Presenting ‘Lanna’ Buddhism to Domestic and International Tourists in Chiang Mai

@inproceedings{Schedneck2017PresentingB,
  title={Presenting ‘Lanna’ Buddhism to Domestic and International Tourists in Chiang Mai},
  author={Brooke Schedneck},
  year={2017}
}
In Northern Thailand, commodities deemed ‘Lanna,’ such as clothing and accessories, as well as intangible performances, such as dance and music, are easy to locate. As tourist publications detail the ways tangible and intangible aspects of Lanna culture are ‘authentic’ ways to experience this unique place, aspects of Lanna culture are increasingly commodified for tourist consumption. One significant part of intangible Lanna culture is specific practices and beliefs of Buddhism in this area… Expand

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