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Because we have nothing difference: Race for Equality

Friends of mine always asked why you put so much efforts in practicing and exercising? Today I’d like to tell you something… In the past, as my aged, my body began showing signs for many weakness. It’s gradually getting worse. I then realised that it would be an absolute nightmare if I didn’t do anything. This worry and fear contributed to a project I called “#BESTRONG”

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Create an inclusive society in Asia 2019

  Last of March, we got such a wonderful opportunity to join works with Dr. Toshi, from Japan, in a project called “Create an inclusive society in Asia.” Grounded in his goodwill and intention, Dr. Toshi wishes to plant a seed of awareness and make a grand impact to the society for transformative changes in the whole region. The project is mutually a collaborative endeavor from Japan Taiwan, Vietnam, and Thailand with its members include both  non and with people with disabilities (PWDs).

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Hello Milos, thx for your help!

I meet a friend of mine who, from Germany, comes to Thailand for travelling. I call him “Milos” in short as his full German name is incredibly too long lol. Milos knew us since last year and had come into constant contact since then. He also knew perfectly that our financial situation isn’t that good. So he offers us some good one. I only have to deny him because it’s already wonderful enough being just friends, and also his support is more valuable than money. But his wife insists that “It’s our good intention and we’re truly happy to meet …

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A Feedback Letter from Lactasoy has been arrived! Thank You!

We previously issued an open letter to Lactasoy in regard to the misuse of priority parking by one of its driver. And in just a matter of hours, Lactasoy promptly replied us with a very clear and precise argument. I have attached the file so you can review it. In a nutshell it states that “On behalf of the company, the incident is utterly unacceptable and is considered a serious lack of responsibility, conducted by a personal judgment. The company has examined the involved driver and decided to make a punishment, and put the driver on probation. Nevertheless, the company …

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A Fatal Danger of Stairlift!! (Episode#1)

<On Editing> Anyone who is a regular user of public transports, whether BTS, MRT, or BRT, you might often recognise a mechanical device equipped beside the staircase. That device is called “stairlift,” or “platform lift.” The purpose of this device serves as a substitution of an elevator. It’s much easier for installation and less costly to facilitate people with disabilities. I first saw the use of stairlift in practice when I travelled in Japan. I later encountered it in Singapore and then realised that it is in use in many countries. “Hey, they provided it for you. Just getting access …

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New Van… is it accessible to all?

I just recognized the new van which already operated in some routes. From my perspective as seen from the outside, it looked no different than the typical model. I didn’t see a wheelchair logo, hydraulic system, or a low-floor entrance like those new operating bus model. Dear Prime Minister and Minister of Transport, Thailand has had a law regarding the requirements of accessible facilities for more than 10 years, this includes in public transport as well. Moreover, the current government policy also regards universal design for all as part of their strategy. These accessible facilities are built for all, and …

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“Society changes when you dare to step forward.”

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 …

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