Footfall

I seem to be getting to know your streets well. With an empty wallet and a head that tells me I’m killing multiple birds with one stone, walking is an effective form of getting around you. I get to see the real you in all of your disarray and disorder. I get to play limbo […]

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Here, There, Everywhere

When I came to Thailand, I thought I’d be based in Chiang Mai. Only Chiang Mai, with maybe a small chance to be a part of The River Asia’s work in other parts of Thailand. I am here for just under 5 months, which is not a lot of time in comparison to others who have […]

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The Heui Hie Way of Life

The villagers start to come in the door at 7.30am on a Sunday, one at a time and then some more. They wake before the sun, with the sound of crickets and roosters and so 7.30am is a good hour to arrive at church. They’re cautious of a group of ‘farang’ (foreigners) who wait for […]

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