Alumnus Receives Photography Grant
Mar 10 2016

An alumnus of Mahidol University International College (MUIC), Mr. Sirachai “Shin” Arunrugstichai, was recently selected by the Save Our Seas Foundation (SOSF) to be one of two recipients of the Marine Conservation Photography Grant 2016

Mr. Sirachai, who obtained a bachelor’s degree in Environmental Studies, will receive a $2,000 cash prize and a paid-three week photo assignment to document an SOSF-supported marine research or conservation project. In a statement,150_marine_conservation_photography_grant the assignment could both be a learning and earning opportunity for the winners as they would be mentored by veteran photographers. They would also have the opportunity to showcase their works at international exhibitions. Their photographic outputs will also be published in the SOSF magazine.

Alumnus Receives Photography Grant

In an interview, Mr. Sirachai said, “(This grant) would definitely help boost my career. Receiving mentorship and guidance from among the best in this field would help me make better photos with a stronger conservation message to the wider audience.”

Cr. Save Our Seas Foundation

Scholars celebrate at Mahidol
Mar 03 2016

Mahidol University, Bangkok, Thailand. Thursday 3 March 2016. A dual degree affiliation agreement between one of Thailand’s leading universities, Mahidol University, and St George’s University in the Caribbean island of Grenada, has been marked by the award of scholarships, by St George’s University, to two Mahidol students.

Scholars celebrate at Mahidol

The main scholarship has been given to Chandra Bahadu from Myanmar, who studied for his first degree in biological sciences at Mahidol University International College. With a scholarship valued at 75 percent (approximately US $190,000) of his total tuition fees,he will now be able to pursue his four year medical degree at St George’s University School of Medicine. A partial scholarship, valued at US$85,000, was also awarded to Natnicha Noppornmongkul, who will also study at St George’s University School of Medicine.

At the award ceremony at Mahidol, the Dean of Mahidol University International College, Phitaya Charupoonphol, said that St George’s University has “an enviable reputation for turning out international graduates who are successful in obtaining residency training placements in the US and UK. I am confident that, through their mutual efforts and commitment, our scholars will achieve much more as they continue to develop their studies.”

Dean Charupoonphol thanked the President and Chief Executive Officer of St George’s University, Dr G Richard Olds, as well as the Chancellor and Founder, Dr Charles R Modica, for their support for the scholarship awards.

“Through our affiliation agreement, our students need to complete three years of pre-medicine study before being accepted as first year medical students and eligible for a dual degree. This is an enormous and career developing opportunity,” he added.

In a special message, read for him by St George’s University representative Patrick Orr, Dr Olds said that he was proud St George’s University had teamed up with one of Thailand’s leading educational establishments.

“I am fully aware of the long and historic contribution that Mahidol has made to the medical profession in Thailand and the region,” he said. “We, at St George’s University, have pioneered the concept of international medical education and have graduated over 13,000 physicians into the global healthcare system. Out two new scholars will be very much at home on our diverse campus with representatives from all over the world.

Scholars celebrate at Mahidol

“We have a philosophy at our university – that those who study with us, particularly those who benefit from our scholarship awards, should return to their countries of origin and bring home their skills, talents and commitment to their own medical professions.

“Our congratulations to our two new scholars today.”

MUIC Students Occupy Top MU Council Posts
Feb 16 2016

Three students from Mahidol University International College (MUIC) were selected to be officers in the Mahidol University Student Council in February 2016.

Mr. Min Intapichet, a Food Science and Technology major, was appointed as Student Council President. Ms. Nuanprang Ritteepamorn, who is an International Business student, was selected as International Relations Assistant. The third student, Ms. Phatcharaporn Chokbunsuwan, a Business Economics major, was designated as a member of the International Relations committee. The university student council has more than 40 members from various faculties and colleges. The objectives of the student council include approving projects and the budget of the University Student Association, to verify and evaluate the Student Association’s policies, and to find the best solutions for student grievances.

MUIC Students Occupy Top MU Council Posts

Business Students 1st Runner-up in Marketing Plan Contest
Jan 30 2016

Three Business Administration students from Mahidol University International College (MUIC) won 1st Runner up in the “Philips Marketing Plan Competition 2016” held on January 30, 2016 at the Thai Summit Tower.

Mr. Roman Svetkin, Mr. Piyawat Sangprasertkrid and Mr. Hayeong Oh of the Zero to Hero Team were awarded a cash prize of 30,000 Baht, a certificate and other items.

Business Students 1st Runner-up in Marketing Plan Contest

The trio presented their marketing plan to a panel of executives from Philips Electronics (Thailand) Ltd., the competition’s organizer and sponsor.

MUIC Student Joins Dutch Embassy Event
Jan 29 2016

Ms. Chiraphat Srisittiruk, a Finance Major from Mahidol University International College (MUIC), participated in the “Orange ASEAN Urban Eco-Design Factory” event organized by Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Netherlands in cooperation with the private sector and partner non-government organizations.

This event was for young professionals and students from the Netherlands and the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) countries who are working on finding innovative entrepreneurial solutions for real sustainability problems. It also aims to train them in translating social issues into sustainable business opportunities. The event was held on January 11-29 , 2016 at the Embassy of the Netherlands in Bangkok, Thailand.

MUIC Student Joins Dutch Embassy Eventt

Business Student Wins 1st Place in Nationwide Dance Contest
Jan 25 2016

Ms. Ann-chalee Wildgatsch, a Business Economics student and also President of the Cheer and Dance Club, won 1st Place with her 20-member dance team “Zion Dance Crew” in the “To Be Number One Teen Dancercise Thailand Championship 2016” held on 23-24 January 2016 at MCC Hall at the Mall Bangkapi. They received the Princess Ubolratana Rajakanya trophy.
MUIC Students Occupy Top MU Council Posts

Alumni Behind “Mother Trucker” Get Award
Jan 06 2016

Congratulations to our alumni, Mr. Pat Hinchiranan, Mr. Thanawut Apithanakun, and Mr. Kanit Prapha, the owners of Mother Trucker, for winning the Wongnai Awards 2015 for Best Food Truck on December 16, 2015 at Aksra Theater King Power. The Wongnai is the biggest and most popular food website that features up to 150,000 restaurants in Thailand. The website gives recognition to restaurants which receive more than 300,000 reviews out of the website’s 1.5 million members.

Alumni Behind “Mother Trucker” Gets Award

Trap Shooter from MUIC Wins Silver Medal
Dec 15 2015

An MUIC International Business student won a silver medal in the recently concluded “39th Southeast Asia Shooting Championships 2015” held in Jakarta, Indonesia.

Trap Shooter from MUIC Wins Silver MedalMr. Sirawit Temmart, an accomplished trap shooting player in the Thai national team, won 2nd place in the Double Trap Men Individual category during the tournament held from November 16 to 26, 2015. He said it is his best achievement in the ASEAN level so far and vowed to attain higher scores in future competitions.

MUIC Student in One Young World Summit 2015
Nov 26 2015

Mr. Tanachai Ruengchaisit, an International Business Student from 150_one_young_world_summit_2015_2Mahidol University International College (MUIC) was selected to participate in the Thai Young Leaders Programme on 18-24 September 2015 at the Bangkok Art and Culture Center and became Thailand’s delegate to the One Young World Summit on 18-21 November 2015 at Centara Grand Hotel at Central World, Bangkok.

One Young World Organization is a UK-based non-profit organization that gathers together the brightest young people from around the world, empowering them to make lasting connections to create positive change. The organization holds an annual summit where the most valuable young talent from international and national companies, non-government organizations, universities and other forward-thinking organizations are joined by world leaders who act as the One Young World Counsellors. At the summit, delegates debate, formulate and share innovative solutions for the pressing issues that the world faces. Bangkok was selected to be the host of One Young World Summit 2015.

MUIC Student in One Young World Summit 2015

MUIC Student Wins TACGA Animation Competition
Oct 12 2015

Mr. Krittin Phunghansaporn, a Communication Design Program (CDP) student of Mahidol University International College (MUIC) was awarded the top prize of 30,000 Baht for his entry to the Student Animation Competition organized by Thai Animation and Computer Graphics Association (TACGA) and Western Digital Corporation (WD) under the theme “The Power of Choice.” One of the conditions of the contest was that competitors must create their works (either animation or motion graphics) using WD Hard Disk Drive’s colors (WDBlue, WDGreen, WDBlack, WDRed, and WDPurple).
Mr. Krittin’s entry was entitled, “The Power of Choice.” It was a short stop-motion film about a man and a cat performing several activities, with the man appearing in different colors using the colors of the sponsor’s product. Besides prizes that had been awarded, this competition also provided opportunities for Animation Students to participate in the Workshop Day and Coaching Day that featured TACGA’s professional animators. The result of the competition was announced on August 21, 2015 at TK Park, Central World.

Congratulations Class of 2015!
Sep 07 2015

A total of 636 graduates from Mahidol University International College (MUIC) participated in the university-wide commencement exercises held on September 7, 2015 at the Prince Mahidol Hall in Salaya campus.

Congratulations Class of 2015!Ms. Yer-San Chen, who received a B.A. in Social Science, led 15 other graduates in the 1st Class Honors List. Ms. Chen had a cumulative GPA of 3.94.

Congratulations Class of 2015!During MUIC’s “Congratulations Ceremony” held on September 1, Mr. Narongpol Sathorn, as representative of the Class of 2015, delivered the valedictory address. Mr. Sathorn also graduated with a degree in Social Science and he was the former Vice President of the Student Association in Academic Year 2013-2014.

Bachelor of Business Administration graduates comprised the majority of this year’s batch with 457 graduates, followed by Bachelor of Arts (81), Bachelor of Science (76), and Bachelor of Engineering (22).

MUIC Outstanding Alumni Awardees 2015
Aug 20 2015

Mahidol University International College (MUIC) proudly presents the recipients of the Outstanding Alumni Award 2015. They will receive official recognition on September 1, 2015 at the MUIC Graduation Ceremony 2015, MUIC Auditorium. There are five award categories: Academic, management, professional, community service, and rising star.

MUIC would like to congratulate Asst. Prof. Dr. Teeranee Techasrivichien, Outstanding Academic Alumni Awardee 2015; Mr. Thosapol Suppametheekulwat, Outstanding Management Awardee 2015; Mr. Phee Boonchanawiwat, Outstanding Professional Alumni Awardee 2015; Dr. Thadthong Bhrammanee, Outstanding Community Service Alumni Awardee 2015; and Ms. Charoenporn Kaewmanorom, MUIC Rising Star Alumni Awardee 2015.

Outstanding Academic Awardee 2015
Asst. Prof. Dr. Teeranee Techasrivichien (MUIC Class of 2007)

Asst. Prof. Dr. Teeranee Techasrivichien graduated from Mahidol University International College with a degree in Biological Science in 2007. She then continued her studies at the Graduate School of Agriculture in Kyoto University, Japan majoring in Agriculture. She achieved her Doctoral degree in Medical Science at the Graduate School of Medicine in the same university.

Currently, Asst. Prof. Dr. Teeranee is a Faculty Member at the School of Public Health, Kyoto University. She has five research papers published in international academic journals and conducted many oral and poster presentations in international academic conferences. She received the Best Poster Award for her research work entitled, “Changes in Sexual Behavior and Attitudes Across Generations and Gender Among a Population-based Probability Sample of an Urbanizing Province in Thailand” at the World Health Summit Regional Meeting in Asia on April 13-14, 2015, in Kyoto, Japan. Moreover, Dr. Teeranee’s study group has also received the Best Oral Presentation Award for her research work entitled “A Cross- sectional Study on Infection Control Practice, Knowledge and Attitude Among Dental Care Professionals in 8 Regions.” at the 13th Congress of the International Federation of Infection Control XIII Argentine Congress on Epidemiology, Infection Control and Patent Safety, ADECI, Buenos Aires, Argentina, October 2-4, 2013.”

Outstanding Management Alumni Awardee 2015
Mr. Thosaphol Suppametheekulwat (MUIC Class of 2003)

Mr. Thosaphol Suppametheekulwat graduated in Marketing and Management from MUIC. He then obtained his master’s degree from the College of Management Mahidol University majoring in General Management.

Presently, Mr. Thosaphol is the General Manager of New Arriva Co., Ltd., a company owned by his family. In the past, the company was a locally operated original equipment manufacturer (OEM). However, due to stiff local competition and pressures from the local economy, Mr. Thosaphol and his brother launched a new brand in the international market called Qualy, transforming the OEM company into an original design manufacturer (ODE). Featuring innovative, unique designs and concepts, the functional home decoration pieces his company manufactures are sold in almost 50 countries

Mr. Thosaphol received many awards for his achievements in management. In 2007, he received the “Prime Minister Export Award 2007” from PM Surayud Chulanont. In 2012, he was again a recipient of the Prime Minister Export Award, receiving three different awards, namely, “Thailand Best Exporter,” “Thai-Owned Brand,” and “Design Excellence Award.” Currently, he is a finalist in the Phetpanich Award, an award given by the Ministry of Commerce. The winners will be announced on August 21, 2015.

In addition to his many awards, Mr. Thosaphol has also been a guest speaker at many talk shows, lectures, and seminars. He has appeared in shows like the “Morning Talk” and seminars like the Ministry of Commerce’s (Thailand) “Brand Building Seminar.” Furthermore, Mr. Thosaphol has also been featured in magazines like SME Today Magazine and was a presenter for Kasikorn Bank’s K-SME Credit Card and THE PREMIER credit card.

Outstanding Professional Alumni Awardee 2015
Mr. Phee Boonchanawiwat (MUIC Class of 2008)

Mr. Phee Boonchanawiwat graduated from MUIC with a degree in Finance in 2008. After obtaining his degree, he went straight to the business world. Starting as a market analyst at Bangkok Bank, Mr. Phee slowly worked his way through positions in multiple financial security firms until he finally became the famous trader he is now.

Well-known in the finance industry, Mr. Phee has written the national bestseller 7 Techniques that Make Money. He has appeared in many shows and TV channels and as a guest speaker to many events. In 2013, Mr. Phee was a guest speaker at MUIC for its การลงทุนในหุ้นไม่ง่ายอย่างที่คิด. In the next year, he spoke during Maybank Kimeng Securities’s “การเป็นโบรกเกอร์ที่ดีทำอย่างไร.” This year has seen him appearing on Money Channel’s (TV) “มือใหม่ Turn Pro”, National Channel’s (TV) “Stop Loss Weekend,” and onstage during the “20 คำถามกับ WIZARD KID” in an event by Globlex Securities, the Stock Exchange of Thailand (SET), and Thailand Future Exchanges (TFEX).

Outstanding Community Service Alumni Awardee 2015
Dr. Thadthong Bhrammanee (Class of 1995)

Dr. Thadthong Bhrammanee graduated from Mahidol University’s International Student Degree Program (ISDP) in 1995. She then earned a Master’s degree in Business Administration with a major in Information System at the University of Toledo, Ohio, U.S.A. She finished her doctoral degree in Information Management at the Asian Institute of Technology (AIT), Thailand.

Dr. Thadthong is now the Chief Information Officer (CIO) and Assistant to the President for IT Strategy at Phetchaburi Rajabhat University. She is also a part-time lecturer at MUIC’s Business Administration Division. She acts as the assistant property manager of their family business, a local real property business and newspaper agency, at Srithaipanit, Phetchaburi.

Using the sufficiency economy as her basis, Dr. Thadthong launched a sustainable agricultural farm called “Thonghathai Farm” in Phetchaburi. It serves as a learning base for self-reliance agriculture. The place is located in Nayang Sub-district, Phetchaburi Province, Thailand. The farm’s pioneers have diverse backgrounds and experiences such as information technology and the military; with an interest and enthusiasm to learn and be part of the sustainability path of Thai rural life through the Sufficiency Economy philosophy.

Thonghathai Farm under Dr.Thadthong’s management has been recognized widely. She was a guest speaker at Thai News Agency (Channel 9) on May 10, 2015, on the topic “Opportunity- IT-Field Person and Integrated Farming;” at Channel 3 SD on August 2, 2015 on the topic, “Special Report – IT Person Follows the King’s Philosophy in Agricultur;” and on Channel 3 Family on August 6, 2015 on the topic, “News – Following the King’s Footsteps.”

MUIC Rising Star Awardee 2015
Ms. Charoenporn Kaewmanorom (Class of 2011)

Ms. Charoenporn Kaewmanorom is from MUIC’s Class of 2011. She majored in International Business. Afterwards, she received a full scholarship grant funded by the Sievert Larsson Organization enabling her to continue her studies in Intellectual Capital Management at Chalmers University of Technology, one of the top universities in Sweden. In 2013, she was selected to be the country representative to join the ASES Stanford Summit at Stanford University.

She worked for The Nielsen Company (a leading American market research company), based in Bangkok. Her position was Consumer Panel Specialist, revealing actual consumer purchasing behavior at category, segment and product levels to major multinational and national clients in FMCG Industry.

At the moment, Ms. Charoenporn is a Market Segmentation Consultant at Telenor Group, one of the largest telecommunication companies. She is the youngest consultant at Telenor Group. Her role is to take care of Business to Consumer (B2C) segmentation in 13 markets across Europe and Asia. In 2015, she was assigned to segment for Canal Digital Parabol, the largest TV satellite in Scandinavia. Her upcoming project will take place at Telenor Pakistan.

MUIC BA Lecturer Wins in Business Case Writing Competition
Aug 07 2015

Dr. Rasi Kunapatarawong, a full-time lecturer of the Business Administration Division, Mahidol University International College (MUIC), won the Mahasarakham Business School (MBS) /Emerald Business Case Writing Competition 2014-2015. Dr. Rasi’s case entitled “Murrah Diary, Thailand’s First and Only Buffalo Milk Producer” was chosen over 20 other entries.

MUIC BA Lecturer Wins in Business Case Writing Competition

Dr. Rasi was awarded a monetary prize and has been invited to submit her winning case and its corresponding teaching note for publication consideration in the Emerald Emerging Markets Case Studies Collection (EEMCS). Teaching cases that are published in the EEMCS must have a teaching note prepared by the case authors. As such, EEMCS cases are counted as pedagogical research, as per guidelines of the Association to Advance Collegiate School of Business (AACSB). Thus, not only is Dr. Rasi’s winning case an invaluable tool for classroom instruction, but it is also a scholarly contribution to MUIC.

The MBS/Emerald Business Case Writing Competition, a collaborative effort between MBS and Emerald Group Publishing Ltd., is aimed at encouraging the development of original cases, either based on Thai organizations or on protagonists who are from Thailand. Authors do not have to be based in Thailand or be of Thai origin to submit.

MUIC Students Get ‘AdWords Certification’ from Google
Jun 17 2015

Twenty-nine students and a faculty member were awarded certifications for Google AdWords after undergoing training at MUIC. Some 200 participants attended the three sessions of the “AdWords Training” covering Advertising Fundamental, Advanced Search, and Advanced Display, held on April 24th, and May 1st and 8th at the MUIC Auditorium.

MUIC Students Get ‘AdWords Certification’ from Google

To be certified, participants have to pass two classes and must have a score of 80% in each. Those who passed are the following:

1. Dr. Chayanant Hongfa (Faculty Member)
2. Ms. Vasamon Prorananun
3. Mr. Sittinat Sriisraporn
4. Ms. Suparat Jittiratwattana
5. Ms. Dollaya Phattravinij
6. Ms. Pariyakorn Vitchayayotin
7. Mr. Bodeewut Uriya
8. Ms. Pimpimol Tantasuwan
9. Ms. Chanunchida Suwannagart
10. Mr. Tanavee Chintana
11. Ms. Benjawan Teeraponamonrat
12. Ms. On-nibha Sinlua
13. Ms. Eun Ji Lee
14. Mr. Ausawa Satthampongsa
15. Ms. Sirinat Paoklangprai
16. Mr. Teerapat Trakarnvichit
17. Ms. Chalothorn Thongthamasakul
18. Ms. Nawindaran Sakityanyong
19. Ms. Punchita Rhonnabun
20. Ms. Thamonwan Chaivisal
21. Ms. Tuangrat Mothayakul
22. Ms. Thitiya Yutiyothin
23. Ms. Kamonchanok Sanganunt
24. Mr. Papon Pracharuengvit
25. Ms. Kanyarat Jamchat
26. Ms. Korada Choochuay
27. Ms. Tasneem Ngophaiwan
28. Mr. Chayananlicharoensutthikul
29. Ms. Natcha Kaewnukulkij
30. Ms. Bae Jeong Eun

MU No. 1 Thai Uni Again – QS Asia
Jun 15 2015

Mahidol University (MU) was recently recognized in the QS Asian University Rankings as the leading university in Thailand in 2015. This is the third year in a row that MU has stayed on the top spot.

MU No. 1 Thai Uni Again – QS Asia

This year, MU was ranked No. 44, a slight dip from last year’s No. 40 and 2013’s No. 42. Nevertheless, MU maintained its lead over other Thai universities like Chulalongkorn (No. 53 this year), Chiang Mai University (No. 99) and Thammasat University (No. 143).

MU was ranked No. 25 for the Faculty-Student Ratio category, No. 39 for Citations per Paper, No. 44 for Academic Reputation, No. 59 for Outbound Exchange, and No. 71 for International Faculty.

Alumnus’ Start-up Company Wins Prize
Jun 10 2015

Mr. Kridsada Chutinaton, a Computer Science 2005 alumnus, will get a chance to exhibit the start-up company that he had co-founded, Flow Account, at the Echelon Asia Summit 2015 which will be held in Singapore on June 23-24, 2015 as part of the prize for winning earlier the Judges’ Choice Award in Echelon Top100.

Flow Account is a free and easy online cloud accounting system designed for foreign and local freelancers and small and medium entrepreneurs (SMEs). Mr. Kridsada’s company competed against 21 other startups before winning the award. 150_alumnus_company_wins_prize

He said that part of their company’s objectives is to empower companies that need to do their own accounting for free. “Our goal is to help small businesses save time by automating their accounting. When we enter Phase Two and Phase Three, we will link up our users with banks and ultimately help them with taxes,” he said.


AUN-ACTS Scholar
Apr 28 2015

Ms. Praeploy Pongpamorn, a third year Biological Sciences student whose concentration is in Biotechnology, recently qualified for a scholarship grant under the ASEAN University Network’s ASEAN Credit Transfer System (AUN-ACTS).

The grant will enable Ms. Praeploy to study for one semester in one of the 26 AUN member-universities. She is choosing among three universities, one each in Malaysia, Vietnam and Singapore. In an interview, she said this educational experience will help her adjust to a different learning system, make her adapt to a new environment and provide a headstart to her plans to pursue graduate education.

AUN-ACTS Scholar

AUN-ACTS is a student mobility program that assures scholars of a non-complicated grade transfer from host to home university.

MUIC Social Science Student Wins Thailand Public Speaking Competition 2015
Mar 19 2015

A 3rd Year Social Science student was adjudged in the Thailand Public Speaking Competition 2015 held by the Ministry of Education and English-Speaking Union Association (Thailand) at the Sukosol Hotel Bangkok.

Ms. Thitaree Lapanaphan delivered a speech on the topic, “Culture is not a Luxury, But A Neccessity.” The English Speaking Union Association (Thailand) awarded her with all-expense paid trip to the United Kingdom to be a delegate at the International Public Speaking Competition 2015 held to be in London on 11-15 May 2015

MUIC Social Science Student Wins Thailand Public Speaking Competition 2015

MUIC Wins 1st Prize in Finance Contest
Feb 18 2015

Mr. Thanathad Mattayasuwan and Mr. Pakin Tangmongkolsuk, both 3rd year students majoring in Finance in Mahidol University International College’s Business Administration Division, recently won the 1st Prize in the TISCO Young Financial Planner 2. They received a 50,000-Baht scholarship grant.

Both participated in the TISCO Young Financial Camp, an activity-based learning camp sponsored by one of Thailand’s leading finance companies and commercial banks. It allows university students a full range of financial exploration through edutainment activities. Participants explore the world of financial management from money-saving techniques, responsible investment, to an exclusive talk with TISCO’s top management.

MUIC Wins 1st Prize in Finance Contest

MUIC Student in ASEAN Youth Event
Feb 16 2015

A Social Science student represented Mahidol University International College (MUIC) in the 15th ASEAN University Network (AUN) and 4th ASEAN + 3 Educational Forum and Young Speakers’ Contest held on January 18-25, 2015 at Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.

Some 300 students from all over Southeast Asia and East Asia participated in the event. Ms. Ploypailin Sundarajumpaka saidthat she was “surrounded by the energetic youth of ASEAN+3,” reassuring her that these two regions have many young people who can and will change the regions for the better.

One of the highlights of the event was that students, after being formed into groups, were asked to discuss among themselves and afterwards craft a policy paper for submission to ASEAN on either of three topics: gender equality, people with disabilities, and minority groups. Assigned to the topic of people with disabilities, Ms. Ploypailin said it was a good experience to work with other students her age from other countries in the region and also learn the details of the parliamentary method which they used in crafting their policy paper.

MUIC Student in ASEAN Youth Event

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