CROSS-CULTURAL RELATIONSHIPS AND DATING TIPS
Article 24th March 2011
Just Married A Thai Lady And Moving To The UK To Live
by Trevor Bide.
The honey moon period is over and the fantastic time you
had together in Thailand is now part of your fond memory
bank. Your wife or fiance is now on her way to live with you
in the UK and there will be a lot to learn on both sides of
the cultural fence. Here are a few points that might help to
make the transition run a little bit more smoother.
Interview 6th June 2011
Relationships Between Thai Women And Foreign Men by
Part two of an interview with Keown Wangwan an insight
into the world of Thai women and foreign men
relationships. Khun Keown has the experience of close to
30 years living in the UK, but makes many visits back to
her Thai homeland, which is still very close to her heart.
Interview 14th June 2011
Thai Women Moving Abroad: In This Case The UK
Part three of an interview with Keown Wangwan is based
around Thai women who leave Thailand to move abroad,
(in this case the UK) to be with their foreign husbands
and adapting to the new way of life. How easy is it to
obtain some of the comforts of home, possible problems
that maybe encountered in relationships and the general
change in culture. Too big a subject to nail here of
course, but here are a few insights.
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Thai / Western Cross-Cultural Relationships
Articles 28th October 2011
Thai Dating Language
by Trevor Bide
Thai dating language is the subject in this post of ''how
do I say that in Thai''. Meet, greet and date Thai ladies
by saying the right things and avoiding the wrong things
in Thai. Want her telephone number, want to take her to
dinner say it in Thai or in the online world leave a
message in Thai and impress her.