Very slow learn­ers

Bangkok Post - - WORLD -

In his Sept 8 let­ter Songdej Pra­dits­manon writes that stu­dent Neti­wit Chotiphat­phaisal “was al­ready con­demned by fair-minded in­di­vid­u­als and cursed by many alumni” but what he doesn’t ex­plain is why. To some of us sim­ple minded non-Chula grad­u­ates it ap­pears that Mr Neti­wit has clearly un­der­stood the mes­sage from King Rama V given in 1873 when he ex­pressed “the ne­ces­sity of re­build­ing a more equal re­la­tion­ship be­tween dif­fer­ent groups in so­ci­ety”. What isn’t ap­par­ent is that the ad­min­is­tra­tors run­ning the univer­sity have un­der­stood this mes­sage and taken steps to ad­vance these opin­ions.

Hav­ing had 144 years to pon­der the sub­ject I must draw the con­clu­sion that these peo­ple are ex­tremely slow learn­ers and maybe not so fair-minded at all. LUNGSTIB

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