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The story of a young girl learning to learn, and learning a lot! By Mee Chanthalangsri Before I came to Openmind Projects I couldn’t speak English, or use computer, and I didn’t know how to learn English with foreigner.  Now I improve my English better than before like I can communicate with foreigner and read English book and I have good pronunciation.  Now I can use Microsoft Office (PowerPoint, Word, Excel) and edit videos. The way we learn is learning by doing. This is the idea Openmind Projects suggests us to follow and it really works. I can't believe how much I have learned from here!  My English and computer skills improve every day. I have been living...
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10 years ago, mid December, 2004, we OMPs Toto/Gaweechat, Mui and I, Sven, had arranged some workshops with schools, teachers in PangNga, Phuket, and Tai Muang that included Khao Lak.  We met with many teachers, headmasters, others. We had just agreed to work with schools and eco projects in this region. We had agreed to meet there again after Xmas for a few holidays. Toto was in the Navy, based in the main Thai navy base, Sathahip, outside Bangkok, Mui based in Krabi and I returned to Openmind Projects base in NongKhai. In the morning, Dec 26, when I had just gone for a swim, I got a call from Toto telling me the Thai...
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I arrived in Nongkhai, Thailand in September. I had no idea what to expect except for that was going to a volunteer center to be trained for a few days in the local culture and language and then off to an eco-volunteer project in northern Thailand. After the initial excitement of the Tuktuk ride (small three wheeled Thai taxi) I finally arrived at the Openmind Center. It was not as big as I had expected but had a warm feeling to it with an outside kitchen and flags decorated on the walls. I looked over and I saw the Swedish flag – alright I was represented.  At the gates I was greeted warmly by one of...
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