16th of June. We walked around the airport for about 10 minutes then met Mr. Mustafa and his student there. So, together we ate something and On the 14th of June, in the evening, we started waited there for 2 and a half hours.Then we went packing our luggage. Then on the 15th of June to wait in front of the gate. At 1:55pm we left Bangwe went shopping in the morning and left our kok and arrived back into Phnom Penh at 3:05pm. luggage in the hotel. At about 11 o’clock teacher Davut went to pick up our luggage from the hotel We were all happy to be back and had enjoyed the while three of us stayed and ate lunch there. At trip. It had been wonderful. about 2 o’clock, teacher Davut came back with all

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The results were not announced on the day but sent via competitors’ e-mails. Here they are: 1st place went to Marina Phal – Petrobras Sugarcanebased bioethanol (energy) 2nd place went to Virakboth Sok – Making biodiesel from papaya seed (energy) 3rd place went to Marina Saly and Vong leakhena Heng Chalk can be turned into plastic (environment) I had taken my achievement certificate from H.E. Mr. Im Sethy, Minister of Education, Youth and Sport, and the prize from Dr. Erkan Polatdemir, Rector of Zaman University. As Zaman International School collaborates with I-SWEEEP, the first place winner in ZUNSEF from Zaman International School can go directly to I-SWEEEP. Even though I had the right to join I-SWEEEP 2012, there was still tons of work to be completed before my departure date since my experiment had not been completely finished yet. This project was worked on over the course of 6 months, by pure experimentation. By Marina Phal Every year it is Zaman International School’s culture to send students to participate in international Olympiad competitions under a variety of topics; environment, energy, engineering, computer science, singing, essay writing, photography and more. I-SWEEEP is an international world sustainable energy, engineering and environment project Olympiad which opens its door to both national and international students every year in the three categories mentioned in its name. It is an opportunity for them to challenge themselves and compete with hundreds of students from all over the world. For I-SWEEEP 2012, Zaman International School sent one of their students to compete with over 500 contestants from around the globe. To begin with, I would like to tell you some steps that allowed me to join I-SWEEEP 2012. On February 4 , ZUNSEF was held at Zaman University. What is ZUNSEF you ask? ZUNSEF stands for Zaman University Science and Engineering Fair. It was established to provide Cambodian high school students with the opportunity to showcase their talent in research. ZUNSEF has no difference in its aims from I-SWEEEP; to have a sustainable world to live in. This year’s competition took place at the university from 9 am to 12 pm. There were 6 judges who were from different departments. Competitors tried their best to present their projects including me. The prizes were as follows: th

ZUNSEF Prize Rankings 1st - 1,000,000 riels and 100% scholarship from ZU 2nd- 750,000 riels and 75% scholarship from ZU 3rd- 500,000 riels and 50% scholarship from ZU

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Let me tell you a bit about my project. The title was Petrobras sugarcane-based bioethanol. Bioethanol is the principle fuel used as a gasoline or petroleum substitute for road transport vehicles, which is mainly produced by the sugar fermentation process. Sugarcane indicates that the raw material used is sugarcane. Petrobras is just a special name given to the bioethanol to mean that it is to be used as a replacement for gasoline or petroleum. To sum up, this was all about ethanol production from sugarcane to be used as an alternative source of energy. The process follows 4 main phases: - Extraction of sugarcane & cleaning of sugarcane juice - Juice concentration - Fermentation - Distillation Ethanol produced was then mixed with gasoline in 2 different proportions; E10 (10% ethanol 90% gasoline) and E85 (85% ethanol 15% gasoline). Experiments and lab tests were conducted.


The flight to America for I-Sweeep was on the 29th April and took almost 24 hours. We arrived in Texas at 4pm local time on the 30th of April. Since I-SWEEEP didn’t start until May 2 we had 2 days free. During those days, we went shopping, visited some interesting places and we also went to see Rice University (Harvard branch). On May 2nd, we spent almost the whole day checking into the Hilton hotel because there were so many contestants trying to check-in. The following two days were project set up and rehearsal days. At night I spent time in the hotel room practicing the presentation. Finally, May 5th came, it was the judging day. It ran from 9am until 5.30pm with a 1-hour break for lunch. There were 247 judges and over 500 contestants from 68 different countries and 44 states with a total of 448 projects. During the competition, I figured out that it was not only me whose project was about bioethanol, but various of them and this made me very anxious and even more so because one of my opponents had his booth right next to me. The number of judges I got was 7 while my neighbors’ projects, some got 5 and some got 8. I believe that the number of judges you got affects your result as well, this shows how interesting your project seems to be, based on the abstract you have given to the I-SWEEEP committee via the online registration. The judging day ended happily. That night we went to see a movie, ‘The Avengers’ and the next day we went to NASA. We got back to the hotel at 1pm and at 3pm the award ceremony began. Contestants and their project teachers were very curious and excited about the result unlike me and Mr. Mustafa, my project supervisor. We could not even find each other during the event. The ceremony began with special prize award winners and was followed by a Japanese drum show. Then the honorable mention time began. Bronze winners were announced. Without my name with other bronze winners, I felt very upset because I could not imagine the scene of coming back to Cambodia without any medal. After that, there was another show. ‘Now its time for the Silver medal winners’, the MC said. I stayed silent without looking at the slide screen. ‘US ……, US………, US ..…, Albania ……, Bosnia and Herzegovina ……, Cambodia!’ I was like, “What?? Cambodia!?”. Even though I knew that I was the only contestant from Cambodia, I did not feel excited when I first heard, I just sat still and listened to hear if it was really me. ‘Cambodia- Marina Phal’. Suddenly, my Thai friends shouted at me to go to the stage because they knew that my soul had flown away. More surprisingly, soon after I got up from my seat I saw Mr. Mustafa was right in front of the stage already. After the ceremony ended, we were treated to a nice Turkish dinner and, later, to a coffee at Starbucks. On May 7th, we checked out from the Hilton Hotel and headed back to Turquoise center. The following day, we flew to New York for campus visits. The flight from Texas took around 5 hours. During the stay there, we visited many places and went shopping a lot.

These are some of the places we visited; Times square, Central Park, Rockefeller center, Madame Tussauds, Harvard University, MIT (Massachusetts Institute of Technology), Boston Duck Tour, the Empire State Building, New York university, Ellis Island, The Statue of Liberty, and the historical museum. We tasted many dishes such as Turkish, Mediterranean, Chinese, Thai and so on. On May 15th, we arrived back in Cambodia and were greeted with a warm welcome from ZAMAN teachers, family and friends. I really enjoyed this I-SWEEEP 2012 trip. I would like to extend my great thanks to the following people; family (specially dedicated to my parents, uncle and sister), Mrs. Kadriye Yildiz, Ms. Sibel Kayis, Mr. Adem Yildiz, Mr. Mustafa Dur, Mrs. Els, Mr. Gurkan Cil, and my 12F girls. Special thanks to all these related institutions; Zaman International School, Zaman University, Industrial Laboratory Center of Cambodia (ILCC), Tela petroleum laboratory, and Institute Francais du Cambodge. And thanks again to Mr.Mustafa Dur for making this trip enjoyable and unforgettable and supervising my project and to Mrs. Els for spending her breaks and weekends instructing me during the experiment process. Without all your help, I may not have achieved what I have. I would suggest that you all try to have experiences like these in your life, to share your idea with the world, to be in a room discussing global problems. And to work towards I-SWEEEP’s mission, ‘to spark interest and awareness in our planet’s sustainability challenges, help young people grasp the extent of these issues, find workable solutions to these challenges and accelerate the progress toward a sustainable world’.

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By Cambo Keng 10-B A day before the beginning of the 2012-2013 academic year, myself and my computer teacher Mr. Muhammet went to the 4th International Computer Project Olympiad in Ashgabat, Turkmenistan. It was a really great opportunity for me to see new things and learn new ideas. Also, I met new friends from other countries all over the world. At first, when I arrived at Ashgabat city, I was surprised. It is a very beautiful city in the middle of a desert. The city is very modern with mostly huge buildings, big roads and other places which are really nice. The Olympiad was held from the 11th to the 15th of September. Altogether, 41 countries were competing in the Olympiads. Representing Cambodia, we were there with a project about the Periodic Table.

Trip to Turkmenistan for ICPO The project was in two parts. The first part was a program that shows all the information about the periodic table and all the elements in it and the second part was a knowledge game called The Periodic Tetris. To win this game, we have to put all the elements into their right place. We had a small stand at the event, held at a Turkmen-Turkish university, where we presented our project to visitors and juries. On the last day, we found out our result. We won a silver medal.

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We were so happy, even though we did not get the gold. We also went to lots of places like the Independence Monument, The Arch of Neutrality, the National Museum, the zoo and other entertaining attractions. The evening of the last day was the saddest time because it was the time we had to say good bye to our international friends. Even though we had known each other for just a week, that week had been very meaningful to us. That night, we were so busy writing down all our E-mail addresses and facebook details with eyes full of tears. We miss Ashgabat, Turkmenistan and the friendly people of that country. Finally, I want to thank my school, especially my computer teacher, homeroom teacher and the other teachers who helped me and gave me such a great opportunity to join the International Olympiad.

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By Sokha Chen 9-E After the trip to the USA, the trip to Turkey is my second trip. The Trip to Turkey was the best. At first, I decided not to go, but because my friend decided to go. I changed my mind. When I arrived there, at first I felt strange because everything around me was cool and has developed. Turkey is big country and there are lots of buildings and the roads are modern, and the cities are full of flowers. How fantastic it is. My brain began to recognize that it was wonderful to visit there and it would be full of regrets if I did not go and missed those marvelous trips. Anyway, I went to two cities in Turkey. First, I went to Izmir where there was a big lake. We had such a memorable lunch at a restaurant near the beautiful lake. It was filled with the sound of waves and we had such a great time there. I did enjoy the city. Then, we went to another city and we went to Pamukkale where

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there is a kind of mountain which is covered in white. I love that place a lot. Then, we went to Istanbul. Istanbul was our last city to visit. We stayed there and we went to many places. They were all memorable cities and places. It was so wonderful to be in Istanbul. It was fabulous because in the city there are two parts, Europe and Asia. It was so cool and especially, there are lots of people who live and work there. It is a real melting pot. I really appreciate that. My trip was like flying over the world. Seeing new people and learning new cultures from the trip, and visiting many places. Those places made me full of wonderings and always wanting to know new things. I was so happy to be with my classmates and my homeroom teacher, Ms Serap Cil. She is my best teacher as my mother too. I did enjoy the trip with her. The people were friendly and really generous. People like to share whether there is little or much. I do miss them and their kindness. I loved the trip and it was memorable. October-November 2012

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By Alin Kong 9-E Not only was this our first trip but the trip to Turkey was a very great and unforgettable experience in my life. Especially the way that we had fun and exciting activities together with my homeroom teacher and all the classmates. For instance GO KARTS: I loved riding the go-kart again and again. Unfortunately I crashed with my friend, that was really the worst thing for me, but I felt excited to ride and I hoped I could ride it one more time anyway. What interested me was PAMUKKALE. It’s the most unique place that I ever saw before, full of mountains as white as diamond snow! ...It is a really great place and I appreciate it and I just say “OMG !! That’s such a fabulous place!!”. Of course we visited many places in Istanbul, like the amusement park, museums, Istanbul Aquarium, Safir Skyscraper, the snow park , the ice skating and especially we were invited to have a wonderful breakfast and dinner with a family. They were really good hosts and were friendly to us. I really enjoyed playing with them. One more thing, we stayed in a dormitory at FATIH college. We visited the school and had breakfast there too. All the design was so great and modern and I hope that Cambodia will be like that too. And I hope one day I can design a wonderful school in Cambodia. We went to all the classes that they prepared for the students who were interested in joining the Olympics Competition. Luckily, we met one guy who was studying for the Olympic exam and it was his second time and he was studying for the final one. We interviewed him about his experience. I’ve learned more about Turkish culture; their habits in daily life, especially the food which I really like. And they are so friendly and kind. I would love to go again. I really enjoyed the whole trip. I would like to thank the administration and all the teachers, especially my homeroom teacher, Ms. Serap Cil. who really took care of us; guiding us and giving us an unforgettable summer holiday. Hopefully, the school will run the trip to Turkey again for the ones who didn’t get to see the real Turkey and other great activities. By Rachana Te 9-F After about a week of vacation, the school organized a trip to Turkey for students. There were 9 female students who went on the trip. On the first day, we arrived in Izmir. We visited Pamukkale, with the White Mountain. It was the most fresh and wonderful place that I’ve ever seen. The next day we went back to Istanbul. We went shopping at the Capital Shopping Centre, Via port shopping center…etc. We also went sightseeing at Uskudar & Kizkulesi which is called The Maiden’s Tower. We rode on a ferry boat to get there, as it is in the middle of the sea. Another day, we went to Sapphire, which is a skyscraper. It is the tallest building in Istanbul. It raises 54-storeys high. We also visited Miniaturk Park, which is full of historic structures. The next day, we visited Istanbul aquarium. It is the largest aquarium in Europe. On the afternoon we went to the Grand Bazaar. It is one of the largest and oldest in Istanbul. Our last activity was ice skating together. Lastly, I’d like to say thanks to our school teachers who arranged this trip for us. Also thanks for our homeroom teacher Mrs. Arman Tynybekova for being with us. Hope there’s another one again next year.

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By Mrs Savat Nget At the end of each year, Zaman International School always provides the “Study Tour” program to visit other countries. The purpose of this program is to develop human resources and to share experience. To this end, on July 1st, 2012, 54 students and staff were sent to visit Turkey for 10 days. We visited two main cities in Turkey “IZMIR and ISTANBUL”. IZMIR is a civilized city which has a lot of people who have a high standard of living. It is also the main area for tourism as it has a lot of mountains and sea. The people were so friendly with us. We visited their houses and had wonderful meals with them. We also learned about their society and way of life. We went to one high school, and the principal of that school showed us their modern classrooms, laboratory rooms, PE rooms, students’ dormitory, and canteen. We visited “White mountain” which is a famous area for tourism. The mountain was all white rock; with an amazing unusual water system flowing from the rocks which makes a special sound. The water is very clear and cold as the undying water. Many people come to visit there. They beleive that the water is immortal; moreover, all people paid respect and felt amazing. Istanbul is a big city with so many famous universities and buildings. We went to visit some big mosques which are the famous privilege of Turkey. To enter the temple we needed to stand in line for a long time because there were so many people from many different countries who had come to visit these places. We went to visit the museum which is built on a big-scale; a grand symbol of Turkish culture. Along the way we could see a lot of different flowers of many colors. All those buildings had a special feature; the movement of the water falling like the traffic of the train. And all the places that we visited for many days after, seemed to remind us of this museum, as they had a similar appearance, just with a difference of scale. Many staff were working very hard to pack the food as they have to support the victims who were harmed by natural disasters such as floods and earthquakes, and we were all proud after listening to the speech of the “KIMSE YOKMU” organization. We also brought a model house from the organization to keep at our Zaman School since we want to save the money in this house, then we can use the money to help other victims who are faced with such difficulties. We felt very happy when we could see the beautiful aquarium, filled with many fish of different sizes. We also went to visit the tallest building in Turkey. From the top, we could see the whole of Istanbul. One more thing, we also went ice skiing on the white snow happily. In conclusion, this study tour let us know about the culture and the development of Turkey. We also felt excited by the lovely smiling of the people. We would like to say thank you so much for a great accommodation and food and especially for their warm welcoming of us. October-November 2012

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y e k r u T o Trip t By Sereypannha DY 11-B It was 5pm, my friends, my teacher and I were at Phnom Penh International Airport preparing for a trip to Turkey. There were 10 of us, including our teacher. The trip lasted for 10 days but we had so much fun.

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We arrived at Istanbul Ataturk Airport, Turkey at 6 am. When we left the airport we travelled to Bursa which is another city in Turkey. But before we set off we went to have breakfast near the sea which has a very good atmosphere and very good food. After we’d finished our breakfast we travelled to Bursa in our shuttle bus. We ate lunch along the way and it was a very different taste of food than we were used to eating but it did taste nice. After we arrived at Bursa city, at around 3 pm, we went to the dormitory that our teacher had arranged for us and put our stuff down. But once we got to the dormitory we saw a football field near by so we decided to play football after we’d had dinner. So after we put our stuff down we took a shower, changed our clothes and headed out for dinner. After we came back from dinner, we changed our clothes again and got ready to play football. We arranged for our team to play against some other students’ team. It only lasted one hour but we had fun and we got to know new people. We only stayed in Bursa for one day. In the morning we started travelling to another city which is Ankara; the capital city of Turkey. But before we left, we went to have breakfast on the mountain. The food tasted really good and there was a very good atmosphere. After we’d finished our breakfast we went to another mountain to get some fresh air and look over the city. So when we got up to that mountain we saw a motorbike so we decided to rent that motorbike and ride across the mountain. After we’d done the sightseeing around the mountain we went down the hill by cable car to our car park. Then we started to travel to Ankara.


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The trip from Bursa to Ankara is about 3 or 4 hours long, so we spent most of our time sleeping. Once we arrived in Ankara we went to have dinner at our teacher’s friend’s house. After we’d finished our dinner we went to the dormitory to have some rest. Then in the morning we started travelling again. This time we travelled to Bolu, a small province which is located between Ankara and Istanbul. After we arrived in Bolu we settled down at a small hotel and we had our dinner there. In the morning after breakfast we went to visit the most famous place in the province called The Great Lake of Bolu.

Once we arrived there we saw a wonderful view of a big lake surrounded by trees. The lake water was so blue and calm which made our minds feel really good. After visiting that place we moved to another city called Gebze which is located near Istanbul and it is one of our teacher’s home town. When we arrived there, we went to meet our teacher. We went go-carting together and we had so much fun driving those go-carts. After the go-carts, we went to the mall to have some lunch and play Snow Ski and do some shopping. We stayed overnight at Gebze. In the morning we made our last journey to Istanbul, a city full of culture and rich history but also a modern city. We stayed in Istanbul for 4 days. We visited many historical places. We even rode a boat across two continents; between Asia and Europe. On the last day of our trip, we visited Galatasary Stadium. Galatasary is a very famous football team in Turkey and we got a chance to visit their stadium and to enter the players’ dressing room. We have all learnt about a new culture and we experienced many new things during this trip. We really enjoyed the trip.

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By Satya So, Sophadeth Rithya 11-B The 10 day trip to turkey was just amazing and exciting. The fun started the day we were at Cambodia International Airport. We were very happy and excited to be on such a big plane. It takes 10 hours to get to turkey but we had to fly to Thailand first. Although the plane did take a very long time, it was fun because it felt very comfortable and relaxing. I could sleep, eat, and watch TV and play games on the screen that the plane provided on each and every seat. Our teachers were very careful; they were always looking for us and taking care us. We arrived in Turkey in the morning: it gave me a chill because the weather there is a little bit windy. After arriving we hurried to go and collect our bags and luggage. We gathered all the students around each other near the exit. We were on the way out of the airport. I could already feel and sense the excitement and fun by the road we took to our destination for breakfast. As far as I remember it takes about 30 minutes to reach that place and the scenery just leaves you so speechless it was along the ocean and I could see the beautiful side of Turkey. I could see many tall buildings and birds flying in the deep, blue sky, we just couldn’t keep quiet and do nothing; all of us were just hurrying to take photos. We didn’t have to hurry but it seemed like they were kind of amazed by the beautiful view. So, we took a picture there all of us along with Mr. Selmani (our math teacher) and more. After we were done taking pictures and enjoying the view we went straight inside to eat our breakfast. We were sitting talking to each other and playing on our phones but just then the waiter brings out the food and I could see a lot of food on the table. To us, the food was actually a bit strange. There were fresh vegetables, cheese, honey, bread and nuts. At first, all of us just sat and stared at the food but after maybe about 10 minutes each and every plate was empty. It was delicious, though we had never had that kind of food for breakfast before, because in Cambodia we usually just eat rice with meat or noodle soup for breakfast, But after all it did taste good and we were very full.

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It was very long because of traffic jams, there were just so many people, but we didn’t get mad or anything. We were just talking to each other, listening to music, and enjoying the views. We carried on like this for about 4 hours until we got on the huge ferry (it even has a restaurant on top of it). So, we stepped out of the car, stretched our bodies, and stood watching the waves passing through the sea. It was very cold and beautiful. We went up on to the restaurant and bought drinks. It takes about 40 minutes to get to the other side, so we were standing watching the view. The city we were going to is called Ankara and the weather is very cold and windy because it is on a mountain and along the road there are so many trees and so much grass. The view is just so amazing. It took so long to get there, but it wasn’t boring, we turned up the music in the bus and we sang along with the songs together happily and laughing. The 10 days that I spent in Turkey with my friends and also my homeroom teacher Mr. Davuth blew my mind. It has now been about 3 months since the trip and I am still getting flashbacks about the fun and excitement we had while we were there. We went to many, exciting places in Turkey such as Museums, amusement parks, a football stadium, kart racing, an aquarium, a park, a shopping mall, and many other places I can’t even remember because we went to so many places. All the places we went to were all fun and amazing. Actually, if I got the chance to go there for a trip again I would not hesitate; I would raise my hand and answer them “I’ll go again too”. It was so fun that I just couldn’t forget about it. We met a lot of people there who were very friendly and welcoming to us, all with their smiles on. It actually made me feel homesick on the first day, but later on the second day I didn’t even miss home a bit I was just too happy. I barely even called back home in the end. On the last day in Turkey, me and my friends even asked Mr. Davuth if we could stay for one or two days more. Anyway, I recommend to those people who have not yet been to Turkey that they should actually try it out the trip was unforgettable and thanks to my parents, teachers and all my friends who made the trip more fun. October-November 2012

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Lending a Helping Hand By Sopheadalika Bora, Ilita Ung 11-E Visiting Future Light Orphanage of Worldmate (FLOW) was one of the best experiences for 11E as a whole class together including our homeroom teacher, Ms. Sumeyra. While we were there we were filled with joy and tears. We were greeted and welcomed by 180+ children, from kindergarteners to high schoolers, teachers, and care takers. Many of these children are homeless; their only home is the orphanage. These children were either scavengers or they were abandoned in the street. Some of the children couldn’t afford to pay for education so they came to the orphanage to take free classes. The orphanage provides them a place to stay, food to eat, clothes to wear and education to learn. The children at the Orphanage depend on sponsors from America and Japan. They are receiving sponsorship from foreigners but not us Cambodians. This is what makes us all feel guilty. Some of them are our age and we respect each other like friends. We introduced ourselves to them and asked each other questions to get to know each other better. One of the students there said that our visit made her overwhelmed. They

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had never been visited by Cambodians before. Only foreigners came and visited them. They are delighted to have us at their age to go and visit them. Our homeroom teacher, Ms. Sumeyra, asked one of the children about his daily routine. He said that before he joined the orphanage, he was a young scavenger searching the rubbish dump for recyclable items. His life depends on the job. He couldn’t go to school otherwise he would be starving. He’s homeless; he slept with other scavengers on the street or in front of the closed shops. Although he still has many problems, now that he has joined the orphanage he receives meals, education, and a proper shelter. We suddenly realized how important the orphanage is to the children. We brought them some books, pens, pencils, and some snacks. We encouraged them to study hard and not to give up on their studies. As time passed by, we decided that we would prepare lunch for them. What I found interesting is that they have special signals during lunchtime, 1 finger up for rice and 2 fingers up for food. While they were busy having their lunch, we organized a talent show. They showed us amazing skills. These children have shown us many things that we had never thought of. If you have read this you should try it yourself. It’s not always the money that they need; you can donate anything you want. Spend your time with them; this will make a difference not only for them but also for yourself.

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