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Three Words about myself !!
Caring - Respectful - Sincere
Having had the exposure of various cultures and business background along with people with different walk of life ,has not only broaden my perspective but also made me accommodating and embracing towards new beliefs and customs.
My education in international university,working in Multinational Companies with different race values,political views has matured me to become a professional of open-minded coupled with cross cultural sensitivity and ability to manage relationship.
Why I’m on Couchsurfing
For new experience and learning more and more about different cultures as well as discovering about each country's uniqueness and connecting myself......
- interior design
Music, Movies, and Books
Love all kinds of music but not big fan of metal and electronic...
Love watching all movies specially with sister and friends.......
Love interior / decoration / fashion / marketing books and articles.
One Amazing Thing I’ve Done
Making decision to step away from being unnecessary workaholic in my previous work where I contributed almost my whole life for 11years there.
Leaving huge salary and high position which came along with full of tear in my heart and load of stress to start my new walk of life and work life balance chapter... ............................
Teach, Learn, Share
Teach ,Learn,and Share everyday in both personal and professional life......
I have volunteered to be as a teacher for underprivileged chidren every other weekend from 1999-2005.
Actively participate in making Audio Book and leading recreation activities for the blind,Foundation For the blind in Thailand Under The Royal Patronage of H.M.The Queen.
What I Can Share with Hosts
#Cooking Thai food
# Sharing experiences and culture
# Lovely Time
# Good Memory
Countries I’ve Visited
Belgium, China, Czech Republic, France, Hong Kong, Hungary, Malaysia, Myanmar, Singapore, United States
Countries I’ve Lived In