Tagged: Thailand

Out of the Cave: Now What? - Guest Work

Guest Author Jul 11, 2018

Karen Nimmo So the psychological recovery begins. With the physical ordeal behind them, the 12 Thai footballers and their coach who survived underground terror and a high-risk rescue must now re-engage with life. Physical injuries will heal; hopefully any infections will too. But the invisible wounds will bear tending for the rest of their lives. It is not possible to … Read More

What are the possible psychological effects of being stuck in that cave? - The Psychology Report

Sarb Johal Jul 06, 2018

I was asked by the Science Media Centre for NZ to provide some commentary of the possible psychological and physiological consequences of being stuck in a cave (for an extended period of time). With reference to the situation in Thailand, this is clearly a rapidly evolving situation and decisions are being taken on the … Read More

Exploring Indochina – a series - Griffin's Gadgets

Peter Griffin Jan 12, 2016

In September – October 2015, I completed a fantastic cycling trip through Thailand, Cambodia and Vietnam, taking in such wonderful sights as Angkor Wat, Phnom Penh, the Mekong Delta, Ho Chi Minh City and rural Thailand along the way. Our trip route Over the next couple of weeks I’ll be posting a series of blogs and photos from that fantastic … Read More

Flooded Hard-Drives and Hondas: Economic Implications of Thailands’ Latest Natural Disaster - Shaken Not Stirred

Jesse Dykstra Oct 28, 2011

Flooding in Thailand Source: thesun.co.uk Global Economic Hub Thailand is a global manufacturing hub, and a leading exporter of automobiles, electronics, textiles, clothing and food. Exports of goods and services accounting for approximately 70% of Thailands’ GDP in 2010. Tourism has largely recovered following the Indian Ocean tsunami (which claimed more the 5000 lives in Thailand), accounting … Read More