I was invited to talk with wonderful kids at Ajarn Andrew’s English class, let see what story I’d talk with them. This’s my special editing, with extra images to provide. Big thanks to Ajarn Andrew Biggs. Ps. My answer to a missing question: One who wears Finisher t-shirt is one who completed a 42 Kilometers marathon.Read More »
‘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.Read More »
“The best solution is the education and true understanding” : A special lecture on ‘Inclusive Design’ for DBTM Thammasat University
“My dream city is a fully inhabitable city that works for every citizen who can happily live with equality”, said one of many phases I told a group of 102 sophomores from the Faculty of Architecture and Planning, Thammasat University. I was given a wonderful opportunity to attend as a guest speaker here for the second consecutive year. Before the day, I arranged a meeting with Teacher Ben to discuss on how the contents should be structured as well as the main goal of the lecture. We intended to raise awareness, make critical understanding, and build deep inspiration toward the …Read More »
Special Lecture on ‘Inclusive Design for the Inclusive Living’, Design Business Technology Management Programme, Faculty of Architecture and Planning, Thammasat University
It was fantastic! For a special lecture days ago with incredible 77 sophomores in Design Business Technology Management Programme, Faculty of Architecture and Planning, Thammasat University. It began with a lecturer of the faculty contacted me via FB Page saying that he was my long-time fan and passionate on inclusive design as it is part of our lives. He also used to be a temporary disabled which greatly changed his attitude since then. So, he would like me to give a talk to inspire his students.Read More »
It was my pleasure to be invited by Dr. Budsakayt Intarapasan, The Assistant to the President for Student Development of King Mongkut’s University of Technology Thonburi (KMUTT), to be her special guest speaker at the university. She initiated a project called “Project X / Extreme Living”, dedicated to educate young generation of people of disabilities to prepare them before leaving to the outside world. The lecture consisted of 23 futures of the nation in total. They came from all around Thailand.Read More »
Students contacted me because they wanted more information about the accessibility issue associated with sky walk. They would like to send accessibility project report to their professor. I asked for all the students have to involved in the project, to let them understand the real problem.Read More »
Young Gen Meet UpLast Saturday, I had a lecture at Redemptorist Vocational School for People with Disabilities, in Pattaya. These young students had been studying in Information Systems Development area for two years and they were about to graduate. They’re going to split out and walk on their own ways. And I was there to inspired them.Read More »
Young Gen Meet Up 2014 – Saba and friends as the lecturing at Redemptorist Vocational School for Disabled, Pattaya.
Young Gen Meet Up It has been more than 25 years for me working in the IT field. Ten years after completing my study, I strode forward to follow my dream career, and devoted my soul and time doing what I loved. However, I realised that there were lots of people in our societies were badly in need of the opportunities. This point of view set me forward to become a contributor who worked hard to gratefully return benefits to the societies I lived in. Ten years since then I am still continually working on it.Read More »