- 7 Feb 2022 11:39 AM
She got her B.A. in English, at Dhurakijpundit University (Bangkok)
She is a nomad working and living in many countries for 15 years since graduated, now in Hungary starting own small business sharing Asian wisdom(s) from meditation, Thai yoga, Thai massage to Thai cuisine , also recruiting Thai students who are interested in studying further in Hungary, assist people who would like to settle down in Hungary from Non- EU countries and planning Asia trips for those wonderous after the world open again.
She has been a recruiter and education consultant sending Thai students studying Medicine in Romania for years.
Gev was a working holidays maker in New Zealand and Australia and ESL teacher and teacher recruiter in China. International Pai Yoga festival organizer and helper (2018)
She got lost everywhere in the 18 countries she has been, even in Budapest downtown - now. ( Why there are so many Istanbul kebab shop!!!)
1. When did you arrive in Hungary and what brought you here?
December 2018, just right before Christmas and Virus time. I came here with a work permit tied with a company. I came here because I have been recruiting students to study in Romania and I have heard about the business visa, self-employed in Hungary for expats.
2. Have you ever been an expatriate elsewhere?
Yes, been a nomad living and working in many countries since 2004 after finished my B.A at the university, I had been an expat in Sweden, New Zealand, Australia, USA, China and now in Hungary.
3. What surprised you most about Hungary?
How inexpensive of the cost of living and very convenience to get around.
4. Friends are in Budapest for a weekend - what must they absolutely see and do?
Baths, trekking into the Gellert Hill , Bazilika and walking along the Danube. Picnic at the Margaret Island and have a few drinks at a few ruined bars.
5. What is your favourite Hungarian food?
Very hard to say, stuffed cabbage ( but I put a lot of chili paste on, sorry)
6. What is never missing from your refrigerator?
Daikon, Chinese cabbage, tamarind and lots of paprika hot hot paste.
7. What is your favourite Hungarian word?
Köszönöm, thank you, easy and people like to hear it.
8. What do you miss most from home?
Food, festivals, street food, night markets, family,
9. What career other than yours would you love to pursue?
Either a war reporter or a stand-up comedian with lots of dark sides, bad jokes.
10. What's a job you would definitely never want?
Post office and those office job
11. Where did you spend your last vacation?
12. Where do you hope to spend your next holiday?
Portugal, Nepal, anywhere to eat, pray and love.
13. Apart of temptation what can't you resist?
Spicy Somtum with raw prawns and Salmon.
14. What was your favourite band, film, or hobby as a teen?
Damien Rice and Lisa Hannigan, Amélie (French Film), I was a party queen in university joining with the Dude Sweet Party group.
15. Red wine or white?
Red and dry
16. Book or movie?
Book, for sure.
17. Morning person or night person?
Both, it depends on the mood if i want to see the sun or the moon.
18. Which social issue do you feel most strongly about?
19. Buda or Pest side?
Both are good.
20. What would you say is your personal motto?
"Only you can fill what's missing, it's not something another person can do for you." - Haruki Murakami