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Special Olympics Thailand partners with Youth Leaders from a local university to create learning tools for students with intellectual disabilities.
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11 May 2022 – Last week, Special Olympics participated in the Badminton World Federation’s 10th Members’ Forum and Annual General Meeting in Bangkok, Thailand.
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When Jad was born in Thailand and diagnosed with Down syndrome, his mother was overcome with sadness and disappointment.
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When Fahsai Saejang was born, her diagnosis—Down Syndrome and a hole in her heart—came as a shock.
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Two of Thailand’s most popular artists came together to create a music video inspired by the spirit of Special Olympics athletes who bravely face challenges in their lives, particularly during the COVID-19 pandemic.
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The Race to Embrace is an awareness campaign developed for Special Olympics Thailand in partnership with BBDO Bangkok, that tackles the questions: What is Special Olympics? Who are the Athletes?
When I was asked if I was interested to volunteer as a photographer to cover the athletes from the Asia Pacific Region at the 2019 Special Olympics World Games in Abu Dhabi, the answer was a resounding yes.
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‘Getting on with it’ is my motto to survive in life. At 34, I (Nakorn Thiptabmak) was the oldest athlete representing Team Thailand at the recent 2019 Special Olympics World Summer Games in Abu Dhabi.
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Ahead of the 2019 World Games in Abu Dhabi, Special Olympics Thailand got some super support from Thai super girls group BNK48.
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