Happy Cambodian in the projectFantastic: During the meeting today, within 90 minutes the students developed excellent results regarding to the Khmer Smartphone Application.  No long discussions, but content – mainly the categories – were defined within a short time. Also the Team members defined tasks for the next day and named teamleader for several topics by themselves.

Top ideas from all team members

Very interesting, because there are two very different cultures, who did not collaborate in any way before. So the Cambodian had the idea to define the cageory nature and to inform about animals.

Which animals might be a risk for tourists? Is it good to feed the monkeys in the Angkor area? Are beetles risky in Cambodia? If so, which of them?

The Geman team members developed ideas like: Information about sightseeing. Not only Angkor Wat. Because: What if a tourist is actually in Pnomh Penh? Even the translation into other languages. For Japanese for example It would be surely easier for them to use the application in their native language than in english. Also the topic marketing and sales. Because the best product does not have any impact, when nobody knows anything about it.

What is about numbers? In which context are they mostly used by a tourist? Also the topics health, eating and how to greet were defined as the main topics.

Invitation to a Cambodian family

As a highlight, Seiyon invited the team to her family for the rest of the day. So they will visit the rice fields, the little school from Seiyon and they will have dinner together with her Cambodian family. So a lot of new impressions are waiting for us.

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