em>During my life in Udon Thani, Bangkok and Thailand in general I meet / met a lot of interesting and fascinating people. This is their place to tell the world what they think about all different kinds of subjects. You will find interviews with students, colleagues, workers, farangs and more random citizens or tourists.
Today it is one of my super cool students from Rangsit University. Born and raised in Tak province and now a student here in Rangsit. Very honest and straight forward. Today she tells us about her thoughts on Thailand as well as about her dreams. Ladies and Gentlemen, Boys & Girls, Children of all ages… May I present: Suporn.
What’s your name?
Where are you from?
Thailand, Tak province
How old are you?
Where do you live?
Rangsit, Pathum Thani
Why are you in Mueang Ake?
Studying at Rangsit University International College.
What are you usually doing in Bangkok?
How long will you stay in Bangkok?
4 years until graduation
Job / Studies?
Student. Want to be a social worker and have my own little business.
Plans for the Future
To get a good job and have a happy family.
Watch movie, reading and sleeping.
What do you think of Bangkok? Do you like it? don’t like? What do you like and what not?
I don’t like Bangkok because it’s very hot, very crowded and most of the people are selfish.
Worst things about living in Thailand
Everything related to safety.
Best things about living in Thailand
Can get my different kinds of food and not very expensive.
Your favorite food?
Tom yam Kung and Thai Noodle.
How do you consider you current status in life? Would like to change something?
I am a student and i don’t want to change anything yet. Just wait for the time to pass and let me become whatever I am going to be.
Are you happy?
Depends on situation, but i am happy most of the time.
What did you do before you came here?
Student and still student.
THE place in Thailand
Chiang mai because it’s a beautiful place and the weather is very nice there.
Culture Clash! What might be the biggest problem for foreigners in Thailand? What is your experience with foreign cultures?
I think it’s Wai because in Thailand when ppl see each other, they will greet each other by Wai and we don’t find this kind of greeting in foreign countries, so it might be a challenge for foreigners.
What would you miss most when you leave Thailand?
As i am from Thailand and if i am away from Thailand, the thing that i will miss the most is Thai food.
To get a good Job, Work for the community and look after my parents.
Last but not least
Favorite local Idiom
Talk to the hand coz the face don’t care.
Famous last words
“I am whatever I say I am!!!”