Before entering high school at the age of 14, Vutha asked herself a question: How will I support myself in the future? He looked at the thin and thin figure in the mirror. This physique is not the foundation of work. What am I good at? At that time, he saw that there were often white-skinned people in the village enjoying the idyllic scenery on bicycles. In order to understand their world, he made English as the goal of his study. However, two hours of English classes a week in public schools are far from enough, and students whose families are financially able will take extra tuition.
In addition to supplementary subjects (mathematics, physics, chemistry, etc.), Image Manipulation Service some people also sign up for sports activities. At that time, Vutha's English teacher was moved by his eagerness to learn, and was willing to help him make up his English at a price of 300 Cambodians per hour (equivalent to NT$2.25) per hour. Even so, Vutha's parents could not afford it. Vutha begged the teacher to let him pay the tuition fee on credit, so he studied for a year.
After graduating from high school at the age of 17 in 2001, Vutha, as the eldest son, felt that he could no longer burden the family and it was time to leave home and stand on his own. So he moved to a relative's house in Kampong Thom Province, where he worked as a waiter in his relative's noodle shop. After working for a year, he was entrusted by his relatives to take care of an empty house in another village in 2002, and thus began his two-year housekeeping career. The 18-year-old was afraid to stay in the big empty house alone, so Vutha moved all his belongings to the kitchen hut outside the house.