Days ago I posted on Facebook to ask for a volunteer for field work. This young man, very soon after, sent a message to do the job. He’s a pioneer follower and has been following since that #PriorityParking video about 5 years ago. He read my recent post and wasted no time to made a contact to me. “Reeve” used to have a serious accident affecting almost the whole of his body from the top to the bottom. If you take a notice you would realise that his movement isn’t normal, and his arm isn’t quite healthy. But if you …Read More »
It was my first visit on Makro south Pattaya, thanks to the manager for warming welcome. Honestly, I’ve been told that he was just moved over from another branch and he is also willing to make Thailand change. Thank you!Read More »
Makro join #THEONE team and upgrading its accessible facilities for more inclusive, safety, and cleanliness.
25th of June, I went to participate in a meeting with the management team of Makro (Siam Makro). My role in this context acted like an advisor building understanding, providing information, and suggesting related issues as a whole. My guideline was to widen the perspective to include all groups of people, not just for PWDs, to provide equality and to all so that everyone is happy. We wish that they will set a new standard for construction and make proper service management after work. We’re pleased to be part of the team and willing to give more of …Read More »
Yesterday, went out with ThaiPBS team for the social society and accessible facilities update how good for the current government have been done. I would like to thank Preen, those fellow correspondents, photographers, and the news team for having me and for giving the opportunity to share our voice. Things would be better and problems would be solved when we are the one driving Thailand to be changed. BE THE ONE, BE THE POWER OF CHANGED! THANKS.Read More »
We’ve done an epic Facebook LIVE at Asoke intersection, a heart of Bangkok considered as a gateway to Thailand. Our special guests, Ben and Cordia, were experts in this field. Both are giving lecture at Thammasat University where Ben is an architect while Cordia is specializing in Service Design. During the end of the LIVE, an unexpected show-up of Mr. Mal, an Aussie gentleman, had provided a more candid feedback toward the topic.Read More »
The image had been taken during the beginning of October. Last year, Boat continued his degree in the UK for one year and now he’s recently graduated and headed back to Thailand. Some of you might already recognise our group of #TranslationForChange Teams. And Boat is one of them who has been active for almost two years, mainly translating from Thai to English. While he was in the UK, he remained so active in helping this. It’s another example that our world today is absolutely boundless, we can work from almost anywhere.Read More »
Last year teacher Ben sent me a message describing self-introduction. He is a special lecturer in Inclusive Design Innovation, in Design Business Technology Management (DBTM) course, Faculty of Architecture and Planning, Thammasat University. He invited me to give a special lecture to his students as a guest speaker which I was fabulously happy to do so, yes this is a sustainable way to solve many kinds of social problem is to create a new generation, transforming them to be a problem solver.Read More »
Deep inside, everyone has their own potentials for a great contribution to society. Count yourself as ONE!
I hope the images could translate my gratitude toward these wonderful people who came to support us. Though their background was from the different field of professions, their common was the same: the media, active social activist, back-stage executive, photographer, translator, adviser, and an avid supporter. Any problems could be solved with our spirit of harmony. It is not an issue for a particular kind of person. But every one of us is in charge of it in some way. Let’s walk together!!Read More »