Helping hands for flood victims

Friday, 28 October 2011 From Issue Vol. XIX No. 43 By  Ulrich Werner

Their day began early on Thursday, October 13: At 4.30 a.m., the busses left Asian University and carried 20 students and several female staff from Asian U Registry, Admissions, Accounting, and Library to join with TV Channel 3 helping those who left their homes due to the current flooding in Thailand.

They went to the Thammasat Campus in Rangsit where over 2,000 flood victims found temporary shelter.

The members of Asian U staff looked after the displaced families’ children for a day, while the students helped package donated goods and clothes for distribution to the needy.

Asian U students at Channel 3 Studios, in a good mood and ready for departure to the Thammasat Campus in Rangsit. Asian U students at Channel 3 Studios, in a good mood and ready for departure to the Thammasat Campus in Rangsit.

Late at night, they all returned exhausted but happy, and they all agreed they would do it again as soon as possible. “There’s nothing better than doing good,” one student said on her way to shower and bed.

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