We are now ready to floating a krathong—a beautiful lotus-shaped raft, decorated with candles, incense and flowers—onto the water tomorrow! School of Languages and General Education and #WUIC organized a special workshop of krathong making at AD3503 on Monday 7th November 2022. Now everyone know how to craft your own version of the raft.
On 5-6 November 2022, Dr Wasin Praditsilp, a lecturer of Walailak Univeristy International College (WUIC), appointed the President of Organising Committee, King Taksin The Great Monument at Wat Kongka Leap (Buddhist temple) in Tha Sak, Mueang District, Nakhon Si Thammarat. Lay the Foundation Stone Ceremony is a Bhraman-Hindu auspicious ceremony to consecrate the land asRead More
On 22 October 2022, 8-11 AM, Dr Wasin Praditsilp, a representative of Walailak University International College (WUIC) staff and students, co-hosted the annual Kathina at Wat Vimuttidham (Buddhist temple) in Mueang District Nakhon Si Thammarat, together with staff and students from the School of Accountancy and Finance (SAFE), Walailak University, and locals. The ceremony thisRead More
On 19th October 2022, Walailak University International College (WUIC) organized a “Cultural City Tour” for exchange students from Russia and WUIC Students, from 1-7 PM, led by Dr. Wasin Praditsilp and WUIC supporting staff. Between September and December 2022, WUIC has 7 exchange students under a cooperation agreement with the North-West Institute of Management ofRead More
Dr Wasin Praditsilp, on 16 October 2022, was a WUIC staff and student representative to be a co-host of Kathina (the annual Buddhist ceremony after Vassa, giving new robes to monks to express gratitude) at Buddhacharik Monastery in Thon Hong, Phrom Khiri, Nakhon Si Thammarat. Thai and foreign Buddhists, particularly Malaysians, joined the ceremony toRead More
On Friday 11th March 2022, Professor Dr. Sombat Thamrongthanyawong, the President together with executive team,employees and students of Walailak University participated in the annual ceremony of merit- making at Toompang Archeological Site, an ancient and sacred site which is respected by Walailak people and the community surrounding the university. Previous Next
Buddhist Youth Volunteer Network organized a staff volunteer project between May 30, 2021 – June 12, 2021, by gathering students and graduates from various colleges across the country to conduct peace candle lighting activities. All participants made merit together by organizing online activities through the Zoom system. Ms. Ratiyaporn Chusuwan, a student from the InternationalRead More
Ms. Rattiyaporn Chusuwan, our WUIC student has joined the activity of “International Lighting Candles For Peace” on 3rd April 2021, hosted by Youth Volunteer Light Of Peace Thailand. This activity was an online meeting for everyone from all over the world to come and light candles for peace in the hearts together.
Previous Next The Songkran celebration is rich with symbolic traditions. As a way to show respect, younger people often practice water pouring over the palms of elders’ hands. On 7th April, WUIC student club in collaboration with Liberal Arts school organized Songkran activities. The event was held at ground floor, AD building.
November full moon shinesLoy Krathong, Loy KrathongAnd the water’s high in local river and the klong,Loy Loy Krathong, Loy Loy Krathong,Loy Krathong is here and everyone is full of cheer!We’re together at the klong,Each one with their krathong,As we push away we pray we can find a better day.Yesterday, we celebrated the beautiful festival ofRead More