For artist out there who love heat, beautiful nature, amazing culture, great food and experience. Here is a Art Residency in my beloved mother.

ComPeung, Chiang Mai, Thailand

Keep an eye for 2013 application 

http://www.compeung.org/index.html

        Can’t help loving all this fish trap. It’s fascinate me how our ancestor invent all these tool. We have been using this for more than a century, feeding many family from past until now. Such a beautiful form, material and function.
We don’t need to look anyway far because one of a great designer is our ancestor.

        Can’t help loving all this fish trap. It’s fascinate me how our ancestor invent all these tool. We have been using this for more than a century, feeding many family from past until now. Such a beautiful form, material and function.

We don’t need to look anyway far because one of a great designer is our ancestor.

       I couldn’t be more PROUD to born and raise in this kingdom ” THAILAND “. Some people said we are poor, we are dangerous, we are small, we are like a third world country. I say ” SO WHAT ” my kingdom is beautiful and no freaking place in this world I rather be. I spent x’mas break back home and have chance to explore this place with my friends. GOSH I LOVE MY KINGDOM <3

Sam Phan Bok

Province : Ubon Ratchathani

Country : Thailand

http://www.thaiwaysmagazine.com/thai_article/2504_samphanbok/samphanbok.html

Main thing that rip my heart out lately.

Last year we got protested, our country was on fire.

This year we’ve hit by this big flood.

Be strong THAILAND we are TOUGH nation.

We will get through this.

" Please stop the rain "

It&#8217;s my home town.
Someone please stop this rain.
inothernews:

OVER / UNDER   An aerial view of a highway just outside of Bangkok, Thailand, on  Thursday, Oct. 20. Thailand’s Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra  acknowledged Thursday that efforts to block floodwaters from entering  the capital are failing and authorities will instead risk potential  overflow with a controlled release of water through the city’s canals.  (Photo: AP via MSNBC.com)
One news organization, which one I can’t recall at the moment, summed up best what’s going on in Thailand right now: “a slow-motion tsunami.”  It’s at once heartbreaking and terrifying and our hearts go out to the people of this beautiful city, and to those in the more than 60 provinces who’ve found their lives — and livelihoods — all but washed away.

It’s my home town.

Someone please stop this rain.

inothernews:

OVER / UNDER   An aerial view of a highway just outside of Bangkok, Thailand, on Thursday, Oct. 20. Thailand’s Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra acknowledged Thursday that efforts to block floodwaters from entering the capital are failing and authorities will instead risk potential overflow with a controlled release of water through the city’s canals.  (Photo: AP via MSNBC.com)

One news organization, which one I can’t recall at the moment, summed up best what’s going on in Thailand right now: “a slow-motion tsunami.”  It’s at once heartbreaking and terrifying and our hearts go out to the people of this beautiful city, and to those in the more than 60 provinces who’ve found their lives — and livelihoods — all but washed away.