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Au bord de l’envoûtant lac Inle, le village In Phaw Khone, situé au Sud, est spécialisé dans les métiers de tissage à partir de tiges de lotus.

Au bord de l’envoûtant lac Inle, le village In Phaw Khone, situé au Sud, est spécialisé dans les métiers de tissage à partir de tiges de lotus.

Au bord de l’envoûtant lac Inle, le village In Phaw Khone, situé au Sud, est spécialisé dans les métiers de tissage à partir de tiges de lotus.

Au bord de l’envoûtant lac Inle, le village In Phaw Khone, situé au Sud, est spécialisé dans les métiers de tissage à partir de tiges de lotus.

Au bord de l’envoûtant lac Inle, le village In Phaw Khone, situé au Sud, est spécialisé dans les métiers de tissage à partir de tiges de lotus.

Au bord de l’envoûtant lac Inle, le village In Phaw Khone, situé au Sud, est spécialisé dans les métiers de tissage à partir de tiges de lotus.

Au bord de l’envoûtant lac Inle, le village In Phaw Khone, situé au Sud, est spécialisé dans les métiers de tissage à partir de tiges de lotus.

Au bord de l’envoûtant lac Inle, le village In Phaw Khone, situé au Sud, est spécialisé dans les métiers de tissage à partir de tiges de lotus.

Au bord de l’envoûtant lac Inle, le village In Phaw Khone, situé au Sud, est spécialisé dans les métiers de tissage à partir de tiges de lotus.

Au bord de l’envoûtant lac Inle, le village In Phaw Khone, situé au Sud, est spécialisé dans les métiers de tissage à partir de tiges de lotus.

Au bord de l’envoûtant lac Inle, le village In Phaw Khone, situé au Sud, est spécialisé dans les métiers de tissage à partir de tiges de lotus.

Au bord de l’envoûtant lac Inle, le village In Phaw Khone, situé au Sud, est spécialisé dans les métiers de tissage à partir de tiges de lotus.

Au bord de l’envoûtant lac Inle, le village In Phaw Khone, situé au Sud, est spécialisé dans les métiers de tissage à partir de tiges de lotus.

Au bord de l’envoûtant lac Inle, le village In Phaw Khone, situé au Sud, est spécialisé dans les métiers de tissage à partir de tiges de lotus.

Au bord de l’envoûtant lac Inle, le village In Phaw Khone, situé au Sud, est spécialisé dans les métiers de tissage à partir de tiges de lotus.

Au bord de l’envoûtant lac Inle, le village In Phaw Khone, situé au Sud, est spécialisé dans les métiers de tissage à partir de tiges de lotus.

Au bord de l’envoûtant lac Inle, le village In Phaw Khone, situé au Sud, est spécialisé dans les métiers de tissage à partir de tiges de lotus.

Au bord de l’envoûtant lac Inle, le village In Phaw Khone, situé au Sud, est spécialisé dans les métiers de tissage à partir de tiges de lotus.

Au bord de l’envoûtant lac Inle, le village In Phaw Khone, situé au Sud, est spécialisé dans les métiers de tissage à partir de tiges de lotus.

Au bord de l’envoûtant lac Inle, le village In Phaw Khone, situé au Sud, est spécialisé dans les métiers de tissage à partir de tiges de lotus.

Au bord de l’envoûtant lac Inle, le village In Phaw Khone, situé au Sud, est spécialisé dans les métiers de tissage à partir de tiges de lotus.

Au bord de l’envoûtant lac Inle, le village In Phaw Khone, situé au Sud, est spécialisé dans les métiers de tissage à partir de tiges de lotus.

Au bord de l’envoûtant lac Inle, le village In Phaw Khone, situé au Sud, est spécialisé dans les métiers de tissage à partir de tiges de lotus.

Au bord de l’envoûtant lac Inle, le village In Phaw Khone, situé au Sud, est spécialisé dans les métiers de tissage à partir de tiges de lotus.

A la fotografia, una noia pela tiges de la planta del lotus per preparar-la per fer teixit, al poblet flotant de In Phaw Khone, construït sobre el Llac Inle. Estat Xan.

Au bord de l’envoûtant lac Inle, le village In Phaw Khone, situé au Sud, est spécialisé dans les métiers de tissage à partir de tiges de lotus.

A la fotografia, una filadora al poble de In Phaw Khone, al Llac Inle.

Birmania, lago Inle, villaggio di Phaw Khone. Tessitura della seta e del loto al telaio di bamboo.

Weaver at a lotus-silk factory - Large On Black

Phaw Khone, Inle Lake, Myanmar.

 

Inle Lake is home to a unique micro-industry of textile weaving using fibers from lotus reeds. About 200 people from two villages work in this industry and produce a beautiful range of fabrics in lotus and silk blends.

 

© 2008 Jossey-Bass, a Wiley Books Imprint

 

Excerpt from Chapter 1:

 

The story begins like the parable it's become, in a no man's land with the seed of dreams strewn in the most foolish of places: slum rubbish. This was the 1970s when few believed anything good could grow from the backwater of the undeveloped world. There were no official addresses or property deeds in the cordoned off corners of Bangkok, nothing much for the municipal books, just putrid ground so primal and bleak the land was free for the staking. It's where squatters pretended to own real houses and children made do with make-believe.

 

But these seeds were sown by an angry young Catholic chased from finer society. A priest, stubborn and cursing. The local Buddhists, Muslims and Christians nurtured that seed, and in time the people and the priest, the abbot and the imam, worked together, as though Siddhārtha, Muhammad and Jesus of Nazareth were brothers and best friends. No doctrine, dogma, creed was lorded. No growth tethered chapter to verse. The only belief that mattered was the one they shared. In the children. That was common, sacred ground.

 

Nourished like this, the seeds exploded with growth. There was a harvest, then another and another. The seeds grow still today, more than three decades later, a genus of hope thriving in the muck, like it had been indigenous to the slums all along.

 

Tales of it grow too, spreading from those roots in Thailand to the media of North America and Europe, and in the retelling it can begin to sound legendary. How in Gideon's name does something grow from nothing and multiply like New Testament fishes and loaves? But nothing about it is myth. Every tale is true.

 

You can see for yourself when a new crop is gathered each year just before the yearly monsoons. For two, three and often four days a cordoned off corner blossoms in a brilliant hue of graduation gowns.

 

So it was on the sunstruck first week of March 2007 — 33 years after the first seeds were planted.

 

The Mercy Centre Preschool Graduation was standing-room-only; moms, dads, aunties, uncles, siblings, cousins, the neighbor next door and next door to that. Seven commencements stretched half the week and through a half dozen slums in celebration of 700 graduates from 32 schools built "unofficially and illegally," as the people say, on the Thai government's squatter land. Children six and seven years old accustomed to flip-flops and hand-me-downs strutted around in black mortar board caps and matching silk gowns trimmed in a shade of blue my folk back home call Carolina. And while girls and their mothers and aunties fussed with lipstick and rouge the boys did what boys do: swirl their heads until the tassels on their caps whir like the blades of a helicopter. Dizzy, they fall to the ground.

 

The priest was there, of course, more bald with each and every harvest. He conferred the diplomas and delivered the commencement address wearing the black and burgundy of Thailand's revered Thammasat University. Draped across his left shoulder was a velvet sash with white stripes of cotton, thick enough to brush and braid; three in the front, three in back. Three stripes represented the honorary rank of a Thammasat PhD. And if you were new to the slums or to their graduation rituals, a sash like that in a place like that might stop you. It might even if you weren't.

 

Arriving at each school the American known by tens of thousands of Thai as, simply, Khun Phaw Joe ("Mister Father Joe"), would park down a ways and out of sight. He'd pull on the gown, fix the sash just so, then begin The Walk — a purposeful stride intended to put education on parade. Each route was different but familiar: past walls of plywood, lopsided floors, roofs of rusty tin and bare-bottomed babies; through humidity flavored by garbage and a subsistence watched over by sun-wrinkled village matriarchs who smiled even as they spit pinpoint tobacco-brown streams of betel nut. Heads turned to watch. Motorbikes slowed in deference. Cars stopped to let him pass. Old and young joined in, falling in behind or alongside, knowing full well where he was headed, knowing it was time.

 

In a backwater where nothing good was supposed to grow, graduation today is a rite of passage.

    

Photo © John Padorr 2008 (NOTE: I posted this particular photo to Flickr five months ago, but reposted it today, Aug. 7, 2008, with the news below.)

 

Two minutes into a six-minute CNN report on President Bush's visit today to Thailand and Father Joe's Mercy Centre orphanage/school/AIDS hospice, etc., Fr. Joe does something very uncharacteristic. He blatantly advertises the book; might as well have tattooed The Gospel of Father Joe on his forehead. Anyone who has read even a little bit of the book understands. It has nothing to do with money or profits. Anyhow, check it out if you can spare a few minutes.

 

www.cnn.com/video/#/video/politics/2008/08/06/rivers.bush...

 

Also, Fr. Joe and I spoke this morning after Bush's visit and I filed the following story for Gannett's wire. In case you're curious about how things went with Fr. Joe and Dubya, here 'tis (unedited):

 

HEADLINE: Limo, Secret Service, snipers, police, Bush descend on a Thai charity

 

BYLINE: Greg Barrett

 

COPY: President Bush arrived in Bangkok's largest slum yesterday morning seven minutes early and in a black armored stretch Cadillac. Protected by a 40-car motorcade, some 200 Thai police, the Secret Service and its rooftop military snipers, the presidential limo parked in a closed-off white tent pitched near the end of a slum street.

 

A single flap opened onto the grounds of the Rev. Joseph H. Maier's Mercy Centre charity, a perennial slum oasis blooming with hundreds of happy orphans and HIV-infected kids.

 

"He walked up and said 'Howdy' or something like that," recalled the 69-year-old American Catholic priest known in Thailand as Father Joe. "He was very gracious, very pleasant, very, uhm, how do you say … country. More of a rough diamond than, say, a British diplomat."

 

British diplomats and Thai royalty have often visited the charity famous for its 30 slum preschools, orphanages, adult and children AIDS hospices and the irreverent Father Joe, a native of Longview, Washington who has lived for thirty-five years among the poorest of the poor in Bangkok's squalid slums.

 

Bush and Eric G. John, the U.S. Ambassador to Thailand, toured Mercy with Father Joe and Mercy's director Usanee Janngeon, a Thai woman and London-trained nurse. Janngeon is as pleasant as Father Joe can be blunt, and she had flown back early from the XVIII International AIDS Conference in Mexico City for Bush's visit.

 

Together they toured Mercy's art and graphics classes, its orphanages and schools, where Bush was entertained by Mercy's award-winning Thai dancers and schoolchildren songs. In the adult AIDS ward, where emaciated victims lay in adult-sized diapers, Bush waved off the latex gloves and surgical masks that the White House had preordered. Instead, he leaned in unprotected to shake hands and hug Mercy's frail patients.

 

"That was totally cool," Father Joe said. "I might not agree with all of his politics, but that was way cool."

 

Afterward, Bush asked Janngeon, "How much does it cost to run this place? How much (money) do you need?"

 

Janngeon answered $3.4 million each year. "And to be completely honest with you," she continued, "we don't have enough money."

 

Father Joe said Bush talked to them about the $48 million global AIDS relief package that he'd signed into law one week earlier, then asked, "So how can we help?"

 

When Janngeon hesitated, Bush jumped in. "This is your chance," he told her. "You better tell me now."

 

As Father Joe recounted this conversation during a phone interview Thursday evening from Thailand, he groaned. A scrawl on the local TV news had reported that President Bush offered the Mercy Centre, also known as the Human Development Foundation, 114 million Thai baht, the equivalent of $3.4 million.

 

Later, after Father Joe had corrected the erroneous report, he explained. "President Bush only offered to look into helping us. No money, nothing - nothing - was promised."

 

In the past the Mercy Centre has received grant money from the U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID).

 

During his 45-minute visit Bush told Father Joe he respected the work of "faith-based" charities, such as Mercy. Father Joe explained that while Mercy's founders, he and Macau-born Sister Maria Chantavarodom, were Christians, Mercy was ecumenical in its faith. Most of its students, patients, staff and its director, Janngeon, are like 95 percent of Thailand's residents. They are Theravada Buddhists.

 

However, Janngeon politely explained to Bush, she, too, is faith-based.

 

"I believe in the children. I believe in the power of goodness. I believe in tomorrow."

 

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Greg Barrett is the author of a 2008 nonfiction book about Father Joe Maier named The Gospel of Father Joe: Revolutions and Revelations in the Slums of Bangkok. More about Father Joe and the Mercy Centre book can be found at www.thegospeloffatherjoe.com.

   

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Scanned photo is mine. I shot it in May 2000 when I was sent to SE Asia to report on human (sex) trafficking. My freelance photographer failed to show so I used a 250 baht (roughly six U.S. dollars at the time) disposable film camera. The girl was in a pack of girls shouting at johns from a mom-and-pop beer bar in Bangkok's Sukhumvit area. She was less than five tall, weighed about 75 pounds and looked to be 13 or 14 years old. She claimed she was 18. I dunno. Maybe. ... Doubt it.

 

I post it only to go along with the column I wrote today for The Huffington Post, one week after Kung Fu star David Carradine was found dead in a Bangkok hotel. BTW, you'd be doing me a solid favor if you commented on the Huffington Post site instead of or in addition to here. Even a comment of a word or two increases the story's play on the HuffPost site.

 

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IN CARRADINE DEATH THAI SEX CARICATURE ENDURES

 

When Kung Fu star David Carradine died last Thursday, I wasn't surprised. He was 72. When I read how he'd died -- hanging naked in a closet with a rope tied around his genitals, wrist and throat -- I was surprised only at the suspected cause of death: auto-erotic asphyxiation.

 

The location of death, however, no shocker. Bangkok. The Thai capital isn't exactly known for the missionary position. The city and the nation are (in)famous for things recreational, not conventional.

 

That's more or less what I told a New York City consulting firm hired by the Royal Thai Government. The firm had phoned to interview me two months before Carradine's death. A representative explained that Thailand's policymakers wanted an assessment of the country's global image. How is Thailand viewed by foreigners and how much polish is needed to make it shine world class? Having written a book on Bangkok's famous slum priest, a cursing, blunt American Catholic known as Khun Phaw Joe ("Mister Father Joe"), my opinion apparently warranted a phone call and a modest honorarium.

 

Political coups and pedophilia fugitives aside, I told the interviewer, if you judge Thailand only by its beaches, luxury hotels and shimmering new $3 billion Bangkok airport (makes Washington's Dulles International look almost third world), Thailand is a jewel of Asia. Outside looking in, it should be top drawer and first world. But even the farang (foreigner) who only sees Thailand dressed in its Sunday best knows the dirt that's underneath. Carradine may have died in a closet but Thailand has no skeletons. We all know.

 

When I first traveled to Thailand in 2000 as a wire correspondent, the State Department described Bangkok as a hub of sex trafficking; both importer and exporter of the flesh trade. The warehouse-sized massage parlors and strip clubs that tourists support are only a fraction of Thailand's overall sex industry. In alleyways, mom-and-pop salons and long-haul truck parking lots, the locals also contribute to the nation's economy. It's why Khun Phaw Joe has built two free AIDS hospices; one for the mothers, another for the children infected in utero.

 

Not much had changed when I returned in 2005 to begin research on my book about Khun Phaw Joe (the Rev. Joe Maier). Ditto for when the consulting firm phoned this spring.

 

Recalling Confucius' ancient advice ("To put the world right in order, we must first put the nation in order; to put the nation in order, we must first put the family in order; to put the family in order, we must first cultivate our personal life, we must first set our hearts right") I told the firm that Thailand needs to change itself before it can change its image. Anything less would be a shallow cut at infection. Policymakers must erase a caricature born of a decades-long, government-encouraged sex industry. Before the world can ever take Thailand seriously, it must first take itself seriously.

 

"Can you repeat that last part?" the interviewer asked. "I think that's important."

 

The suits of Wall Street and K Street may well get happy endings at massage parlors and brothels foreign and domestic (there are enough red lights in New York and Washington to string the White House Christmas tree), but sex workers and pimps don't chair the corporate boards. Those seats go to the johns. If Thailand wants invitations to closed-door U.N. meetings, like those for the Group of Eight (United States, Canada, France, Germany, Italy, Japan, Russia, United Kingdom), it needs to stop marketing its women and children. For the love of Siddhartha, stop already. Develop family attractions instead of sexual seductions.

 

Khun Phaw Joe, the aforementioned blunt-talking priest, told Thailand the same in 2005. Thailand had included him in a quartet of speakers sent to Washington to lobby corporate America for disaster relief. Five months earlier the 2004 Indian Ocean tsunami had washed away swaths of Thai coastline and, with it, a chunk of tourism. A persuasive team of diplomats -- plus Father Joe -- arrived at a summit in Washington's Reagan Building with Thailand's hat in hand. The ruling class of Boeing, ExxonMobil, General Motors, Coca-Cola, Pepsi, Chevron, Pfizer, Unocal, and Nike was present and feeling generous.

 

Father Joe Maier saw an opportunity to fix the tired caricature. After listening to three Thai officials deliver scripted pleas for the millions of dollars needed to repair tourism infrastructure for the visiting farangs, he took the mike. He looked irritated.

 

"I really think this whole idea of tourism is a pile of crap!" he snapped. "The last thing we need is more tourism! We have this unbelievable chance in Thailand to now make tourism what it should be, as tourism is in Europe, as tourism is in other parts of the world. Real tourism. . . . We don't want a tourism where people come and buy our children. Buy our women. Buy our boys!"

 

His voice softened.

 

"That seems to be left out a bit. I really think if we talk about tourism ... we must, must, must talk about real tourism and not cheap tourism. Not the tourism that doesn't cost very much economically. Because it doesn't cost much for the tourists, but it costs a tremendous amount for us and our children. So on tourism, we really have to think about that."

 

He paused before concluding.

 

"That is just (my) opinion."

 

Mine, too -- for what it's worth. (Not much evidently. The honorarium has never arrived.)

 

--

 

Greg Barrett is a longtime journalist for wire and newspapers (remember those -- they used to land on your driveway each morning?) and the author of THE GOSPEL OF FATHER JOE: Revolutions & Revelations in the Slums of Bangkok

  

Cases al poblet de In Phaw Khone, al llac Inle.

© 2007 THE GOSPEL OF JOE

 

One of seven graduation ceremonies in March 2007. Slum priest en route to a slum preschool in Thailand. He has built thirty-two on squatter land.

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Seven preschool commencements stretched half the week and through a half dozen slums in celebration of seven hundred graduates from thirty-two schools built illegally on Bangkok's squatter land. Children with only flip-flops and hand-me-downs strutted around in black mortar board caps and matching silk gowns trimmed in a shade of blue my folk back home call Carolina, and while girls and their mothers fussed with lipstick and rouge the boys did what boys do: swirl their heads until the tassels on their caps whir like blades of a helicopter. Dizzy, they fall to the ground.

 

The priest was there, of course, an old cuss now, grayer and more bald each spring. He conferred the diplomas and delivered each commencement address wearing the black and burgundy of Thailand's revered Thammasat University. Draped across his left shoulder was a velvet sash with six white stripes of cotton thick enough to brush and braid; three in the front, three in back. The honorary rank of a Thammasat PhD. If you were new to the slums or to their graduation rituals, a sash like that in places like that might stop you. And even if you weren't.

 

Arriving at the schools the American known by tens of thousands of Thai as, simply, Khun Phaw Joe ("Mister Father Joe"), would park down a ways and out of sight. He'd pull on the gown, fix the sash just so, then begin The Walk — a purposeful stride intended to put education on parade.

 

In a backwater where nothing good was supposed to grow, graduation had become a rite of passage.

 

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A Duncan Phyfe lyre-style table (lower center) utilized during the Philippine-American War, from an illustrated account of the war published in 1899. Caption reads: "A field telegraph station in one of the churches of Caloocan. It is set up on the altar with the wires strung upon the tabernacle."

 

Source: www.univie.ac.at/ksa/apsis/aufi/pop/pop-phaw.htm

 

Samut Songkhram is one of the central provinces ( Changwat ) of Thailand. Neighbouring provinces are Phetchaburi, Ratchaburi and Samut Sakhon. Local people call Samut Songkhram Mae Klong. The province is the smallest of all Thai provinces area wise. The word Samut originates from the Sanskrit word Smudra meaning ocean, and the word Songkhram from Sanskrit Sangrama meaning war. Hence the name of the province literally means War Ocean. Samut Songkhram is located at the mouth of the Mae Klong river to the Gulf of Thailand. With several canals ( Klong ) the water of the river is spread through the province for irrigation. At the coast are many lakes for producing sea salt. The sandbar Don Hoi Lot at the mouth of the river is famous for its endemic shell population of Solen regularis. In the Ayutthaya period the area of Samut Songkhram was known as Suan Nok ( Outer garden ) and was administrated by Ratchaburi. During the reign of King Taksin it was made a province. It was the birth place of Queen Amarindra of King Rama I, who also started the name Suan Nok. The birth place of King Rama II in Amphawa district is now a Memorial Park.

The provincial seal ( on the right ) shows a drum swimming on a river. The Thai word for drum is Klong, thus refers to the Mae Klong river, as well as the old name of the province, Mae Klong. On both sides of the river coconut trees are displayed as one of the main product of the province. Provincial tree is Casuarina equisetifolia. The provincial slogan is City of Hoi Lot, Top Lychee, King Rama II Memorial Park, the Mae Klong River, and Luangpho Ban Laem.

Administrative divisions The province is sub divided into three districts (Amphoe). The districts are further subdivided into 38 communes ( Tambon ) and 284 villages ( Muban ). There is one town ( thesaban Mueang ) and three townships ( thesaban Tambon ).

1. Mueang Samut Songkhram

2. Bang Khonthi

3. Amphawa.

Samut Songkhram is located on the sea shore of the Mae Klong Bay, 74 kilometres southwest of Bangkok. It occupies an area of 416.7 square kilometres and is administratively divided into three Amphoe's: Muang, Amphawa and Bang Khonthi. Samut Songkhram area is a low basin having a river and canals passing all through it. This with frequent rains make the most of the area suitable for cultivation of fruits such as grapes, guava and lychee. Coconut sugar production is seen periodically. In addition, along both sides of Thon Buri-Pak Tho Highway, there are several salt production fields and lobster farms. Commonly known as Mae Klong, this provincial capital lies along a sharp bend in Mae Nam Mae Klong and just a few kilometres from the Gulf of Thailand.

Samut Songkhram can be considered a modern city with a large market area between the train and bus stations. The sizeable Wat Phet Samut Worawihan, in the centre of town near the train station and river, contains a renowned Buddha image called Luang Phaw Wat Ban Laem.

At the mouth of Mae Nam Mae Klong, not far from town, is the province’s most famous tourist attraction, a bank of fossilised shells known as Don Hoi Lot. The type of shells embedded in the bank come from hawy lawt ( clams with a tube-like shell ). The shell bank is best seen late in the dry season (typically April and May) when the river has receded to its lowest level. To get to Don Hoi Lot you can hop on a blue songtaw ( 15 Baht for 15 minutes ) in front of Somdet Phra Phuttalertla Hospital at the intersection of Tha Prasitwatthana and Tha Thamnimit. Or you can charter a boat from Tha Talat Mae Klong, a scenic journey that takes about 45 minutes.

At the coast are many lakes for producing sea salt. Usually these fields are teaming with Thai people labouring away producing the salt, which is then sold to Markets or at road side stalls.

I found the town of Samut Songkhram typically Thai. Catering more for the Thai people rather than the Tourist. But found them very friendly also. The market was much the same as other markets around Thailand, with the exception of the section that was based on and around the local Railway line. At the end of the town is the customs house and a short walk under the archway brings you onto the River and Ferry boats. It never ceases to amaze me that, no matter how far from Bangkok you are, and thinking you wont see many visitors, you do !

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© 2007 THE GOSPEL OF JOE

 

En route to a slum preschool in Thailand. He has built thirty-two on squatter land. (photo edited with picasa2 focal B&W and minor color saturation.)

 

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Seven preschool commencements stretched half the week and through a half dozen slums in celebration of seven hundred graduates from thirty-two schools built illegally on Bangkok's squatter land. Children with only flip-flops and hand-me-downs strutted around in black mortar board caps and matching silk gowns trimmed in a shade of blue my folk back home call Carolina, and while girls and their mothers fussed with lipstick and rouge the boys did what boys do: swirl their heads until the tassels on their caps whir like blades of a helicopter. Dizzy, they fall to the ground.

 

The priest was there, of course, an old cuss now, grayer and more bald each spring. He conferred the diplomas and delivered each commencement address wearing the black and burgundy of Thailand's revered Thammasat University. Draped across his left shoulder was a velvet sash with six white stripes of cotton thick enough to brush and braid; three in the front, three in back. The honorary rank of a Thammasat PhD. If you were new to the slums or to their graduation rituals, a sash like that in places like that might stop you. And even if you weren't.

 

Arriving at the schools the American known by tens of thousands of Thai as, simply, Khun Phaw Joe ("Mister Father Joe"), would park down a ways and out of sight. He'd pull on the gown, fix the sash just so, then begin The Walk — a purposeful stride intended to put education on parade.

 

In a backwater where nothing good was supposed to grow, graduation had become a rite of passage.

 

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Samut Songkhram is one of the central provinces ( Changwat ) of Thailand. Neighbouring provinces are Phetchaburi, Ratchaburi and Samut Sakhon. Local people call Samut Songkhram Mae Klong. The province is the smallest of all Thai provinces area wise. The word Samut originates from the Sanskrit word Smudra meaning ocean, and the word Songkhram from Sanskrit Sangrama meaning war. Hence the name of the province literally means War Ocean. Samut Songkhram is located at the mouth of the Mae Klong river to the Gulf of Thailand. With several canals ( Klong ) the water of the river is spread through the province for irrigation. At the coast are many lakes for producing sea salt. The sandbar Don Hoi Lot at the mouth of the river is famous for its endemic shell population of Solen regularis. In the Ayutthaya period the area of Samut Songkhram was known as Suan Nok ( Outer garden ) and was administrated by Ratchaburi. During the reign of King Taksin it was made a province. It was the birth place of Queen Amarindra of King Rama I, who also started the name Suan Nok. The birth place of King Rama II in Amphawa district is now a Memorial Park.

The provincial seal ( on the right ) shows a drum swimming on a river. The Thai word for drum is Klong, thus refers to the Mae Klong river, as well as the old name of the province, Mae Klong. On both sides of the river coconut trees are displayed as one of the main product of the province. Provincial tree is Casuarina equisetifolia. The provincial slogan is City of Hoi Lot, Top Lychee, King Rama II Memorial Park, the Mae Klong River, and Luangpho Ban Laem.

Administrative divisions The province is sub divided into three districts (Amphoe). The districts are further subdivided into 38 communes ( Tambon ) and 284 villages ( Muban ). There is one town ( thesaban Mueang ) and three townships ( thesaban Tambon ).

1. Mueang Samut Songkhram

2. Bang Khonthi

3. Amphawa.

Samut Songkhram is located on the sea shore of the Mae Klong Bay, 74 kilometres southwest of Bangkok. It occupies an area of 416.7 square kilometres and is administratively divided into three Amphoe's: Muang, Amphawa and Bang Khonthi. Samut Songkhram area is a low basin having a river and canals passing all through it. This with frequent rains make the most of the area suitable for cultivation of fruits such as grapes, guava and lychee. Coconut sugar production is seen periodically. In addition, along both sides of Thon Buri-Pak Tho Highway, there are several salt production fields and lobster farms. Commonly known as Mae Klong, this provincial capital lies along a sharp bend in Mae Nam Mae Klong and just a few kilometres from the Gulf of Thailand.

Samut Songkhram can be considered a modern city with a large market area between the train and bus stations. The sizeable Wat Phet Samut Worawihan, in the centre of town near the train station and river, contains a renowned Buddha image called Luang Phaw Wat Ban Laem.

At the mouth of Mae Nam Mae Klong, not far from town, is the province’s most famous tourist attraction, a bank of fossilised shells known as Don Hoi Lot. The type of shells embedded in the bank come from hawy lawt ( clams with a tube-like shell ). The shell bank is best seen late in the dry season (typically April and May) when the river has receded to its lowest level. To get to Don Hoi Lot you can hop on a blue songtaw ( 15 Baht for 15 minutes ) in front of Somdet Phra Phuttalertla Hospital at the intersection of Tha Prasitwatthana and Tha Thamnimit. Or you can charter a boat from Tha Talat Mae Klong, a scenic journey that takes about 45 minutes.

At the coast are many lakes for producing sea salt. Usually these fields are teaming with Thai people labouring away producing the salt, which is then sold to Markets or at road side stalls.

I found the town of Samut Songkhram typically Thai. Catering more for the Thai people rather than the Tourist. But found them very friendly also. The market was much the same as other markets around Thailand, with the exception of the section that was based on and around the local Railway line. At the end of the town is the customs house and a short walk under the archway brings you onto the River and Ferry boats. It never ceases to amaze me that, no matter how far from Bangkok you are, and thinking you wont see many visitors, you do !

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One of seven graduation ceremonies in March 2007. Slum priest en route to a slum preschool in Thailand. He has built thirty-two on squatter land. (photo edited with picasa2 focal B&W and minor color saturation.)

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Seven preschool commencements stretched half the week and through a half dozen slums in celebration of seven hundred graduates from thirty-two schools built illegally on Bangkok's squatter land. Children with only flip-flops and hand-me-downs strutted around in black mortar board caps and matching silk gowns trimmed in a shade of blue my folk back home call Carolina, and while girls and their mothers fussed with lipstick and rouge the boys did what boys do: swirl their heads until the tassels on their caps whir like blades of a helicopter. Dizzy, they fall to the ground.

 

The priest was there, of course, an old cuss now, grayer and more bald each spring. He conferred the diplomas and delivered each commencement address wearing the black and burgundy of Thailand's revered Thammasat University. Draped across his left shoulder was a velvet sash with six white stripes of cotton thick enough to brush and braid; three in the front, three in back. The honorary rank of a Thammasat PhD. If you were new to the slums or to their graduation rituals, a sash like that in places like that might stop you. And even if you weren't.

 

Arriving at the schools the American known by tens of thousands of Thai as, simply, Khun Phaw Joe ("Mister Father Joe"), would park down a ways and out of sight. He'd pull on the gown, fix the sash just so, then begin The Walk — a purposeful stride intended to put education on parade.

 

In a backwater where nothing good was supposed to grow, graduation had become a rite of passage.

 

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