30min 1,000 Points
If you’re going to transfer to Thailand soon, I am sure you have many worries and concerns. The language is one thing, but I help introduce the Thai way of thinking in this lesson. Let’s think of what is important when working with Thai people!
When I was in college I did research on economic relations between Thailand and Japan.
After that, I went off to Thailand by myself to work in a company and even though I had studied Thai, I was confused and surprised a lot of times working with Thai people.
I know many stories of hardship, but also many success stories about Japanese residents in Thailand, thanks to my previous jobs. I also had many chances to ask Thai managers and economists their thoughts, so I can provide real life examples while we study Thai ideology through Thai proverbs and books that specialize in this.
Let’s work together to learn about their opinions and way of thinking. I want to hear your thoughts as well!
※Books I’ve read that specialize in this topic:
Working With the Thais: A Guide to Managing in Thailand - Henry Holmes, Suchada Tangtongtav
Monogatari tai no rekishi : Hohoemi no kuni no shinjitsu - Ichirō Kakizaki
Tai bijinesu to nihon kigyō - Takamasa Fujioka; Chaipong Pongpanich.; Tomohiro Seki
Tai chūshinkoku no mosaku - Akira Suehiro
Tai chūzai no tai nyūmon - Jun'ichi Kuwano; Jun Ōnishi
English Translation: 12/22/2014 - The Cafetalk Team
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