Thursday, April 26, 2007


The Borderline Shop sells diverse handicrafts, woven, emobroidered and sewm mostly by women from Burma living in refugee camps, along the border area. There are also products made by ethnic minority women’s groups from Thailand. All groups have limited opportunites to market their work.

The pictures on the right shows the Shop before it was remodelled after the flood.


Tu Khu, Noh Noh and Poe Pee during the opening of the Borderline shop in 2004. Noh Noh and Poe Pee work with two women’s groups who are members of Borderline.

After floodings in 2005, the Borderline was pushed higer off the ground so now it is safe and dry.


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