She has been busy collecting data to post on the website, writing funding proposals and participating in student home visits.
Mao Chansoknea said she hopes to continue in economics, where she said Cambodia is lacking.
Venerable Chan Horn told “Hello VOA” recently that he believes pagodas are still at the heart of Cambodian-American communities.
Some regime leaders have said in the past they had hoped to protect the country from Vietnamese occupation and others.
High school math students from more than 100 countries are scheduled to attend the International Mathematical Olympiad later this month.
Cambodia is preparing to host a youth summit for the regional body in 2012.
The profits will go toward helping Caring for Cambodia, an NGO that helps more than 6,000 students.
Tun Channareth said at least 156 other countries have signed the international treaty to ban landmines.
Among those problems is that of forced deportation, a US policy that sends non-legal immigrants back to their presumed home countries.
The government estimates some 730 juvenile prisoners—those aged between 14 and 17—are incarcerated in the country’s 25 prisons.
She’s been featured in a documentary of inspiring girls around the world and has even met with US First Lady Michelle Obama.
Cambodia has been influenced largely by the French and the Chinese in its modern history, with China’s influence growing today.