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Along Klong Bang Luang – once a busy canal in Bangkok – are often drawn to a pagoda in the middle of an old teak house, its battered surface is covered in moss and creepers, along with some obvious traces of a bygone era. Formerly part of Kamphaeng Bangchak temple, the pagoda has been the centrepiece of  “The Artist’s House” – Ban Silapin, as it is locally known. – since it was opened in 2009.  The space is dedicated to art and offers a platform for artists to create and display their work. Back in 2007, the community was quiet […]

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