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The Bangkok Podcast

Aug 27, 2019

Sooner or later, we all spend some time in the hospital, so Greg and Ed riff on their myriad experiences in Bangkok hospitals over the years. But before we get into that, we should note - due to Thailand’s strict defamation laws, some of the places we talk about will remain nameless. 

But with that out of the way,...

Aug 20, 2019

Greg talks to Hassan Ghiassi, the creator and organizer of Aristotle’s Cafe, a Bangkok group that focuses on meetups that involve discussions and debates on questions voted on by the participants themselves. 

Firstly, Aristotle’s Cafe is a format, and the location is not fixed. At the beginning of each meetup, the...

Aug 13, 2019

First up - apologies for Greg’s bad audio on this episode! Small technical problem, and it sounds like he’s talking on a phone from Peru. Luckily, Ed does most of the talking!

Speaking of Ed, he recently returned from 4 days in Phnom Penh, Cambodia, his first-ever visit. The city’s going through somewhat of a...

Aug 6, 2019

With the iminent opening of the MRT Blue Line extension, we sit down with Don Siridhara, a lecturer and transportation planning engineer, to geek out over Bangkok’s expanding rail network.

But first - you might want to consult this handy Google Map that Greg made as you listen that shows all future rail lines. It’s...