ចំពោះ​ព័ត៌មាន​បន្ថែមអំពី​ការ​បិទ​​កម្មវិធី​ផ្សាយ​ចំនួន​៤​ភាសា​ ​សូម​មើល​ព័ត៌មាន​អំពី​ការ​ផ្លាស់​ប្ដូរ​យុទ្ធសាស្ដ្រ​ថ្មី​នៃ​អង្គភាព ABC International៖




ដាក់បញ្ចូលថ្ងៃ 10 April 2012, 15:43 AEST

មណ្ឌល The Couch សូម​ស្វាគមន៍។ ទី​នេះ​មិន​គ្រាន់​តែ​ជា​សូហ្វា​សម្រាប់​អង្គុយ​លេង​នោះ​ទេ ប៉ុន្ដែ​វា​ក៏​ជា​ទី​កន្លែង​ដែល​បណ្ដា​ជន​ពី​គ្រប់​ទិស​ទី​ក្នុង​ពិភព​លោក​អាច​ជួប​គ្នា​នៅ​ក្នុង​ក្រុង​មែលប៊ិន​បាន​ផង​ដែរ​ ដើម្បី​សំណេះ​សំណាល និង​រក​មិត្ដ​ថ្មីៗ​។ សូម​ត្រៀម​ខ្លួន​លោក​អ្នក​ដើម្បី​ក្លាយ​ទៅ​ជា​ពល​រដ្ឋ​ពិភព​លោក​។

Imagine you have just arrived in a new city. You barely know anyone and it’s hard to find your way around. You may wonder how you’re going to survive in this new city. For some people, having no friends can be painful. But there are often people to help out, as we found in Melbourne, Australia.

Billed by the The Economist as the most liveable city in the world in 2011, Melbourne is also a popular destination for international students, with more than 50,000 overseas students coming to this multicultural city every year.

Australian students often go to local pubs or bars to meet people. But some students don’t feel that comfortable in bars. So the Melbourne City Council and the Salvation Army got together to set up The Couch: a meeting place for international students.

Located in an alley at the heart of city, The Couch is always open for those who want to gain an enjoyable experience as a part of global community. You can meet new people from around the globe, sharing ideas, talking about things, enjoying food, and even exchanging languages!

Peter Hichaaba, the coordinator of The Couch, says this place is not only a couch but also a hub that can help international students in finding new friends. The centre runs various activities, including free dinners and language learning. There are also provides welfare-related services for international students, such as legal assistance and information for finding jobs.

The Couch helps international students such as Hannah, who feels like they are part of the city.

‘I don’t think finding and making new friends is a big deal in Melbourne’, says Hannah who is originally from China.

Let’s hear Peter talk about The Couch.

វាក្យ​ស័ព្ទ លាក់​



run conversations (verb)

Salvation Army

Melbourne City Council

វោហារសព្ទប្រើរាល់ថ្ងៃ លាក់​

bring up



មតិ​យោបល់​នានា​របស់​លោក​អ្នក​ នឹង​មិន​​ត្រូវ​គេ​ដាក់​បង្ហាញ​ឲ្យ​ឃើញ​ឡើយ លុះ​ត្រា​ណា​តែ​មតិ​យោបល់​ទាំង​នោះ ត្រូវ​ឆ្លង​កាត់​ការ​ត្រួត​​ពិនិត្យ​ពី​បុគ្គលិក​របស់​យើង​​ជា​មុន​សិន។ តាម​រយៈ​ការ​បញ្ជូន​មតិ​យោបល់​របស់​លោក​អ្នក​មក​យើង​ខ្ញុំ​ មាន​ន័យ​​ថា​ លោក​​អ្នក​យល់​​ព្រម​អនុលោម​ទៅ​តាម​​គោល​ការណ៍​នៃ​ សេចក្ដី​ណែនាំ​លើ​ការ​ប្រើ​ប្រាស់​សហគមន៍​របស់​យើង​។