Category Archives: Thai Culture

U.S Presidential Election- Khaosan Road Interview




ThaiLawForum  interviews westerners on Khaosan Road in Bangkok on the U.S Presidential election  ThaiLawForum recently interviewed westerners at Khaosan Road to talk about who they think will win the ongoing U.S presidential election. Hillary Clinton is a name synonymous with politics … Continue reading






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Thailand to Ease Drug Laws




The Thai government is looking to reduce penalties on meth and marijuana by the end of this year The penalties on drugs such as meth and marijuana in Thailand will be reduced by the end of this year, reports Khaosodenglish. … Continue reading






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Man Commits “Fraud” at Sperm Bank




A Georgia Man who helped to father 36 children admits to committing fraud at a sperm bank According to a police report obtained by Lawnewz.com a Georgia man James Aggeles, turned himself in and admitted to committing fraud at a sperm bank stating that … Continue reading






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Do Thai People Love Their Dogs?




Thai people love their pets. Many Thais even dress and pamper their dogs as if they are children. Most developing and developed countries will have dog catchers to go around collecting street dogs and putting them in cages and even … Continue reading






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Taking Showers in Thai Culture




How many showers do you need to take in Thailand? With Thailand’s hot weather, you will be sweating to death in the tropical heat! Taking Showers in Thailand more than twice a day is good for health, comfort and image. … Continue reading






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Losing Your Temper in Thailand Will Make You a Loser




What happens when a Westerner loses his or her temper in Thailand? While Westerners might view people who cry, shout, yell, or argue aggressively in public as being merely “hot-headed” and “frustrated”, Thais are likely to view such displays as … Continue reading






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Demystifying Kreng Jai




  Kreng Jai, which literally means “awe of heart” but can best be translated into “consideration”, is a cause of much frustration for foreigners who live in Thailand or foreigners with Thai partners. The concept of Kreng Jai is an … Continue reading






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