I am an Australian currently working in Chiang Mai, Thailand for the Thai youth organization TYAP. I am 25 and I am the eldest of 3 siblings, who I consider not only my family but my best friends, i miss all the places i have been in the world especially the friends I have made in each place, but in saying that I look forward to seeing new places and making new friends.
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Really nice seeing you on our "Community Life Competence" (^_____^)
Also thanks a lot for your attention and participation during the ADB Start Up Support Launch Meeting in Chiang Mai, Thailand last week.
Will keep in touch especially for the idea of building the website in Thai as discussed so that for sure we will need your helps that you offered in your profile for both the IT support and the Writing skills. Thanks in advance and will wait for any further coordinations to learn and share with you and the Thai Group again. And hopefully from now, the discussion will not be limited just only among the Thai friends but the others will also be able to understand, to learn and to share with us as well. (^_____^)
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