Month: November 2019

  • Practical Ways to Keep Kids Safe on the Internet
    Practical Ways to Keep Kids Safe on the Internet

    Children who venture online may easily stumble across questionable material online. IT expert, Jan Simon details the steps you should take so your kids can explore the online world safely.   By Jan Simon Talking about online safety with your kids is usually not very high on the to-do list. However, considering how abundantly the […]

  • How Many Wild Tigers are Left in the World?
    How Many Wild Tigers are Left in the World?

    Vana is a mom who has made it her mission to raise awareness on how we can keep Thai wild tigers numbers from dwindling. By Vanasobhin Kasemsri When I took up a job with a big conglomerate — whose mission is to help double the numbers of wild tigers in Thailand by the year 2022 […]

  • Preparing for a Positive Birth Experience
    Preparing for a Positive Birth Experience

    When you are pregnant it’s important to prepare yourself mentally and physically so that you can be in control and make choices for a positive birth. Here are the key aspects to consider on your journey to motherhood.   By Iasnaia Maximo   I used to live in Amsterdam, where I worked as a Doula […]

  • Staying Safe In and Around Water in Thailand
    Staying Safe In and Around Water in Thailand

    A swimming coach reminds us of basic water safety for the whole family as well as things to consider if you are new to life in Thailand. By Kiran Haroon When we think about Thailand, things that come to mind include the beautiful scenery, tropical fruits, exotic islands. Aside from all mother nature has provided, […]

  • How Chemicals in Food and Drink Are Damaging our Kidneys
    How Chemicals in Food and Drink Are Damaging our Kidneys

    In recent years, more people than ever are being diagnosed with Chronic Kidney Disease (CKD). By being aware of this disease we can make alternative food and drink choices to protect our kidneys. By Dr. Sira Sooparb Kidneys are critically important organs that work hard to keep the body healthy in a variety of ways. Each day, […]

  • BAMBI Charities Team Supports the Roy Rak Creative
    BAMBI Charities Team Supports the Roy Rak Creative

    By Yoshiko Swinney For the first time in our charity activities, BAMBI is pleased to be supporting the Roy Rak Creative this year. Being run under the charity, Urban Neighbours of Hope Thailand, Roy Rak (which means ‘bead love’ in Thai) is a small group of women from the Klong Toei community who make and […]