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    Getting married / divorced in Thailand - what's required

    Understanding the American ways

    By Anonymous, Created on: 16/10/2004, Last updated on: 28/03/2007

    » I am a Thai lady who left Bangkok at the age of 20, lived in Singapore for 11 years before residing now in the US for the past 4 years. I lived in California for the first year & a half and now I live in Boise, Idaho. Determine to upgrade myself educationally, I enrolled for classes at the local...

    • Anonymous commented : Why are you wanting to go to Canada? Are you not thinking about return to Thailand? If you want to live in North America, you might want to go back to California.

    • Anonymous commented : When you find someone you wish to get to know, speak up, let them know that talking with you will not be a problem. I and my wife find plenty of people that are interested in other cultures. I find people in other countries can also act distant or uncaring, France comes to mind. On the Paris metro, just speak English if you want a dirty look. Rad, it might be you not really wanting to communicate, not the people you meet. You say they do not care about your culture, do you try to participate in theirs? Remember, you came to their country, do not expect them to know or even want to learn about yours. Ignorance about geography is world wide and has been discussed in this forum. I do not expect Thais to know the map of the US or North America. Why should you expect the average person to know the Asian map. If you want them to know, take the time to get to know them and then teach them. Do not be dissgusted because they live in their own world.

    • Anonymous commented : When you find someone you wish to get to know, speak up, let them know that talking with you will not be a problem. I and my wife find plenty of people that are interested in other cultures. I find people in other countries can also act distant or uncaring, France comes to mind. On the Paris metro, just speak English if you want a dirty look. Rad, it might be you not really wanting to communicate, not the people you meet. You say they do not care about your culture, do you try to participate in theirs? Remember, you came to their country, do not expect them to know or even want to learn about yours. Ignorance about geography is world wide and has been discussed in this forum. I do not expect Thais to know the map of the US or North America. Why should you expect the average person to know the Asian map. If you want them to know, take the time to get to know them and then teach them. Do not be dissgusted because they live in their own world.

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