Much of Thai culture I love. I try and change educational culture in my school to get kids to do more than just rote learn and memorise facts to pass exams. If a student is going to get better at English they need to be able to think for themselves, develop the ability to ask and answer questions and form opinions for themselves. Much of what they learn here are cheesy phrases to fill in blanks on exam questions. The challenge is to try and get students to master skills that often they have never done in their own language. Things like brainstorming, story writing, giving balanced opinions need to be experienced to get a more rounded student. Otherwise English because a functional learning roleplays for my job but cannot hold a basic conversation subject.