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BANGKOK 26 March 2019 09:25
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Double cut! Teachers shear student's lovely long hair AND cut grades of her friend who filmed it

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La la land....... It used to be a funny place, sadly not now....... If that was my daughter i'd be giving those two crusty old gits a haircut......... Complete with a good kick up the chuff......

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4 minutes ago, Isaan Alan said:

Why is this particular student being singled out for overlength hair?

Read the OP.

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3 minutes ago, PerkinsCuthbert said:

They put pupils in tins as well?

Yup, just add water before serving.

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The girls hair would of been too long for years, why have they just only noticed it ?

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6 hours ago, wgdanson said:

If the rules say the hair must be no more than 9 inches from the top of the ears, should the teacher not be holding the ruler VERTICALLY.

Oops!!

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1 minute ago, catman20 said:

The girls hair would of been too long for years, why have they just only noticed it ?

Perhaps it says something about the teacher's power of observation?

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Sadly that school its directors and that nasty teacher are probably  so poorly educated themselves that they cannot even read our opinions here in English.

Everything that school did and stands for is wrong and immoral.

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1 hour ago, bluesofa said:

I agree about face, but I saw it more as the teacher trying to make face over her class, by humiliating one of the students.

Neither one is the problem. In my opinion, the problem is simply the psychological need to demonstrate that you have power over other people in order to feel good about yourself.

 

 

 

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9 minutes ago, Isaan Alan said:

During the video, in the background, you will see at least one student with long hair in a horse's tail. Why is this particular student being singled out for overlength hair? There probably is an ugly underlying reason. To us westerners, the school deserves the social media backlash but Thai officialdom will say that the will of the students must never undermine the school hierarchy or the whole edifice will crumble and turn to chaos.

 

I agree there's probably something else going on here.  Selective enforcement of unrelated picayune rules for those who piss off the wrong people, whether intentionally or not.

 

No surprises here, especially since this is a universal, not only Thai, phenomenon.

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5 minutes ago, HalfLight said:
1 hour ago, bluesofa said:

I agree about face, but I saw it more as the teacher trying to make face over her class, by humiliating one of the students.

Neither one is the problem. In my opinion, the problem is simply the psychological need to demonstrate that you have power over other people in order to feel good about yourself.

Surely that's just what 'making face' is all about.

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How could the video cause the school to lose face if they did nothing wrong?

 

Looks to me like the girl in the background has even longer hair.

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7 hours ago, darksidedog said:

Sadly that is the Thai mentality for you all over. Rather than set a good example in being positive about actually learning something useful, the schools follow archaic rules and then when they lose face, strike out against the person who revealed their idiocy. Utterly disgraceful, but very much the norm, and probably a fair contributor to the poor academic performance of kids nationwide.

Idiocy is a too kind word ...I call this fascism

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7 hours ago, webfact said:

She confirmed that the student who filmed the incident had had her grade points cut for causing the school to lose face.

So whose the more childish and vindictive?

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7 hours ago, colinneil said:

Maybe i am wrong, but i am sure this rule about hair length was abolished a couple of years ago.

If that is the case, school director and teachers involved should be sacked.

From what I recall the ministry did abolish the rule on a national basis but left it up to schools to make their own rules.

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