For a non-English speaker it is work to participate in international conference. It is not only Australian and British English that are challenging, but also African English, Asian English, Korean English, and I am sure, for others, mine, the Finnish English is not so clear either. So, but noon time you are happy just to have your lunch and sit next to your room mate, whom you know best.
In this conference, there are two outside facilitators, who make us talk - about where have been as an organisation and where we are now and where we would like to go in the future. This is very similar questions I have met before in team entreprenuership learning course. We went through the organisational highlights and 'downlights' all the way from the founding of FEB International. I do not know so much about the long history - my history begins in the end of 1980s. But, I am not the oldest at all in FEB - our Japanese broadcasters was standing in the starting lines when we had the exercise of lining up according to the timeline.
But first, here below is me on the river cruise in Bangkok.