Test case for tolerance

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The Bangkok Post

A new set of children’s books, titled Waad Wang, which provides information on the other side of the anti-institution movement, has drawn mixed reactions and become another test case for tolerance towards different opinions in our society. Most of the books in the eight-piece set are written by well-known children’s book author Srisamorn Soffer under the pen name of Song-ka, which means two legs. Two guest writers, political activist Sombat Boonngamanong and actress Intira Charoenpura, who are known for their anti-dictatorship stance, add the controversy to the work. There’s also the use of so…

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