Shot at Chinatown in Bangkok, Thailand.
I stood at the entrance of Yaowarat Road. The road belonged to Chinatown and was one of the tourist attractions of Bangkok. So it was crowded when I came here. A gate was built at the entrance and something was written in Thai on the gate. Along with Thai sentence the name was also written in Chinese characters.
According to it, the road was called Zhongshan Street in Chinese. Zhongshan is one of the names of Sun Yat-Sen, a founding father of the Republic of China. I didn't know what kind of relationship the Chinese residents living here had with the Chinese Communist Party. Anyway, the Chinese abroad seemed to have a lot of respect for the man who brought down the Qin dynasty.
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February 12, 2018
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