Isan food comes from NE Thailand. I am so glad there is a great place to enjoy super spicy larb kai and other larbs right across the street from the Ramkhamhaeng University in central Bangkok where I have been fortunate to teach for one month each year! https://www.eatingthaifood.com/isaan-food-ramkhamhaeng/ A central Bangkok add-on to an ongoingContinue reading “Spicy-hot Thai Isan food near the University”
The secret of health for both mind and body is not to mourn for the past, not to worry about the future, or not to anticipate troubles, but to live in the present moment wisely and earnestly. – Buddha’s Wise Words that I emulate to the best of my ability.
https://edition.cnn.com/travel/article/thailand-community-tourism-intl/index.html This website helps us to find good ways to experience Thailand from a different perspective that raw tourism and mere commercial entertainment.
I’m planning for upcoming trips to Karachi Pakistan, Shanghai, Bangkok and farming areas in central Thailand, and the Philippines in the southern areas of Siquijor and Bukidnon, at least. Looks like I’ll be taking CHLOROQUINE in the foreseeable future. I must avoid malaria (and dengue) at all costs without going paranoid. I must do moreContinue reading “Malaria Info by Country”
For future reference in Bangkok: Museum of Floral Culture This is one of Bangkok’s gorgeous surprises. The creation of Thai floral artist Sakul Intakul, the museum is for flower and nature lovers and those with an interest in Thai flower culture. It features exhibits of important floral cultures from civilizations across Asia suchContinue reading “Bangkok, Museum of Floral Culture”
A useful writing that explains the absence of audio tape stock. CLICK HERE “Recording on tape enforces a musical process, McTear explains. Band members must play together, recording all at once, instead of editing and manipulating sounds so perfectly that they’re perfectly boring.” I love this approach to musicianship and recording arts. The reel storyContinue reading “Tape is gone, but it lives on!”
I use Bloom’s Taxonomy for the benefit of students in my classes. I don’t know why the Taxonomy that Bloom et al developed seems to be kept in secret from students? Tell me why so few students are acquainted with Bloom et al? I share the Taxonomy with my students and encourage them to applyContinue reading “A Bloom Refresher”
This is Project 1 for my class in TV Program Production at Ramkhamhaeng University in Bangkok. I think it’s unique and useful that students are asked to apply their creative and technical skills in digital media production for the benefit of a NGO in Bangkok. Nice synergy with the integration of theory and practice, applicationContinue reading “TV Program Production in Bangkok”
I am comparing the processes and systems for setting up a radio station in Los Angeles, California, and Bangkok, Thailand Federal Communications Commission USA Thailand 1 Thailand 2
Philippine Sea — South China Sea Dispute (Non-Interactive) This is an interesting book by Philippines Supreme Court Justice Antonio Carpio that lays out an historical analysis of the legal claims to Scarborough Shoal, the Spratleys and many other islands in the Philippine Sea wast of Palawan (aka South China Sea). TRANSCRIPT: Justice Antonio Carpio onContinue reading “Is it South China Sea or is it West Philippine Sea?”
FULL PDF: Teaching as a Subversive Activity by Neil Postman One of the greatest works of scholarly literature in the 20th century. Relevant today. Great book. In English.
I’m trying to find beginning meditation classes in English Buddhist Temples in Bangkok
some good advice for the arduous journey to betterment Be a Creator, Not a Complainer
DEEPAK CHOPRA Meditation Session I like to listen to audio of the session without video.