Thank you for your Kind and Caring emails/messages

I want to thank all my g+ friends, brothers, and sisters for all the kind and encouraging emails and messages expressing your concerns about me and my safety during the Cambodian National elections and the current situation in my country. I want all of you to know that I am doing fine and I am safe. I am not stressed or depressed over this situation, but of course, I am worrying about the safety of my people and my team in Cambodia. Today, my country is not in a good shape and as one of the Khmer children, I have to do my job as a citizen, as a daughter of my Motherland, Cambodia, in any way I possibly can to assist my courageous team who risk their lives every day to protect the innocent victims…I thank you so much for your kind thoughts and caring messages. I will visit some of you soon, hopefully sometimes this weekend. I never forget any of you on g+. Many of you have been very kind to me….

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