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    Re: Italian teachers

    Might be good to talk to Swiss ex-pats in Thailand for advice, connections etc.

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    Re: Italian teachers

    Quote Originally Posted by Khun Don View Post
    Might be good to talk to Swiss ex-pats in Thailand for advice, connections etc.
    Last year I found 3 associations of swiss expats. 2 told me "nothing to do/help you unfortunately" and 1 never answered.

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    Re: Italian teachers

    That's too bad, gnazi71. I hope someone will see your posts and have some constructive advice for you. Please stick around.

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    Re: Italian teachers

    If u speak n write in French fluently, hop over to next door Laos n bring ur wife with u. There is the market for French speakers (or so it seems), with many businesses (especially the higher end ones) including restaurants, hotels, tour guides etc who want people who speak French fluently. Many high-end tour businesses specifically advertise that they have both competent English n French speakers. The majority of Laotians (at least in the big cities) being able to speak and read Thai, means less cultural differences from Thai, thus u n ur wife may have less difficulty with jobs n business. Plus Laos is a young and up-and-coming economy with many very keen and enthusiastic learners. Not to mention Laos is frequently just a train/bus/airplane ride away from Thailand.

    I think apart from this phenomenon being due to its history as a French colony, Laos does have a French market. Not too sure about red tape though. Good luck.
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    Thank you for you advice. Interesting oppurtunities.
    My wife won't live in Laos, she told me that she will stay in Thailand with the children and I can go and work in Laos. So another dead end.

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