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Antony Lynam is a conservationist for the Wildlife Conservation Society (WCS) in Bangkok. From 1990 to 2004 he ran wildlife conservation projects in Southern Thailand, Khao Yai, and Kaeng Krachan. He writes about wildlife conservation initiatives and has been involved in conservation programs for Asian elephants in Myanmar and elsewhere in Southeast Asia.
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Carsten grew up in a mid-sized town in Germany. He left his stable government office job and traveled the world until settling in Shanghai, China. He's happy for what he's learned and seen, which would have never happened if he stayed in his own little world.
When not writing blogs and website content, Francine is busy with her hobby: photographing children and families.
Irene Chan is a marketer-turned-freelance writer with a passion for stories and story-telling. The Borneo-born Malaysian currently lives in Bangkok with her partner and two pet rats. When not writing, she can be found in the pursuit of good food and good whisky.
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John Wolcott is the global editor for ExpatDen. He's a New Jersey native who now lives in Bangkok with his wife and two daughters.
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My name is Karsten and I'm a 30-something pro-gamer turned tech entrepreneur. I'm the youngest of three sons to a British mom and a German dad who met while working in Canada. As management trainee at Lufthansa German Airlines I worked in India, Dubai, Austria and Germany.
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Kelly Dunning is a Canadian freelance travel writer. She lives a nomadic lifestyle with no fixed address–working from the road since 2011 with her partner Lee, a web-designer from England. They have traveled to over 50 countries and they offer travel tips, stories, and inspiration on Global-Goose.com.
Laura Viol is a freelance writer and photographer based in Toronto, Canada.
Lou is a podcast producer and audio engineer. He makes sure that the Brewed in Bangkok sounds as smooth as silk. You can find out more about him on LinkedIn.
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Mallika was born in Thailand. In 2004 she went to America to study and work abroad. She returned to Thailand in 2014 with her husband and daughter and has since had another daughter.
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A freelance travel writer and photographer, Pamela is based in Quebec City where she writes about travel, food, and culture. A road trip fanatic, Pamela loves exploring Quebec and remote pats of Canada. She has written for Travel + Escape, Yahoo! Travel, Bootsnall, Skylife, Sawasdee, and Roads & Kingdoms.
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Pat and Rae hail from Australia. They spent forty years toiling for the tax man in service and education fields. In their early fifties, they pondered retirement. As much as they appreciated their homeland, they wanted to experience new environments and cultures at a lower cost of living. They quickly discovered that retiring in another country was feasible. After considerable research they sold up and moved to Thailand. Now living just south of Bangkok, they enjoy a relaxed and satisfying lifestyle, having greater freedom to travel, explore, and relish this new chapter in their lives.
Patrick is a Bangkok-based copywriter and editor. After working at Thomson Reuters for 7 years, he decided to move from Manila to Bangkok. He has been adoring the efficiency of the train system in Thailand's capital ever since. He wrote for medical tourism and luxury travel companies as well as for an online music magazine where he gushes over Britney Spears. Patrick is currently writing a novella set in heaven. Find him on patsession.com and on Twitter @limcaco_.
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Patrick Taylor has lived and worked across Thailand for seven years, during which he has survived two bouts of civil unrest, a border skirmish, floods, riots, two motorcycle accidents, a car crash, and far too many 7/11 hot dogs. He is the co-author of Working In Thailand: How To Ditch The Desk, Board The Flight And Land The Job and can be found at patdylantaylor.com.
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Richard moved to Thailand in 2013 to enjoy the tropical climate, golf in the sun and working in a new culture. During this time he has started a website, put down roots and experienced a lot of what Thailand has to offer. When not working Richard is normally playing sport, scuba diving or planning a new vacation.
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Thomas Wanhoff, a German national, is a former journalist following his wife who works in tourism around Southeast-Asia. He has lived in Cambodia, Vietnam, Laos, and Thailand. He is a passionate cyclist, loves his five rescued dogs, and enjoys cooking.
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Before immigrating to Canada, Zain had the great fortune to live in places around the world and values the experiences he gained along the way. He's now based in Waterloo, Canada but you'll often find him in Thailand, a country he's fallen in love with.