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BanYa Literacy Centre mural unleashes children’s creativity and imagination
Claire Lathrop was not swept away from Kansas by a tornado – like Dorothy Gale in The Wizard of Oz – to the Land of Smiles. Instead, she chose this country and she chose Phuket, not only for its charming natural scenery, but also for its outspread love which appealed to her ingenuous heart.
Write Now: Meet the Phuket Island Writers
What do you get when you mix multiple nationalities and personalities on a paradise island and a boatload of creative ideas? For one eclectic (or someone may say eccentric) band of scribes, it is The Phuket Writers’ Group (PWG).
Dr Chantinee breaking cultural norms for our environmental future
Sustainability, green environmental development – these big words sound so far away from our daily life. Not many of us know what to do to change. Queen Elizabeth II has banned using plastics in her palace a few months ago.
Hero behind the scenes - Interview with cave diver, Maksym Polejaka
Speaking of Superman, you might think of a figure in cartoons or movies: working hard in a small cubicle like average Joe. Once he’s needed, he rushes out, rips off his working clothes, reveals his flying cape, charges into danger to save people’s lives. When crisis is resolved, Superman returns to his normal life. This is exactly what Maksym Polejaka did in July to save the football team in Tham Luang Nang Non Cave in Chiang Rai, except the cape part.
People of Phuket: PIWC 30 years, keep on rocking – Interview with Maggy Wigman
The day I met Maggy Wigman, the President of Phuket International Women’s Club (PIWC), her amiable smile, caring voice and elegant azure dress impressed me at first. Only after getting to know her more did I realise just how superficial I was. She is everything more than how she looks.