Suppose someone bought your 13-year-old self a band-new shiny car with all of the bells and whistles one can imagine. Pretty awesome, right? Now let’s say that buying the car is all they did for you. No how-to tutorial. No driving lessons. Sure - you could make a go of it. You might bounce off a few things, but deep in your heart you’d know that you’re not getting the most out of this new machine you’ve been gifted.Read More
Before he was the famous Apple CEO, Steve Jobs wrote a book titled “The Journey is the Reward.” The idea behind that book title was not an original thought, however it does have great insight and relevance for many who struggle to live fully in each moment. The reminder to appreciate each step of the journey is apt.Read More
What does it take to influence a nation?
Imagine Thailand believes that people are the major influencers of a nation, it’s culture, it’s values, and its future. So we, as an organization and as individuals within that organization, dedicate an immense amount of resources toward the people in this country.
Because people matter, and that matters to us.Read More
For native speakers of English, it feels like we can cheat linguistically around the world. There is often someone, somewhere who can offer assistance in our mother tongue. Here in Thailand, there is a resurgence in the value placed on learning English. The Association of South East Asian Nations (ASEAN) has decided that English will be it’s unifying language. And just like that, there is a felt need to move beyond the jargon specific to one’s field of study and build confidence in free-flow conversation and everyday life (in English, of all languages).Read More
We’re making changes at Passport Cafe as we partner to open Entrance Coffeehouse and Studio. We’re excited for what is to come as we work with university students.Read More
Takua Pa is where Imagine Thailand began. Here in this part of Phang Nga province, you'll find the deepest impact of the 2004 Boxing Day tsunami. Even today people are shaken every time they hear of an earthquake, some remain emotionally traumatized, and from time to time someone dies from illness related to the tsunami. This is why the Learning Centre is providing a vital service to this community.Read More