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Transform Office Syndrome: Join BEM CARE 2024 Celebration at MRT Chatuchak Park Station

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Bangkok Expressway and Metro Public Company Limited (BEM) is throwing a bash like no other to mark the 20th anniversary of the MRT Blue Line. Join BEM, along with the Mass Rapid Transit Authority of Thailand (MRTA), the Expressway Authority of Thailand (EXAT), the Thai Health Promotion Foundation (ThaiHealth), CH. Karnchang Public Company Limited, and Bangkok Metro Networks Limited (BMN) at the grand event, “BEM CARE 2024…Say Goodbye to Office Syndrome,” from July 11-13, 2024, from 10:00 AM to 8:00 PM, at the MRT Chatuchak Park Station.

The goal? To transform the dreaded office syndrome into something fun and healthy! Overflowing with quirky activities, eye-opening workshops, and a trove of expert advice, this health fair promises to make wellness an everyday joy for working professionals. Featuring everything from enlightening talks to exhilarating exercise sessions and mouth-watering healthy food, it’s your one-stop solution for all things health-related.

Feeling the strain? Unwind with these fun activities:

  • Exercise Anywhere Anytime: All you need is a resistance band and a little guidance from the star trainer behind Oily’s Story. Let’s get stretching!
  • Zumba Dance: Shake off the neck, shoulder, and back pain with a Zumba instructor who transforms exercise into a blast.

Get the lowdown from renowned specialists:

  • “Working until your fingers, back, and shoulders are locked!…Knock Knock Knock, Doctor, please unlock them for me” by Police Major Woraphon (Dr. Punch) Jaroenporn, M.D., an upper extremities and reconstructive microsurgery expert famous on TikTok.
  • < strong>“Solve tension problems easily” with Boonyaporn (Peach) Lertwattanakitti, a Physical Therapist and the brain behind the popular page “Manut Tueng” that boasts over half a million followers!
  • “High heels…Beauty that comes at the cost of health” by Dr. Suparat (Dr. Pan) Thuannavarat, M.S., a PM&R (Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation) physician.

Hands-on workshops to give your body the TLC it deserves:

  • Ergonomics for Healthy Workshop: Elevate your quality of life with expert guidance from SENSEIO Clinic.
  • Cooking Class: Dive into healthy cooking that fights muscle pain from office syndrome. Eat Well Concept and the SAKID Application have got your back!
  • Stretch to the max…Conquer office syndrome: Jetts Fitness will show you how to stretch your way to a healthier you!

Shop till you drop with fantastic prizes up for grabs:

  • Spend 500 Baht or more (receipts can be combined) on products or services from our partners, and snag two exclusive souvenirs: a resistance band or BEM CARE 2024 ice cream.
  • Feeling lucky? Enter the daily Lucky Draw from 6:30 PM – 7:00 PM for a shot at special prizes!

Free health check-ups galore: Leading hospitals such as the Medical Development Clinic, Hua Chiew Hospital, Vibhavadi Hospital, Navavej International Hospital, Paolo Memorial Hospital Chokechai 4, Pace Wellness Clinic, Rehab Care Clinic, and The Oasis Clinic are ready to give you a thorough once-over.

Dance your way to victory: Strut your stuff with the Just Dance game at the BEM booth and win some fabulous prizes!

So don’t miss out! Swing by BEM CARE 2024…Say Goodbye to Office Syndrome from July 11-13, 2024, between 10:00 AM and 8:00 PM at MRT Chatuchak Park Station, near exits 2 and 3. Keep up with the buzz on Facebook and X: BEM Bangkok Expressway and Metro.


  1. HealthGuru44 July 8, 2024

    It’s great to see efforts being made to combat office syndrome. Sitting all day without proper ergonomics is a nightmare for your body!

    • John Smith July 8, 2024

      I agree! It’s about time companies put their employees’ health first. These workshops could really help people live better lives.

      • Anita July 8, 2024

        Workshops are nice, but how many people will actually follow through with these exercises once the event is over?

        • HealthGuru44 July 8, 2024

          That’s a fair point, Anita. Long-term commitment is key. Maybe continuous follow-up programs could be the next step.

  2. UrbanNavigator July 8, 2024

    Such events should be held more frequently! Public awareness about health is still quite low.

    • TechieTony July 8, 2024

      Yeah, but do people even have time for this? Most are too busy with their hectic work schedules to attend such events.

      • FitnessFan July 8, 2024

        If you don’t make time for health now, you’ll have to make time for illness later.

  3. Jane_Doe July 8, 2024

    Can’t wait for the Zumba sessions! Exercise that’s fun is the best kind of exercise.

  4. YogaLover July 8, 2024

    The ‘Stretch to the max’ workshop sounds like a fantastic idea. Jetts Fitness always has great programs.

  5. CriticX July 8, 2024

    Another gimmick to market the MRT. How many people are actually going to change their lifestyle because of one event?

    • HappyTraveler July 8, 2024

      Not everything needs to change the world. If it helps even a few people, isn’t it worth it?

      • CriticX July 8, 2024

        Sure, but we need more consistent efforts, not one-time events that fade from memory quickly.

  6. GreenEater July 8, 2024

    The healthy cooking class is a great addition. Diet is just as important as exercises, if not more.

  7. Marcus July 8, 2024

    Looking forward to the free health check-ups. It’s a good opportunity to get some professional advice without spending a lot of money.

    • Cathy July 8, 2024

      True, but I hope they won’t just use the check-ups to push more treatments or meds on people.

      • Marcus July 8, 2024

        That’s always a concern, but it’s still nice to have the option for a free check-up.

  8. Sammy73 July 8, 2024

    Does anyone know if children are allowed at the event? I think it could be educational for them too.

    • MamaBear July 8, 2024

      I don’t see why not. It’s a public event, and children can benefit from learning about health early on.

      • Sammy73 July 8, 2024

        Good point. Education on health should start young. I’ll bring my kids for sure.

  9. EcoWarrior July 8, 2024

    I hope the event also considers environmental impact. Handing out lots of souvenirs and food samples can generate a lot of waste.

    • GreenGoddess July 8, 2024

      Exactly! Health initiatives should be eco-friendly too. Maybe digital alternatives to physical souvenirs could be considered.

      • EcoWarrior July 8, 2024

        That’s a great idea! Digital souvenirs would be a more sustainable option.

  10. SeriousSam July 8, 2024

    Dr. Punch from TikTok is giving a talk? Seems more like they are trying to attract crowds than provide real health benefits.

    • JennyLovesCats July 8, 2024

      He may be popular on TikTok, but Dr. Punch is also an expert in his field. Sometimes popular figures can make serious topics more accessible.

      • SeriousSam July 8, 2024

        Maybe, but I just hope people take his advice seriously and not just follow him for entertainment.

  11. Karen B. July 8, 2024

    High heels… Beauty at the cost of health? This certainly applies to many women. Glad to see it being addressed.

    • Fashionista July 8, 2024

      Yeah, but sometimes fashion demands sacrifices. Can’t we balance both somehow?

      • Karen B. July 8, 2024

        There must be healthier fashion choices out there. It’s about time designers took note of health implications.

  12. GamerGuy July 8, 2024

    Excited for the Just Dance competition at the BEM booth! Gaming and exercise combined is a win-win.

  13. Skeptic23 July 8, 2024

    Transforming office syndrome into fun sounds unrealistic. It’s a serious issue affecting millions.

    • Optimist79 July 8, 2024

      Any effort to address it, even in a fun way, is a step in the right direction. Sometimes lightening the mood helps people open up to change.

      • Skeptic23 July 8, 2024

        I suppose, though it needs to be backed by genuine initiatives and consistent efforts.

  14. VeganChef July 8, 2024

    Definitely joining the cooking class. Healthy eating is crucial for overall well-being.

  15. Jenna July 8, 2024

    What a fantastic initiative! It’s going to be a holistic approach to tackling a widespread issue.

    • TomH July 8, 2024

      Holistic is nice, but let’s hope these vendors aren’t just in it for their own profit.

      • Jenna July 8, 2024

        I understand the concern, but not every initiative has ulterior motives. Sometimes it’s just about community and health.

  16. Sandy Beaches July 8, 2024

    I love that various health checks are included. It feels like a comprehensive approach to workplace health. Kudos to BEM!

  17. ZumbaQueen July 8, 2024

    Zumba Dance to shake off the pain? Count me in! Dancing is a stress buster.

  18. Bookworm23 July 8, 2024

    Are there any booklets or guides being handed out during this event? Would love to have something to follow at home.

    • EventLover July 8, 2024

      I hope so too. Often these events lack take-home material. They should provide something to keep the momentum going.

      • Bookworm23 July 8, 2024

        Exactly! Take-home guides would be so useful for long-term benefit.

  19. Pessimist22 July 8, 2024

    Why bother? Office syndrome is inevitable in desk jobs. This won’t change much.

    • SilverLining July 8, 2024

      Every little bit helps. Even if it’s incremental, change is better than staying stagnant.

  20. MindfulMike July 8, 2024

    I hope there are mindfulness and meditation sessions too. Mental health is just as crucial as physical health.

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