Bangkok Post 06.09.2010
The Press Association 31.08.2010
Supanee na songkhla The Nation 30.08.2010
Like every Chinese child, Li Hanwei spent her schooldays memorising thousands of the intricate characters that make up the Chinese writing system. Yet aged just 21 and now a university student in Hong Kong, Li already finds that when she picks up a pen to write, the characters for words as simple as "embarrassed" have slipped from her mind.
My FOX NY 26.08.2010
My FOX NY 25.08.2010
CHRISTINA HOAG Yahoo! News 24.08.2010
NBC Connecticut 24.08.2010
Next month's opening of the Robert F. Kennedy Community Schools will be auspicious for a reason other than its both storied and infamous history as the former Ambassador Hotel, where the Democratic presidential contender was assassinated in 1968. With an eye-popping price tag of $578 million, it will mark the inauguration of the nation's most expensive public school ever.
In the tony town of New Canaan, students might someday get tracking tags along with their textbooks. No decisions have yet been made, but school officials plan to look into the possibility of adding radio frequency tags to student or staff ID cards, or place them on school property, like laptops, the New Canaan Advertiser reports.
The Nation 22.08.2010
Yojana Sharma University World News 19.08.2010
After censoring the news media and internet in the wake of the May crackdown, the Thai government has turned its sights on campus plays for signs of political dissent. Seemingly innocuous and entertaining amateur dramatics by students have come under scrutiny by the nervous authorities, who fear they may contain seditious ideas or affect national security.
Wannapa Khaopa The Nation 17.08.2010
More success for Asian University’s Engineering Faculty: Dr. Danai Torrungrueng’s Sabbatical-Leave in Ohio, USA
Susan Asian University 16.08.2010
Daniel Rook AFP 14.08.2010
From June 16 to July 30, 2010, Asst. Prof. Dr. Danai Torrungrueng was on sabbatical leave to carry out research on computational electromagnetics (CEM) with Prof. Joel T. Johnson at the ElectroScience Laboratory (ESL), The Ohio State University (OSU), in Columbus Ohio, USA, (http://electroscience.osu.edu/).
Susan Asian University 09.08.2010
TRIP GABRIEL The New York Times 03.08.2010
An Asian Experience for International students - Asian University is hosting students from countries as diverse as Venezuela, Russia, India and Portugal on two different programmes (tourism and business) for three weeks. With a full timetable, the students are enjoying Thai hospitality, and an exciting Asian Experience.
Sirikul Bunnag Bangkok Post 02.08.2010
The Nation 28.07.2010
MALISA SANTIGUL, ROJANA MANOWALAILAO The Nation 26.07.2010
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