Synonyms for mean_chey or Related words with mean_chey

samraong              krasang              sangkae              lvea              ruessei              svay              krong              tboung              thmei              srae              chrey              angk              boeng              kouk              beung              preaek              thma              stueng              russei              andoung              phnum              kaoh              kandal              pongro              tuek              trapeang              tuol              thnal              paoy              praek              chambak              thlok              sambour              svay_chrum              chrouy              khpos              knong              ពង              chamkar              khmum              kraom              kbal              damnak              rumduol              រព              chroy              tnaot              tbaeng              daeum              peam             

Examples of "mean_chey"
Mean Chey is subdivided into 4 Sangkats (communes) and 16 Kroms (villages).
Chaeng Mean Chey () is a khum (commune) of Banan District in Battambang Province in north-western Cambodia.
Chnuor Mean Chey is a khum (commune) of Preah Netr Preah District in Banteay Meanchey Province in north-western Cambodia.
The district is subdivided into 9 communes ("khum") and 85 villages ("phum"). The Sameakki Mean Chey district governor reports to His Excellency Touch Marim, the Governor of Kampong Chhnang. The following table shows the villages of Sameakki Mean Chey district by commune.
He is the shortest star in Cambodian history. He died after a five-year fight against an illness at 7:10 p.m. on August 7, 2006, at his home in Russey village, sangkat Stung Mean Chey, khan Mean Chey, Phnom Penh Cambodia.
Smach Mean Chey District () is a district ("srok") of Koh Kong Province, in south-western Cambodia. The provincial capital Khemarak Phoumin is located in the district.
Sameakki Mean Chey District () is a district ("srok") in the south of Kampong Chhnang Province, in central Cambodia. The district capital is Sameakki Mean Chey town located on the rail line some 52 kilometres south of the provincial capital of Kampong Chhnang by road. The district shares a border with Kandal and Kampong Speu provinces to the south. The National Railway line from Phnom Penh to Sisophon runs through the district crossing roughly from north to south.
Mean Chey District (, "Victorious") is located in the south-eastern part of Phnom Penh, Cambodia. The district has an area of 43.79 km². According to the 1998 census of Cambodia, it had a population of 157,112.
The district is located in central Cambodia. Neighbouring districts are (from the east clockwise) Odongk, Samraong Tong and Aoral. To the north are the districts Tuek Phos and Sameakki Mean Chey of Kampong Chhnang Province.
Sameakki Mean Chey district lies in the south of the province and shares a border with Kandal and Kampong Speu provinces. Reading from the north clockwise, Sameakki Mean Chey borders with Tuek Phos district to the north and Rolea B'ier District to the north east. The eastern border of the district is shared with Kampong Tralach district. To the south the district shares a border with Odongk and Thpong districts of Kampong Speu province. The western border of the district joins with Tuek Phos district of Kampong Chhnang.
According to the 1998 Census, the population of the district was 57,170 persons in 11,660 households in 1998. This population consisted of 27,014 males (47.3%) and 30,156 females (52.7%). With a population of over 50,000 people, Sameakki Mean Chey has an average district population for Kampong Chhnang province. The average household size in Sameakki Mean Chey is 4.9 persons per household, which is lower than the rural average for Cambodia (5.2 persons). The sex ratio in the district is 89.6%, with significantly more females than males.
New airbases were laid down near the provincial capitals of Battambang, Kampong Cham and Kampong Chhnang, and near the Khmer National Navy's (French: "Marine Nationale Khmère" – MNK) coastal naval base at Ream. Later in the war, secondary airfields and assorted helipads were temporally set up at Kampot, Oudong, Kampong Thom, and Stung Mean Chey near Phnom Penh.
The centre lies roughly between Kampong Thom and Tbeng Mean Chey, the capitals of Kampong Thom Province and Preah Vihear provinces respectively. It is about five or six hours by car from Phnom Penh. It lies on the northern border of the Bung Pey wildlife sanctuary. The vegetation surrounding the facility is a mixture of primary and secondary forest.
Sameakki Mean Chey is one of two sites chosen for a 1.5 million dollar project funded by the Japan Social Development Fund through the World Bank to give state owned land to the poorest families in the district. Under the project, 732 families in Sameakki Meanchey and 561 families in Phnom Srouch district in Kampong Speu Province will receive grants of state land for housing and agriculture. In total, the social land concessions cover 2,800 hectares with 1,513 ha in Sameakki Meanchey and 1,300 ha in Phnom Srouch.
Kampong Tralach district lies in the south east of the province and shares a border with Kandal and Kampong Cham provinces. Reading from the north clockwise, Kampong Tralach borders with Rolea B'ier district to the north and Chol Kiri District to the north west. The eastern border of the district is shared with Batheay district of Kampong Cham province. To the south the district shares a border with Ponhea Leu district of Kandal province. The western border of the district joins with Sameakki Mean Chey and Tuek Phos districts of Kampong Chhnang.
Tuek Phos district lies in the west of the province and shares a border with Pursat and Kampong Speu provinces. Reading from the north clockwise, Tuek Phos borders with Krakor district of Pursat to the north. The eastern border of the district is shared with Baribour and Rolea B'ier districts. To the south the district shares a border with Sameakki Mean Chey district. The western border of the district joins with Thpong and Aoral districts of Kampong Speu and Phnum Kravanh district of Pursat.
Krong Khemarak Phoumin (), also known as Koh Kong (), is the capital of Koh Kong Province in Cambodia. It is located near the mouth of the Kah Bpow river in Smach Mean Chey district on the Gulf of Thailand. The city lies only 10 kilometres from the Thai border. However, it is 138 kilometres by Highway 48 to National Highway 4 at Sre Ambel and a further 133 kilometres to Phnom Penh. After the completion of the bridges on the Highway 48 in 2007 - 2010 the terrestrial link to Phnom Penh and Sihanoukville has significantly improved.
ANDC was founded in 2006 by Bill Smith, the team photographer for the Chicago Bears, Chicago Blackhawks, Chicago Bulls and United Center. During the sporting offseason, Smith and his wife Lauren would take annual trips to Southeast Asia to photograph the changing culture and landscape. In 2002, Smith was taken to the Stung Mean Chey garbage dump by his Cambodian driver, and was stunned to see the conditions that children were living in. Children were forced to live and work in the garbage dump in to provide for their families. The children, in addition to living and working in the squalor, were unable to attend school because their families needed the $10–12 a month that was provided by the children working in the dump.
Samouth disappeared in disputed circumstances in July 1962; the event was a closely guarded secret until the later 1970s. Although he is usually assumed to have been murdered by Sihanouk's police, it has been suggested that Pol Pot may have arranged Samouth's death to ensure his own promotion to party secretary. Pol Pot denied this in one of the last interviews before his death, stating that Samouth, who had left his safe house to obtain medicine for his sick child, had been arrested by Lon Nol's men, interrogated, and killed: "If Tou Samouth had talked, I would have been arrested. He was killed at Stung Mean Chey pagoda. We loved each other." The historian Ben Kiernan notes, however, that there is strong evidence that Pol Pot's circle was responsible for Samouth's disappearance: in particular a secret Party report on 'internal enemies', dating from 1978, accused Kandal Province Secretary Som Chea of killing Samouth. Chea, who was later executed, had been a courier for Pol Pot's group in 1962.