Karen community learns Thai in karaoke class

The adults and children of Khanajue Kee, a village at the Thailand-Myanmar border, occasionally gather in the afternoon for a karaoke session — a fun, effective method for learning Thai language.

The “edutainment” initiative was launched by the UNESCO Bangkok Office and the Tak Provincial Office of Non-Formal and Informal Education. The project aims at raising literacy rates and educational engagement among villagers.

Read the full story: http://coconuts.co/bangkok/features/karaoke-class-making-learning-thai-fun-remote-mountain-villages/

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