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Saraburi school director criticized for making students prostrate themselves before him

 

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The outgoing director of a well-known public school in Thailand’s central province of Saraburi has come under heavy criticism on social media for holding a farewell ceremony in which students were made to prostrate themselves in front of him.

 

The ceremony took place on November 8th at the Khaeng Khoi School during a send-off for its director Mr. Natthanan Danupitak, who has been appointed the director of Saraburi Wittayakhom School. Several pictures of the ceremony were posted on social media, drawing widespread criticism, before they were removed.

 

One picture shows Mr. Natthanan seated on a chair in front of the flag pole and a student representative is seen lying prostrate before him after presenting him with a garland. Another picture shows the director, accompanied by school executives, walking past lines of students, some holding flags and others holding trays of garlands, as if he is inspecting a guard of honour. The other picture shows students lying prostrate in the front yard of the school.

 

Full story: https://www.thaipbsworld.com/saraburi-school-director-criticized-for-making-students-prostrate-themselves-before-him/

 

 
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Things are different here, ya think?

Just another important "life skill"....

We had gym teachers back in US that would tell us "Drop and give me five"... pushups make you prostate, er, prostrate.... Amazing Thailand

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