Kevin Burnett SunHerald.com 31.01.2011
ANDREA CANNING and LEEZEL TANGLAO ABC News 27.01.2011
Zhou Xiaobu runs from one end of a table to another, grasping a piece of a puzzle she and her team are assembling as part of a leadership training exercise for McDonald’s Corp. managers. “Go, go, go,” yells their Taiwanese teacher, exhorting them to work for the prize, a box of Danish butter cookies, for being the first to build the company’s trademark Golden Arches. Above their heads is a sign that reads: “Learning today, leading tomorrow.” The thick green binders stuffed with paperwork on each of the 31 students’ desks indicate the next activity may not be as rousing. This is McDonald’s Hamburger University in China, and it can be harder to get into than Harvard.
Mahanakorn University of Technology and Cisco Develop Next-Generation Workforce in Thailand Through Cisco Networking Academy
Supriya Addanki Cisco 27.01.2011
Broadway World 19.01.2011
Bangkok Post 17.01.2011
CBS New York 11.01.2011
A piece of ligislation that will give teachers nationwide more welfare benefits will be tabled to the House of Representatives when parliament reconvenes its ordinary session late this month, Prime Minister Abhisit Vejjajiva said in his "Confidence in Thailand with PM Abhisit" programme on Channel 11 on Sunday.
Straits Times 30.12.2010
Straits Times 29.12.2010
Ilene Fleischmann UB News Center 28.12.2010
Sirikul Bunnag and Lamphai Intathep Bangkok Post 21.12.2010
A University at Buffalo Law School professor with a special interest in the legal system and culture of Thailand will receive the honorary degree of doctor of laws from one of that nation's major universities.
IUPUI Newscenter 18.12.2010
Rosemary Dellinger Seaside Signal 16.12.2010
The Nation 09.12.2010
SARAH NETTER ABC News 02.12.2010
Bangkok Post 02.12.2010
Sun Star Courier 01.12.2010
Inside one of the many sprawling orange orchards that stretch across northern Chiang Mai's Fang district near the Thai-Burmese border stands a simple, one-storey building with a rough concrete floor, sticks of bamboo for walls, and a thatched roof. Once used by the orchard's owner to store sacks of fertiliser and farm implements, it is now utilised for something much more precious and important: A place where migrant children can receive an education.
Cookie and Hannah act like sisters. They live in the same house, share an interest in tennis, attend Bay High School together and have a special ability to communicate. However, the two aren’t biological sisters. “Cookie,“ 16, whose real name is Situnan Kumsit, is visiting Bay Village as an exchange student from Thailand.
Straits Times 30.11.2010
THE Department of Mental Health will conduct a major study to measure the Intelligence Quotient (IQ) of nearly 100,000 primary and secondary students across the country after finding the IQ of Thai teenagers was at a critically low level.
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