BEAM students participated in NEED Harvesting. NEED is the Network for Environment and Economic Development.
Bridging students joined volunteers at Chiang Mai University to make clay balls used for water purification for Bangkok flood victims.
Cultural Center Event: Famous Burmese artist U Myo Myint discussed his life and his paintings.
Cultural Center Event: Ms. Usurla of We Women and Ms. Shelly conducted an Acting Workshop with veteran Burmese actors living in Chiang Mai.
The BEAM Education Foundation held a graduation ceremony for vocational tailoring students.The third intake students’ work was acknowledge with a certificate award.
Cultural Center Event: Burmese poet Maung Lwan Ni gave a poetry recital and literature discussion to BEAM students and guests.
The BEAM Educ buy generic cialis ation Foundation introduced the new Cultural Center. The fund fair offered products made by tailoring students and BEAM students prepared and sold Burmese food.
The BEAM family participated in the International Fathers’ Day and the opening of the BEAM Library. BEAM staff and students composed poems, articles, cartoons to celebrate both events.
The start of the rainy season is a good time for planting trees in the backyard garden at BEAM School. The colorful flowers and plants provide a peaceful place for the students and encourage a sense of teamwork.