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201404 Bangkok- Tentative Program.pdf (Update: March 18, 2014)
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International Liaison: Scott Michael Smith
Scott Michael Smith is a PhD candidate at Assumption University, Thailand. Scott has been researching Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) initiatives in the accommodation sector and is currently working on his dissertation, focusing on the successful communication of CSR in SE Asia. Scott has over 20 years of practical experience as an owner and manager in the service sector and more than a decade’s worth of teaching and consulting experience in Thailand. He has published numerous articles regarding the communication of CSR and is a popular contributor at international conferences and seminars. Scott has experience hosting academic conferences and has been invited to present keynote speeches on a variety of topics throughout SE Asia.
Songkarn Festival - April 13th
• 1. What is Songkran?
Songkran is Thailand's most famous festival. An important event on the Buddhist calendar, this water festival marks the beginning of the traditional Thai New Year. The name Songkran comes from a Sanskrit word meaning 'passing' or 'approaching'.
• 2. How do the people of Thailand celebrate Songkran?
Water is an important element of Songkran, especially in more recent times when the throwing of water has become a huge part of the annual celebrations and if you're visiting Thailand during this period don't be surprised if you get splashed. Crowds of people roam around throwing bucketfuls of water, using water pistols and just generally soaking anyone in the vicinity. Appreciation of family is another important aspect of the festival, with many Thai people making their way to their hometowns to spend time with older relatives. Buddhists also visit temples throughout Songkran where water is poured on Buddha images and on the hands of Buddhist monks as a mark of respect.
• 3. What happens on the first day of the festival?
Known as Songkran Day, the first day of the festival is an exuberant celebration with processions of Buddha images taking place throughout the country. The Thai people also prepare themselves for the beginning of the new year with lots of house cleaning. On top of that, April 13th is when the water throwing really gets going!
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)
1. Where can I submit my paper for conference & journal publication?
Prospective authors should submit their papers either for conference or Journal publication by first making registration online, and then submit them electronically. The acceptance of paper submission will be confirmed via e-mail within three working days.
2. What is the length limit for journal/conference papers?
(1) The formatted final research papers should be 8 pages maximum (including figures).
(2) Abstract is 500 words maximum.
(3) Full paper must be submitted electronically in Word.
3. What equipment is provided for oral presentation at the conference?
(1) Laptop Computer
(2) LCD Data Projector
(3) USB Flash Drive – Memory
(4) CD/DVD-ROM Drive
(5) PowerPoint Presentation Remote with Laser Pointer
(6) PowerPoint Presentation/Acrobat Reader Softwar
4. How can I receive an official invitation letter for the conference attendance?
(1) Invitation letter will be provided upon request by authors or other participants once signed up and being accepted.
(2) ASEAI official invitation letter will be provided in the form of a soft copy via e-mail, and will help facilitate the VISA application process.
(3) The process for VISA application generally takes a month, and the authors should keep an eye on their own applications. The ASEAI Secretariat cannot guarantee that all authors are able to obtain the VISA.
5. When will I receive the receipt of registration fees?
The receipt will be issued by ASEAI at the registration desk and is also available upon request.
6. What is the length of oral presentation?
Each presentation takes approximately 10-15 minutes including discussions.
7. Is there a poster presentation session?
Yes, the Poster Papers are included in the Poster Presentation Sessions and Conference Proceedings.
8. What is the standard format for poster session?
(1) Material: Abstract/Full paper printed on a poster/A4 paper(s) which can be posted on the Canvases
(2) Size: smaller than 60cm×160cm
(3) Content: The research findings in the poster presenter’s abstract/ full paper
9. Is there anything the ASEAI Secretariat can provide for poster session?
Yes. The ASEAI Secretariat provides the following items:
(1) X Racks & Base Fabric Canvases
(2) Adhesive Tapes or Clamps
10. Do I have to stay at the conference hotel?
Not really, it is depend on your personal preference; however it is highly recommended so long as convenience is concerned. You can also stay at the hotel of your own option.
11. Does the ASEAI arrange accommodation and travel itinerary for the conference participants?
No, we are only responsible for the conference. The conference participants should arrange their own accommodation and travel itinerary.