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    Aiming for all-round articulation

    Learningpost, Purich Trivitayakhun, Published on 29/06/2010

    » The time for the grand finale of the three-day 1st Thailand World Schools Debating Championship (TWSDC) arrived earlier this month just as the curtain fell on the government-red shirt conflict.


    Sustainability Studies: A Must or just a Trend?

    Mylife, Wipa Pinyochotiwong, Published on 18/03/2010

    » About 40,000 Thai students travel overseas for further education each year. The majority, who are privately funded students, focus their choice of study on subjects related to business such as marketing, international business, finance, logistics, human resource etc. The lesser number of publicly funded students return home with degrees in science, education and subjects related to public services such as public health.


    Lasting Friendships can be a tall order

    Brunch, Andrew Biggs, Published on 21/02/2010

    » I was having a solitary lunch last Tuesday with my dear friend Evil Neil when a phone call came out of the blue. A phone call on my cellphone, that is. Regular readers are cognizant of Neil, a helpless victim of corporate cellular phone advertising who changes his phone as often as we eat somtam, and who, with every new device, plasters Superglue between it and his ear so that it's permanently stuck to his head - hence my "solitary" lunch with him last Tuesday.


    Concerned citizens

    Learningpost, Purich Trivitayakhun, Published on 06/04/2010

    » In Mae Chai district, in the northern province of Phayao, a group of youngsters from Mae Chai Wittayakom School are trying to get traffic lights installed at their town's Mae Suk junction.


    Webster boosts global ties

    Learningpost, Purich Trivitayakhun, Published on 06/04/2010

    » It can be said that international relations (IR) is one of the most popular fields of study among Thai students.


    Children on the margins

    Outlook, Vasana Chinvarakorn, Published on 07/01/2010

    » There is light in the eyes of these children as they laugh. It shines out of the darkness that surrounds them. Under the fluorescent glare, the youngsters are giggling or convulsing with laughter at the performances of their peers. One by one, they take turns staging one-of-a-kind shows - shadow and hand puppetry, a live theatre and singing skit, and even traditional ethnic Shan dances during which some appreciative audience members present the amateur performers with small cash gifts. The memorable night will no doubt be cherished by the youths for years to come. It's a rare opportunity for the 30 stateless children in Chiang Mai to spend three days learning the basics of art and producing this unique "festival" together.

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