Borey's Oral History

Item

Title

Borey's Oral History

Synopsis

● Borey, 28, Phnom Penh, Khmer
● Starting his doctor career in the midst of pandemic
● Everyone in his family still had to go to work as normal
● Acknowledged some discrimination against Chinese (tourists) and returned migrant workers

Date Created

January 20, 2021

Language of interview

Khmer

Index

Biography 1, see also ‘Job’
Changes to daily routine
-Hygiene 4-5
-Outings 4
-Work see ‘Job’
Comparison with other crises 5-6
Daily life necessities
-Food 5-6
-Masks 5
Description of Covid-19 2-3
Discrimination against
-Chinese 11
-Returned migrant workers 11
Financial impacts of Covid-19 7
Information sources on Covid-19 and related measures 2-3, 6, 8, 11-12
Job 1-3, 4, 7, 11
Post Covid-19 hopes 12
Response measures for Covid-19
-Assistance for Covid-19 relief 9-10
-Breaking rules 8
-Consequences for breaking rules 7-8
-Government measures 7, 10
-Local measures 10
-Online learning 3-4
-Quarantine/self-isolation 10-11
-Reactions to measures
--Family and friends 9
--Personal 8
-Workplace measures 4
--Treatment for Covid-19 patients 11
Social media 8, 10-11
Vaccines 9-10, 12

Item sets

Borey's Oral History Borey's Oral History (translation)