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Muban

In Thailand, a political subdivision equivalent to a village.
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Three sites of such invented tradition stand out: the Institute for Muay Thai Preservation (sathaban anurak muay thai haeng chat), housed at the National Stadium in Bangkok and operating under the Ministry of Sports and Tourism; Muban Chombueng Ratchaphat University (MCRU), a regional university in Ratchaburi Province; and the Department of Culture Promotion, a division of the Ministry of Culture, formerly called National Culture Commission and forming part of the Ministry of Education.
Includes Bari, Ghungro, Keyhole G, Muban, Rajo, Tajedi, Meyun Ismail.
The contemporary prints by the Muban Foundation show.
Therefore, when an outside agency proposes a development project, people take it for granted that the muban will be the organizer.
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Ismail & Deep " 105 41,449 30,179 Muban " 43,736 51,975 57,643 Nari " - 1,709 - Paniro " 116,440 29,242 29,850 Pir " - - 1,411 Raj " - 4,348 706 Rajo " 86,578 40,223 6,568 Rind " - 253,322 316,878 Sakhi, S.
Most of the prints are from the Muban Foundation, the foremost collection of Chinese woodblock prints.
The prints, lent by the Muban Foundation, Britain's largest collection devoted to modern Chinese prints, reflect the last two decades, years of momentous change in China.
Chatthip advanced this concept in Sethakit muban thai nai adid (The Thai village economy of the past), published in 1984.
This muban (village), combining a secondary waterway, a wat (temple), waterside dwellings and orchards, displays the essential ingredients of a typical ban suan rim khlong (house along khlong in orchard) or what Tachakitkachorn (2003) has called an "agriculture-based waterside village", in the lower Chao Phraya Delta.
56) Chatthip Nartsupha and Phunsak Chanikornpradit, Setthakit muban phak tai fang tawan-ok nai adit [The southern Thai village economy of the east coast in the past] (Bangkok: Sangsan Publications, 1997), pp.