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Khao Rai Sub Da Due to the National Broadcasting and Telecommunications Commission (NBTC) announcement, both new and current customers need to have their prepaid SIM card registered in order to identify ownership […]
Group 129 Angela (TCCS): Ang in Wonderland Carly Allard (YinD): T(ha)ime for Adventure Celete Kato (TCCS): The People & The Places Clarence Say (TCCS): REturn Courtney Kitzler (YinD): Life is an Adventure […]
Peace Corps Thailand Resource Wiki Nancy Bunyea, 125 The Peace Corps Thailand Wiki has an archive that volunteers can use to supplement their programs, projects, camps and lessons. Here is a sample of […]
Peer Support Network (PSN) is here! Contact us via phone, email, or another form of technology to share your successes and discuss your challenges. We are trained on volunteer resources available for […]
Keith Wingeard, 125 In my humble opinion, one of the best ways to illustrate cultural differences is to use an anecdotal story to provide examples and context to cultural traits in practice. […]
Chai Vang, 126 mix cake mix according to package instructions. pour into rice cooker. press cook. let it ‘keep warm’ until it’s cooked.
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Ben Wagner, Nepal PCV On Saturday, April 25, I woke up pretty hung over in Kathmandu. Friday had been my last day with the newest group of Peace Corps trainees to arrive […]
Kaya Colin, 126 I have been serving as a Youth in Development Peace Corps Volunteer in Thailand for a year now. Time is a trippy thing, especially in the Peace Corps. As […]
Andrew Snyder, 126 On behalf of the staff and regional wardens, I want to say thank you to everyone who took part in the Emergency Action Plan test this year. This was […]
Elizabeth Moulton, 126
Taurus April 20 -May 20 Happy Birthday Taurus! No more bad news for the bull. The next project that you create will be surprising to everyone involved. Of course, as a PCV […]
Jim Damico, 126 T4D stands for “Technology for Development” and is a committee of PCVs that wants to help other volunteers use technology that enhances their work in Thailand. In the past, that meant creating and maintaining a huge store of knowledge in a wiki website that all Thailand volunteers have access to but also are encouraged to contribute. On the side, we do our best to help with any tech related problems folks are having.