Signs in Mae Hong Son

(Photo: Sadartu)
(Photo: Sadartu)

Signs in Mae Hong Son - May 8, 2008

Above: Malaria, which most people thought it was eradicated from Thailand, is still found in Mae Samlap. Since Mae Samlap is a quay in Salween River where there are a lot of Thai and Burmese people, therefore the warning of malaria infection here is needed to be written in the Burmese language.

Left: Tha Ta Fung, the village of Pakakayor Thai people, is the village where most of the villagers have still very well preserved customs and traditions, especially the language. Nobody thought that such preservation would obstruct learning and teaching of the Thai language in schools. Therefore, the schools have to be announced as the Thai-speaking areas.

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