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Hello--from new user

Discussion in 'Introductions' started by supapong, May 19, 2009.

  1. supapong

    supapong Welcome New Poster

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    Hello everyone
    Sawaddee Krab

    I'm Supapong. I'm from Thailand. I'm currently a 2nd year podiatry student at La Trobe University. I'm not sure if I'm the only one Thai podiatry student in La Trobe Uni (but so far, I've never seen any other Thai podiatry students before). I've never heard that we have podiatrists in Thailand, so it's pretty a big challenge for me to study something like this.

    I've known this website from one of my lecturers at the university. I found that there are many informative and interesting discussion threads or topics provided by many users. I hope I can also get the best of them.

    Sorry if my English is confusing for you all.

    Thank you
  2. Heather J Bassett

    Heather J Bassett Well-Known Member

    Welcome supapong ,good to have you along. There are many languages used so do not be concerned with your English it is fine.
    Nice of you to introduce yourself so well.
    Look good luck with your chosen journey,
  3. twirly

    twirly Well-Known Member


    Your English is very good. Much better than my Thai :D


    Although the Arena has a Google translate facility I could not find Thai there so I hope the iGoogle English to Thai I found online has made you feel :welcome:



  4. supapong

    supapong Welcome New Poster

    Thank you for your warm welcomes...

    and thank you for writing in Thai. I was quite amazed i first saw the sentences. ^^
  5. jamesosh

    jamesosh Welcome New Poster

    Welcome supapong!!!! Good to have you here!!!

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