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“Enhancing the understanding between people from different cultural backgrounds is her passion.”
Tippayarat experienced coordinating the Thai and the Japanese through various interesting careers including interpreter, marketing staff, Thai language instructor, DJ at a Japanese radio and a MC at a Thai-Japanese TV program. She also engaged in a new product development project. At the time, she realized that nonverbal communication also causes misunderstanding between Thai and Japanese. Therefore, she worked on researching the differences between Thai and Japanese facial expression, one of non-verbal communication method, and had the results published.
She graduated from the faculty of Arts, Chulalongkorn University, majoring in Japanese, with the first grade honor and a gold medal. Acquiring the Japanese MEXT scholarship, she spent a year for Japanese studies at Nagoya University and 3 more years the Graduate School of Intercultural Studies, Kobe University where she did her research.
At Asian Identity, she applies her knowledges and skills working as a translator and project coordinator and writer.
She loves dancing and yoga because they refresh her mind and inspire new ideas for work.