Monthly Archives: January 2012

3 Golf Courses, A Theme Park and 100,000 Landmines – The Emerald Triangle Development Plan

The above picture is at the entrance to the Emerald Triangle, the point where Thailand, Cambodia and Laos meet. According to a TAT source on February 15, 2002, it’s also the site of a proposed plan to build three golf courses, an … Continue reading

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171 Thai Basketball Vocabulary & Phrases

As part of my ongoing language study, I’ve put together a list of vocabulary and phrases that have to do with playing and coaching basketball. You can view it here. For more context on how I’m using flashcards on my … Continue reading

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Ubon Air Force Base and Thailand Stock Footage

I was searching online for some info about the battles in the Chong Bok Mountains on the border of Ubon and came across some interesting stock footage from Ubon Ratchathani’s Air Force Base. A few of my favorite links are … Continue reading

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Thailand Signs Part 4

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My Favorite Thai Language Learning Tool

I’m learning Thai and have searched for a variety of resources and tools to help me along the way, probably wasting too much time searching instead of actually using many of the resources I’ve found. Last month I came across … Continue reading

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