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Tolerance Poster Show in Bangkok, Thailand

On December 10th we had the opening of the Tolerance Poster Show in Bangkok, Thailand. The show takes place in the Samyan Mitrtown shopping mall, and it is part of the Winter Book Fest 2020. 

This show was made possible with the help of North Danaiphan and his studio Zerotwostudio, and Chonticha Lerthattasin and her company, Fourart1994 Co., Ltd.

Special thanks to Charun Homtientong, the owner of the publishing company Saengdao, who helped us with the construction and printing cost.  And we are grateful to the Samyan Mitrtown shopping mall for not only hosting the show but also extending it to the end of January. Last but not least, we would like to thank Sirithada Kongpha and Siranan Hohum for their support.











 

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