A fairy tale of a former capital, medieval Jaisalmer at the western fringe of the Thar Desert remains one of the most picturesque destinations in India
Bangkok - In Kudeejeen, people of three religions harmoniously live together in close quarters, Buddhists, Christians and Muslims. It is a diverse community with many cuisines.
Bangkok — A small group of Chulalongkorn University students have made a big difference publicizing the indigo dye project in Kram Sakorn, or Kanlaya mudyom, in the historic Kudeejeen multi-cultural community on the Chao Phraya riverfront.
Preserving Thai traditions through recycling paper This is the third of a series of articles written by Communication Management students of the Faculty of Communication Arts, Chulalongkorn University, this one by Jitsupang Aunkasith, Karnpitcha Prayotamornkul, Celine Athikarngumjorn and Elliot Goodyer, on university efforts to contribute to community sustainable development and environmental protection.
Myanmar’s second largest city, Mandalay, was Myanmar’s last royal capital and remains the country’s cultural center. It’s not very old, established in 1857 by King Mindon who chose to move his capital from nearby Amarapura to below the watchful gaze of Mandalay Hill. Known then as Yadanabon,
Bangkok – Nestled in historical Bangkok lies Kudeejeen, a community full of history, cultural heritage and the peaceful coexistence of three religious groups: Buddhists, Muslims and Christians. Portuguese settlers founded Kudeejeen about 250 years ago during the Thonburi period.
by Patricia Kaowthumrong