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Tuesday, October 18th 2011, 8:33am

สมาชิกใหม่โปรดแนะนำตัว / New members: please introduce yourself


Skype: Grunthle or iheartlearningcenter

My name is Johnny Champakan.
I'm originally from Los Angeles, but I have lived in Thailand for 3.5 years now. I love this country and I consider it my new home.
I graduated from California State University Northridge. My major was English Literature. I believe the best way to learn a language is to try and use it everyday. I can read and write Thai, but not like a native Thai speaker. I make mistakes everyday... hahah. Don't be scared to use English here. Nobody will ever laugh at you here. Instead, we will help. We are one big family.

Thank you very much for joining.
Signature from »Grunthle« Life is simple... do what makes you happy.

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Tuesday, October 18th 2011, 9:00am

My name is Nut.
I come from Talingchan Bangkok.
I can read, listening,speaking,writing in English.

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Wednesday, October 14th 2015, 5:05am

Hello Nut and Johnny

Hello Nut and Johnny,

I am Alex, I also live in Bangkok, but I am French and cannot read or write thai...
I am desperately looking for some people aware of the Zeitgeist movement in Thailand, and particularly, in Bangkok...
Why? Because I would love to start a chapter here, but as a French bloke not being able to read or write thai (I can speak, but just a little bit...) I think it would be impossible for me to get people's attention here if I don't speak their language...

Well, I see your posts are dated 2011, I hope you will see my message and respond to it very soon.

Looking forward to hearing from you,


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