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Pattaya Redemptorist School for the Blind From the middle of July to the middle of October, a total of three months, Buddhist monks throughout Thailand will perform Buddhist Lent. It is a time when monks return to their temples for the duration of the rainy season where they spend their time meditating. Devotees make merit […]

Father Ray Children’s Home Almost every Saturday afternoon a small group of boys from the Father Ray Children’s Home attend cooking classes. This past week a visiting group of university students from China spent the afternoon cooking Chinese food, and as soon as the children found out that help was needed to make Chinese dumplings […]

Father Ray Children’s Home With the Chinese nation becoming the second largest economy in the world, the people of Thailand know that knowledge of the Chinese language can only be of benefit. Each Saturday morning whilst most of the residents of the Father Ray Children’s Home are learning English, a small group of children are […]

Pattaya Redemptorist School for the Blind The last Thursday in June is designated as Teachers Day at the Pattaya School for the Blind. Known in the Thai language as ‘Wai Kru’, the ceremony is the one time of the year the students pay respect to the teachers. The teachers at the School for the Blind […]

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