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

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

 

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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/

 

 
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