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Khu Bua


13.486, 99.836   

Khu Bua est un site archéologique situé à 12 km au sud-est de Ratchaburi, en Thaïlande. Il remonte au VIe siècle et à la culture mône de Dvaravati, dont il était une des villes importantes. © Wikipédia


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Bang Khun Thien Museum à 63 km
JEATH War Museum à 71 km
Wongwian Yai à 75 km
Musée national des Barges Royales à 76 km
Palais royal de Bangkok à 77 km
Musée national Silpa Bhirasri à 77 km
Bouddha couché du Wat Pho à 77 km
Musée national de Bangkok à 77 km
Galerie nationale de Thaïlande à 77 km
Cha Am à 78 km
Giant Swing à 78 km
Cathédrale de l'Assomption à 78 km
Monument de la démocratie à 78 km
Bangkok Folk Museum à 78 km

 
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NIIieZVtBQf Well the problem with Vietnamese Americans (in Little Saigon at least) is that they like to view poltiics as entertainment. They like the drama and fluff of poltiics rather than actual governance, actually getting stuff done.For a lot of Vietnamese Americans (again in Little Saigon at least) its all about ego and being heard' rather than getting things done.But I think this attitude towards poltiics (viewing poltiics as entertainment, valuing drama rather than getting things done) is REALLY common among Southeast Asians/Southeast Asian DEMOCRATIC countries.The Red Shirts' in Thailand .. those guys have the same attitude as most Vietnamese in Little Saigon. Most of the Red Shirts' view poltiics as entertainment, as a drama ..easily manipulated by Thaksin (the former PM who doesn't even live in Thailand yet still has a ton of influence inside Thailand). Same thing as the Philippines (there have been 2-3 coups in the past 15 years).And it also happens in India, Mexico and the US (Tea Party movement).But imo whenever it occurs, it mostly stagnates and paralyzes democratic governments.Democracy is only as good as its citizens. Unfortunately most citizens of the world are rather unsophisticated and like to view the poltiics like its the Jerry Springer show. hZAL663FE
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