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Andrew Biggs

Regular Freelance Writer

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Andrew Biggs
18 Aug 2019

What makes the rain stop?

My friend Book staged a big event in Chiang Mai last week.

18 Aug 2019 1
What makes the rain stop?
11 Aug 2019

Teach the children well

I am a man constantly on the lookout for good teachers.

11 Aug 2019 1
Teach the children well
4 Aug 2019

Retro dreams

Regular readers may know that I have a Thai niece whom I have brought up since birth. She is now 22 years old in her final year at university. That in itself makes me feel old, but wait -- there is more that is about to poke sticks at my mortal coil.

4 Aug 2019 4
Retro dreams
28 Jul 2019

All's well that ends well

Greetings from Suvarnabhumi Airport, Bangkok.

28 Jul 2019 6
All's well  that ends well
21 Jul 2019

What's past is prologue

Chang was filmed more than 90 years ago, it is a glimpse of history, and maybe our future.

21 Jul 2019 1
What's past is prologue
14 Jul 2019

The farthest fall

I once attended a birthday party at a house in Soi Ari where I was introduced to a middle-aged man with a rotating jaw.

14 Jul 2019
The farthest fall
7 Jul 2019

Another one bites the dust

It is a rule of competitive businesses not to recognise the competitor, pretending it does not exist — a rule that is broken, naturally, when something terrible happens to the competitor.

7 Jul 2019 2
30 Jun 2019

Bangkok taxi passengers being taken for a ride

The Department of Land Transport in Chatuchak was abuzz last Monday when 30 taxi drivers converged on the complex, holding placards protesting the impending legalisation of Grab taxi service.

30 Jun 2019 16
Bangkok taxi passengers being taken for a ride
23 Jun 2019

What chance of draining this swamp?

My commiserations to that poor woman who fell into the sewer on her way to work last Tuesday.

23 Jun 2019
What chance of draining this swamp?
16 Jun 2019

As the world turns

Greetings from Sydney, capital city of New South Wales, and centre of the world if your world happens to be halfway down the Australian east coast.

16 Jun 2019 1
As the world turns