English is our primary source of communication which is having its impact on every work field. If students have a strong basic of English, they can make themselves understood in their surroundings and a large amount of information from the internet. The lecturers aware the importance of English and communication. It is realized that to access them, students need to practice it. For this reason, on the 6th of August 2018, Miss Unaree Taladngoen, Head of Language Center (RMUTL Phitsanuloke) together with English lecturers from Liberal Arts department set up an Inter-Cultural Day 2018. The event was participated by various students, lecturers and spectators to witness the beauty and cultures of the 10 participating countries namely: Thailand, Italy, Mexico, Philippines, Laos, South Korea, Japan, USA, UK and China. At the end of the event, the best booth, national costumes, traditional food and traditional performance were awarded to the deserving winners. The project aims to:
Inter-Cultural Day 2018 brought up team work and the adaptation among students. The excitement of seeing splendid costumes, food and performance leads to comfortable feeling between lectures and students.