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High in the mountainous region of northern Thailand, tucked majestically among fertile red clay and copious foliage lies the Akha village, a hill tribe and ethnic minority. They cultivate coffee and stone fruits, sustaining themselves through an entrepreneurial venture run by an ex-monk turned university student, visionary and son of the 'Akha Ama' (Akha mother).

THAILAND | Monday, 7 January 2013 | Views [486] | View Larger Image

High in the mountainous region of northern Thailand, tucked majestically among fertile red clay and copious foliage lies the Akha village, a hill tribe and ethnic minority. They cultivate coffee and stone fruits, sustaining themselves through an entrepreneurial venture run by an ex-monk turned university student, visionary and son of the 'Akha Ama' (Akha mother).

Tags: coffee, thailand, travel, sustainability, chiang rai

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