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Banking solutions for expats

The Pattaya City Expats Club, at their meeting on Sunday 12th November, gave a very warm welcome to Waraporn Srinaka and her team from...

What does a handshake mean?

What does a handshake mean? Or, what can you glean from the way a person looks at you and how to use this information...

Reduce your NCD risk

Reduce your risk factors for Non-Communicable Diseases (NCDs) was the message from Dr. Suthep Keeratijareonwong MD from Bangkok Hospital Pattaya’s heart center. These are...

PCEC learns about bio technology

PCEC learns about bio technology; a new field of science that involves making old products and technologies with new technologies, that is both healthy...

You can tell a book by its cover

You can tell a book by its cover. This was one item Pattaya resident and author L. David Walker provided when he spoke about...

PCEC saved by backup plan

It was time for the PCEC’s backup plan when their scheduled speaker had to back out at the last minute because of some injuries...

Heavenly Angels sing at PCEC meeting

Heavenly Angels sang at PCEC meeting on Sunday, December 13. The Pattaya City Expats Club (PCEC) continued its tradition of inviting the Children’s Choir...

Crowley introduces his latest book to PCEC

Tom Crowley did not really want to write his latest book, “Shrapnel Wounds.” After all, the book is a combat memoir and Tom is...

PCEC learns about exotic plants at Discovery Garden

Have you ever heard of soursop fruit? The lipstick tree or the pencil tree? Screw pines? Luffa sponge plants? Inca peanuts? Baobab trees? Probably...

“Financial Educational Road Show” stars at weekly PCEC meeting

Many U.K. and U.S. expats may be able to take action to maximise the value of their retirement savings. This was the central message...

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