Vutha is deeply attracted by her daughter's temperament, so she often visits the landlord's house. In Cambodia, it is not in line with festivals for unmarried women to interact with men, so they married with the blessing of their parents soon after. After marriage, Vutha lived with his father-in-law and mother-in-law, taking care of each other. When he first got married, Vutha worked full-time in an international NGO, and his wife ran a grocery store for the family.
Originally thought that opening a store would be a good way to take Image Manipulation Service care of the family and supplement the family, but did not expect to bring another burden to Vutha. Because his wife had to take care of the store and could not leave the store, and his father-in-law and mother-in-law were old and inconvenient to move around, the replenishment job fell to Vutha. For this reason, it was often difficult for him to balance full-time work.
Later, he simply resigned and turned to a part-time job. However, the part-time income was not stable enough to run a house, so I returned to work full-time in an NGO for 10 years after being introduced by a friend. With the birth of two daughters one after another, Vutha faced new challenges in her career. The youngest daughter started school at the age of 2 and a half, and Vutha rushes every day between the time scale of school at 8 o'clock and school at 4 o'clock. Although his boss trusted him and gave him a lot of flexibility and freedom, in the long run he couldn't keep up with the 9-to-6 work ethic, let alone the replenishment of the grocery store at home. Therefore, in 2017, Vutha proposed to the boss to halve the working hours and reduce the salary to 30% to 40% of the original. In the remaining time, he took Cambodian tutors to supplement the lost income.