Don’t miss this incredible talk with two groundbreaking authors who bridge the gap between language and culture. Meet Yoko Tawada, a famous bilingual author (German/ Japanese) based in Berlin, and Prabda Yoon, a prolific Thai writer whose writing has been translated and read in many different languages aboard.
Sat. March 30 at 14.00 hrs at Bangkok International Book Fair, Queen Sirikit National Convention Centre
Our library inventory is updated regularly. This month again we have a bunch of new exercise materials available for our active German learners. Check online for what's in stock or visit us during our operating hours. Library access is free of charge.
A soup to boost your immune system? A curry to lower your blood pressure or a salad to help you lose weight? Thai cuisine has conquered the world with its harmonious, aromatic combination of spicy, salty, sweet and sour flavours without which no meal is complete. In most cases, it is even good for your health. Thai food is not only an art, it is also a science which the super food trend in the west has incorporated quite naturally into its repertoire [more...]
"Because we are so far away from German-speaking countries, our German learners have very few opportunities in normal daily life to apply what they have learned ", says one German teacher in Thailand. To help increase these opportunities for its course participants, the Goethe-Institut Thailand came up with an idea to encourage students to practise their language skills in a meaningful, fun way!
In 2019, the event takes place internationally in over 20 countries in Southeast Asia, South Asia, the Middle East, Latin America and Africa from October 07 to December 23. The Science Film Festival is currently open to submissions until March, 22.
Nothing connects people from different backgrounds as much as a pleasurable meal. With this in mind, the Goethe-Institutes of Southeast Asia are bringing the countries of the region together around the table. During the course of November 2018, the project Wanderlust Küche - A Culinary Dialogue will unite Southeast Asia, Australia and New Zealand under the motto Tables without Borders. The project stages numerous events centring on the topic of culinary art and tradition.