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About me

Hi, my dear viewers and bloggers! I am Sarun Saelee, a journalist and badminton blogger, from Bangkok, Thailand. You can call me “Run” for short.

I was born on Oct. 7, 1986 in Bangkok. After completing the M.A. in International Journalism Studies from Hong Kong Baptist University in Hong Kong, I am working in the news and PR business at InfoQuest, a leading online news and information supplier in Thailand. Apart from my passion for journalism, I also fall in love with badminton and consider myself as a badminton mania with full of knowledge gaining throughout nearly 10 years in the badminton circle. Therefore, this blog would be a wonderful place for me to share every kind of badminton-related information as well as some journalistic entries to you guys. I really hope everyone will enjoy what I am having on the blog and appreciate for all comments. Please feel free to talk to me here or via sarunlee@hotmail.com.

Thank you very much for visiting!

Run

 

6 responses to “About me

  1. Shaine

    07/05/2014 at 13:25

    Hi K. Sarun, Could you please refer to anyone who plays at Lumpini Park or YWCA, Satorn? I would like to play on Friday Evening every week.

     
    • sarunlee

      07/05/2014 at 13:49

      Hi K. Shaine, I am sorry I have no information for any groups playing there yet. All I know is the Lumpini court is a training camp for the Thai national badminton team, so it’s not fully open for public use over some period of time. Meanwhile, the YWCA court is on the top of the building, so it’s rare to see an open badminton group there. Are you comfortable with any other places? Where are you staying exactly? I would try my best to help you.

       
  2. Oliver

    05/12/2014 at 09:45

    hi, I like to play tonight at speed-club-tito, two persons without rackets. How should I contact anyone?

     
  3. David Ng

    20/05/2017 at 12:30

    Hi Khun Sarunlee,

    So sorry keep troubling you again. Anyway back in Singapore. I did not get to play as not enough time. Can I check do you know any thai ex national player who does badminton coaching. Me plus 2 friends need a coach for 2 days training in BKK. We staying at Pratunam area. Can you help refer me a good coach. Male or female ok. It will be good can speak abit english. I await your reply.
    Kraap khun kraap.

    Regards,

    David

     
    • sarunlee

      20/05/2017 at 15:26

      Hi David,

      I don’t have any contact with ex-national players, but I would recommend my coach. He does coaching me on Saturdays morning, but not sure if he will be able to manage to do coaching you and your friends on other days. If you are interested, please email him letting him know what time you want to do coaching and where to do so. Here is his email address: jinnawatsun@hotmail. His name is Sun.

       

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