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Minali De Silva
Works at Three Sixty
Attended Brunel University
Lives in Sri Lanka
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I may not belive in 'diets'.... but I do belive in eating smart.
 
Hope everyone's eating right today!
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Bring your business to life with Venture Engine! Submissions close in 9 days so send us your business plans to submissions@ventureengine.lk!
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I was only recently introduced to Thai food by co-workers.  Had not idea what to expect, but wow it was very good.

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"I was gonna listen to that, but then, um, I just carried on living my life." - Aldous Snow in Forgetting Sarah Marshall
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A great project aimed at enabling Sri Lankan Entrepreneurs.... worth checking out...
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Nan Gin Kui is the featured restaurant in this edition of the Foodie Guide.
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Venture Engine 2014 is now underway offering great opportunities to aspiring entrepreneurs. Submit your business plans before the 26th of May !
Annual competition by Blue Ocean Ventures and the Indian Angel Network has so far triggered Rs. 200 m funding and 12 start ups By Shabiya Ali Ahlam The
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Thailand - the best place to move to.... agree?
 
Expats Say Thailand Is The Best.

Looking for financial security, and don’t mind the added bonuses of being close to palm trees and sandy beaches? Thailand might be just the place you’re looking for.
The 2013 HSBC Expat survey ranks Thailand as number one for the best overall expat experience. Thailand excelled most in the areas of setting up shop, integrating with society and ease of making new friends. The comprehensive ranking, now in its sixth year, compiles surveys from among more than 7,000 expatriates from nearly 100 countries across the globe.
Lower living costs and higher earnings potential have made Thailand the most cost-effective place for foreigners, while Vietnam ranked highly for presenting the best career opportunities.
It is interesting to note that Asia is home to the highest paid expats in the world, in recent years Asia has seen some of the world’s strongest economic growth, and many emerging economies in Southeast Asia have drawn in an increasing number of foreign workers seeking better career opportunities.
Over the years, the survey has shown expat wealth gradually heading east, with emergent, and now indeed fully emerged, regions like the Middle East and Asia becoming more and more popular. In addition to providing financial stability, Asia is proving a preferred destination for improved quality of living.
Thailand topped the chart for being a good place to make friends and enjoy an active social life. Respondents said it was easy for them to embrace local food and culture, with 60% saying life in Thailand allowed them a healthier diet. Thailand also ranked highly for expats looking for improved financial status. Nearly 80% of those surveyed said they had seen their disposable incomes improve since moving to the country.
Tropical beaches, world-class restaurants, modern infrastructure, the cultural attractions on top of a reasonable cost of living continues to make it an ideal place to live. 
If you think your next move should be to Thailand, or are already planning the change - get in touch with the HomeConnect team, yet another reason why moving to Thailand is so easy. 

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Wow....a mountain of books!
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Sip the coffee then eat the cup Venezuelan designer Enrique Luis Sardi designed this edible Cookie Cup for Italian coffee brand Lavazza. The cup has an i
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Education
  • Brunel University
    Law, 2003
  • Asian International School
    2000
  • Bishops College
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  • Three Sixty
    Managing Director, present
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