Then the ones who pleased the Lord will ask, "When did we give you something to eat or drink? When did we welcome you as a stranger or give you clothes to wear or visit you while you were sick or in jail?"
The King will answer, "Whenever you did it for any of my people, no matter how unimportant they seemed, you did it for me." .......Matthew 25
Tuesday, September 29, 2009
Typhoon Ketsana about to hit Cambodia
Kpg Thom will be among the first parts hit. Please pray for safety of the people there.
Cambodia gouvement alerts about storm Ketsana
Cambodian government issued an alerted letter about storm Ketsana that will hit Cambodia from 29-30 September 2009.
It was reported around 100 deaths in Philippines, this morning the storm have been reported moving to Vietnam and estimated arrive in Cambodia at 01:00 of 29 September 2009.
Those provinces of Cambodian northeast: Mondulkiri, Rattanakiri, Kratie, Steung Treng, Kampong Cham and Kampong Thom will hit first on the 29 September 2009 and it will continue to effect to all provinces around Tonle Sap on 30 September 2009: Kampong Cham, Kampong Chhnang, Pursat, Battambong, Pailin, Banteay Meanchey, Siem Reap, Preah Vihear, Udor Meanchey and Kampong Thom.
You can find the official letter issue by Cambodian government on dap-news.com , please inform all your relative in those provinces.
I hope it will pass and everybody will be safe. Take care everybody.
Kingdom braces for torrential downpour
Monday, 28 September 2009 15:03
SEVERAL provinces have been warned of flash floods ahead of Tropical Storm Ketsana’s collision with Cambodia.
The Ministry of Water Resources and Meteorology released a statement on Sunday to alert people living in upland and coastal provinces that heavy rainfall is expected from Sunday through Thursday.
Department of Meteorology Director Seth Vannareth said Sunday that floods are to be expected in Kampong Cham, Kratie and Stung Treng provinces as well as along the coast in Kampot, Kep, Koh Kong and Preah Sihanouk provinces.
Mao Hak, director of the Department of Hydrology and River Works, said Ketsana had already increased water levels in the basin of the Mekong River while in Vietnam, and that the current is flowing downstream towards Cambodia.
“It will flood the homes of Cambodian people [along the Mekong River] for three days or more,” he said.
Ketsana was formed in the Philippine Sea, killing 73 and putting parts of Manila under 6 metres of water.