Living the Life as an Expat in Thailand

For expats in Thailand, paradise can be full of pitfalls   Life in Thailand is a daily adventure for most expats, an obstacle course of delicious but fiery cuisine, locals’ laidback mai pen rai (never mind) attitude, and a language that can easily have you saying something very rude, very unintentionally.  In the words of one long-time expat:… Continue reading Living the Life as an Expat in Thailand

Gig Economy Workers will keep Working through the Coronavirus. They have No Choice.

In Edgar Allen Poe’s “The Masque of the Red Death,” the kingdom of Prince Prospero has been hit by a terrible plague. After the Red Death has killed half the population, Prospero summons “a thousand hale and lighthearted friends from among the knights and dames of his court” to a secluded abbey, well-provisioned with resources… Continue reading Gig Economy Workers will keep Working through the Coronavirus. They have No Choice.

Celebrate The Joy of Burgers with Marriott Hotel in Bangkok

With more than 20 handcrafted burgers and sliders available at 14 restaurants and rooftop bars citywide, diners can discover new taste sensations throughout November Is there anything more satisfying than taking your first bite of a delicious burger? This tantalizing taste sensation awaits diners in Bangkok this November, as Marriott International’s expert chefs present a… Continue reading Celebrate The Joy of Burgers with Marriott Hotel in Bangkok

Rental Home as Office Space Anywhere: Like Airbnb But for Work

The sharing economy is here to stay. We now live a world where Airbnb hosts more rooms in more global destinations than any major hotel chain, and Uber is competing with Google to produce the first self-driving taxi. But in the craze over collaborative consumption, when does “smart” sharing cross the line into “oversharing”?