Friday, October 26th, 2012
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While Cambodian people around the world are mourning and remembering their august King Somdach Preah Norodom Sihanouk who passed away at the age of 90 on 15 October 2012, younger Cambodian generations are shocked by the death of Lim Pisith who championed to anchor Cambodian flag on the top of Himalaya mountain. Pisith came back to Cambodia with different body but his heart, bone and spirit are still Pisith, a farmer boy of Cambodia who is not defeated by the Shangri-La or a Himalayan Utopia of the world. He is among those champions of the highest top of deadly adventuring. In the pictures, his mother is hugging Pisith with love and sorrow and his remains will be altered at his hometown of Srok Puok, Siem Reap. Pisith will be missed by many of his friends and Cambodian compatriots.
May he rest in peace and realize the challenges of life Buddha taught, Nibbana.