The subject will shift to “Board Games and Books” when the new learning environment has been presented. Participants can discuss how books and board games are changing how people learn today. The results of the popular vote will be announced at 2:00 pm. After then, guests can interact with Thai board game designers and play suggested board games in the “Board Game Playground.” Participants in the most recent competition were encouraged to submit ideas for developing an instructive and entertaining board game based on the content of their preferred books. The event will take place at TK Park on the 8th floor of Central World Bangkok on Rama I Road on August 6-7. It will last from 10.30 am to 5.30 pm. Libraries are one of the many attractions offered by TK Park, also known as The Knowledge Park, along with interactive games, seminars, and other activities. On January 24, 2005, the general public may access TK Park. Over 1 million people have visited it in the past 17 years, and over 500,000 books and other goods have been borrowed each year. Teams will exhibit their ideas and work at a “Print and Play Showcase” during the awards ceremony. Additionally, participants will have the chance to vote for their preferred board game. There will be an awards ceremony for a recent competition held by a Bangkok-based educational organization. The business has 30 locations distributed throughout 23 provinces.