Number of visitors to mental health centers increase due to smartphones addiction

(LANKAPUVATH | MONGOLIA) – The excessive use of smartphones and electronic gadgets in Mongolia has left many children addicted, which affects their behavior and lifestyle, increasing the children’s need for medical care and causing a decline in family and social interaction.

"Number of visitors to mental health centers increase due to smartphones addiction"

To assist people with visual impairment, a 12-years-old child invents special robot

(LANKAPUVATH | PALESTINE) – Despite limited resources, Mohammed al-Halaq, who is only 12 years old, managed to manufacture a useful robot that assists people with visual and hearing impairments walk alone without the fear of bumping into things.

"To assist people with visual impairment, a 12-years-old child invents special robot"

Ghar el Melh town, a distinctive agricultural experiment in seawater irrigation

(LANKAPUVATH | TUNISIA) – Ghar el Melh town, located in north-eastern Tunisia, is known not only for its wonderful beaches but also for a distinctive agricultural system locally and globally, which is “Ramli Agriculture”, that depends on sea water irrigation, which occurs between three beaches, the fresh lake beach, Sebkha el Melah beach and the Mediterranean beach.

"Ghar el Melh town, a distinctive agricultural experiment in seawater irrigation"

Loy Kratong Festival Launches amid Celebrations: Rivers and lagoons full of hand-crafted lotuses

(LANKAPUVATH | THAILAND) – Buriram Province – with the cooperation of Buriram Provincial Cultural Office, Prakhon Chai District, and Chorakhe Mak Sub-district – has arranged a grand Loy Kratong Festival in Prasat Muang Tam Archaeological Site’s area from November 18th – 19th, 2021, the festival represent the common culture of the NE, part of Thailand, and called “Baray Satta Somna Sai Nam Prasat Muang Tam Nomnam Pucha.”

"Loy Kratong Festival Launches amid Celebrations: Rivers and lagoons full of hand-crafted lotuses"

Cambodian artists keen to return to work after struggling with COVID lockdowns

(LANKAPUVATH | CAMBODIA) – The Cambodian government announced the re-launch of the tourism industry after a pause for nearly 2 years, which is considered an opportunity for painters and art traders to overcome the stagnation period that accompanied the lockdown due to the outbreak of the Coronavirus, forcing many of them to engage in jobs far from their talent to secure their livelihood.

"Cambodian artists keen to return to work after struggling with COVID lockdowns"