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PTIS students at Hand to Paw and Care for Dogs nurse injured dog back to health

After 5 long and trying months of rehabilitation at the Care for Dogs shelter to save his severed back paw, Jame is reunited with his family today! Jame had a 75% chance of having his paw saved with the only solution being amputation of his entire back leg! Well he was a real fighter and a true testament to the inner strength of a dog!

The 9000 baht paw:-) All medical costs for Jame’s care was raised by Hand to Paw students through bake sales and dress up days as well as a generous donation from the USA. It goes without mentioning all the extra care and cost, food, daily wound dressing, meds, drives to the vet…that was provided by the Care for Dogs Foundation!

Kisses and cuddles all around with the happy reunion. The family also gave me a whopping giant hug as they were completely amazed at his recovery! Until this day it remains unknown who severed Jame’s paw with a machete.

CMU ranks in Asian Universities listings

Coming in at 67th overall for Asian Universities in the QS World University Rankings site, Chiang Mai University (CMU) outperformed many schools in Thailand, coming in second for Engineering and Technology in Thailand and a consistent third in Thailand in Life Sciences and Medicine, Natural Sciences, Social Sciences and Management, and fourth in Arts and Humanities.
The Life Sciences and Medicine Faculty outperformed Thammasat University and the Engineering and Technology Faculty topped out at number 2 in Thailand. QS World University Rankings is a peer reviewed ranking of the world’s top 500 universities using a methodology that has published annually since 2004 and in Asia since 2009.

Green Panyaden School Opens Its Doors

Parents and students arrive at Panyaden on the first day of school.

By Tan Li Li

Environmentally-friendly Panyaden School opened its doors to its first students on 18 May 2011. The students have much to look forward to in the new school year.

Panyaden School was founded to deliver a holistic education that integrates Buddhist principles and green awareness with the highly regarded The curriculum is taught in both Thai (50%) and English (50%) from Nursery right through to Prathom 6 (the end of Primary). Each class has a Thai teacher and native-English speaking teacher.

More details about Panyaden School can be found on or email: [email protected].

Students participated in activities designed to encourage them to interact and be environmentally aware.

Panyaden is a multi-cultural school which integrates Buddhist principles into its curriculum.

Classes are taught in Thai and English.

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PTIS students at Hand to Paw and Care for Dogs nurse injured dog back to health

CMU ranks in Asian Universities listings

Green Panyaden School Opens Its Doors