It was reported in the Bangkok Post this week that Bangkok has the third most polluted air in the world. ( https://www.bangkokpost.com/learning/easy/1831894/bangkok-has-worlds-third-worst-air-quality ) This is a situation which has been building for the past few years and finally came to a head last January when the government ordered that all schools be shut for two days in order to A) get cars off the roads and B) try to save young lungs from further harm. The type of pollutants are of the worst kind.The tiny pervasive ones which most filters cannot catch (PM 2.5), mainly caused by farmers burning off the stubble in their fields around the cities. My reason for this post? A warning, if you are thinking of coming to Bangkok to work I would ask your prospective employers what provision they are making to protect the kids. Do they have a policy? Do they have air purifiers in each classroom and not just the Head of Schools office. Some do but many do not. If you are actually bringing small children with you then perhaps you should be aware of the risks that you are running with their health. ( https://sprouts.co.th/protect-children-from-air-pollution-in-bangkok/ ) Anyway I was driving (the irony of it!) into the city today and saw the pall of black pollution hanging over it and thought that I would pass this on. Certainly something else to add to your research page when looking for a job. It might also be interesting to see what the pollutant levels are in other major cities where you all work. Have a good week.