I’m happy to introduce a new feature on my teaching method and my learning Thai resources to you all. It’s called Thai Proverbs. My students are thrill for this!! As below : กระต่ายหมายจันทร์ grà-dtàai măai jan Literal meaning is The rabbit dreams of the moon, the saying is therefore about desiring unattainable goals. Mostly used ... Continue »
I’m so excited! I just had one of my dreams come true. I’ve wanted to talk to Ratchanee Sripaiwan, the author of the Maannii มานี books, for as long as I can remember and it finally happened. I was enthralled to finally meet her.
Have you ever had to deal with Thai bureaucracy? I’m here to tell you it’s not fun! While there are a number of things that make Thailand a great place to live, the Thai bureaucracy is definitely not one of them! I’ve known for a quite a while I’d have to deal with the Thai ... Continue »
Hey Everyone! I’m so excited! I just had one of my dreams come true. I’ve wanted to talk to Ratchanee Sripaiwan, the author of the Maanee มานี books, for as long as I can remember and it finally happened. I was enthralled to finally meet her. It took almost two months to find her. ... Continue »
By Vikrom Kromadit http://board.postjung.com/486306.html Translated by Mia Rongsiaw Lemoign It may not be a good beginning of the Tiger Year for Thailand when the President of Japan External Trade Organization (JETRO, Bangkok) mentioned that Thailand might no longer offer interesting investment opportunities to Japanese investors. This reminds us of the remarks that ... Continue »
I recently spoke to one of my new students that has spent the last year learning Thai on his own, without any help from a teacher, following a well known course that uses a variety of books and DVDs. When he first sent me an email, I was very excited to get to meet him, I thought to myself, ”wow, he must be a ... Continue »
Emil Vohlert, Denmark One of my successful Thai language students after 93 lessons with me. It has been 3 months since he relocated to Hua Hin,Thailand where he is attending a University. He has chosen to study in Thai rather than English. He came to visit me in Chiang Mai during the school break and ... Continue »
I love my job, full of surprises, here is one of them : One day, one of my students tried to impress me with the new word he learnt over the weekend. He said, “You will be so proud of me, Mia….I learnt a new word last weekend” I smiled and excited, “อะไรค่ะ??” (à-rai ká : what??) ... Continue »