Soup and Seven Colors

Maxwell, Jessica
October 2005
Forbes Asia;10/31/2005, Vol. 1 Issue 6, p110
The article relates the experience of the author in cruising the Chao Phraya River in Thailand. The river served as the country's main trade and communications route for six centuries. It has also brought the first Japanese, Persian, Dutch and English traders in the country in 1511. Homes along the river vary wildly from shanties on stilts to mansions with lavish gardens. INSET: Setting Sail.


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