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Vol. X No.16 - October 1 - October 31, 2011


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Education
 

Chiang Mai Zoo Aquarium initiates edutainment camp

The Chiang Mai Zoo Aquarium has started an “edutainment camp” designed to not only educate and inform local children but to do so in a fun and interesting manner. The camp will teach kids about fish and underwater life, fish farming, how to make seawater for the aquarium and finally, teach them the basics of snorkeling. The camp is open to children above the age of 12. Interested parties can download the application form at or call 053 - 893-111. www.chiangmaiaquarium.com.
 


Mini fashion show for the kids

Snap for Boys and Pumpkin Pie for girls put on a Little Star fashion show at Central Aiport Plaza featuring cute local kids dressed in the latest cool weather fashions for children in Chiang Mai. The event was sponsored by Robinsons and Hug Dance Academy and included a contest for best model.
 


Mae Jo University winners return home

The winners returned home from Beijing recently and were
congratulated by their school mates.

The Mae Jo University team returned from Beijing where they took two titles in the Bosch Power Tools Asia Cordless Race 2011, beating out students from China, South Korean, Malaysia, and the Phillippines.

The Mae Jo team finished the final race of go-karts powered by Bosch cordless lithium ion technology in 1.43 minutes to take the championship. A team from Beijing Institute of Technology took second.

The Mae Jo team also won the 100 meter race showcasing the go-karts acceleration which took the race in 8.956 seconds.

The students designed and build all the parts including steering, the body and brakes themselves and powered the vehicles with engines using Bosch lithium-ion cordless technology.

The team’s secret, according to their adviser, was the lightweight of the go-kart and choosing a driver who weighed only 40 kilograms.

Bosch company executives designed the competition to encourage students to think creatively and practically.
 


Blossom day at Panyaden

School director Neil Amas joins in the Blossom Day activities

The weather held on Friday, September 30 for Panyaden School to hold their Blossom Day, a day for students and parents to enjoy fun and games at the school. Students participated in playing doctor (with a real blood pressure machine), making and selling food and snacks, and selling tickets and playing music. The students at Panyaden range in ages from kindergarten through the 6th grade and enjoy a creative, healthy environment that stresses independent thinking alongside rigorous academic classes. The school has been open a year and operates on Buddhist principles.

Students enjoyed the fun day, which included fun, learning activities that they could participate in with their parents and teachers.
 


HEADLINES [click on headline to view story]

Chiang Mai Zoo Aquarium initiates edutainment camp

Mini fashion show for the kids

Mae Jo University winners return home

Blossom day at Panyaden
 


 



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