SOLGEN researcher went to Krung Ching for historical study preparation
Walailak University has conducted a field survey to explore ways to study the local history with community participation at Krung Ching area. It was found that the community has potential in various aspects. Meanwhile, residents also reflected on the challenges they are facing. Plans are underway to proceed to the next stage of implementation.
Between July 28th and 29th, 2023, the research team of the project present the narrative history of the Krung Ching area with community involvement, supported by the National Research Council of Thailand (NRCT),
The research team consists of Asst. Prof. Vithaya Arporn and Pagornsit Thana from the School of Language and General Education, Asst. Prof. Onanong Cheablam School of Management, Walailak University and Dr. Satjaree Sirichai, School of Informatics along with students, they have collective basic fieldwork in Krung Ching Subdistrict, Nopphitam District, Nakhon Si Thammarat Province.
On 28 th July research team had discussed with Krung Ching residents at the Madyom Pao Awat Village about general situation, potential and problems including aspects related to livelihoods, socio-cultural conditions, tourism, and several ongoing transformations. Afterward villager led research team to survey Khao Luang national park and the Khun Klang cave.
On 29th July 2023 research team join “Krungching Rafting” by community tourism management, Walailak’s student had record the activity.
“The study of Krung Ching history for sustainable community development” supported by the National Research Council of Thailand (NRCT), for Walailak University’s research team assist lecturers School of Language and General Education, School of Management, School of Informatics and Center of Excellence on Women and Social Security and local researcher. At Krung Ching Subdistrict, Nopphitam District, Nakhon Si Thammarat Province.