Search the Community
Showing results for tags 'cultures'.
To be with a person from a different culture is sometimes hard when language barriers and also knowledge and understanding of our different cultures make things more difficult. How have you experience the culture aspect negatively and positively when beeing togheter? So Q; what is the worst culture thing to accept/understand when being with a thaigirl/farang? Go to the tempel every week end? lol ok you tell me!
Everybody lies sometimes but I would genuinly like to know (preferbbly from a Thai person) why do Thai people lie so much? Has it got to do with the culture? :shock: The Religion? :shock: Loosing Face? :oops: Being Sneaky? 8) Just something I would like to clear up as it would make my life 100 times easier!!!
Just an interesting article I read..... Id like to see a map of all those who speak Spanish, English ad Mandarin. How far those spoken words are used. It would be cool to see. Also, its a bit much to read, so if you follow the link, it's spread out a little better (no dirty jokes pls) http://news.bbc.co.uk/today/hi/today/newsid_8311000/8311069.stm WAR OF WORDS 6% of the worlds languages are spoken by 94% of the world's population The remaining 94% of languages are spoken by only 6% of the population The largest single language by population is Mandarin (845 million speakers) followed by Spani
In much of India (where i'm travelling now) to marry outside your own caste is highly discouraged, and to marry a non-Hindu or a foreigner is almost unthinkable.... which, by contrast, has made me realize how open Thailand is with repect to marriage with an outsider. It seems like for many thais, marrying a foreigner is not only perfectly acceptable but for some even considered desirable...even in the supposedly liberal west you won't often see this seeming total acceptance of out-group marriage so what's going on here? are thais just so laid back that they don't mind mixing with other group