Folk art increases cross-cultural understanding in Deep South

A popular local chief in the insurgency-plagued region is using Thai folk arts to spread a message of peace and understanding to Thai Buddhists and ethnic Malay Muslims.

By Bas Pattani for Khabar Southeast Asia in Yala

October 01, 2012


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