In October 2019, the Thai government attended the conference meeting at the United Nations High Commissioner for the Refugees (UNHCR) office in Geneva, Switzerland, to promote access to education for stateless children.
The legacy Ruth leaves behind for us in addition to her exemplary life were the two great desires in life: to make someone’s life a little better each day and to maintain an attitude of praise and thanksgiving to God in all the trials of life.
Mr. Kiti Taychachaiwongse, a philanthropist, successful businessman, and strong supporter of Adventist education across Thailand, died on November 12, 2019. He was 83. Born on January 1, 1936, he was the fourth child in a family of 9 children. His early childhood education took place at the Chinese Christian Sapan Luang School and Ung-Hung School at Surawong Road.
The Sabbath was welcomed with a concert rendered by the PraiseHim choir on November 1 in the AIU auditorium. With the theme ‘God of Wonders’, PraiseHim delivered 12 songs in total. The songs portrayed the beauty of the wonders that God had made …
The VIP Sabbath is a special yearly AIU event “by students and for students”. On October 18-19, 2019, with the theme “The Ultimate Journey”, students shared and expressed their appreciation for Jesus, the Savior, in a prepared VIP Sabbath program.
“It feels like coming home,” described Ms. Sarita Arora or Dollie, alumna of 2005 and resource speaker for this semester’s Alumni Sharing session. The Faculty of Education expressed delight and excitement to have her present on the topic “Classroom Management: Strategies for Effective Instruction”.