Brown wrapping paper, an ear of paddy on the logo, and another ear, the real one, attached with the parcel – this is what “Klin Nang Sue”, an independent book store in Nan, Thailand, is remembered for. After ordering on the store’s website, customers are all waiting for this parcel to arrive. Klin Nang SueContinue reading “Klin Nang Sue: an independent bookshop where the air is scented with a smell of book”
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