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Taking care of the poorest of the poor

“We work with the poorest of the poor,” says Cesca Tompkins who runs the Mercy Center - Pattaya with her husband Kevin. The Mercy...

I cannot tell a lie…

Don’t tell a lie - if you do, the Forensic Voice Stress Analyzer (FVSA) will detect it. This was the message at the Sunday,...

PILC plugs Christmas Bazaar at PCEC meeting

Each year the Pattaya International Ladies Club (PILC) holds their annual Christmas bazaar to raise funds for their charitable efforts.  Ann Winfield, president...

A Journey through the Killing Fields

Almost 40 years ago, the “killing fields” came into existence. What are the “killing fields”? This was a term coined by Cambodian journalist...

Beer over wisdom

The Pattaya City Expats Club prefers Beer over wisdom.  This was evident when the Club’s speaker, well known author Christopher G. Moore asked...

Gem fraud and how to recognize it

Gem fraud and how to recognize it was the topic at the March 11 Sunday meeting of the Pattaya City Expats Club. Peter...

Hearing loss increases with age

What is that you say?  When we get older, hearing loss becomes a problem. This was the message to the Pattaya City Expats...

Keep an open mind

Keep an open mind.  This was the admonition of member Bruce Gordon, host for the Pattaya City Expats Club’s Techniques of Mind Expansion...

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