HM the King urges Thai children to learn and seek new knowledge

HM the King urges Thai children to learn and seek new knowledge

 

ChildrenDay.jpg

 

His Majesty the King has urged Thai children to strive for learning and seeking new knowledge, to have discipline and to be good citizens as these will help them to be happy, prosperous and successful in their lives in the future.

 

His Majesty the King’s Royal message on the occasion of the National Children’s Day today was repeated and amplified by Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha in his weekly address on Friday as he encouraged Thai children and youths to put into practice the King’s message in their daily lives.

 

He said that learning is an endless process and there are countless new experiences to learn from, adding that the people who achieve success and overcome obstacles are those who have are good, disciplined and resourceful.

 

Full story: https://www.thaipbsworld.com/hm-the-king-urges-thai-children-to-learn-and-seek-new-knowledge/

 

 
thaipbs.jpg
-- © Copyright Thai PBS 2019-01-13
latest news from Thailand

Summer storms looming this weekBy The Nation File photo Residents of the upper provinces have been warned that temperatures will soar over the next few days, with storms and gusting winds likely and possibly hailstones too.The Thai Meteorological Department issued the advisory covering Sunday...

READ MORE...

Ballot paper confusing, say elderly votersBy Pratch Rujivanarom The Nation  Senior citizens at some voting centres complained that the ballot paper was confusing and they found it difficult to find their chosen parties.Many people showed up at Samut Sakhon’s District 2 polling station in Krathum...

READ MORE...

‘Drunk’ man charged with damaging ballot paperBy The Nation  A 52-year-old man found to be under the influence of alcohol was detained on Sunday for allegedly damaging his ballot in Samut Songkram province.Sukul Chunting of Muang district, however, said he had accidentally damaged the ballot...

READ MORE...

Young voter places his faith on democracyBy PHUWIT LIMVIPHUWAT THE NATION  Titipong Siwayawiroj, a 24-year-old media planner says that despite the many military coups, he still has faith in the survival of democracy in Thailand. “Many older people are afraid that democracy will bring back street...

READ MORE...
sponsors