The Festival is a celebration of creativity of the BCISB’s students and staff featuring story writing, graphic short stories, songwriting, poetry, student film showcase and awards and more.   The motto for the Festival is: Celebrating Your Art, Your Words, Your Voice.   The Festival will…

Count on us to host you and your loved ones, whether you’re planning a candlelit dinner or a big family gathering. Enjoy intimate dishes at The District Grill Room & Bar, ring in the New Year with a selection of festive treats at 57th Street…

Located in the heart of one of the world’s most enigmatic capital cities, Anantara Siam Bangkok Hotel is set to bring exquisite cheer to the City of Angels’ gourmands and revellers alike this festive season. Join in the fun and share the most wonderful time…

Myanmar’s long-awaited Trademark Law passed the Lower House of Parliament on December 12, 2018, and has now been sent to the Office of the President to be signed into law. If the President wishes to make amendments to the Law, he is able to return…

A new Ministerial Regulation was published in the Royal Thai Government Gazette on November 20, 2018, requiring business operators who are engaged in direct sales or direct marketing activities to place a guarantee with the Office of the Consumer Protection Board of Thailand (OCPB) within 90 days….

JOIN OUR INSPIRING COMMUNITY WITH ACADEMIC SCHOLARSHIPS FOR THE IB DIPLOMA AND THE IB MIDDLE YEARS PROGRAMME   KIS International School is inviting ambitious students to apply for the coveted IB Diploma academic scholarship, also known as the “One Million Baht Scholarship”, for the academic...

Anantara Siam Bangkok welcomes diners to celebrate American Thanksgiving in indulgent style with a five-course feast at Madison Steakhouse. Celebrated annually on the fourth Thursday of November, since English settlers arrived in North America, American Thanksgiving is a traditional American holiday-a time to give thanks…

Among the most popular items in Steve Van Beek’s Bangkok Then and Now were the news items from the Bangkok Times newspaper of 1900 and 1901. Steve returned to the National Library’s Times archives and combed through every issue from 1890 to 1899. He has assembled…

By Jayne Lund It’s the beginning of another school year. There are new teachers, new students, and their families, lots of excitement and some trepidation about living overseas or entering an international school, maybe for the first time. There have been days of preparation for…

By Debi Caskey, Deputy Head of School for Learning, International School Bangkok Howard Gardner, Professor of Cognition and Education at the Harvard Graduate School of Education is quoted as saying: “I want my children to understand the world, but not just because the world is…

By Lucas Zimmerman Have you ever wanted to go back in time to your university days and find out exactly what you wanted to do when you grew up? People graduate from prestigious universities all over the world not convinced of what their future holds….

By Sam Johnston, Director of Learning at St. George’s School ST. GEORGE’S SCHOOL IS A LEARNING COMMUNITY. Of course, it is—it’s a school. It’s no surprise that we think of St. George’s as a Learning Community. It almost goes without saying. Almost, but not quite….

By Dean Outerson If you think about it, schools haven’t changed much. My experience with school was basically the same as my parents’ experience and even my grandparents’ experience. The education model that continues to survive well into the 21st century was conceived in the…