Tag Archives: Thailand

Shutdown: My call *to sense*

In 1992 the King of Thailand, although well-loved by the vast majority of Thais, handed over most of his power to a Parliamentary-style government. As you can well imagine, many Thai people still revere their King and take their directions … Continue reading

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She Sat On a Tiny Stool

She sat on a tiny stool, not a foot high, just outside a stall that sold woven baskets. A baseball cap, adorned with spangles and English letters she could not possibly understand, was pulled down low over her forehead, hiding … Continue reading

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Lessons from Egypt

The Egyptian people have taken the first step towards transforming their society, and arguably the entire balance of power in the Middle East. Forcing their long-time ruler from power leaves a vacuum that may be filled with more of the … Continue reading

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