Miss Universe Thailand 2020 Amanda Obdam graces the launch of SATI mobile app to promote her advocacy

06 Apr 2021 | Ana Walia

Miss Universe Thailand 2020 Amanda Obdam recently graced the event where the SATI mobile application was launched. SATI is an application that offers on-demand listening, and connecting the users to empathetic listeners that are properly trained by the Department of Mental Health. The application is convenient, quick, and efficient to expand the channels of heart-to-heart care between people together at any time in any region.

Amonthep Sajja Muniwong; the founder of the SATI app mentioned, “While many people advocate for the world to have a clean energy Fresh air that can fill our lungs with peace of mind, we want to create a safe space. And promote a society of more understanding to make this world truly liveable.” Amanda Obdam appreciated the launch of an application that promotes what she truly believes in and was happy to be a part of the launch.  In addition to the launch of the application, it is also open to good listener volunteers.



Amanda’s campaign, “Have you listened?” relates to the SATI mobile app’s goal as she wants to create a platform where she can emphasize the importance of listening and urge everyone to understand that the act of listening should be adapted by everyone as an essential part of one’s life. SATI mobile application also promotes the same thing; easing down the conversation around mental health and giving people a safe platform or space to reach out to the professionals who would listen to them.

Miss Universe Thailand 2020 Amanda Obdam who is also preparing herself for the finale night of Miss Universe 2020 which is scheduled to be held on 16th May 2021 in the United States is known for speaking up for what she truly believes in and this time, she is raising her voice for the crimes against Asians.

The diva posted a video on her social media account explaining the entire scenario; she started by stating, “Imagine they calling you evil because you have black hair, imagine they calling you a bad person just because you have tattoos. These types of situations shouldn’t happen today but unfortunately, it is happening to Asian people. We have been hated, we have been hurt, and we have been killed only because we are Asian.”



Amanda continued to express her disappointment with everything that’s been going on with the crimes against Asian people and further added, “I am deeply enraged and heartbroken not because I am Asian but because this is what human beings are all about; having respect for one another.” The diva later stated a fact where she added that 58% of hate crime in America is about race and ethnicity; Anti-Asian hate crimes in 16 of America’s largest cities have increased 149% in 2020.

The Thai queen further added that those numbers are the only ones that are documented on the papers with the United States but we all seen discrimination and hate crimes towards Asians all over the world. She described the situations like these “That’s racism on steroids, and you know deep down in your heart that this is wrong.” Amanda lastly added, “Asians are humans too and every single human being is equal and we should have the right to live peacefully and safely.” The beauty queen urged everyone to spread love and stop Asian hate because the change comes within you.