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Activity: world economic predictions for 2011

February 2, 2011

Ken Keach

will give a presentation entitled





Fearless predictions as to how your local economic garden patch will prosper:

  • What’s up for the USA – is there something growing under all that manure?
  • Will Europe’s currency disease take down the whole crop?
  • How much less can a Pound weigh in the UK?
  • How much more rot of a mess will Germany shoulder?
  • Will China overgrow and collapse?
  • Will Japan keep borrowing and sink?
  • Is South East Asia the flower children of the year?
  • While Australia is all wet, will it mold?
  • Will the Thai Baht get blighted, and why does it get stronger in this mess?

This and many more exciting questions will be waded into, so bring your garden boots and join in the tilling of the humus.

Ken Keach is a former American banker and university lecturer. He has also made risk analyses about Southeast Asia to advise western banks. He currently lives in Chiang Mai, and we are honoured he accepted our invitation. As the list of contents imply, Ken is a very entertaining lecturer, able to link world economy to the garden microcosmos.

When: Sunday, February 27th, 2011, at 15.00.

Where: Dokmai Garden.

Driving information:

Cost: 100 Baht, includes coffee, tea or Jiaogulan tea (Gynostemma pentaphyllum f. pentaphyllum (Cucurbitaceae)).

Registration (important): To get a seat, please send an e-mail latest one day in advance to

VIP card holders and lifetime members have free access to the garden.

Our sales nursery will be open.

Most welcome!

Ketsanee Seehamongkol & Eric Danell

A Swedish 100 crowns note (500 Baht), depicting the King of Flora, Linnaeus (1707-1778). In the faint background is an illustration of his garden in Uppsala, Sweden.

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