Rattana Lao

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Rattana Lao holds a doctorate in Comparative and International Education from Teachers College, Columbia University and writes on education and development. She is based in Bangkok, Thailand.

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On Imagination and Misconception of Education: Dr. Susan Sclafani

The changing role of education stands at the heart of the conversation on the rapidly changing nature of work, technological revolution and future of...

Dhanin Chearavanont’s Vision on Education and the Secrets to Successful Business

Nakhonratchsima – 400 educators and business leaders gathered together to participate in the Forum for World Education, hosted by Chareon Pokkapand Group, the biggest...

Serving the country and the King: The Constitutional Court Justice Chiranit Havanond

December is an auspicious month for Thai people. On the 5th of December, the Kingdom celebrates the legacy of His Majesty the late King...

Technological Divide and Thailand’s Development: A Reflection of Dr. Narong Yoothanom

As the first Engineer who received the prestigious Ananda Mahidol Foundation’s scholarship, Dr. Narong Yoothanom graduated with Ph.D. from the Missouri University of Science...

Bringing “the people” back in: Forest Resources Conservation with Dr. Apichart Pattaratuma

With a lifetime dedicated to forest conservation, Dr. Apichart Pattaratuma reflected back on his career and what forest management means to Thailand. In the...

The Anandamahidol Foundation and the Legacy of Rama the Ninth of Thailand

Founded in 1955 by the late King Bhumibol Adulyadej, Rama the Ninth of Thailand, the Ananda Mahidol Foundation has supported and sponsored exceptional young...

“Democratize”Quality Early Childhood Education in Asia: Interview with Dr. Lydia Chan

The covid-19 has created a colossal impact on education. Schools have been closed around the world and students have been stranded at home. For...

Learning in light of crisis

Bangkok – The global pandamic of COVID 19 has hit the world in a way nobody has foreseen, let alone prepared to respond. It...

The end of the perfect melons

On May 2019, two melons from Hokkaido sold at the prices of 45,000 USD. Yes, you heard it right. Two melons. They were not your “regular” melons....

Youth for Youth: YALPI in Thailand

BANGKOK - 100 young people from all over ASEAN and Asia spent their weekends in Chulalongkorn University, Thailand thinking of the best possible ways to improve ASEAN...

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Unveiling the Bonds: A Journey through Pakistan – Japan Relations

Pakistan and Japan have developed steadily since the two...

University Career Expo in the New Era: Integrating ESG Principles into Education in Indonesia

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