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  1. มิเชล์

    Nice interview with great person!
    Just a question: Yuki and Miki do not sound very Thai, right? Why Japanese names?

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  2. Richard Jensen

    Great interview! Yuki you are my kind of teacher. You think like I do and I hope I can be as great a teacher as you someday. Keep up the good work and thank you for your invaluable contributions to our FB group. Good work Keith and Maarten, 2 thumbs up.

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  3. Hi there Michelle, thank you for your question ^^. I should’ve explained in the interview why my name is in Japanese. In fact, “Yuki” is not my real name, “Tachaya” is and that’s Thai 🙂

    You know I give lessons in English and Japanese. Before I had my website, my Japanese students called me “Yuki” (it’s a Japanese name I gave to myself) and my English-speaking students called me “Tachaya” so I chose to combine the two names and officially go by “Yuki Tachaya” 🙂 Quite a few people misunderstand that I am Japanese or half-Japanese because of that and also because of my looks, that’s why I always have to say “I am 100% Thai” lol ^^.

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    Khun Richard, thank you so much for your kind words. I bet you are quite a good teacher yourself, especially with your sense of humour! Funny teachers are the best teachers of all ^^

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