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Thailand Knowledge Park (TK Park) invites board gamers and enthusiasts to the award ceremony for the “Print & Play: Play and Learn Without Borders – Season 2” board game competition on the topic of “Book on Board: Transforming a Favorite Book into an Ideal Board Game.”
Contestants were encouraged to submit ideas for turning the content of their favourite books into an informative and entertaining board game in this competition.
Among the activities highlighted at the award ceremony are:
1. Print & Play Showcase – All ten participating teams will present their ideas and works. Attendees at the event will also be asked to vote for their favourite board game for the Popular Vote position.
2. Board Game Playground — Event attendees will be invited to play shortlisted board games and speak with Thai board game developers who will be on hand to provide an entertaining experience at the event.
3. Special Talk – Listen to a discussion on the topic “Board Games and Books on the Day of Changing Learning Environment.” Discuss changes and the arrival of board games, as well as books, that are becoming part of the learning culture.
On August 6-7, 2022, from 10.30 am to 5.30 pm, cheer on the contestants, vote for favourite ideas, and try playing board games. The Grand Prize and Popular Vote winners will be announced on August 7, 2022, at 2:00 pm at TK Park, 8th floor, CentralWorld Bangkok. More information can be found at www.tkpark.or.th or www.facebook.com/tkparkclub.
TK Park was first opened to the public on January 24, 2005, as a creative learning organization under the Office of Knowledge Management and Development (Public Organization), Office of the Prime Minister.
For the past 17 years, TK Park has welcomed more than 1,000,000 people, with more than 500,000 books and materials checked out annually.
TK Park also collaborates with local partners and expands its unique learning centers to 30 locations in 23 provinces, more than 300 community learning centres, 76 school libraries in every province, and 20 living libraries in army camps.
In the 17th year, TK Park is moving forward with its mission of building the future learning ecosystem by improving the availability of its services to meet the needs of young generations in the digital world, promoting good reading habits and lifelong learning.
Published : July 31, 2022