Duncan Donut

He's terrorized any Thailand discussion board you care to mention and given moderators sleepless nights. Not sure if he'll send Smeg, Domunique or Wolfslayer, but we'll keep the crucifix handy.


Hugh Butler

Give a warm welcome to the extremely likable Mr Hugh Butler, the Academic Director of English First Thailand. I’ve seen Hugh zipping around on the sky-train going from one EF branch to another, dripping in sweat, but all for a good cause – keeping the English First empire running smoothly.


George Bowman

If you're confused about the definition of an 'international school' and want to know about the ups and downs of working in one, then George is your man


Al Lock

Al Lock has been one of Bangkok’s leading corporate training consultants for many years and has a track record to prove it. He’s admired and respected by much of the Thai HR and training community and known as a man who delivers what he promises. Always a firm believer in ‘quality costs money’ Al climbs into the ajarn.com hot seat to talk about corporate English language training.


Alice Peel

What's it like being single, female, and in Bangkok? Alice took the plunge and decided that teaching English in Thailand was what she really wanted to do.


Ken May

Ken is the quintessential 'American teacher abroad' - he's worked in several countries teaching EFL, had a book published in Thailand, and has interesting views to share on many EFL issues. Enjoy the read.


David Hopkins

One of Thailand's best-known and much-respected teacher trainers, Dave Hopkins is currently working with TEFL International in Ban Phe.


David Fahey

Mr David Fahey, who describes himself as Managing Director, Senior Trainer and general dogsbody at Creative Language Solutions, puts down his mop and floor-shine to answer Bangkok Phil's tedious questions.


Crvenazvezda

A rare breed indeed - a farang who does a great deal on the administration side of a large Thai school.


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