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— Link-tastic!

Link-tastic!

How can you get along better with your teaching assistant? Where do the trendiest young Bangkok chefs go to eat? How much do you need to retire in Chiang Mai? How can you become a mediocre teacher? The answers to all these questions and more in Peter Clarke's round-up of Thailand net stuff.


— Get your team in!

Get your team in!

Now in its 8th season, we are once again running the ajarn.com fantasy football league. Last year we had well over a hundred teams taking part. Once you have logged in to the premier league site, the code to join the ajarn.com league is 587590-149129


— "Thailand is great for a newbie but you need to be professional"

"Thailand is great for a newbie but you need to be professional"

Martin is our latest great escapee. He taught in Thailand for five years and loved every minute but decided he had to secure a better future. So it was off to Saudi Arabia for money, money, money.


— The visa crackdown

The visa crackdown

The Asian Correspondent talks to ajarn.com, teacher recruiter Richard Barrow and teacher Paul Garrigan about the visa crackdown and how it might affect teachers in Thailand and the Thai education system. If you would like to have your say on any teaching in Thailand issues, then the ajarn postbox is the place.



— Lee Craker - the man behind the lens

Lee Craker - the man behind the lens

American photographer, Lee Craker, has a portfolio of some of the best Thailand images I've ever seen. When I discovered he ran his own photography workshops in Nakhon Nayok and recently covered the exodus of Cambodian migrant workers, I knew this was a guy we needed to get into the ajarn hot seat. Thankfully he accepted my invitation.  


— I don't go to tailor shops anymore

I don't go to tailor shops anymore

I don't go to see a movies at the theater, I never go on expat discussion forums and I certainly never buy fruit from a supermarket. Mickey Sheehan contemplates the ways his Bangkok lifestyle has changed.


— Another great Bangkok escape

Another great Bangkok escape

I've long been a fan of Khao Takiab, a quiet beach resort just a few kilometres from the popular town of Hua Hin. You won't find noisy bars and neon lights. It'll be just you, a handful of weekend daytrippers, the rolling waves and a few cheeky monkeys. I'm glad that Ajarn blogger Sam Thompson has joined the fan club. 


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Thailand teaching stuff - July 2014

A selection of interesting Thailand-related articles and blogs

I don't go to see movies these days

In fact there's a whole bunch of stuff I don't seem to do anymore

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The scarlet K

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