Editorial Note

October / November 2015

How are you, dear subscribers and readers? I have confidence that those who read Elite+ magazine can take the global economic problems firmly in stride. Elite+ provides articles that concern you and send signals of warning from time to time through our world watch writers.

For the cover story of this issue, Elite+ has the privilege of an interview with Professor Prawase Wasi, a respected doctor and civil society leader who has devoted his life as a social intellectual and pragmatist to the holistic development of Thailand and the world. The content of this interview is

related to the present government, because Somkid Jatusripitak, deputy prime minister and head of the Thai economic cabinet, has taken on Professor Wasi’s Pracharat development policy as part of the national agenda.

Another highlight is the exclusive speech of Dr Kobsak Pootrakul on the topic “Wisdom in Crisis”, given to Elite+ subscribers and advertisers at our recent anniversary event. Dr Kobsak is a macroeconomist and a guru of the elites who has a social commitment. Elite+ is very proud that he

accepted to be the keynote speaker on our special occasion.

All of your favourite columns like Diplomatic Affairs, Country Portrait, Marketing Mind andentertainment content such as on adventure, music, health and travel will continue to be selected, while new ways to access them, new ideas and new styles of presentation will ensure that our readers have

everything they need inside every issue of Elite+. Moreover, the development of our new website will provide more content, information and services. Visit www.eliteplusmagazine.com, which is continuously updated, whether its look and feel, user-friendly menu, news or information on various

elite cultural events, etc.

Although more of our efforts and considerable budget ensure that both our offline and online content continues to be lively and relevant, without a variety of comments from our readers two way communication can’t be possible and our development might move away from your interests. So

please do give feedback to us, in polite or strong words, as we are forever open to be “The Magazine for Sophisticated Cosmopolitans”.


Warm regards,
Arthorn Techatada