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XII No.13 - Sunday June 30 - Saturday July 13, 2013


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Education
 

Santi Music School Charity Concert Proceeds

300 plus students from the Baan Nong Pla Man School in Mae Rim were on hand to greet Ajaan Santi.

By JP
At the start of the long school holidays, Ajaan Santi Saengthong along with part-time resident soprano You-ree Rho and others organized a very well-supported charity concert at the AUA auditorium. Ajaan Santi has organized such charitable concerts before and hundreds of pupils and students have benefitted from events like this over the last 7 years. The aim of the concert was to provide two worthy causes with money or gifts to help them in their work.
From the total proceeds of the evening, which came to a sum in the region of 19,000 baht after the deduction of essential expenses, a sum of 5,000 baht was given to the Blessing Foundation Organisation, one of whose directors attended the concert and talked briefly about the work of the Foundation.

JP, Ajaan Santi and the school Director Sayamrat Kunpradit on the day of the handover of the musical instruments.

The remaining money was then doubled in a generous gesture by Ajaan Santi and on Friday June 21st, Ajaan Santi accompanied by some of his staff, and musicologist Jai-Pee who acted as master of ceremonies at the March concert, went to present musical instruments valued at almost 30,000 baht to a chosen school in Mae Rim. The grateful beneficiaries were the pupils of the Baan Nong Pla Man school, who received 33 melodicas and 47 recorders. The Director of the school, Khun Sayamrat Kunpradit made the visitors welcome and on behalf of his 300+ strong schoolchildren and staff, gratefully received the instruments in front of the assembled youngsters.
The school, Ajaan Santi and all the other organizers and performers would like to thank those who supported this concert so generously and as a result, have enabled many young students and pupils to benefit from hands-on musical experiences that they otherwise would not have had. Apologies for not publishing this information earlier, the delay being due to the fact that the school did not re-open until the start of this month when the official arrangements were made.


TEDx student auditions

12 students gave talks in an audition held to speak at the main event in September.

12 students from Thai and international schools pitched their ideas and talks (4 in Thai) during the first student auditions for TEDxChiangMai held at the CMU Science & Technology Park at the Faculty of Engineering, Chiang Mai University on Wednesday, June 19, 2013.
A 2nd round is planned to take place in mid to late July. The 2nd round will focus more on university students and some of the Thai schools that didn’t make the first round. 3-5 of the best talks by students will be given the opportunity to present on the big stage of TEDxChiangMai 2013 on September 14, 2013.
TEDxChiangMai is an independently organized TEDx event operated under license from TED, it provides a platform for ideas worth spreading, a dialogue, a call for action, and a community of people who believe in ideas, creativity, innovation and collaboration. More information on TEDx Chiang Mai can be found on their website; http://www.tedxchiangmai.com/

One of the students giving their talks on stage.


Assistance for families

Chiang Mai Municipality Mayor Tussanai Buranupakorn presented housing and food assistance to 6 of the 2,000 grantees in Chiang Mai including cases of milk powder for babies and funds to relieve the burden of household expenses.


HEADLINES [click on headline to view story] :

Santi Music School Charity Concert Proceeds

TEDx student auditions

Assistance for families

 


 



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