Flags of ASEAN



The ASEAN Flag is a symbol of Member States’ unity and support for the principles and endeavors of ASEAN and is a means to promote greater ASEAN awareness and solidarity. Blue represents peace and stability. Red represents courage and dynamism. White represents purity. Yellow represents prosperity.

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The IRO website

The IRO website

We are very excited to have finally launched the IRO website! At the moment it’s still hosted on the free blog platform of WordPress.com, so we have the freedom to test everything. The IRO department launched this website itself, without any IT help. (so don’t panic when weird things happen, we’re probably messing with some settings) If all goes well, we hope to use our own URL in the future and use a theme design that better reflects the International Relations Office as well as our University. If you have any comments or suggestions, please let us know.

A little bit about WordPress
WordPress is known as an open-source CMS (Content Management System). Open source simply means that it’s free and supported by thousands of developers who continue to improve upon it.  It’s also by far the most popular website platform in use today. Over 7.5 million websites were built with WordPress and 1.2 million of them are the most popular and most visited sites in the world.

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Clothing Identity

Traditional Clothing

Traditional clothing and costumes are garments worn to indicate national, cultural or religious identity. They can represent an entire nation or a small regional area. Traditional costumes are as different as the people who wear them. Discovering and learning about different customs and clothing is essential to any trip. Let’s have a closer look at some traditional clothing in the ASEAN community.

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RMUTSB in collaboration with the other 8 Rajamangala universities of technology organized the 6th Rajamangala Universities of Technology National Conference (6th RMUTNC) and the 5th Rajamangala Universities of Technology International Conference (5th RMUTIC) on the theme of “Technology and Innovation towards ASEAN”. The main objective is to provide a platform for academic/research presentation and discussion at the national and international level focusing on the fields of science and technology as well as social science. This opens up a great opportunity for fellow colleagues and people in general from around the world to share experience, exchange ideas and on the national and international research development.

we have opened the registration and abstract on-line submission at www.rmutcon.rmutsb.ac.th. The deadline for abstract submission is March 31, 2014. Should you have questions, please do not hesitate to contact us

The local conference committee of Research and Development Institute, RMUTSB Huntra campus

Phranakhon  Si Ayutthaya, Thailand

(Tel. & Fax : +660 3570 9097, e-Mail : rdi_rmutsb@hotmail.com).



Happy New Year
Have a happy and prosperous New Year. May the blessings of the Lord enrich your family and friends, not only in wealth but in health, love and happiness.
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Christmas Day

The History of Christmas Day

In the Western world, the birthday of Jesus Christ has been celebrated on December 25th since AD 354, replacing an earlier date of January 6th. The Christians had by then appropriated many pagan festivals and traditions of the season, that were practiced in many parts of the Middle East and Europe, as a means of stamping them out.

There were mid-winter festivals in ancient Babylon and Egypt, and Germanic fertility festivals also took place at this time. The birth of the ancient sun-god Attis in Phrygia was celebrated on December 25th, as was the birth of the Persian sun-god, Mithras. The Romans celebrated Saturnalia, a festival dedicated to Saturn, the god of peace and plenty, that ran from the 17th to 24th of December. Public gathering places were decorated with flowers, gifts and candles were exchanged and the population, slaves and masters alike, celebrated the occasion with great enthusiasm.

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