Mayumi Kato Piano Music - Now on Streaming Platforms!

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Hello, I’m Paul Barton. I’d like to talk to you about our friend, the Japanese composer, Mayumi Kato, and tell you a little about how we met 12 years ago here on YouTube. And, most importantly, update Mayumi’s fans about the new ways to listen to her music online that you’ve been asking for, for some time. A bit of background: My wife Khwan and I moved from France to Thailand in 2006. »

Day at Karen Refugee Camp, Thailand (Part 1)

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Video Transcript (Translate this page with Google) Today the Barton family are traveling to a Karen refugee camp on the Thai side of the Thai Burmese border. We’ve been invited to meet the families that live there, and they’ve asked us to make and share their story, in case there may be those that see it, and would like to help in some way. Karen people love music, they sing beautifully and almost everyone sings in a choir of which there are many. »

Bamboo House Repair After Wild Elephant Attack

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Video Transcript (Translate this page with Google) These are the mountains in the Saiyok National Park. They are on the Thai side of the Thai/Burmese border. This wild place is home to many Karen refugees living in Thailand. Our friend Somchai came to Thailand many years ago as a refugee. Now he works as a builder around the area, and looks after his large family, in a small bamboo house he built himself. »

Art: Making a Sculpture of a Dog by Khwan

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Video Transcript (Translate this page with Google) (The following transcript was brought to you by Whisper AI.) The Barton family was heading out of Bangkok to visit friends in a remote village near the Thai-Burmese border. Our friend Krahan has a dog named Bangkor. Khwan, an artist in the family, wanted to create a sculpture of Bangkor for Krahan’s new home. She makes her own clay using a unique method: mixing plasticine with beeswax and pigment, all melted together at a high temperature. »

Building A House For Friends

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This video documents a house building project for our friends during the pandemic. A BIG THANK YOU to our YouTube viewers that put up with those pesky ads, to our Patreon patrons and to FEURICH, Vienna and Apogee Digital in US. Your support that made this project possible. Krahan asked me to film and post a video about his house for him, so here it is. Filmed with iPhone 14 Pro. »