We will be the one (that change our country)

Today on Facebook page we just hit a 30,000 likes, a new chapter is waiting ahead. Let’s make the happy city for all!

I’d like to share with you today. Anyone who comes to this page would recognise its cover image which I had posted it since the very beginning, and it never changed. It’s my strong intention and ambitious vision that laid a foundation for all my works. I name the image “The City of Tomorrow” to remind us our sense of duty to make the city together. It’s my dream to have a city that all of its dwellers are living happily regardless of their physical conditions.

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Problem solving in a ‘new normal’ way, our real ability!

Problem solving in a new normal way, our real ability! Today I’d like to share with you some of our main progresses during the last month that we’ve collaborated and supported the wide range of our networks. Things are quite impressive actually. As long as I can remember they are: 1. The accessible parking design at Sa-mi-ti-vej Sri-na-ka-rin Hospital / work done in 1 week. 2. The physical barrier around the subway entrance at MRT Bang Pho station / issue reported, and acknowledged, to the top management within 10 minutes.

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Thailand’s People with disabilities Education Data

The number of registered PWDs in Thailand accounts roughly about 2 million people. Among this, I’ve selected some interesting fact, and one that raises a question, about PWDs’ educational level to share with you. What do you think? No doubt, education is a key factor, and gateway, to one’s pursue of quality life. We must help each other. Help rebuild our city with more equality and accessibility. When we have a truly accessible and equitable city where we can go anywhere we want, the disabled whose perception from the public is ‘less fortunate’, would be able to go to school …

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Saba’s Table : My healthy sandwich

Looked at the ingredient in my refrigerator, there are some vegetables left. The healthy sandwich is my always a choice, lettuce, cucumber, bell pepper, avocado and whole wheat bread. This is good for dinner, vegetables!, yes! lower calories. Here you go!, this is my healthy sandwich!! My secret is to add cheese in the sandwich to get the smell and taste as an appetizing. Yummy, dinner time!!!

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My lovely pizza!

After this new normal, I have to change my eating lifestyle. In a month I only had food from outside twice but mostly I cook it myself. Pizza is one of my favorite menu. I cook it in almost every morning to have it with coffee. I have been adapting and developing this menu until I found my perfect one and I want to tell you guys ‘it is really easy to make’.

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Do you know that, we’ve LINE too!!!

In Thailand, a lot of people are using the LINE application. We’ve our LINE chat room too, to stay updated, talk to us fast and easy > follow this link https://line.me/R/ti/g/udWEbAVBai or either use a provided QR code. Join us, be the one the power of change😘😘😘  

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Saba’s Menu: Chicken wing honey spicy

‘New Orleans chicken or Wing Zab chicken’, everyone knows these simple yet delicious menu. When we want to eat it, we go buy it. But now I choose to make it my own style, and it’s soooo easy to do! First I bought half a kilo of chicken wings at Foodland, about 90 Baht. I divided it into two meals, each contains about 6-7 pieces of chicken wings. After that, I rinsed and mixed it with some salt to deodorize its fishy smell. Now I blended it with fish sauce, honey, cayenne pepper, and black pepper, and then fermented it …

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ต้มยำกุ้ง ทำง่ายนิดเดียว อร่อยยยย

ช่วงอาทิตย์แรกของการปิดบ้านปิดเมือง สำหรับผมเรื่องอาหาร ตกลงไปมาก อาทิตย์ต่อๆ มา โชคดีหน่อย ที่ชาวคอนโด มีการช่วยเหลือกัน มีการขายอาหารและส่งกันถึงห้อง แต่ก็ยังไม่สมบูรณ์อยู่ดี อาหารบางอย่าง เราอยากทานแต่หาไม่ได้ นี่เป็นที่มาของการเริ่มลงมือ…

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Hello, lovely people. I’m getting better now. I will fly soon!

A little bird health report: Yesterday, Premier Pet Hospital sent me message: “The little bird is getting better now but he can’t eat by himself, we still need to feed him. Excretory system and wound is getting better, might need some injection for better healing. Today treatment we did a laser shots to help healing faster.”

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Heartless insurance

In the situation where people around the world have been fighting with the Coronavirus, people feel insecure. So, they have to find something to insure their life. It might be easy for all of you to do the insurance but not for people with disabilities. I have been hearing about Coronavirus insurance denied people with disabilities to do the insurance for a while but didn’t have a chance to deal with.

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From encouraging to sharing!

“I encourage you!” We often say this when we want to cheer up someone. “I encourage you!” I always heard this word since the day I jumped into this social contribution activity. “I encourage you!” It used to lift me up anytime I receive this word. I continued to receive countless encouragement like this. It came nicely, and it’s gone. At the end, nothing has changed, sadly. Now it’s my turn to encourage you to NOT encouraging anyone anymore. But instead you turn it into helping, sharing, or doing, whatever. I know encouragement is great. It starts with the inner. …

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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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“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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