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How I’m supposed to fucking go?!

To Bangkok Government gentlemen: If we investigate and found that you’ve approved this shit, you’re fucked up because this is totally wrong and obviously ILLEGAL. Prepare for that. To the ones who built this: Gentlemen, you better care others more, people like me, your bro, and many more in real need. I’ve advised you guys for fucking free for so long. And is this the outcome? Come on man.

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Latest news: Bua Yai Junction railway station, Nakhon Ratchasima

According to the image, I have just received the latest news from our associate group. I am glad that “at least” we have some positive news. Anyway, I told them not to be happy yet. We have to wait until it’s all done, make a full trial and proceed with the follow up work closely. This topic will be presented to the State Railway of Thailand (SRT) and the Transport Minister as information of problem solving and protection for the entire system.

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The Accessible Parking: Who can legally park? (Regarding to The Law & Regulation)

The misuse of the accessible parking has been a prevalent, and long-instilled, problem in our society. This is obviously an act that’s against the law and in total disregard for the need. Knowing the limit of one’s rights as a citizen, thus, is crucial than ever. So today I’d like to share with you some quick take-away facts, compressed from pages of law papers. I took it from the section about the legal requirements, in 2005, it said there are 3 groups of people that can legally park on the accessible parking

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Fashion Island’s Family Parking – is not just WOW but it is THE BEST in Thailand, THE BEST in the world!

Since the past many years, Fashion Island has been one of shopping malls that we’ve engaged in a deliberate consultancy. It keeps improving to match its grand goal: ‘a shopping mall for all’. Recently, we joined the meeting once again and one of the managements threw a commitment word to us, “Good is not enough guys. It must be WOW!” The situation was better now after the peak of the Corona Virus, so yesterday was my first field survey and I was shocked by what I’d seen before my eyes.

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A one simple sentence that reflects the entire development and condition of PWDs in Thailand.

‘Too inconvenient to go out, so I just stay home.”, said a student during my special lecture for the young generation of PWDs. Yep, this is the long-lasting reality, a cold fact of the unspoken till this day. The “inconvenience” serves as a hindrance which makes PWDs uncomfortable to go out to see the outside world. This “inconvenience” shuts down the windows of opportunities and all possible developments a person could fulfil. No wonder why there are so few, if not none, successful PWDs in the society, and the government still needs to support them continuously. Yes, a one simple …

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‘Power of new generation will cause sustainable change to our country’ | Special lecture: Universal Design for the 3rd year students from faculty of architecture, Thammasat university, Rangsit campus.

In a past few years, we have got contact from Thammasat university, also students who contacted me by them self and professors who asking us to give some special lectures, this year Prof. Han-sa who teaches in ‘UD352-Mega City in the Global South’ also have us a called. “I’m appreciated that professor giving us the opportunity to pass-on our knowledge to the students which is very worth it”, I said that I first met the her.

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I’m living in prison

Thai laws and regulations are actually great, yet its enforcement to make it into practice is still highly ‘unsatisfied’. Most buildings, if not all, are built in disregard to the inclusive accessibility ‘for everyone’. They include residential buildings like condo and rental apartment, office buildings, and almost every place in our daily life.

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