HOT & HUMID LAND TO THE FREEZING & SNOW LAND
I was born in Bangkok. The Angel City & The Land of Smile, hot, humid as people known. I'm only a son in the family. It doesn't mean I been spoiled by my single-mother. I always been independent and helping another. I lived & growth up in the province of Thonburi, Bhasicharoen District. It called Bangkok now. My native is Samuthprakarn Province near Suvarnabhumi International Airport.
BOMBAY, India was my first trip out of Thailand. I stayed with Dr. Mehta (Sawami) on Little Gibbs Road, behind Malabar Hill Post office for a year then move to Poona; 130 miles south of Bombay. I enrolled to the University of Poona in the faculty of Arts at Ferguson Collage. My major was Political Science. After I graduated I came back to Bangkok, looking for the job. I have been accpeted at Police Department. When my mother heard about it she asked me to turn an offer down because she doesn't like the idea that I will work in police department. As a Thai! we're always respected and take an advice from the parent and older people. I did turn an offer down.
So I desire to move on and want to go to United States of America for a couple of years for master degree or like many people dreamed of USA, it is a "FREELAND" and great opportunities. I landed in New York (JFK Airport) on January 5th, 1972 during heavy snow storm, struck at the airport for several hours to connect flight to Philadelphia.
After a couple of years, living & working and school in Philadelphia. I met my soulmate (Mimi). We decided to joint our life. We went to Las Vegas to get a marriage at Cupid Chapel. We have two doughters (Victoria & Noelle) and two grandchlidren (Shannon Ryan & Tara Ryan). I lived in Philadelphia about 15 years then we decided to buy a new home in South New Jersey just across the Delaware River but we're still working in Philadelphia, travelling by car across Walt Whitman Bridge or Ben Franklin Bridge.
As a present time! Toll fee is $4 when you're leaving from Philadelphia to New Jersey but it's free to come into Philadelphia.