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Talk: STEM Education programs for kids in Siem Reap

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I am trying to open a makerspace here in Siem Reap, where tools and equipment are provided for makers, who create things. I would like to introduce one of my subprojects at the makerspace, STEM education program with BBC micro:bit for kids ages 6 through 12. I would like to give a talk about the project to parents in Siem Reap.

How engineers fix problems

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As I wrote before, the small alley in front of the property will be paved soon. Everyone in the alley needs to give up some part of their lands. That also means major constructions of walls, gates, gardens, and swimming pools. All the owners are renovating. Babel Guesthouse is not an exception. They had a nice garden, but it’s gone. They are working on new garden. As the network devices and c...

My latest project at Makers

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While working on my introduction talk about the makerspace and what you can do at a makerspace, I also have been working on my own project. I will explain the project in a series of posts. In the first post of the series, I would like to explain what the project is trying to solve, and challenges I faced.

Logistics Recovering from Covid-19

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Like other makers in the world, we rely on AliExpress. In South East Asian countries, Chinese suppliers are often the only option to buy gadgets, supplies and consumables. The orders made in early Feb arrived at Siem Reap after four month, which is the longest delivery time in my past orders. A week ago, I ordered PoE splitters, some development boards, and a machine, and chose FedEx and DHL as...

Raising creative kids

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Kids inherit wealth or poverty from parents. How about creativities? Biologically, maybe at some level. Probably, negligible. Recent researches revealed that people inherit creative potential, but that does not guarantee actual performance, or results. Environmental factors must be playing the major role. Mozart became the greatest composer in history not because his father was a violinist, but...