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ARTS AND LITERATURE

  • Sketching the Sacred
  • Creative Writing and Poetry
  • Film Appreciation
  • Beginning Piano
  • Writing about the Raj
  • Thai Literature – Khun Chang, Khun Paen
  • Thai Literature in Translation
  • Sketch from Photo
  • Reading Short Stories
  • Sommerset Maugham Lecture
  • Lao Murals in the NE Thailand
  • Thai and Western Music Lecture
  • Writing About Chiang Mai
  • Diary Writing Across Cultures
  • Decoupage
  • GEMS 101
  • Making of the Film: The Cave
  • Sketch and Watercolor
  • Lifting the Long White Cloud workshop
  • Wabi Sabi Watercolor

 

HISTORY AND CULTURE

  • Our National Thai Artist Lecture Series
  • Lanna Music
  • Revolution of Lanna Dance
  • Chiang Mai History Workshop
  • Chiang Mai History Excursion
  • Lampang Excursion
  • National Museum Excursion
  • Museums in Chiang Mai Lecture
  • Dara Pirom Musem Excursion
  • Chiang Mai City Excursion
  • History of Yee Peng workshop
  • Loy Kratong excursion
  • Textile Collection Museum Excursion

 

RELIGION AND PHILOSOPHY

  • Introduction to the Essence of Buddhism
  • Women in Buddhism
  • What’s What in a Wat
  • Finding Venerable Mother book discussion with Cindy Rasicot
  • Introduction to Buddhism and Meditation with Phra KK

 

THE NATURAL WORLD

  • Birds in Thailand Lecture
  • Doi Inthanon Hike
  • Gardening 101
  • Gardening 102

 

SOCIAL, POLITICAL, AND ECONOMIC ISSUES IN THAILAND AND SEA

  • Exploitation of People in the Sub Mekong
  • Challenges of Peace Building in Thailand
  • What’s Happening in Thailand Lecture
  • Crop to Cup
  • Mighty Mekong Lecture
  • Building Bridges to Peace

 

WELLNESS

  • Gentle Yoga
  • Meditation
  • Oki Yoga
  • Aging Pioneers
  • COVID Talk

Lifelong Learning Payap enables personal growth and cultural understanding by offering high-quality, affordable educational opportunities that are accessible to everyone. We believe that learning in a multicultural community stimulates discussion, deepens understanding, builds friendships and enhances quality of life. Our vision is to build upon our reputation as the center of lifelong learning in northern Thailand.

For more information, contact Ajarn Num Aye, Lifelong Learning Payap Program Manager, at: lllpayap@gmail.com

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