The fight against corruption should begin in childhood, a seminar was told yesterday.
"We cannot instill a sense of responsibility in a person once they reach adulthood," National Anti-Corruption Commission member Vicha Mahakhun said.
"Look at Japan - they educate children in kindergarten that [the nation] belongs to them so they all need to work together to care for what is theirs. Therefore, they think of what benefits the community rather than themselves," Mr Vicha said.
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