Thailand: past and present

United States, 1974

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Land of Buddha, marbled temples and sampan crowded rivers, Thailand is the biggest exporter of rice in the world. From isolated hill tribes of the north to rice-paddy farmers, boatmen of the klongs and merchants of modern Bangkok, we meet the Thai people, preserving traditions in a changing world.

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