Cross-cultural youth camp under way in Yala

Besides helping the community and learning valuable problem-solving and other skills, participants also build friendships that transcend cultural and religious barriers.

By Samila Naranode for Khabar Southeast Asia in Hat Yai – 30/03/12

March 29, 2012


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