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Chiang Mai: The Old 'New' City

Good evening from Chiang Mai! I’m so sorry that posts have been slow recently; I’ve mainly been spending my time finding out about visa extensions and boring things like that so there hasn’t been particularly a lot to write about. 1,345 more words


Thailand: Exploring, Eating and Crashing our Motorbikes in Chiang Mai

After our two days in Mae Sot, we caught a bus to Chiang Mai. It took just 5 hours, which was less time than expected. As soon as we got out of the bus station, we found ourselves being summoned towards a red… 2,878 more words


The ugly side of Thailand's elephant tourism

Tourism brochures for Thailand showcase its stunning beaches with clear blue waters; colorful carts of fresh fruits at outdoor markets; and elephants meandering through the jungle with excited visitors on their backs. 385 more words

Flawless performance sees Rittewada Sittigun land Ch7 Super Lightweight gold

THAILAND — Week in week out, Channel 7 Stadium is renowned for delivering some of the best fights in the world of Muay Thai.

And this past Sunday was no exception as Thestar Chengsimiwgym took on Rittewada Sittigun for the Ch7 Super Lightweight (140-lb) gold. 282 more words


Why you should Volunteer at least once in your life.

“Never doubt that a small group of thoughtful, committed citizens can change the world; indeed, it’s the only thing that ever has.” – Margaret Mead…

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Positive Guidance in Thailand Classrooms

 Early childhood classrooms are popular in Thailand, 84% of children aged 3-5 attended some form of organized early childhood education program. The first five years of life, is a time of rapid cognitive, linguistic, social, emotional and motor development, and the most important period of development in a child’s life, therefore early childhood classrooms should be built on a healthy foundation. 743 more words


The Life of Pai

To get away from the tuktuks, taxis, tesco lotuses and fast food chains, I decided to head up north to the small town of Pai for a weekend break. 1,024 more words