In Soi Ponsuk, the heart of Hua Hin’s ‘evening entertainment’ zone lies a beacon of hope for the enduring spirit of community and effort to earn a living, through honest hard work. Khun Darunee and members of the Ponsuk Women’s group craft and paint simple, wooden fans, which are on sale for Thai and international visitors in Hua Hin. The work is simple, but the fans certainly make a nice, small gift and support a good cause.
Contact: Darunee 086 314 0392
12/7/2018 08:33:08 am
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11/18/2019 04:28:45 pm
Being part of this community group is really fun. There are lots of people who are interested to join your group, and believe me, they call all help you guys grow. If you ask me, it is not bad to have many members, in fact, it is the opposite. In my opinion, the more people whoa re in your community, the better. As long as you are able to grow your community, then you will able to get a lot of things done.
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