What a mess this Burmese thing is – I’m not going to get involved in the political problems in this part of the world – I am a guest in Thailand – and want to stay that way. My friend DeeJohn has a great article on the present problems – check it out.
We were visiting the refugee camp in the Tak Lang Area, but due to the present problems have shifted our efforts to helping to just the local Thai village itself. First we help the Thais then any refugees, if possible when the present problems clear or are resolved.
This is the poster I designed in Photoshop to use for the project – don’t you just love the boy’s photo. It will be at the Expats Club meetings and at Wat Suan Dok and Monk Chat
Here there are enough problems for the present. I am going to give a presentation to our Chiang Mai Expats Club next week to see what help we can raise to help the 1 Baht School at Lak Tang. This school (over 200 kids) was (or is, I should say – it’s only half completed right now, several classes have to be held on the playing field due to lack of covered space or rooms). I’ve got a lot of pictures I want to post to show the school and the children there – I’ll do that in the next post as I get them ready. I’ll also go into a little more detail about the effort and area.
We’ve also started packaging our Massage Oil – and have a first trial customer “Chakka Massage” . Tree will have it available at his spa under his own label – Chakka Massage – Sensual Massage Oil. This is to test the market and see if it is worth while to start a company to commercially produce ( at a profit) the product. Check out the earlier posts on Chakka Massage. We want to thank him for doing the trials for us.
Well, I have a lot of catching up to do – stay tuned.