In the lab …

Before yesterday, there wasn’t a lab. There were 10 boxes that the group had to haul around from place to place. In the boxes, 15 computers had been carefully packed by Leonard, and they were stowed with our luggage on planes, buses and in vans. “Boy, will I be glad when we get rid of these boxes,”said more than one student as we moved from Bangkok to Poipet to Siem Reap to Phnom Penh.

And yesterday, while we visited an NGO, Leonard unpacked and set up the computers at GCT headquarters, and student engineers Theo, Amanda and Chris helped to get them functional. Then, as we waited at a local restaurant, Leonard gave basic lessons in computing to some of the GCT staff.

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