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Vol. XI No.6 June 1 - June 30, 2012

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Rajaprajanugroh Foundation donates school supplies to Mae Cham

Chairman of Rajaprajanugroh Foundation under Royal patronage, Dr. Disathorn Vajarodaya listens to the students at the Rajaprajanugroh School at the donations presentation.

On June 8, 2012 the Chairman of Rajaprajanugroh Foundation under Royal patronage, Dr. Disathorn Vajarodaya and his team delivered school supplies for  students at Rajaprajanugroh school 31 in Mae Cham District.

The Rajaprajanugroh School founded the school in 1998 on 226 rai in Mae Cham District of Chiang Mai to provide education to highland children, the majority of whom come from disadvantaged rural areas. The school offers classes for children in Primary grade 1- 6 with 967 students 85 teachers and personnel. The students and teachers have great pride in their school and respect for the benevolence of HM the King for his support given through the Rajaprajanugroh Foundation.

Dr. Disathorn said that he wanted to improve the school library and to help offer the children greater knowledge. He added that knowledge from the internet alone is not the answer, that students need a variety of texts to improve their knowledge.

FERC Scholarships to Hang Dong children

The Foundation for the Education of Rural Children (FERC) donated 230,000 Baht worth of scholarships to further the education of 87 schoolchildren in Education District 4 in Hang Dong. (Photo courtesy of CityNow!)

Innovative Information Technology Symposium at Payap

The organizers were joined on stage by the speakers at the IT Symposium held at Payap University on June 1, 2012. Payap University has a thriving IT department featuring many cutting edge technologies.

On the 1st June 2012 the new IT department of the International College held an IT Symposium on Innovative Information Technology. Main sponsors of the event in order of contribution were Lenovo, Creative Kingdom Inc., CMNET and Lannacom.

Key note speaker, Eduardo Robles, CEO of Creative Kingdom Inc., demonstrated an impressive promotional video of his company, which is unsurprising since Creative Kingdom is involved in the production of all forms of digital media include film, music, advertising, cartoons and print. He is also and architect and is the visionary behind the CNX Wood project.

Other guest speakers where there representing  TOT Plc.; NECTEC (National Electronics and Computer Technology Center); SIPA (Software Industry Promotion Agency); Chiang Mai Creative City Development Committee; Dr. Thomas Tilley, Department of Information Technology, Payap University and Dr. Robert P. Batzinger, Faculty of Science, Payap University.

Chiang Mai is a rapidly changing city from the point of view of business and communications; a planned high speed train link with Bangkok, the opening up of Myanmar, and the creation of the ASEAN economic zone in 2015 will transform the economic future of Chiang Mai. The symposium hopefully gave a glimpse of what the future might hold. (Photos and text courtesy of Payap University)

IT students and visitors attended the symposium to hear the presentations of the many interesting speakers

Martin Venzky-Stalling of the Chiang Mai Creative City Committee made a presentation on the work that the CMCC has facilitated.

HEADLINES [click on headline to view story]]

Rajaprajanugroh Foundation donates school supplies to Mae Cham

FERC Scholarships to Hang Dong children

Innovative Information Technology Symposium at Payap


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