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Flower at Chiang Mai, Thailand

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Chiang Mai – Thailand

“This patience makes me strong”

My name is Mong. I am 36 years old. I was born in Chiang Mai. My parents are from one of the districts of Mae Hong Son province, along the Thai-Burmese border. 2,274 more words

Gender Equality

A Month in an Elephant Camp

I spent a month in Thailand and it was simultaneously the best and worst month of my life. I got to travel and visit a foreign country, meet many people from all over the world, and care for the most amazing elephant that you’ll ever meet. 1,772 more words

Chiang Mai

Thai Style Tree Hugging

Since arriving in Southeast Asia I’ve often said there’s always something interesting to see every day if you get out and about. Sometimes, you don’t even need to do that. 2,230 more words

Expat Living

Intro to Chiang Mai

The Food Network used to have a show called something like “The Best Thing I Ever Ate.” I don’t know if it’s still being aired, but the premise was simple: famous chefs and Food Network personalities would discuss the best food they had ever eaten. 1,223 more words


Chiang Mai, Thailand

Chiang Mai is a city in the north of Thailand, famed for its many temples, glorious food and chilled back vibe! In my three years in Thailand I have explored many islands and beach areas but had never made it up north so we took my parents with us and spent a few days exploring. 568 more words


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SE Asia is an interesting place to live – and politics and politicians have a huge impact on life.

Thailand has been through – and is still going through – interesting political and regal and legal times. 3,237 more words