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August 05, 2005

Phang Nga in the news

Some recent news stories about the area where I volunteered this spring:

A Sea Gypsy Hears a Siren Song to Champion Rights: Tsunami Aid Abuse Wakens Thai Native To Political Way, from the 5 Aug 05 Washington Post. (The temple referred to in the story is possibly the one where I volunteered, teaching English??)

Green light for tsunami sensors via BBC, Reuters+AFP. Indian Ocean countries meeting in Australia have decided to set up a network of seabed sensors and buoys as part of a tsunami warning system.

Miami filmmaker returns to tsunami area from the Miami Herald.

Environmental issues in rebuilding Thai tourism.

Posted by sedda at August 5, 2005 10:54 AM