• Works & Awards

    • 1. History of Creating New Teaching Materials

    • 2. Works as a teacher and management

      December 2007: Established and opened Japanese Language Department at Angkor University


      January 2010: Established “Science Program” as social contribution


      October 2010: Got approval for new teaching material from the Ministry of Education, Youth and Sport which Prof. Matsuoka has created since 2009.


      October 2014:



      - Started handling Japanese Language Proficiency Test (JLPT) as head of Siem Reap Site



      March 2015: Established Japanese Language Course, “Vocabulary and Grammar” at PUC-SR.


      June 2015: Concluded the Agreement about JLPT as test center at Siem Reap Site between Cambodia-Japan Cooperation Center (CJCC) and PUC-SR


      December 2015: Concluded MOU between CJCC and PUC-SR


      February 2017: Concluded MOU between Meisei University, Tokyo, Japan and PUC-SR


      April 2017: Concluded MOA between Meisei University and PUC-SR

      *Two Cambodian students went to Meisei University (1 month and 2 weeks)
      *One Japanese student came to PUC-SR as exchange student (1 year)


      December 2017: Concluded MOU between Takasaki University of Commerce, Gunma, Japan and PAÑÑĀSĀSTRA UNIVERSITY OF CAMBODIA, Battambang Campus (PUC-BB), and PUC-SR


      January 2018: Concluded MOU between Hijiyama University, Hiroshima, Japan and PUC-SR


      June 2018: Concluded MOU between Angkor Tiger Football Club, Siem Reap and PUC-SR


      August 2018: Concluded MOU between Hokuriku University, Ishikawa, Japan and PUC-SR


      September 2018: Concluded MOU between Asia University, Tokyo, Japan and PUC-SR


      July 2019: One student of PUC-SR went to Meisei University (2 weeks)


      September 2019:

      - Stop to work at PUC-SR.

      - Decided to stop handling JLPT as head of Siem Reap Site.

      - Took office as an advisor of International Exchange Program which supported by Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology, Japan.(Kaibara Senior High School)


      December 2019: Move to PUC-BB as Manager of International Relations.


      December 2020: Concluded

      - MOU between Hokuriku University, Ishikawa, Japan and PUC-BB

      - MOU between Kaibara Senior High School and PAÑÑĀSĀSTRA International School, Battambang Branch (PSIS-BB)


      March 2021: Concluded MOU between Department of Tourism, Battamban Province and PUC-BB

      3. Publication

      Instructor Book Game : “30 min. around Cambodia” < Geography & Arithmetic >

      4. Awards

      ・28 August, 2009: "Moni Sara Poan, Thipadin Prize" by the Royal Highness


      ・12 August, 2009: “Certification of Appreciation” from Education Minister, Im Sethy (2009)

    • "Moni Sara Poan, Thipadin Prize"

      The Royal Highness

      (Kingdom of Cambodia)

      28 August, 2009

      Related Certificate 1
      signed by The Royal Highness
      Related Certificate 2
      signed by The Royal Highness
      Related Certificate 3