Asian Review

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In the reign of King Chulalongkorn (King Rama V), Japan was seen as a country which contributed to the development of traditional needlework and weaving for Th ai women in several ways. In addition to being the source of knowledge for Th ai women who studied further in the country, Japan also sent experts to Th ailand to teach Th ai women. Th ese contributions helped Th ai women develop expertise in traditional needlework and weaving that enhanced Thai women's status in that period.



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