Thailand Essays

English Language in Thailand

Language is playing nowadays one of the most important roles in cross-cultural communication, because it is a door into new culture and traditions. Therefore, the role of English language is swiftly increasing. It is known that English has been influencing Thai culture since the beginning of the 20th century and today Thailand is more and more popular among English-speaking and other foreign tourists. The next moment to mention is that country continues to expand its businesses in the international market…

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Sex Tourism in Thailand

The Southeast Asian region is one of the most dynamic tourist destinations in the world. Hordes of Western visitors visit the region for its scenic spots, warm climate, and unique culture. This influx of visitors creates employment opportunities for the locals and augments the income of the poor. More importantly, tourists bring with them currencies that are needed by countries to engage in international trade. In Thailand, tourism revenue amounts to six percent of the country’s gross domestic product of…

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Long Neck in Thailand

Long Neck people are originating in the Shan State in Burma is a Union of Myanmar these unique people are a small minority of the Karennin or Red Karen people of Burma and they are have also In Northern Thailand. They are from Padaung tribe synonym Kayan tribe and this tribe has today a number about 50. 000 persons. “Kayan Lahwi” is developed as a combination of Kayan by slash and burn and Lawi tribe by neck rings from Laos…

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Deforestation in Thailand

Deforestation is one of the leading causes of the imbalance in the biodiversity in many developing countries especially Thailand (Pakkad, et al. , 2001). As a response to the problems and threats brought about by deforestation in the region, the Forrest Restoration Research Unit (FORRU) of Northern Thailand’s Chiang Mai University was conceived (Blakesley & Elliot, 2003). The FORRU is an environmental agency that does not only seek to study in theory the primary causes and effects of deforestation but…

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Topshop Case

Introduction A company that’s does business domestically and internationally runs on strong values and foundations. Whenever the thought comes up, of opening up a franchise in a new location, it becomes mandatory for research to be done. The research intensifies when the franchise is supposed to be open in a new country. The following report will give an in depth analysis of the popular clothing retail company “Topshop” as it would assess the company and  shed light on where the…

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