Media coverage 2007

December, 2007: Malta Times - Faces of Thailand Exhibition 

Maltese painter and illustrator, Marisa Attard, opened her exhibition of portrait paintings, at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, in the nation’s capital, Valetta, on 6th December. The exhibition features a number of paintings of children from Kalim School. Part of the proceeds will go to Phuket Has Been Good To Us.

For more on the exhibit, see this article from the Malta Times

August, 2007: Channel 11, Andaman News TV11, Radio Thailand, FM 90.5 Phuket City, Phuket Cable Channel 1 and Phuket Post - Books For Phuket campaign 
Phuket Has Been Good To Us Foundation teams up with world renowned publishers Simon and Schuster, and Harper Collins. Following a book drive in America known as 'Books For Phuket' and subsequent donations of books and postage from major publishing houses, the Foundation opened libraries in its two schools of operation: Kamala and Kalim. The ribbon cutting ceremony at the Kamala school was overseen by the Vice Governor of Phuket. Simon and Schuster's Jennifer Nicholson travelled to Phuket to assist in the set up of the libraries and are interviewed in a local Channel 11 broadcast (see below).

April, 2007: Phuket Post - end of school year
The children of Kalim School celebrate the end of a successful year of learning with the Phuket Has Been Good To Us Foundation.

February, 2007: Channel 11 - Interview
Follow the link to download the 7 1/2 minute video (5MB) broadcast on Andaman News TV11 and Radio Thailand FM90.5 Phuket City, and on Phuket Cable channel 1. 

January, 2007: Phuket Bulletin (in both Thai and English) - The Phuket Has Been Good To Us Foundation

This is a general article about the Foundation in a Phuket bilingual publication.

January, 2007: Channel 11 - Interviews
There was a 6 minute video broadcasted on Andaman News TV11 and Radio Thailand FM90.5 Phuket City, and on Phuket Cable channel 1.

The Phuket Has Been Good To Us Foundation was also featured in news report on Children's Day on Phuket. Some of the Foundation's volunteers appear in the video.