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  • TECH

    Socialising in a networked world

    Outlook, Sirinya Wattanasukchai, Published on 13/09/2010

    » Once the team meeting was over, frustrated Surakiat (not his real name) couldn't wait to get back to his cubicle. On the way out, he started typing furiously on his BlackBerry to share what was on his mind. Seconds later, several hundred of his friends could learn not only what was on his mind, but also what was going on in his office and his perception of his bosses and company.

  • NEWS & PR

    One scholar at a time

    Outlook, Niki Chatikavanij, Published on 31/08/2010

    » When she announced that she loved children on the way to winning the Miss Thailand crown, 1988 Miss Universe Porntip Nakhirunkanok Simon wasn't joking.

  • TECH


    Outlook, Samila Suttisiltum, Published on 09/10/2010

    » Emotional sensitivity in check?

  • NEWS & PR

    Special Education

    Outlook, Arusa Pisuthipan, Published on 12/10/2010

    » Children with special needs have usually been perceived as those born with abnormalities. But Paweeporn Srivisart thinks otherwise.

  • NEWS & PR

    Leadership for Change

    Outlook, Published on 26/07/2010

    » The Right Livelihood Foundation has invited leaders from various sectors to take part in this path-breaking series of training on the theme of "Leadership for Change".


    Toy & Comic Expo Asia 2010

    Outlook, Published on 28/06/2010

    » After receiving such warm praise for Toy & Comic Expo Asia 2010 in the provinces, the Software Industry Promotion Agency (Sipa) is inviting interested persons to the last leg of the series, to be held at Dhurakij Pundit University, Bangkok, from July 2 to 9. The previous workshops in Chiang Mai, Phuket, Khon Kaen and Nakhon Ratchasima were attended by many students and entrepreneurs on animation and comic character copyrights.


    Climate change negotiator

    Outlook, Piyaporn Wongruang, Published on 30/06/2010

    » After long hours in a closed meeting room at climate change negotiations in Bonn earlier this month, Dr Surachai Sathikunarat, a young Thai climate change negotiator, should have had peaceful coffee breaks.

  • TECH

    From YouTube to Bangkok

    Outlook, Published on 07/07/2010

    » Global phenomenon Charice Pempengco is coming to Thailand for a showcase on July 23. One step closer to being known by simply her first name, Charice started out as a wonder of YouTube, where clips of the little girl belting out classic numbers from the likes of Celine Dion and Whiney Houston have been seen by millions.


    KIS International School takes a stand

    Outlook, Published on 25/03/2010

    » Despite the blistering sunshine and high temperatures, KIS International School students, teachers, staff, parents and community members recently joined the activities of World Water Day and the World's Longest Toilet Queue Guinness World Record attempt by forming a toilet queue on their campus sports pitch that numbered 520 people strong. KIS Kindergarten class (5 to 6 years of age) was responsible for initiating the KIS World Water Day action. The class collectively decided that the only solution was to mobilise the whole school community to draw attention to the toxic conditions many children live in around the world. Kindergarteners visited every class on campus, right up to the 18-year-old diploma students, giving each class a presentation in order to educate them about World Water Day and encouraging them to join the toilet queue.


    Learning important lessons in a fun way

    Outlook, Ploenpote Atthakor, Published on 11/03/2010

    » It was a busy day for Kesanee Kodkham, a Grade 8 student at Phya Lor Witthayakom. Her school was the host of the "Buddhism and Science Expo", a fun and spectacular event that combines various fields of knowledge for youths in Thailand.

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