Colin C. Bell

Biography

In 1983 Colin C. Bell came to Thailand for the first time and it wasn't long before he fell in love with the country and its people. For much of the last twenty-five years he has remained in Thailand, working as an English language teacher, a volunteer working with the under-privileged, and as a writer.
With this novel he wants to pass on his experiences and his passion for this land in the hope that you, too, will come to love it and that your heart may be touched by the plight of children growing up without a home.
While the story illustrates some of the socio-economic problems affecting Thai society, the book also tries to portray the caring spirit and the kindness of the Thais. Though the characters in the story are fictional, they are composites of real people and the problems and experiences they encounter are based on true events.

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Books

Biotopia
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Price: $4.99 USD. Words: 29,900. Language: English. Published: January 12, 2013 by booksmango. Category: Fiction » Science fiction » General
Is the merging of technology and the human brain the future of mankind?Biotopia – a planet at the frontline of human civilization. An experiment to see if the merging of technology and the human brain can produce a better, a perfect society.But communication with this outpost was interrupted and when after twenty years Captain Will Wilbur and his team return to this place what will they find? A bl
On Their Own - a story of street children in Thailand
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Price: $6.99 USD. Words: 77,800. Language: English. Published: April 15, 2011 by booksmango. Category: Nonfiction » Social Science » Global society studies
Life was tough enough for Nok and his sister Ning after their father walked out, leaving their mother to raise them alone in a Bangkok slum, yet they made ends meet. But when she suddenly falls sick and dies, the children have no option but to find their own way in this world.

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bangkok    future    space    street chldren    thailand    utopia