On 7 - 12 July 2020, Rajamangala University of Technology Lanna organized activities at the community area "Eating Kom-mon Fish, sleep at Homestay" at Muang Kong Subdistrict, Chiang Dao District Chiang Mai. Technology Clinic of RMUTL associated with tourism and service courses Faculty of Business Administration and Liberal Arts, RMUTL (Chiang Mai), and RMUTL (Nan) organize breeding activities for Kom-mon fish and tourism and homestay management. Asst. Prof. Pairoj Worapojphonchai collaborated with Asst. Amornchai Lhothongkhum and Ariya Santhaweesuk, lecturer in Animal Science and Fisheries, RMUTL (Nan) to breed fish. By breeding Kom-mon fish from the male breeder, about 80 female breeds to be released into the water in this period. The Department of Fisheries also has the policy to stop catching fish. At the same time, Dr. Nawarat Phromoppatham and students have also entered the area to collect tourism and homestay information.
Translated by: Thitisorn Sukrachan
IBM Student/PRD Trainee
Reference : Eating Kom-mon Fish, sleep at Homestay