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Healthy Thai Cooking by Sri Owen, James Murphy

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Hello, My Big Big Honey! : Love Letters to Bangkok Bar Girls and Their Revealing Interviews  By Dave Walker/Richard S. Ehrlich When I'm asked to cite references on the commercial sex scene in Thailand, this book always occupies the top of the list. No one says it as well as the Thai women themselves, and I found these interviews to be very credible. The foreword, by a Thai academic, was also among the more enlightening essays I've read on this topic. Should be read by any male or female contemplating an entree into Thailand's "demi-monde"

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Hildebrands Urlaubsführer, Bd.28, Thailand by Dieter Rumpf

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A History of the Kingdom of Siam up to 1770 by F.H.Turpin 

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History of the Malay Kingdom of Patani : Sejarah Kerajaan Melayu Patani by Ibrahim Syukri (Paperback - May 1985)

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Household Thai (audiotape)

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Hush! : A Thai Lullaby by Minfong Ho, Holly Meade (Illustrator)

Reading level: Baby-Preschool

Your children will love this Thai story. It nicely introduces children to Thailand without boring them with facts, instead the story is wonderfully rhythmic and teaches animal sounds as it will lull your child into gentle sleep. It's Our Favorite Thai children's book! comments by  Bjorn Andersson

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Im Land des weißen Elefanten - Die Beziehungen zwischen Deutschland und Thailand by Andreas Stoffers 

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In the Place of Origins : Modernity and Its Mediums in Northern Thailand (Body, Commodity, Text) by Rosalind C. Morris (Hardcover - March 2000)

Book Description
In the Place of Origins tells the tale of modernity in Northern Thailand, discerning its oblique signs in the performances of contemporary spirit mediums. In a world driven by the twin fantasies of pastness and newness, Rosalind C. Morris reveals that spirit mediumship is not simply a theater of atavistic tendency but an arena in which it is possible to read the relationships between new forms of representation and subjectivity, as well as new modes of magic and political power.

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Indien, Indochina (map)

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Indonesian and Thai Cookery by Sri Owen

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Insight Compact Guides Thailand (Insight Compact Guides)  (Paperback - January 1998)

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Insight Guide Thailand (Serial)  (Paperback - November 2000)

Book Description
One of over 400 titles in the Insight series,

Insight Guide Thailand. This 398-page book includes a section detailing Thailand's history, 8 features covering aspects of the country's life and culture, ranging from the dwindling numbers of hill tribes to the tasty and aesthetically pleasing Thai cuisine, a region by region visitor's guide to the sights, and a comprehensive Thai Travel Tips section packed with essential contact addresses and numbers. Plus many superb photographs of Thailand and 18 maps of Thailand.

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Insight Map Thailand : Fleximap Plus Travel Information (Insight Map Series)  (Paperback - April 1999)

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Insight Pocket Guide Thailand by Steve Van Beek (Paperback - January 1998)

Book Description
One of over 400 titles in the Insight series,

Insight Guide Thailand. This 398-page book includes a section detailing Thailand's history, 8 features covering aspects of the country's life and culture, ranging from the dwindling numbers of hill tribes to the tasty and aesthetically pleasing cuisine, a region by region visitor's guide to the sights, and a comprehensive Travel Tips section packed with essential contact addresses and numbers. Plus many superb photographs and 18 maps. --This text refers to the Paperback edition.

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International Schools in Thailand  by Colin De'Ath, Jennifer Sharples (Paperback)

Book Description
This is the first comprehensive and independent guide to international schools in Thailand. It is packed with information for parents who are concerned about finding the best educational institute for their child in Thailand. The book highlights what to look for when selecting an international school, the differences between Thai and international schools, how many international schools there are in Thailand, what Thailand's first international boarding schools are offering.

From the Publisher
There is a genuine need for a publication of this nature and the International Schools Association in Thailand welcomes this initiative and trusts that it will prove to be a valuable resource for parents in the search for the most suitable schools for their child.

Packed with information and insider tips., July 8, 1999
Reviewer: A reader from Bangkok
I likes this publication because it offered a lot of information that is hard to get from the schools themselves. Generally international schools in Thailand tend to be a rip-off financially with unqualified teachers and low standards that cheat both Thai and expatriate parents. A guide that lists all these schools in Thailand and tells parents what to look for (although you seldom get the truth when asking many of the questions of the schools) was badly needed! How about an update????

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It Rains Fishes : Legends, Traditions and the Joys of Thai Cooking by Kasma Loha-Unchit (Paperback - July 1995)
From Book News, Inc. , February 1, 1996 The Thai recipes are only part of the fun in this compendium of information about the land, people, and culinary traditions of Thailand. Ingredients are thoroughly described (good news: coconut milk is not necessarily a no-no for cholesterol watchers; chili peppers are great for you). Recipes include lots of notes and variations. Colorful watercolor illustrations enhance the feeling of travel and discovery. Annotation c. by Book News, Inc., Portland, Or.

A feast for the eyes, the mind, and the palate, August 28, 2000
Reviewer: D. Bruce from Syracuse, NY United States
First and foremost the book presents a series of Thai recipes, easy to follow and in every instance a delight to prepare and to serve. The preparation of the ingredients, their traditional uses, and helpful information about potential combinations provide the reader with a banquet of information about the preparation of Thai food in the traditional Thai style. Moreover, the book contains helpful suggestions on preparation techniques, for locating and purchasing ingredients, and for ultimate presentation of the dish. Loha-Unchit clearly strives to prepare the reader for the Thai cooking experience: providing basic instruction for those just beginning and important details to more experienced Thai cooks.

The book also is visually beautiful. Numerous line drawings and beautiful images (apparently watercolors) provide the reader with beautiful images ranging from Thai market scenes in Bangkok to illustrations of the Thai people working in the countryside. I found myself going back to the pictures and imagining myself observing the Thai scenes they depicted.

Finally, this book is a feast for the mind. Loha-unchit provides the reader with a history of the Thai foods, their origins, and their place within the Thai cuisine. Loha-unchit guides us through a process that enables us to obtain and employ ingredients to produce authentic and traditional Thai cuisine with a minimum of fuss and a maximum of results. For example, although the book contains Thai recipes for making your own curries from scratch it also provides suggestions for commercially available curries that provide the flavors closest to Thai home-made cooking

This is not a Thai cookbook for those who think you can label a dish Thai by adding a few peanuts and a bit of lemon grass. It is a Thai cookbook that provides the reader with a taste of the sensibility of Thai cuisine and Thai culture, a journey for both the mind and the palate.

Experienced cooks will benefit from the insights Loha-unchit offers; inexperienced cooks will find their skills grow through use of the book. All will delight in the flavors, both visual and gustatory, that "It rains fishes" provides.

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Japan's Foreign Aid to Thailand and the Philippines by David M. Potter (Hardcover - May 1996)
From Book News, Inc. , November 1, 1996
An examination of the economic and political effect of Japan's foreign aid to Thailand and the Philippines. Potter (Japanese and comparative politics, Northern Kentucky U.) thoroughly researches the advance of Japanese aid to the countries since the 1980s, and the problems presented to the recipient countries in terms of project implementation and coordination. The author, not surprisingly, concludes that both countries must accommodate Japanese priorities to meet their own.

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Jenseits des Ozeans by Beat Knüsel

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Kambodscha, Laos, Malayische Halbinsel, Thailand, Vietnam (map)

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Kauderwelsch Band 19 Thai Wort für Wort by Martin Lutterjohann 

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Kauderwelsch Band 19 Thai Wort für Wort by Martin Lutterjohann (audiotape)

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Ken Hom Cooks Thai by Ken Hom 

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Khok Phanom Di by Charles Higham 

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The King and I by Helen Perelman (Paperback - April 1999)

Reading level: Ages 4-8

Synopsis
Youngest readers can return to the joyful story of the King of Siam and the English schoolteacher, Anna. Full color.

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The King of the White Elephant by Pridi Banomyong (Paperback)

Book Description
It is the story of the olden days of the East, when nations rose up in arms at the mere word of their King, for what cause they knew not, except that they had been ordered to. Nations that today, with the enlightenment bestowed on them by the Lord Buddha, have realized the follies of their forefathers, and, forgiving and forgetting, have, aggressed and aggressor, victor and vanquished alike, joined hands in brotherly love to work for the commonwealth of Mankind.

The publisher, Martin Rowe , August 11, 2000
Discusses the past difficulties that faced South East Asia
This work, a novel, was written during 1939 and 1940, a turbulent period in East and South East Asia and reflect Pridi Banomyong's attempts to attain the goals of neutrality and peace amid threats of imperialism and fascism. While Banomyong desired peace, the novel makes clear that he believed in a "just war"- although one that had as limited an effect on the people as possible.

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Kingdom of Make-Believe: A Novel of Thailand by Dean Barrett 

The author, Dean Barrett - [email protected] , June 17, 1999
Thailand: an exotic and dangerous journey
Like many people who have lived in Thailand, I still have many wonderful memories of the Land of Smiles. But it is also true that a farang (foreigner) is not always aware of what is really going on behind the scenes. The smiles, while genuine, mislead us into thinking that what is presented on the surface is the only reality. In Kingdom of Make-Believe, a New York publisher who once served in Thailand during the Vietnam War receives a plea for help from his late brother's Thai widow. As he was... read more

 

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Knaurs Kulturführer Thailand by Ilona Esche-Pansegrau 

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Koh Samui and Environs : Thailand's Tropical Haven (2nd Ed) by Daniel P. Reid, Alberto Cassio, Dan Reid The book is very accurate and a great guide to the islands, I recommend it to all first time visitors- don't forget to visit the ragga club on the east side, the owner also has great living accomadations on the ocean for the tourist.

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Ko Samui and Southern Thailand Globetrotter Travel Map  
(Paperback - August 1997)

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Kulturschock Thailand by Rainer Krack

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Lady Boys, Tom Boys, Rent Boys : Male and Female Homosexualities in Contemporary Thailand by Peter A. Jackson (Editor), Gerard Sullivan (Editor) (Paperback - June 1999)

Nerida M. Cook, PhD, Lecturer in Sociology, Department of Sociology and Social Work, University of Tasmania, Australia
"Brings to life the issues and problems of interpreting sexual and gender identities in contemporary Thailand. . . . Provides challenges to the applicability of models derived from Western gay, lesbian, and queer theories. . . . An important corrective to the many misapprehensions that have arisen, both within and outside Thailand, about non-normative sexual behaviors."

Eldon L. Wegner, PhD, Professor of Sociology, University of Hawaii at Manoa, Honolulu
"Demonstrates how negative stereotypes have pervaded the dominant scholarship on sexual minorities in Thailand and caused barriers to needed health education, counseling, and health services. . . . This book illustrates how the cultural notions of family and community may be positive resources in providing effective services."

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Land & Leute Thailand by Rainer Bolik 

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Lang Rongrien Rockshelter by Douglas D. Anderson 

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Laotische Handschriften by Dr. Klaus Wenk 

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Learning Basic Thai (audiotape)

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Leben und Arbeiten in Thailand

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Lebensraum Thailand by Wolf Donner 

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The Legend of the Golden Boat : Regulation, Trade and Traders in the Borderlands of Laos,

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The Legend of Queen Cama : Bodhiramsi's Camadevivamsa, a Translation and Commentary (Suny Series in Buddhist Studies) by Bodhiransi, et al (Paperback - June 1998)

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Let the Good Times Roll : Prostitution and the U.S. Military in Asia Reviewer: "Chris Sanchez". Having worked for the US military throughout Asia, and having been to every area described in this book, I will concede that the authors DO accurately portray working conditions for the women described at the time the research was done. However, by the time the book was published (1992) US Subic Naval Base at Olongapo had closed, and Okinawa and Korea's upwardly mobile economy had drastically changed the night life district, making sexual services prohibitively expensive for most active duty US military. The effect is that whilst reading this book, one is thinking "OK, interesting to see how things WERE, but none of this is applicable today". If we're going to complain about GI's messing around with Asian bargirls in the late 80's/ early 90's, then heck while we're at it let's complain about them using French bordellos during World War I. Also tiresome is the underlying tone of "Look at these poor women and what the big bad US military is doing to them". As if the US is responsible for seedy bartowns in Asian countries. If all the base bartowns disappeared overnight, sure a few GI's might be disappointed, but you wouldn't see the Command structure demanding that they return. It's as simple as this guys, if you REALLY don't want the American GI's to buy something- then don't sell it! Sure, I know the girls are poor, and working as bargirls may be the only way to make money for some of them. But the single US soldier can't do anything about the economic stratification between his country and another's. And if you open up a bar next to a base full of 18-25 yr old GI's, well, what do you expect is going to happen?  

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Linguistic Diversity and National Unity : Language Ecology in Thailand by William A. Smalley, William Smally

Book Description
Unlike other multi-ethnic nations, such as Myanmar and India, where official language policy has sparked bloody clashes, Thailand has maintained relative stability despite its eighty languages. In this study of the relations among politics, geography, and language, William A. Smalley shows how Thailand has maintained national unity through an elaborate social and linguistic hierarchy.

Smalley contends that because the people of Thailand perceive their social hierarchy as the normal order.

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Lonely Planet Bangkok (4th Ed) by Joe Cummings (Paperback - June 1999)
The publisher, Lonely Planet Publications , December 5, 1997
Invaluable information and insider tips
Lonely Planet's newly revised Bangkok city guide helps you discover the city behind the legend. Unlike many cities, the longer you stay in Bangkok, the more exotic it becomes.

Nuts & Bolts:
• 11 detailed color maps
• nightlife, walking tours, river and canal boat trips
• hundreds of accommodation listings for every budget
• eating guide, including night market noodles and high-end cuisine
• shopping suggestions and bargaining tips
• language section, including Thai script and

Reviewer: darpo1 from Milwaukee, Wisconsin, USA
Having traveled with various guide books, nothing so far beats the Lonely Planet guide books. But you must keep in mind as a user - all recommendations are merely recommendations. Investigate comments, take in the facts. (However, the comments are usually funny and helpful anyway). The cultural background information, history, and other side notes help make the difference to buy Lonely Planet instead of the others. Joe Cummins' LP books on Thailand and Bangkok & the phrasebook were superb. I liked his insight. LP helps you be a traveler, not just a tourist. (Other LP books used: Israel, Turkey, Greece, Western Europe, Baltics, Asia, Hong Kong. They've all been worth their weight and size). If you can take your own luggage off the baggage carousel, you must use Lonely Planet.

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Lonely Planet Diving & Snorkeling Thailand (Diving & Snorkeling) by Mark Strickland, John Williams (Paperback - November 2000)
Lonely Planet’s new "Diving & Snorkeling Thailand" is the most up-to-date underwater guide, covering Thailand from the Andaman Sea in the west, to the Gulf of Thailand in the southeast. This book documents and maps more than 75 of the best, and not so well known, dive sites accessed from Thailand. Filled with brilliant photographs, it offers information about the climate, language and culture, as well as how to dive responsibly. There is also a special marine life section which includes commonly...

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Lonely Planet Thai Phrasebook (Lonely Planet Language Survival Kit) by Joe Cummings.

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Lonely Planet Thailand's Islands & Beaches (Lonely Planet Thailand's Islands & Beaches, 2nd Ed) by Joe Cummings (Paperback - February 2000)

Book Description
Whether you're seeking deserted beaches, wild nightlife or the best dive sites, this is the essential guide to Thailand's enchanting coastal regions.

Features: 68 easy-to-read maps; special colour section on marine life; hundreds of accommodation options from budget beach huts to luxurious resorts; insider's advice on where to sample the mouth-watering local cuisine; invaluable language chapter with Thai script

Best guidebook for beaching in Thailand, December 4, 1998
Reviewer: A reader from North Pole , Alaska Just like its siblings this lonely planet book saved me over 100 times its cover price for my vacation. It does include an abbreviated Bangkok section as well as thorough, encyclopedic information about coastal Thailand. If you wish to plan a beach vacation in Thailand this is the best book you can buy. While it lacks unnecessary glossy photos a la Conde Nast, it is chock full of useful advice. My 1/2 star deduction is because I wish the authors would emphasize how incomplete your vacation will be if you eat every meal in the resort restaurants, and shop only in gift shops. That is a minor complaint, and I simply will not travel without a relevant lonely planet in my carry on bag.

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Lonely Planet Thailand Travel Atlas (Lonely Planet Travel Atlas) by Joe Cummings. Lonely Planet Travel Atlas Thailand is a comprehensive collection of maps intended as a companion to the Thailand guidebook. Each map was road-tested to ensure its accuracy; in addition to the maps, there's a comprehensive index at the back to make finding locations even easier, plus some general information about Thailand's system of highways, buses, and trains as well as two other popular forms of travel in Southeast Asia: bicycles and boats. So if you're heading to Thailand, be sure to pack both Lonely Planet Thailand and its companion, Travel Atlas.
comments by  Bjorn Andersson

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Lonely Planet Thailand (8th Ed) by Joe Cummings (Paperback - August 1999)

Book Description
Smell, taste and touch Thailand's diversity with the help of this award-winning guide. Immerse yourself in the frenetic pace of Bangkok or explore provincial Thailand's limestone cliffs and hidden lagoons, lush highland forests and ancient ruins.

Features: completely updated with 150 easy-to-read maps; hundreds of places to stay for all budgets, from beach-side bungalows to palatial suites; comprehensive guide to Thai cuisine; user-friendly Thai language chapter, plus Thai script; and special...

a guide for ALL of Thailand, December 2, 1999
Reviewer: A reader from USA
This guide--like previous Lonely Planet guides to Thailand--offers the full range of Thailand to the potential tourist. Indeed the famous R&R resort city of Pattaya receives only 12 pages, but the fact that one-third of visitors to Thailand go there anyway means that the glitzy notoriety of Pattaya's "entertainments" are probably already well-known enough abroad.

Cummings' book is directed to a different audience. For those who do not wish to read about the political or social problems involved with certain kinds of (shall I say "predatory"?) tourism, there are other guides to Thailand. But for those who have traveled to Thailand and elsewhere before with Lonely Planet guide in hand and have appreciated the careful attention these book pay to parts of the country and aspects of the culture that might otherwise be missed, we can rejoice that Cummings has spent many, many pages turning our eyes toward the beautiful yet neglected or underappreciated parts of Thailand, all the while reminding us of the potential for abuse that is may be latent in even the gentlest of tourists.

Cummings book is simply not designed for the tourist who deplanes in Bangkok already drooling after the "delights" available in some neon-illuminated corners of this othewise beautiful, hospitable country filled with many, many thoughtful, kind, and decent people. Those tourists who would dismiss Cummings' commentary generally don't need a guidebook anyway. For them, everything they want out of Thailand will be offered in all its sleazy glory as soon as the touts see the glint in their eyes and their tongues hanging out.

The third copy I have purchased of Cummings' thoughtful book will be in my hand this January when I get to Thailand. Previous editions have guided me and my family on the most memorable (and inexpensive) trips we have ever taken. This book makes it possible to enjoy Thailand with a fullness and richness that other guides can't match.

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Lonely Planet Thailand Pack  (Paperback - 2000)

Book Description
: The Lonely Planet Thailand Pack includes everything you need to plan the perfect trip: the Thailand guidebook, World Food Thailand, Thai phrasebook and Bangkok City Map. Immerse yourself in the frenetic pace of Bangkok or explore provincial Thailand's limestone cliffs and hidden lagoons, lush highland forests and ancient ruins.

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Lonely Planet World Food Thailand (World Food Guides)  by Joe Cummings (Paperback - March 2000)
If you've already been to Thailand, you may doubt that any book, even a Lonely Planet guide, could do justice to the bounty of wonderful food to be found there. With recipes for favorite dishes, mouthwatering photos, and excellent commentary, World Food Thailand will make a believer out of you. You'll learn basic phrases (for instance, if you want something hot and spicy, simply say: "châwp phèt"), the names of every delicious edible item seen at the market, and how to read menus

A Bestseller on Thai Food, April 14, 2000
Reviewer: Richard Barrow  from Paknam.Com - Thailand
I thought I was an expert on Thai food as I have been living in Thailand for 6 years. However, Joe's easy to read book taught me many a new thing. This is not your average cook book. It is really a cross between a travel guide and a recipe book with a sprinkling of cultural information. I would say that it is the definitive book on eating Thai food - whether that be in Thailand or abroad. Highly recommended for anyone who has visited Thailand and has fallen in love with the food or the armchair traveler who is eating Thai food at home.

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Loyalty Demands Dissent : Autobiography of an Engaged Buddhist by Sulak Sivaraksa, et al (Hardcover - June 1998)

Book Description
Biography/ Sulak Sivaraksa, Nobel Peace Prize nominee and winner of the prestigious Right Livlihood Award, is a prominent and outspoken Thai Buddhist social critic and activist. In his memoirs, LOYALTY DEMANDS DISSENT, Sulak recounts his life as a "radical conservative" -- both contemplative and activist, traditionalist and modernist, loyalist and dissident. Sulak was born 65 years ago, the same year that Thailand emerged from absolute monarchy into democracy, and his life has been intimately...

Sulak gives a very honest account of Thai politics, August 1, 2000
Reviewer: Parinand Varnasavang from Madison, WI USA
This is one of the best books by Sulak. It is not only exciting to learn about his narrow escape from the threat from the military dictatorship in 1991, but also interesting to learn about this man's fight for social justice and democracy both domestically and globally. Daring to criticise the revered monarchy, he is undoubtedly the most frank and outspoken among the Thai social critics.

The foreword is given by His Holiness the Dalai Lama.

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