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  • Money – 500 Ways To Gain Control For Life

    $4.99 Palmer, David
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    The author has a wide range of financial qualifications and industry experience, and for more than twenty years has worked with businesses and individuals to improve their financial position.

    This book contains 500 ideas, all with practical examples. These are designed to give readers the knowledge required to gain control over their financial destiny. The purpose of this book is to provide the reader with real ideas that will increase wealth, reduce debt and financial risks, and create financial opportunities. Good luck on your trip to greater wealth.

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  • Buddhism in Thailand – a guide for expats and visitors

    $4.99$14.99 Whiting, Lawrence
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    Almost all visitors to Thailand will come into contact with Buddhism in some way. There are more than 200,000 monks in Thailand so you will see monks and novices out and about on the streets. There are more than 30,000 temples (wat in Thai) so you will see and may visit a temple, or several. Those lucky enough to spend some time with a Thai family will find themselves witnessing and even participating in many of the rituals and customs that are part of everyday Buddhism in Thailand.
    This is NOT a book for the serious student of Buddhism, but rather a description and explanation of what you might encounter in everyday life in Thailand.

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  • Destination: Asia

    $6.99$12.99 Cole, Carleton
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    Influenced and intrigued as he was by all things Asian, and desperate to escape the monotony of America’s first planned community, when Carleton Cole’s path took him to Thailand, it came as no surprise to him. For years he had been fascinated by Thailand, reading everything he could about the country and even taking a menial job in a local Thai restaurant to rub shoulders with Thais exiled in the American Midwest.
    Confronted by the seriously limited employment options open to the holder of a liberal-arts bachelor’s degree, he set about transplanting himself to what would soon become his adopted home, and a base for exploring the rest of Asia. An atypically quiet American who never really fit into US society, Carleton Cole has found his place in the Land of Smiles, and has developed and maintained a passion for things Thai and Asian.

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