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- Fruit and Vegetable carving - Thailand 3 days ago Fruit and vegetable carving is a fascinating art, practised in Thailand. Turning common garden vegetables into works of art as[...] The post Fruit and Vegetable carving – Thailand appeared first on JAMES KING.
- What is the real cost of living in Thailand? 1 week ago It’s impossible to give a general estimate of the cost of living in Thailand because it depends on where you[...] The post What is the real cost of living in Thailand? appeared first on JAMES KING.
- What is a book review, and what value does it have? 2 weeks ago I never really gave much thought or paid any attention to fiction book reviews until I started writing seriously. If[...] The post What is a book review, and what value does it have? appeared first on JAMES KING.
- How to publish a book without getting into a spin. 3 weeks ago I was flummoxed when I first researched the options for self-publishing? Self-publishing experts seemed to expect new kids on the[...] The post How to publish a book without getting into a spin. appeared first on JAMES KING.
- How did Thailand escape the poverty trap? 1 month ago The abundance of natural produce that is readily available to the people of Thailand makes it is easy to forget.[...] The post How did Thailand escape the poverty trap? appeared first on JAMES KING.
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