Simon Perry

"The worst thing about Thailand is the government generally seeing very little distinction between expat and tourist." Ajarn is asking expats some random questions on life in Thailand. Simon lives in Bangkok.


Patrick Verbruggen

"The poor air quality in the north has made us seriously rethink our plans of moving there" Ajarn is asking expats some random questions on life in Thailand. Patrick lives in Khon Kaen.


Carlton Jarvis

"Thailand is bouncing back and with that will come the smiles again". Ajarn is asking expats some random questions on life in Thailand. Carlton lives in Bangkok.


Brendan O'Gara

"I often shake my head when I hear people complaining about prices here" Ajarn is asking expats some random questions on life in Thailand. Brendan lives in Chiang Mai.


Phil Williams

Ajarn is asking expats some random questions on life in Thailand. I will start the ball rolling and hope others volunteer some of their precious time.


Buzz Langton

We're chatting to expats who live and work in Thailand about the pandemic situation here. London-born Buzz, is an account manager for a localization organization (translating digital media). He's lived in Thailand on and off for 20 years.


Ceri Weaver

We're chatting to expats who live and work in Thailand about the pandemic situation here. Ceri moved to Bangkok in late 2019, so living here during Covid times is really almost all he's known.


Johnny Bell

We're chatting to expats who live and work in Thailand about the pandemic situation here. Welshman Johnny is a retiree and lives down in Pattaya with his Thai partner and grown-up son. Even though Johnny is battling physical challenges, his incredibly positive outlook is something to behold.


Mark Collins

We're chatting to expats who live and work in Thailand about the pandemic situation here. Bangkok-based Mark heads up sales across Asia for a US sports recovery company.


Richard Keyworth

We're chatting to expats who live and work in Thailand about the pandemic situation here. Yorkshireman Richard runs his own export business out of Chiang Mai and is married with two children.


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