The photo exhibition
a journey through the heart of Indochina”
30 June to 20 July 2005
(closed on Sunday and Monday)
exhibition of photos compiled by Mr. Reinhard
Hohler will be on display in the
lobby of the Chalerm
Building on the grounds of the Siam Society
starting Thursday, June 30.
The unique collection of photos is dedicated to the
German explorer Dr. Adolf
Bastian, who traveled on the Mekong River
his photos, Mr. Hohler attempts
to give the viewer a in-depth perspective
on the different geographical, historical and economic aspects
of the river. The pictures highlight the landscape seen
by expedition which started in Jinghong, China, passing through Myanmar, Laos,
Cambodia before exiting
Vietnam. The exhibit includes photos
marking the group’s visit to the gravesite of the famous
French explorer Mr. Henri Mouhot
in Luang Prabang, the transfer
of the group’s hovercraft around the Khon Falls
on the Lao-Cambodia border as well as their visit to the
ruins of Angkor Wat.
Tuesday, 19 July 2005 at 7.30 p.m. Mr. Reinhard
Hohler will give a talk related
to his travel and the photo exhibit.
Reinhard Hohler is an experienced tour director and media travel
consultant on the Greater Mekong Sub-region. He was born
in Karlsruhe, a port on Europe’s Rhine River
where he studied geology.
He then went on to study
ethnology, geography and political science at Heidelberg
Mr. Hohler moved to Thailand since 1987.
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