The Personal Project Exhibition is an annual event hosted and organised by each year’s current cohort in the tenth grade. This article is the second of two which examines the Personal Project experiences of four students.
The Personal Project Exhibition is an annual event hosted and organised by each year’s current cohort in the tenth grade. This article is the first of two which examines the Personal Project experiences of four students.
This article explores and discusses the reality of being Indian in Thailand. It goes over the issue of racism and how to deal with it.
If you are searching for a way to escape thoughts about this pandemic, then you’ve come to the right place! Here is my book review on the Six of Crows book, part of a duology, and has also been adapted into the successful Netflix series “Shadow and Bone” this year! If you loved the Netflix…
We will be having a casual Friday this week (31st of January) and the the theme is “For the Aussies”. All of the proceeds will go to the Australian Red Cross Relief and Recovery. Clothes include: green, red, orange, black and gold As per usual, please don’t forget to pay 20 Baht!
First interview back from winter break! In the seventh Personal Project interview, we talk to Ray, who will be re-creating family photographs on film, and Tiffany, who will be creating drawings based around different themes each week.
Hello! Today we have our sixth Personal Project interview! In this video, we talk to Fah, who will be drawing a collection of artwork displaying places around Bangkok, and Fourth, who will be cooking food from video games and replicating them as closely as possible.
Hey everyone! Once again, it’s time we posted our fifth interview for the Personal Project interview series! This time we interview Pi, who will be creating bubble tea that is influenced by Thai culture, and Sand, who will be self-learning how to create digital artwork. Enjoy :^).
Hihi! Hope everyone had a fun Halloween celebration at school yesterday! Today we have our fourth Personal Project interview featuring Nol, who will be creating a documentary about people’s lifestyles in Bangkok, and Nadia, who will be making stress-relieving candles.
IT’S SPOOKY SZN AND THAT MEANS sitting around drinking overpriced pumpkin lattes in hoodies and sweats while waiting for Halloween. To spice your school life and raise your Halloween spirits, the service club offers some spooky and freaky Halloween treats on the upcoming “Trick ‘o Treat” bake sale. You can get a gross rendition of…