Straight-talking Nathani Uthairat doesn't bat an eyelid when he says his rowdy past is behind him. During a break between classes, the third-year student at Samut Prakan Polytechnic College, who once had a chequered history with student gangs, spoke candidly about his resolve to complete his final year with distinction, and launch his career as a promising mechanic at a factory in Samut Prakan.
Nathani Uthairat is happiest when learning new skills.
"Carrying out attacks on each other's turf doesn't benefit anyone, only the ego of the gang leader," said the 18-year-old with conviction.
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