Days ago I posted this an image with a sole comment “such a dangerous footpath”. Today I’d like to elaborate a little more. The footpath is located right next to the elevator when you step off the BTS Victory Monument station. It’s on the “hospital side” (opposite The Ideo Q Victory condo) of the road. Though newly built, this footpath shows signs of malfunction and quickly deteriorates as the followings:Read More »
Problem solving in a new normal way, our real ability! Today I’d like to share with you some of our …
Have been told from the exhibitor that this is the first time for TEDxCharoenkrung with a ramp insta…
It was my first visit on Makro south Pattaya, thanks to the manager for warming welcome. Honestly, I…
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 …
We’ve done an epic Facebook LIVE at Asoke intersection, a heart of Bangkok considered as a gateway t…
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Last year teacher Ben sent me a message describing self-introduction. He is a special lecturer in In…
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.…
We will be the one (that change our country)
In recent days I came back to exercise heavily. That made my body fitter and at the same time, however, I began to feel badly strange every time I breathe. Today when I looked out the window, I saw the sky unclear and heavy smog was clouding. I then checked the AirVisual app and so shocked once again what I found out…it came back!😱Read More »
I do always stress this phase, and I’m gonna do it again. Admittedly, there are problems everywhere around us. Yet a problem itself is not as problematic as your attitude to deal with it. What’s more important is the people who step forward to make a change, who no longer deny to remain an avid criticizer, who refuse to compromise standard. As a society, you must make a change now. Begin from what you’re good at or feel comfortable. Otherwise we’d be filled up with mountains of problems. Let’s make a move!Read More »
This image took place at Rama9 interaction. It’s a common scene in Bangkok a local is so used to it. We wondered how to cross the road like this. After scrutiny you would realise that even ordinary people find difficulty in crossing it. The crossing is doubly worse, and almost practically impossible, for PWDs. Why? 1. The road and footpath is extremely in different level. The ramp that you see is not functional as it’s not seamless or stepless when you go down from footpath. This might crack down any wheelchair users easily.Read More »
This is the photo of the Rama 9 Intersection I took a few days ago. It is a thing that we get used to see when we pass by. I am also the one who has grown up in this city and seen this image since I was a child. Today, I simply think that if we want to make solve this problem, we need to do it by ourselves. Let’s call for action! I invite you all. This problem would be gone, if we “all” work together to fix it. Let’s clean up “our house” together.Read More »
Six years of relentless endeavour for the equal rights and fairness FOR ALL. Thank you for every single one of your efforts.
The 6th anniversary of Accessibility Is Freedom! Finally we’ve got a Thai official name “เข้าถึงและเท่าเทียม” On 15 August 2014, I launched the very first video clip about accessible parking problem. Since then, with relentless fight for equality as well as strong collaborative networks from countless parties and individual endeavour, it’s not exaggerated to say that we see some significant accessibility improvement in Thailand. Our works still prevail and continuously move forward, even more extensive.Read More »
[7 August 2020] Today I woke up so early at 3 a.m. because I have two stellar missions to do. I’ll have to drive at least 219 km. having two important meeting at east side of Thailand and North side Bangkok. The estimated expense today will be around 1,000 Baht, toll fee and gas, with heavy focus while meetings. This kind of expenditure occurred regularly along my almost 6-year intensive social work.Read More »
Yesterday I went to JET Computer Plus, a trusted local reseller at Fortune Town, to buy 2 HDD 6TB for work storage. This purchase was made possible by your supports through donation. Once again, I guarantee that you can access to track ALL transactions, every piece of it since the very beginning. Everything is transparent and organised. You can reach me out to ask any questions, I’m more than pleased to answer you. Access to all transactions: https://www.accessibilityisfreedom.org/en/income-expenses/ From now on, I’ll update you every of my work movement so you know the recent activity as well as aware that …Read More »
Along the past 6 years of my intense social contribution, I’ve paid focus on tools for effective communication to convey the best message to everyone. In doing that, it inevitably costed a price to pay, a big amount of expense. When I made a serious field survey: shooting or editing, it needed a storage to collect that useful information. Our close team members would recognise that I put emphasis on storage, all data must be kept safely and conveniently. I already purchased several extra storage tools. But since my finance is not doing quite well recently, this act must be …Read More »
According to my last area survey, some might say that it’s “too much”, it’s coming and “can’t hold it”. Here is the picture for an example. In the PTT gas station – Bang Na, there are 2 toilet areas for normal people (male and female). I assume that there should be around 20 rooms in total. However, each area has 1 room for PWDs and one of these two is out of service. So just only 1 left still available.Read More »
Let’s see what we have contributed… 1. Advising on the 2nd phase of the High Speed Rail Project (Nakhonratchasima – Nong Khai) at Nakhomratchasima province 1.1 Encouraging and empowering the local PWDs there. This was also to build a strong connection. 1.2 Advising and providing practical information about accessible infrastructure to their responsible department of design and architecture. 1.3 Expected travel expense was about 4,000 Baht. Fortunately, this was subsidized.Read More »
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.Read More »
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.Read More »
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 …Read More »
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!!!Read More »
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’.Read More »
Bangkok is a big city that has environmental issues, especially in air pollution, same as the others. The positive side of shutting down the city during last 2 months is that the environment can recovery itself. These issues come from nobody but us.Read More »
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😘😘😘Read More »
Just incase you’re on twitter, hands up and give us a shout😘😘😘Read More »
‘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 …Read More »