Mr. Sok Heng was born in 1952. He and wife, Mrs. Neang, are farmers who own a small piece of land where they grow rice. They sell some of the rice and they use the rest to support their family. They are chicken and duck breeders. Through these activities they support four children. One is a laborer, two are seamstresses in garment factories, and the other one is studying in the local public school.
At present, he is facing the problem of his children’s work places being far away from their home. So Mr. Sok Heng is applying for a loan to buy a new motorcycle for his children's transportation to work.
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