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Culture : Garuda
Posted by Anonymous on 2010/5/18 16:50:00 (2392 reads)


Whether you are just visiting Thailand or actually live here, you must have seen this mysterious creature, most notably on Thai bank and insurance company buildings. The unmistakable figure adorns the fa?ades of government ministries and all other official edifices. It appears on the royal sceptre and on the personnel flag of His Majesty the King. Serving as both a royal and national symbol, you will find it as the official seal on Thai passports, personal identity cards and even bank books. It also appears on both sides of Thai banknotes and at the head of government documents and official stationery.

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History : Thai Airways International
Posted by Anonymous on 2010/5/18 16:50:00 (2495 reads)

THAI AIRWAYS INTERNATIONAL was established in 1959. Its first logotype (a Thai classical dancer) was designed by His Royal Highness Prince Kraisingh Vudhijaya, an outstanding designer who also created the silk uniforms worn by the in flight personnel.

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Local : Indians in Pattaya City
Posted by Anonymous on 2010/5/18 16:50:00 (2507 reads)

Pattaya : Indians in the City

Discreet but effective, they are a component of the Pattayan identity, virtually since this former simple fishing village started attracting local and foreign investors. In the beginning, they were from Northern India, mainly from Punjab (i.e., in Urdu: panch-ab, five rivers), but nowadays, there are also Pakistanis, Bangladeshis and even Burmese with a Nepali origin.

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News : Counseling Center Pattaya offers counseling in English and German
Posted by Authority on 2010/1/7 2:50:00 (2998 reads)


Counseling in English and German language is now available in Pattaya, offered by Richard L. Fellner, an ECP-certified counselor and psychotherapist, in his recently opened Counseling Center located in Soi Kopai, about 300m off Thepprasit Road.

Until now, specialized counseling services were not available in Pattaya before, but now they finally are: Richard L. Fellner brings in 12 years of experience from his successful psychotherapy and counseling practice in Vienna, Austria ? the ?birthplace? of modern psychotherapy.
With his own cultural background and years of experience with Southeast Asian culture, he is well prepared to support foreigners on their specific challenges. ?Most Westerners find it much easier to seek support by a counselor who speaks their own language and understands their culture?, Fellner says, ?and many of them also prefer working out mental strategies to fight their burdens on a conscious level rather than just taking pills.? However, Fellner also cooperates with experienced local medical doctors to ensure proper treatment in cases where supportive medication can speed up the re-balancing process.

Often, counseling can help after just a few sessions.

Counseling has been proven to be helpful for:
? Relationship Issues
? Depression, Social Withdrawal
? Psychosomatic Illness
? Death or other loss
? Worry, Anxiety, Anger
? Procrastination
? Time Management
? Career Choice, Job Issues
? Self-Esteem Issues
? Balancing Multiple Obligations
? Adjustment Issues ('Expat Syndrome')
? Sexual Issues
? Addictions: Alcohol, Drugs, Internet, Gambling, Food,..
? Family Issues
? Childhood/Adolescence
? Burn-out
? Life Goals

Richard is trained in solution-focused Systemic Therapy and Counseling as well as Hypnotherapy, and he works with individuals, couples, families and teams.
Being a psychotherapist following professional European standards, he keeps absolute discretion about consultations according to the 'rule of confidentiality' as it exists in Western countries.

If you'd like more information about this topic, or to schedule an interview with Richard L. Fellner, please call 0854 370 470 or e-mail Richard at

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Education & Lectures : Asian University Weekend English programme
Posted by ajisai on 2009/10/9 23:50:00 (3152 reads)
Education & Lectures

Asian University Weekend English programme. Time 9.00-12.00 am. every Saturday morning for ten weeks. Total: 30 hours. Cost 6,000 baht. First course begins Saturday 14 February. Come and take a placement test on Saturday 31 January from 10.00 to 11.00 For more details phone Admissions: 038 253 700 ext. 2800-2, and 2804
How to get here, see map on our website
or email: or

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