ผู้ประกอบการรุ่นใหม่ (2)

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Some 3 weeks ago (last year) I blogged about ผู้ประกอบการรุ่นใหม่ (Enterprising Next Gen) where quick and dirty businesses (selling guns and narcotic drugs) were their easy paths to riches. Many people were disgusted of the way our society seemed to be heading. With a famous legend (promoting ideas that 'immoral and corrupt means to wealth is OK') being promoted and worshipped in some quarters of our society, it is not easy to clear another path way to do businesses. But here is a beautiful news.

[From thaipost.net 9 Jan 2016:

นร.เจ๋งปลูกผักอินทรีย์ฟันเดือนเป็นหมื่น
สุดทึ่ง นักเรียนชายวัย 17 ปี ใช้เวลาว่างปลูกผักเกษตรอินทรีย์ส่งขายฟันรายได้เดือนละ 6 หมื่นบาท หลังได้รับใบประกาศผ่านเกณฑ์มาตรฐานจากทางการ นับเป็นเกษตรกรที่อายุน้อยที่สุดที่ทำได้ ตั้งเป้าเอาดีทางด้านนี้ให้ถึงที่สุด]

So there are next gen who give it a go using nothing fancy but simple hardwork in a vegie patch to grow not only good food but also a good fortune for themselves.

I look around and see many examples of young entrepreneurs working on their chosen paths to wealth and moral society. One has found a way to insert DNA into a common fungus so that it can now produce useful medicinal and specific substances. Many have worked in design for recycling wastes. Some are experimenting in designs and preparations of food with local ingredients. Many have started retail businesses. And so on.

They have my admiration and support. They are and will be our 'backbones' of society --servicing our needs in simple straight foreward ways. They are what any society must have. No society wants a worldful high-tech global corporations making high profit, avoiding taxes, using cheap labour in developing countries, ... in short businesses modelled on high legality-but-low-morality.

An experiment in making dry mango powder. 3 levels of ripeness (green--ripe) are tested for drying, milling and taste qualities. 3 tools (knife, grate, scraper) are tested. 3 drying trays (aluminium, paper, plastic) are also tested. The mangoes are shredded and Sun-dry, then milled in a blender to various degrees of coarseness. I won't tell what the result of the experiment is). The end product is a condiment (spice; mango powder) used to add flavour (like salt and pepper) to soups, sprinkle on rice or noodle dishes.

Try making mango powder and taste it for yourselves. I think you will be surprised and love it.

Happy New Year.

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