Month: July 2020

  • Understand Your Gynecologic Surgery Options
    Understand Your Gynecologic Surgery Options

    Robotic-assisted surgery offers a new treatment option for women with gynecologic conditions, enabling minimally invasive procedures with higher accuracy.   By Dr. Chantawat Sheanakul   For women considering surgery to treat disorders affecting the female reproductive system, robotic-assisted surgery with the da Vinci system has become an increasingly popular treatment option. Da Vinci’s robotic technology […]

  • A Greener Tomorrow For Our Children
    A Greener Tomorrow For Our Children

    This article uncovers how parents and educators can encourage young children to build a positive, natural, and respectful relationship with their environment.   By Renika Phanichkrivalkosil   When I think of sustainability, I think about how we can leave the world a little bit better than we found it. This is reflected in the myriad […]

  • Creating Enjoyable Food Experiences for Kids  子どもと紡ぐ食の記憶
    Creating Enjoyable Food Experiences for Kids 子どもと紡ぐ食の記憶

    Most parents worry about ‘picky eating’ habits of their children. What can we do to overcome this? Mao, a nutritionist, shares how to address it with fun and educational food activities.   By Mao Tsuchiya / Translated by Hanae Matsumura [日本語記事へ]   Ten years ago, in a fishery harbor in Senegal, I was excitedly preparing […]

  • READER’S CORNER: July/August 2020
    READER’S CORNER: July/August 2020

    Need some book recommendations for your child and for parents? Here are some titles picked by Kinokuniya for BAMBI families. (Japanese books follow the English titles. 日本語の本もお見逃しなく☆) For Kids The Unofficial Harry Potter Character Compendium: MuggleNet’s Ultimate Guide to Who’s Who in the Wizarding World Author: The Editors of MuggleNet From Harry, himself, to Sir […]

  • BAMBI News July/August 2020
    BAMBI News July/August 2020

    View PDF   Dear BAMBI members, For me — and I guess for a lot of you, too — summer holidays are going to be quite different to what we had originally planned this year. Nevertheless, I hope you all have something to look forward to — perhaps a short break somewhere in Thailand, or […]

  • Using Your Voice As A Parent
    Using Your Voice As A Parent

    As parents, we need to find our voice and use it effectively to communicate and connect with our children. By doing so we can set an example about using our voice to express our feelings and to help others, which leads to children finding their own voice too. By Anette Andersen; Photo by Helena Lopes […]