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Ratchawithi Skywalk

ภาพ สมาชิกประชุม ถ่ายภาพร่วมกันทุกคนยกกำปั้น สัญลักษณ์ สนับสนุนและเดินหน้า

This has been a long-standing project, with many discussions among the city officials. Finally, we are moving forward. The official meeting with the local user group received a positive response, and everyone is supportive. The good concept design for the Skywalk seems to be located next to the road, with a width of 4m, which should be alright.

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Bangkok’s Air Pollution Problem (?)

ภาพ สภาพอากาศเหนืออาคารที่อยู่อาศัยบริเวรขอบๆ เมือง

The weather conditions above residential buildings, looking far into the distance around 5 kilometers, seem to indicate dust and smoke, visible to our eyes. It looks like this all the time and becomes clearer after rain. In the huge city, where people live closely together, this has become quite common. We just want to show it to all of us, make us aware that the problem is caused by us, and it’s up to us to fix it.

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[Special Lecture] Sustainable Development & Support System (Faculty of Social Administration, Thammasat University – Tha Prachan Campus – International Program)

ภาพ ถ่ายรวมหลังบรรยาย

This year marks the 5th year we’ve had the opportunity to give a special talk to the 17 international students of Thammasat University, Tha Prachan Campus, and this year I had more guest joining us. As always, we and activities where students experienced being less-able body, even just for a short time, to raise the awareness and empathy for those whose bodies have changed…

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Interview: On the use of Elevator and Employment of Persons with Disabilities (ThaiPBS Evening News 16 July 2023)

ภาพ ผู้สื่อข่าวกำลังนั่งสัมภาษย์ซาบะ

My extend writing belong to an interview was brief and possibly incomplete speak: Elevator usage: Considering relevant laws and the intended purpose, it can be interpreted as “reserved for those in need” and should be respected. However, from the perspective of persons with disabilities, it is all about “Inclusive Living” and utilizing various facilities.

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