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On this episode of Brewed in Bangkok, Siddhant learns more about leadership in Thailand from leadership development expert, Dr. Larry Persons. CQ Leadership Consulting, based in The KMUTT Knowledge Exchange for Innovation Center (KX) , is Dr. Person's base of operations, but he has spent most of his life growing up in Thailand, which gives him a un…
 
On this special episode of the Brewed in Bangkok podcast, Siddhant got a chance to chat with Grace Robinson, an assistant producer of the 'The Cave'. The movie is based on the rescue of the Wild Boars football team from caves in Chiang Rai, Thailand in 2018. It was a national story that become an international story and culminated in a miraculous e…
 
On this episode, Siddhant visits the Bangkok International Dental Hospital and meets Lucinda Chen, one of the directors of Bangkok International Dental Center. Lucinda is from Singapore and is a London School of Economics graduate. She moved to Bangkok a few years ago and really dove headfirst into learning the Thai language at Chulalongkorn Univer…
 
On this episode of Brewed in Bangkok, Siddhant has a chat with Stuart Kelly, who is a Public Relations expert. Stuart has spent many years in various countries in the English-speaking world from the UK to South Africa, and finally, Australia. As a journalist first and then as a PR person for much of his career, Stuart has seen plenty of changes tak…
 
Thaipod101 – Save 25% on any paid program by going to thaipod101.com/coupon/brewedinbangkok After a long hiatus, Brewed in Bangkok is back and better than ever before! On this episode, Siddhant has a chat with Ulrich Werner, a university professor in Thailand that has all kinds of stories to tell about the education system in Thailand. Ulrich is or…
 
On this episode of Brewed in Bangkok Siddhant pays a visit to Gemopolis in outer Bangkok to meet American Jeweler Greg Boudah. A former US Marine and Iraq War Veteran, Greg found his new vocation in the jewellery business, first as a salesman and then as a manager. Greg was sent by one of his employers, a Belgian diamond trading company, to open a …
 
On this episode of Brewed in Bangkok, Siddhant chills out at Fatty's Bar and Diner with the owner, Matthew Fischer. Matthew hails from Wisconsin and it was here that he met Kae, his future wife to be, who worked at a convenience store in his town on her exchange semester from Thailand. It wasn't long before Matthew went to check out Bangkok on his …
 
Amidst the soccer fever that gripped the world, Siddhant had the opportunity to chat with Anthony Ampai, the captain of Bangkok United, an elite soccer club in Thailand. Anthony grew up in the United States and he was surrounded by all kinds of sports growing up. His big break in soccer came when he was just a young boy and he had a successful tria…
 
In this episode of Brewed in Bangkok, Siddhant meets up with co-founder of Travelfish.org, Stuart McDonald, in Bangkok. Stuart caught the traveling bug early in life, leaving Australia for a round-the-world trip that included The United States, India, and Nepal before his penultimate stop in Bangkok. Upon his return to Sydney, Stuart felt a deep co…
 
In this episode of Brewed in Bangkok, Siddhant has a chat with Anthony Quinn, founder of Dee Dee Cashback. Anthony started working in marketing with GAME, a video game chain in the UK before going to Thailand for a very long vacation, which involved working in Phuket for an e-Commerce store featured on eBay. In Thailand, he met his girlfriend, who …
 
On this episode of Brewed in Bangkok, Siddhant meets Stephen Saad, a former banker that has become an author and book distributor in Thailand. Stephen has written two Thai language books (check them out through the links in the "Resources Mentioned" section below) and is now writing his third. Arun Press is Stephen's small book distribution busines…
 
In this episode of Brewed in Bangkok, Siddhant has a chat with Surasit Sachdev, founder of Hungry Hub. The Hungry Hub app is quickly becoming popular among Bangkok food lovers for its all-you-can-eat value deals, that allows diners to try out the best that a restaurant has to offer. Surasit is part of the Thai-Sikh community and grew up in Bangkok.…
 
In this episode of Brewed in Bangkok, Karsten and Siddhant meet Dr Andrew Stotz PhD, co-founder of Coffee Works, President of CFA Society Thailand, financial analyst and teacher. Andrew came to Thailand 25 years ago and fell in love with the country instantly. While Andrew worked as an investment banker in Bangkok, he decided to co-found CoffeeWORK…
 
Ananda Everingham can be happy he didn't go to school in India. In this episode of Brewed in Bangkok, I talk with Siddhant Mehta, who explains why that might have been not one of the best experiences. Across the Bay of Bengal, Siddhant takes a look at the influences India had on Thailand and its sometimes quirky effects that can be witnessed today.…
 
In this episode of Brewed in Bangkok I sit down with David Tongue, who is the founding headmaster of Brighton College International School in Bangkok. Brighton College in Bangkok is a sister-school of Brighton College in the UK. Out of 9,000 schools in the UK, Brighton College UK is ranked the #1 co-educational school and the #5 school out of 9,000…
 
Giving himself permission to be who he wants to be, author/business owner and self-proclaimed 'executive transvestite traveler', Michael Smith had his fair share of experiences in his time in Thailand. Perceiving gender as something of a more fluid kind, he personally choose the box for 'transvestite' but won't blame anyone who'd refer to him as a …
 
What does it take to start a Christian church in downtown Bangkok? Philip Bassham is a missionary from the United States that has a religious worker visa for starting churches and propagating the Gospel. He has always wanted to be a minister on the "front lines" so, he ultimately decided to preach the Gospel in Bangkok. Not just because it was the …
 
As a 17 year old German exchange student in the U.S., Katrin Bannach hoped to work abroad and have a career in training. After returning home, she attended the Hamburg University with a scholarship from the Friedrich Naumann Foundation. Following an assignment in India, she relocated to Thailand in 2012 with her two daughters, her husband and a str…
 
Ever since my first days in Bangkok it struck me how the Indian Thai community always seemed to have their own thing going on. Maybe it was because many have been longer than most other expatriate arrivals, or maybe it was they stood out more than other Asians who migrated here – but from unique customs, to businesses who seemingly exclusively cate…
 
Sky was making stew while his brother looked up how much the upcoming eviction from their apartment in South Africa would cost them. Little did he know getting kicked out would put him on a track for a life he never thought possible. What started out as an adventurous stint in Thailand teaching English lead to him becoming partner in one of the fas…
 
What does it take to become a politician in Thailand? What's your life like if you grow up with a dad in the diplomatic corps? Suranand "Poom" Vejjajiva, former cabinet minister and former Secretary General of the Prime Minister spills the beans: From knocked out teeth to Che Guevara posters he shares anecdotes from his childhood, how he experience…
 
Back before the TripAdvisor was around, people experienced Thailand in different ways. Jake Needham got his first idea of the country while a CIA agent drove him around the poppy fields surrounding Chiang Mai in the early 1970s. It was a trip that was quickly followed by his first job offer to work as a lawyer in Bangkok in 1974. He turned it down.…
 
Benno von Bormann is a scientific advisor at Thailand's government-owned and -operated Siriraj Hospital. While there are a number of foreigners working for government departments in Thailand and there certainly isn't a shortage of foreigners working at private enterprises, meeting a German doctor working for a Thai hospital was definitely a first f…
 
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