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The SWASH Times
Voraphan (Tle) Piamviriyakun
August 25, 2011
The third part of Geoffrey’s series on friends Toei and Cat relates Toei’s rehabilitation within a sometimes labyrinthine medical establishment.
August 18, 2011
In this second instalment of his series on his friends Toei and Cat, Geoffrey describes the challenges brought on by Toei’s health crisis and the problems in getting medical care if one is not rich and powerful.
August 11, 2011
In this new series, Geoffrey Longfellow introduces us to Toei and Cat, some friends from the north-east of Thailand. He describes the hardships of a resilient young couple.
May 25, 2011
In the last instalment of Geoffrey’s long-running series on Southern Thailand. Those wishing to re-read the series in its entirety can find it in our Archives tab under Geoffrey’s menu.
Geoffrey explores the notion of secession in Southern Thailand. Can Southern Thailand actually make a go of it as a separate state?
Geoffrey offers his opinion on how the regional divide divides Thailand
Geoffrey Longfellow’s long-running series on Southern Thailand continues today with a discussion of local power and politics.
Outspokenness is not generally considered a good quality in a person in Thailand — unless you are a Southern woman, Geoffrey finds.
In this instalment of his series, Geoffrey discusses the importance of education to the people of southern Thailand.
Language as an Art Form. Geoffrey Longfellow finds that language is the vehicle of southerners’ culture, whether in live performance or social and political discussion.
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