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analiza perez-amurao 
-------------------------------teaching without barriers-------------------------------

"God's love for others does not stop at the border; neither should ours."
dillon burroughs

educator. migrant. advocate.

APA is a multi-awarded Filipina international educator currently based in Bangkok, Thailand. She has published in various international and regional academic and non-academic platforms, including Sojourn (ISEAS Yusof Ishak Institute), Time Taylor International, TESOL Journal, Asia Times, The Jakarta Post, and Rappler, among others.
She has also been actively involved in various socio-civic projects that directly relate to her advocacy. Her tenet is anchored on helping people through education regardless of gender, age, race and nationality. 
For her, education should know no barriers.

how we can work together


Speaking & Workshops


Consulting


Publications

APA's projects

Research Cluster Grant

BANGKOK NOI RESEARCH CLUSTER PROJECT, Bangkok Noi Walks
December 2019- March 2020


“Bangkok Noi Walks” is a project originally conceptualized by Asst. Prof. Dr. Analiza Perez-Amurao and Mr. George T. Amurao. They prepared a proposal aimed at developing the potential of the Bangkok Noi community as a cultural and tourism site by establishing a walking tour that would highlight the hitherto little-known religious and cultural gems of this neighborhood. Although Mr. Amurao eventually had to leave the project for other commitments, several landmark features of this project remain to be his ideas.


This project became possible as well through the help of its consultants, namely, Asst. Prof. Dr. Tiamsoon Sirisrisak, Thai history and culture expert, Asst. Prof. Dr. Sompong Amnuay-Ngerntra, community-based and cultural tourism expert, Ms. Mariejoy San Buenaventura, writer, and Ms. Jaruwan Duangkhamchan, research assistant.


Likewise, this project would not have been possible without the help of MUIC students who are mostly from the Intercultural Studies and Languages Program, namely, Ms. Nicha Tamthong, lead student-research assistant, Ms. Sirima Sangnark, Ms. Oranong Mongkonjaroenkij, Mr. Pachara Charoensilpsakul, and Artorn Sriruya.


It is hoped that by shining the spotlight on the community’s historical and cultural value, local residents will be given the opportunity to have an additional source of livelihood.


This project was initiated by Mahidol University-Faculty of Medicine Siriraj Hospital with funding support from the Thai Health Foundation and the active participation of Mahidol University International College.


blogs

~~~ previous blog posts ~~~


BANGKOK CULTURE AND ART CENTRE (BCAC)

1 January 2019

BARCELONA CONFERENCE
20 April 2018

SAWASDEE PEE MAI TRAVEL DESTINATION
11 April 2018

FIVE THINGS YOU NEED TO KNOW ABOUT TEACHERS
10 April 2018

THE JOYS OF TRAVELING

7 April 2018

NUT'S GRIT

31 March 2018

ON BECOMING A GOOD WRITER 

9 March 2018 

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East-West Bank

Book: Quest for Greener Pastures

The Philippine Daily Inquirer

Malacañang Palace

Mahidol University International College

Do More Awards Rappler
Rexona Philippines

SEAMEO- Australia Award

Philippine Normal University

Philippine Star







The Nation