Suphanut

Aneknumwong (Jui)

Wannabe Content Creator
& Able-to-code Political Enthusiast

Dear lovely audiences,

This entire site is my profile or portfolio.


Please enjoy exploring, contents as followed:

To-be-concise

A summary of my up-til-now journey.

As a volunteer

Apparently I have worked with several groups and events.

As a participant

Seems like the events providing free food are my favourites.

As a student

What I have achieved as a small component of the huge and honoured school.

As a freelance

Simply my capitalism life.

Personal Information

Eventually a brief information of my life!

To-be-concise

I am


Jui—Suphanut Aneknumwong

Currently studying hard to finish the high school at
Traim Udom Suksa Pattanakarn School

Born in 13 July 2000

Interested in politics, pop culture, technology, education,
and those smart people like!

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He has engaged in several political activisms in Thailand and organizes campaigns focusing on education and politics. Recently involved in the petition to edit the gender-stereotyped textbook in schools.

He is an executive member of Education for Liberation of Siam (ELS), an activist group demanding for human rights in school. Also working as the one who watches the overall content of the group and edit the articles. #NotEditor


A self-proclaimed writer expresses his thought on current affairs, pop culture, and technology in his blog. (and more websites in the future!) He has won several writing competitions from an ordinary essay to an academic article. Also works as a translator.

Apart from activism, website development is his hobby which sustains his life. Several projects have been accomplished and won several prices.



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As a volunteer


SuphanutJui’s Blog

Education for Liberation Siam

JWC

Organizers

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SuphanutJui’s Blog

My self-hosted blog focuses on various topics according to my interests. I describe it as “my personal sandbox and playground” since I have an total authority over it. I can do anything and experiment various techniques and skills that I want to try.

142,839+ VIEWS
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Just opened a Facebook page yesterday,
SuphanutJui's Blog

Education for Liberation Siam

A group of student activists found by well-known student activist Netiwit Chotipatphaisal focuses on Thai education system issues, particularly human rights in Thai schools.

Physical Events

Apparently I have played a vital role in organizing public events for ELS. Examples are:

A Camp on Understanding Thai Education Issues (Oct 2018)
Seminar on Hidden Power Influencing Textbooks (Sep 2018)

Taking care of ELS content

I write for ELS Facebook page, and also edit other articles or media before being published. I myself also conduct an interview with people. Examples are (2018):

Issue of Proposed Student Control Law
Civil Education in Different Countries
Hidden Power: ‘Order’ in Public Schools
Gender in Textbooks: Issues That Both Thai and Others Facing

Web Developer

Hadn’t expected to be in the first place, but somehow finished it.

elsiam.org

Junior Webmaster Camp 9-10

The camp is to prepare high-school students to be a webmaster through workshops, lectures, and a group project with experienced people working in online industry.

Somehow chosen as a consultant for a group of attendees when I was a early upper secondary education student.

Organizers / PR

National Adult’s Day วันผู้ใหญ่แห่งชาติ (Jan 2017)
It is intentionally named to be a parody of Children’s Day in Thailand. There were panels on LGBT focusing on parents’ aspect, and conferences on alternative and state-of-the-art jobs.

NongTalk น้องTalk (Nov 2016)
The event is a TED-like conference for teenagers to speak in particular areas, such as working as an alternative novelist, quitting Thai secondary education, and political campaigning experience.



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As a participant


School of Tomorrow (2018)

TK Young Writer (2018)

Junior Webmaster Camp 8 (2016)

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School of Tomorrow (2018)

“School of Tomorrow” aims to create a new learning space for developing the potential of new leading generations. The learning process is for improving the knowledge skills and characteristics that are necessary and able to handle the challenges of the modern world. Thirty 18-to-23-year-old students leading in different fields joined together to learn an array of concepts from the leading people of that subjects.

TK Young Writer (2018)


Through 2 writing competition, 30 youths participate in a 4-day camp organized by experienced writers and authors in Thailand. The participants develop their writing and content creating skills through workshops and real situations.

The final outcome is a magazine on a particular topic, and ours focuses on Wat Phra Pathom Chedi in various aspect. The name is "235" deprived from the circumstance of the stupa’s base. I have a column in there arguing that Phra Pathom Chedi is not Pathom Chedi (The First Stupa) in Thailand as most people know from pieces of evidence. I gathered various old documents to find out who was spreading this belief.

Junior Webmaster Camp 8 (2016)

A camp for those who interested in new media and website selects 36 high-school students from their application form evaluating both soft skills and hard skills every year. With the social connection provided by this camp, the average number of applicants each year is approximate 500-600 students. (At least when I registered)

In the camp, my project was quite so-so, as it is a platform for an online connection between students and teacher.



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As a student


After elementary-school graduation, I applied for English Program curriculum, Triam Udom Suksa Pattanakarn School where I spent entire high school years. Within this period, I have made dozens of studies and awards.

Winning An Academic Article Contest

Language Competition

Web Competition

Projects (generally a research)

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Winning An Academic Article Contest

When I was Matthayom 4 (Grade 10), I wrote a paper and sent to the contest. The contest was under the theme “Democratic Space,” organized by the Faculty of Political Science, Chulalongkorn University in 2017. My paper has got the highest scores among all contestants from universities and high schools.

In the article “Democratic Space: Freedom in Virtual Space to Movements in Physical Space,” I proposed that social media, since it is decentralized, can be used as a tool for political movement in current Thai political condition. I also raised some examples, particularly in Thailand, and the current situation of “อยู่เป็น” (literally: knows how to live) on the internet, which is trying not to criticize the action of the government.

Language Competition

Throughout my high school life, I grabbed every opportunity, including competitions in and outside the school. Language is my interest as it is a medium to express ideas. Here are examples:

Essay Contest on “King’s Knowledge”, Rama IX Temple Organization (2017)
National level: Third Place

Speech Contest, Sukhothai Thammathirat University (2017)
National level: The Final Round Contestant

The Student Handicraft Fair Essay Contest (2017)
Regional level: The Final Round Contestant
The essay was about the Thai language in a digital era. I suggested that the creation of the new words in social media empowers creativity, and the real owner of the Thai language is Thai citizen.

T.U.P Intra Thai Speech Contest with the topic “New Media” (2017)
School level: Winner
I suggested that nowadays many people readily believe the content on the internet, which has already been edited. The truth is limited by the frame of the devices, such as smartphone and camera.

Web Competition

The Twentieth National Software Contest (2018)
National level: The Only Final Round Contestant from Central Region
The project is a web application for planning one day trip in Bangkok with supportive tools, such as navigations, place recommendations, and nearby facilities.

The Student Handicraft Fair Software Project Contest (2017)
National level: Gold Medal
The project is a web application for class management empowering student’s reflection on their task management by prioritizing their assignments. Moreover, the information sharing between students and teachers is also focused as the main feature.

The Student Handicraft Fair Web Application Contest (2017)
Regional Level: Gold Medal

T.U.P Intra Website Development Contest (2016)
School Level: Winner

Projects (generally a research)


The Impact of Korean Wave (Hallyu) on Thai Adolescents’ Perception towards South Korea (Currently working)

The Location-based Web Application Development for Trip Planning with Limited Conditions (2018)

Gaming Behavior of Upper Secondary Triam Udom Suksa Pattanakarn Student (2017)

The Study of Satisfaction about National Council for Peace and Order’s Work in TUP Students (2016)



Continue : As a freelance

As a freelance

Teaching Assistant (2017-2018)
I have worked as a teaching assistant for Grade 7-8 student practical science course for several times.

Translator (2017-2018)
I have started working as a freelance translator since 2017.

Website Developer (2015-2017)
Creating websites is sustaining my life as a middle-class.

Part-time Salesman (2017)
I worked at Book Fair once for DK Today, a English learning books distributor from Oxford, Cambridge, and so on. I cooperate with a manager about the stocks and advertising plans.

Personal Information

Suphanut Aneknumwong

340 Washirathamsatit 55
Bangjak Phra Khanong Bangkok 10260
July 13, 2000
Tel: (+66)98-8250-6861
suphanutjui@gmail.com
suphanutjui.com

Positions:
Executive Member / Content / Web : ELS
Editorial Staff : Read Me Magazine (TKpark)
Translator : Freelance

Language: English (IELTS 7, 2017), Thai (Native), Japanese (Novice), French (Novice)

Skills: Academic Writing, Public Speaking, Computer Programming, Writing, Basic Graphic Design.

Hobbies: Podcast, East Asian Pop, Haruki-Murakami-type Novel, Go to free events with free food.

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