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Andrew Biggs meets a wheelchair warrior who is relentless in his crusade to get justice for disabled people (Brunch Magazine, BangkokPost)

Got and opportunity to talk about the active projects that we’re currently working on. The magazine was published since 10 Sep 2017. Thanks to Andrew Biggs and BangkokPost for having us a change to speak and support us as always.

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Test: Platform Lift in Japan

Our primary mission is the traveling to search for the answer of what we are questioning. When you are in doubt of capability of something, you might want to go checking it out by yourself at first hand. Domestic trial right in our home country seems to be insufficient as Japan is the top-notch among the area we are talking about. So, I headed to the land of the rising sun. Platform Lift or stair lift is a kind of accessible equipment intentionally designed for wheelchair user. It has been developed to use in Thailand as well as you might …

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My visit to DPI-Japan, an organization who mainly involve the basic accessible facilities in Japan

DPI JAPAN On a journey to study the basic accessible facilities, the most important was to be able to test and examine whether it’s suitable and can be used in our daily lives. This is why I call my trip as a “mission for everyone”. In addition, testing is very important and also the information would be much more valuable when we could hear the stories from people who were being involved and work close to these issues. Finally, I got an opportunity to visit the DPI-JAPAN (http://dpi-japan.org/).

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Shoji san, the one who made a history of Japan movement.

Japan, a great country known for its global economic powerhouse, including electronics, robotics, automobile manufacturing and so on. As a matter of fact a lot of tourists from Thailand pays a frequent visit to Japan. And the transportation accessibilities are also the world best.  I have been doing a lot of research about Japan and accessible stories. However, the information I had received was just not enough. That’s why I decided to travel to Japan so that I can see things from my own eyes and to learn.

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Face on, the secret walk way…

The secret walk wayFrom the bad news, inspired me to do this video. Everyone got choices on their own wished, but not for PWDs. We got no right to get access to the basic facilities easily, and we have no even right to be ..fear ..of anything. Check out the ‘Face on, the secret walk way… (Video with English closed caption)’

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Congratulation to School of Communications Art students, Rang-sit University, who successfully held a seminar on a topic of ‘When Bangkok Metro Train is opportunity. How could we make it accessible for everyone?’

It all began when the students contacted me via this FB Page and asked some information and insight for conducting their university project, assigned by their lecturer. Fortunately, the lecturer was already part of our Transportations for All (T4A) community. When we got to know what was going on, the coordination went beyond smoothly. Personally, I always give priority for educational purpose. When some educational institutions contacted me to give a talk to their students, I would accept it most of the time. Anyway, before I jump into it, I would screen whether the students showed their motivation for learning, …

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The best basic accessibility and service, Japan metro train.

[Japan metro train test] Japan Metro Train Survey Since last year, on our private trip purposely to test all accessibility including services. What I have learned, the Japan transportation system designed based on the capacity of people in the small city. If you go there within a peak time, you will never be believed how many people are traveling.

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