« Colorado Wildfires | Main | The Demise of the World's Languages »

Comments

Wow, that was interesting. I have written a lot about Thais and how I perceive them. I agree with nearly everything here. I'm an American, and bewildered by Thai people even after eight years in Thailand. I am married to a Thai woman, and we have a daughter. I wonder - will I understand her if we continue to live here? Should we move immediately back to the states?

I wrote a rather controversial book, "Thailand Black Book" - on amazon. In it, I try to give a new visitor a heads-up for what might be encountered. I hope I helped add to the topic here!

Best of luck and life,

Mike Fook

The comments to this entry are closed.

My Photo

MY OTHER WEB SITES

  • Mandelbulb3d Fractal Images
    Notes about construction, parameters, and expandable images at my deviantArt site.
  • Chiang Mai Tales
    Tales, stories, mythology, and glimpses of life in Thailand
  • Another Repository
    Collection of writings - short stories, essays, rants and raves
  • The Repository
    A recollection of several years of my youth spent in Japan - from Russian translator to Zen monk.
Blog powered by Typepad

Current Reading

  • Jorge Luis Borges: FICCIONES
  • Jonathan D. Spence: Return to Dragon Mountain: Memories of a Late Ming Man
  • Neil Stephenson: SNOW CRASH
  • Daniel Tammet: BORN ON A BLUE DAY
  • Gabriel García Márquez: THE AUTUMN OF THE PATRIARCH

Your email address:


Powered by FeedBlitz

MY OTHER WEB SITES

  • Mandelbulb3d Fractal Images
    Notes about construction, parameters, and expandable images at my deviantArt site.
  • Chiang Mai Tales
    Tales, stories, mythology, and glimpses of life in Thailand
  • Another Repository
    Collection of writings - short stories, essays, rants and raves
  • The Repository
    A recollection of several years of my youth spent in Japan - from Russian translator to Zen monk.

Translate

  • Bablefish Translate

Chaing Mai