A group of 12 students from the Liger Learning Center, in Phnom Penh, learned about marine conservation in Cambodia, during a seven week long project. The group researched to learn more about marine life and understand the problems of marine ecosystems in Cambodia. The biggest goal of this Exploration is to protect marine ecosystems in Cambodia. To accomplish this goal the students worked really hard to finish this Proposal for a Feasibility Study of Algal Farming as an Alternative Livelihood for Cambodian Fishermen. We had been to Koh Seh to learn about marine life in Cambodia and the place name Marine Conservation Cambodia (MCC). My favorite things on the island are snorkel and diving. We have some problems at there too because they don’t have a lot of fresh water so we have to use less fresh water. We love to be there.
A picture of Koh Seh
My game is frisbee golf. I not using basket I using the stick. This game they can play in team or single player. I have 9 sticks and they all far from each other than all player have to throw from the start until the frisbee get to the second stick and they count how many throw to get the second stick. Until the last stick they count all the throw and who get the least throw is the winner of the game. There are two style to throw the frisbee backhand and forehand.
Non-players are routinely found in the course environment.
All the rule in the game
Players should not throw until they are certain the thrown disc will not distract another player or injure anyone present.
Players should take care to not distract other players while it is their turn.
Littering on the course is discouraged and considered a courtesy violation.
Players are expected to watch where other players’ discs go and search for discs in the event they are lost.