If you live in Thailand, you would have ever got shocked when Thai people introduce their nicknames because they’re not only super creative but also can mean something hilarious/weird in English.
If you live in Thailand or have Thai friends, you might wonder how to say ‘Happy Birthday’ in Thai and how Thais celebrate their birthday.
xīn nián kuài lè (新年快乐)
Happy Chinese New Year, everyone!
If you look around, all shopping malls or even local markets are full of deals and promotions to welcome Chinese New Year. Chinese-Thais seem to be very excited about this pleasant time. I am also looking forward to going to China Town or เยาวราช (Yao-wa-rat) for some shopping and Chinese street food.
It’s now April and it becomes hotter and hotter. You might have already recognized that Songkran Festival is coming, and we just cannot wait to celebrate it together. In this post, I will help you get ready for this mega holiday and have fun while learning Thai and its history.