Thailand Essay Topics

Deforestation in Thailand

Deforestation is one of the leading causes of the imbalance in the biodiversity in many developing countries especially Thailand (Pakkad, et al. , 2001). As a response to the problems and threats brought about by deforestation in the region, the Forrest Restoration Research Unit (FORRU) of Northern Thailand’s Chiang Mai University was conceived (Blakesley &… View Article

Long Neck in Thailand

Long Neck people are originating in the Shan State in Burma is a Union of Myanmar these unique people are a small minority of the Karennin or Red Karen people of Burma and they are have also In Northern Thailand. They are from Padaung tribe synonym Kayan tribe and this tribe has today a number… View Article

The collapse of the Thai Baht in 1997

Identify the main factors that led to the collapse of the Thai baht in 1997. An export fed growth spurt spurred on huge investments in property. This in turn increased property values. An already stressed stock market was further weakened by the collapse of Thailand’s major bank (Finance One). This coupled with the unsustainable peg… View Article

Sex Without Love

When two people love each other, it is natural for them to express their feelings to each other. Sex is considered to be the ultimate expression of the love two people have for each other. However, love is not always the reason for sex. Sometimes sex happens without love. Sex without love has various influences… View Article

HCF Company

Evaluate the option of continue or shutdown of the Malaysian or Thailand operations. Should HCF consider starting its own label? Regarding to the case, HCF have two options either to continue or shutdown operations in Malaysia or Thailand. If they choose to shutdown operation in both Malaysia and Thailand, HCF should consider a few things…. View Article

City of Angels

Bangkok known as KrunThep,which is Thai for “City of Angels,” beckons with its golden roofed temples and spicily curried cuisine. Seven million visitors come to Thailand each year spending an average of six to seven days because there is so much to see and to relish in this “Exotic Orient” as one enamored traveller dubbed… View Article