Northeast Thailand Silk, Pottery, Religion and More

Phra That Prasit, Na Wa, Nakhon Phanom,Thailand, and Silk Nearby

Phra That Prasit Historical Sites & Monuments Located in Amphoe Na Wa, the stupa is designated as a holy place, especially for one born on Thursday. It is believed to grant the wish of working…Continue reading


Silk a Local Art Form in Northeast Thailand,Isaan

I have been visiting, mapping and documenting the Arts and Crafts of Isaan, the Northeast of Thailand for some fifteen years now and one of the most diverse is silk. From the simple to…Continue reading


The Royal Activities of King Rama IX King Bhumibol Adulyadej,Thailand

King Bhumibol Adulyadej or King Rama IX has done much for his people. He is endowed with grace and admirable manners and he uses the Ten-Fold Virtues as guidelines in leading his life and working…Continue reading


Pottery in Isaan Northeast Thailand

Over the years I have visited many of the pottery villages in the region. I got a lot of information from Leedom Lefferts of the Sackler Gallery at the Smithsonian to include a study done by Samruat…Continue reading


Na Wa Arts and Crafts Center Nakhon Phanom Thailand

The Nawa Arts and Crafts Center is actually closer to Sakon Nakhon town than Nakhon Phanom, altough it is located in the Province. The Foundation for the Promotion of Supplementary Occupations and…Continue reading


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