My first impressions of the German- Thai community

Although I have just started with my internship at GTCC, I already had the chance to accompany the Membership, Event and Communications team for a site visit to a factory in Pathumtani in the morning and joined a networking event later at night. Our site visit started at 10 a.m. The team took a van to Pathumtani, a city located about 30 km north of … Continue reading My first impressions of the German- Thai community

Welcome Josi from Radolfzell

GTCC Department: Consultancy Services Internship Period: 6 February – 5 May 2017 Motto: “Life is not about waiting for the storms to pass, it’s about learning how to dance in the rain!” Why did you choose to do an internship at GTCC? My University of Applied Sciences in Kehl supports the student exchange with other foreign countries in form of internships abroad. Then, I thought … Continue reading Welcome Josi from Radolfzell

Welcome Theresa from Schwandorf

GTCC Department: Consultancy Services Internship Period: 1 February – 30 April 2017 Hobbies: Traveling & Horseback riding Motto: “It’s never too late to be happy.” Why did you choose to do an internship at GTCC? Because the German-Thai Chamber of Commerce offers the experience of working in an intercultural environment, with both native people and Germans working there. The reason why I chose Bangkok is … Continue reading Welcome Theresa from Schwandorf

Welcome Marvin from Hildesheim

GTCC Department: Membership, Events & Communication Internship Period: 6 February – 16 May 2017 Hobbies: International Relations, Culture & Languages, Fitness, Fashion Motto: “We travel, some of us forever, to seek other states, other lives, other souls.” Why did you choose to do an internship at GTCC? With my internship at GTCC, I wish to go beyond the impressions that I have gained so far … Continue reading Welcome Marvin from Hildesheim

“Muay Thai” note to myself: Keep yourself covered!

After having practiced Muay Thai in Germany for a year, I pursued my intentions to reinvigorate my skills in Thailand, where I could learn from the best – I thought so. So I teamed up with Rubiga, whom I know from my University, and Julia, who lives in my apartment complex in Bangkok. We went to 66 Urban Boxing, a gym which is situated just … Continue reading “Muay Thai” note to myself: Keep yourself covered!