Why Our Obsession With Beauty is Ruining What it Means to Travel

Why Our Obsession With Beauty is Ruining What it Means to Travel
A few months ago I visited Chiang Mai's famous mountain-top temple, Doi Suthep, to discover two girls making a scene about having to cover their bare legs and shoulders. When they (finally) covered themselves up to enter I found them quickly taking off …
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Poll: Half of female revellers groped during Songkran
The survey involved 1,793 people, aged 10-40, in Bangkok, Nakhon Pathom, Samut Prakan, Chiang Mai, Lampang, Amnat Charoen, Chumphon, Chon Buri and Khon Kaen, said Charee Srisawat, of the Women and Men Progressive Movement Foundation.
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Spinning a traditional yarn
Born and raised in Sakon Nakhon, Praphaiphan graduated from the Faculty of Social Sciences from Chiang Mai University in 1983. She went to Bangkok to find a job as she wanted to be a civil servant or teacher, as her parents did not want their educated …
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