Matt Losch

January 22, 2005

Two days after graduating from Princeton in the Class of '05, Matt flew out to Chiang Rai, Thailand, where he jumped right into the classroom at Mae Fah Luang University.  He spent several months of the rainy season happily adjusting to the slow-paced life of northern Thailand, and was very content to have free weekends to hang out and catch up on dozens of books he wishes he'd had the time to read during college.  Matt saw parts of Singapore, Laos, and the sprawling metropolis of Bangkok during his inter-semester break, and with the more favorable "cold season" weather, has spent recent weekends rock climbing and hanging out with other PiA fellows in Chiang Mai.  Currently teaching 18 hours a week of English, focusing primarily on listening and speaking skills, Matt still finds the time to go exploring, study Thai, and eat copious amounts of delicious Thai food, which generally must have multiple whole chili peppers in it to avoid qualifying as tasting "bland."  Matt plans to spend a few months volunteering at a nearby hilltribe school after his MFLU teaching career comes to an end in March.

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