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Vol. XIII No.21 - Sunday October 19, 2014 - Saturday November 1, 2014


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Education
 

USA Education & Travel Fair at Maya promotes schools in the U.S.

Assistant Manager of Maya Lifestyle Shopping Mall Sarayut Thongrumpho presents a welcome gift to visiting musicians in the band Dangerflow. He is joined by (from left) Miss Chiang Mai, Deputy Governor Navin Sintusa-ard and U.S. Consul General Michael Heath.

By Shana Kongmun
Maya Lifestyle Shopping Mall held a USA Education and Travel Fair over the weekend of October 11 and 12, 2014. Booths from ACE Education USA, the U.S. Consulate General, Mentor International, Seven Stars Travel Agency and others were set up on the ground floor for interested students and travelers. The U.S. Consulate General and the U.S. Embassy sponsored a mini-concert by popular Florida, USA hip hop band Dangerflow. Many students and kids visited the fair and enjoyed the music.
The event was opened by Deputy Governor Navin Sintusa-ard, U.S. Consul General Michael Heath and Assistant Manager of Maya Lifestyle Shopping Mall Sarayut Thongrumpho. Before the Dangerflow show there were student performances and the band from Montfort College performing several fun songs including Pharrell Williams’ “Happy”.

Dangerflow took to the stage at Maya Lifestyle Shopping Mall on Saturday, October 11, 2014 to celebrate the USA Education & Travel Fair.


Amigo Vision Thailand and Rotary travel to Ban Mae Na Chon

Students at Baan Mae Na Chon meet with Amigo Vision Thailand’s TJ Bouma and Chiang Mai International Rotary Club members for a one day eye clinic held at the school. Amigo Vision Thailand uses donated mostly new glasses to provide needy students with individually tailored prescriptions for each person. The group saw about 70 students and staff but only four children and a few staff members needed glasses. Alan Pratt hosted and organized the event. This remote village is about 5 kilometers from Baan Mae Na Chon, the school services surrounding villages and has about 80 students. The school is supported by the Thai Border Control Police and is completely staffed by volunteers. (Photo courtesy of Peter Woods)


Payap Dean of Business Administration Faculty receives award

Komgrit Wongnang, the Dean of the Faculty of Business Administration at Payap University was awarded as Excellent Executive of the Year in the field of Academic Services & Social Development for 2014. The “One million goodness for The King, Awards of honors on life path, Thai award for Thai society, good person pays back to the land”was held by the “For Thai Social Foundation” from Privy Coundillor Ampol Senanarong at the Chulabhorn Research Institute Convention Centre on 6th October, 2014.


HEADLINES [click on headline to view story] :

USA Education & Travel Fair at Maya promotes schools in the U.S.

Amigo Vision Thailand and Rotary travel to Ban Mae Na Chon

Payap Dean of Business Administration Faculty receives award

 


 



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