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"Orangefield" is a song written by Northern Irish singer-songwriter Van Morrison and released on his 1989 album Avalon Sunset. The song takes place on "a golden Autumn day" and is named for the school for boys (now Orangefield High School) that Morrison attended during his youth in Belfast, Northern Ireland.
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Anirut was born in Chiang-Rai province, located in the Northern part of Thailand and moved to live in Bangkok when he was 5 years old.
Hold a Bachelor’s degree in Arts of Assumption University. After graduated, he had worked at Aeronautical Radio of Thailand (National Air Traffic Service Provider) for 13 years in the position of Flight Data Operator, Aerodrome Controller, Radar Approach Controller, Senior Radar Approach Controller and Air Traffic Control Service Assistant Manager, respectively.
It is said that Air Traffic Controller is one of the most stressful job. Automatically, his works tend to relief that stress. Outside the aerodrome control tower or radar control room, contrails of the aircraft he just made contact or crystal clear blue sky is his oasis. He finally realized that we, the human race, are just the tiny part of this world. Be kind to others may be the answer..
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