Kids went to see a Japanese Kindergarten and they seemed to have found it very good.
I had a discussion with my wife and our parents what kind of education they should get in this country. Is is good to go to ordinary Japan style kindergarten with Japanese teachers, friends and everything when you are living outside of Japan?
Another point is that “International Kindergartens” have almost all Japanese students in their class and I wonder if you can call that situation an “International”. Of course teachers speak only English and kids will learn it and that’s good. But I have kind of strange feeling about letting my kids go there.
You can learn languages a lot if you really want and need. The most important point is, I think, to show them how we, the parents manage our studies, money, relationship with others and everything in this country.
I’m not very sure about this but the Kindergarten they went to see today was a large high-quality and nice people one. We can change next year if needed.
I had a Skype mtg with Japanese company. It’s really hard to get all the jobs fine in this busy situation, the beginning of the life in Bangkok. It’s getting a bit late from the schedule and I need to drive harder.