Nomen Global Says Good-Bye to Phongphanich Rujirattanalai.

Nomen Global Language Centers is saying “good-bye” to one of its most popular students, Phongphanich Rujirattanalai, from Thailand.  His nickname is Min, and he has been a great asset to the morale and the work of the school, as well as being an outstanding student.  Min has been a big help in the Social Media Department for the school, translating our blogs and tweets into Thai.  He will be leaving us at the end of this week to return to Thailand for a few months before resuming his studies in the United States.
Thailand is a constitutional monarchy, headed by King Rama IX of the Chakri dynasty.  Thailand, formerly known as Siam, is the 51st largest country in the world by land mass, at over 198-thousand square miles, and is currently ranked as the 20th most populous country with over 64 million people currently residing within its borders.  The capital is Bangkok and the main religion is Buddhism, although all other main religions are represented in Thailand, and under the protection of the King.
Min has enjoyed his time at Nomen Global Language Centers, and says his teachers have done a superb job of helping him polish his English language skills.  He has also greatly enjoyed his extracurricular activities, such as soccer.
We wish Phongphanich Rujirattanalai “Chog Dee” (good luck) on his trip home and look forward to seeing him again soon!  

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