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If William Shakespeare were alive and well in Chiang Mai, today, then WHAT would he say?

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Almost no one is greater than Shakespeare for describing almost anything in the English language.

 

If William were here in Chiang Mai, today, then what would he say?

 

What would he say, for example, about Walking Street?

 

Or, what would he say when he visited a 7-Eleven?

 

It boggles my mind that here on Thaivisa we have some classical scholars from places such as Scotland who know a heck of a lot about the thinking of Shakespeare.

 

Why doeth they not speak forth more clearly about what they know?

 

Here in Chiang Mai, we do not have anything like the theatre of the round.

 

Also, we rarely teach Shakespeare to college students.

 

Why, for example, do we not have a theatre group which is willing to perform Shakespeare?

 

Great art is culturally blind.

 

By this, I mean that great culture belongs to human kind, and knows no national boundaries.

 

And, this is why I wonder why we do not have a theatre in the round.

 

Also, judging by the eminent effects of global warming, we should add a bit more culture to Chiang Mai, as soon as possible, because......even though there will never bee inundation from the sea in Chiang Mai, still, there will be far more forest fires as the climate continues to heat up.

 

Every year, we will continue to see more smoke unless we reduce the CO2 back to 1859 levels.

 

In other words, even here in Chiang Mai, we need to heed global warming.

 

Otherwise, when the floods come, then we will need to flock to the tower of London.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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From the OP ...

"Every year, we will continue to see more smoke unless we reduce the CO2 back to 1859 levels. "

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1 hour ago, MisterBleach said:

Why, for example, do we not have a theatre group which is willing to perform Shakespeare?

This may be the greatest opportunity of your life. It is yours to discover.

I can see the marquis on opening night.

"Theatre Chiang Mai by MisterBleach"

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[Every year, we will continue to see more smoke unless we reduce the CO2 back to 1859 levels. ]

 

i guess nobody told you, co2 is an invisible gas

and entirely unrelated to the sot you see in chiang mai.

 

well i guess in a way they are related,

if we do nothing and let co2 slip below

150 ppm co2, the plants will die so there wont be anything to burn.

only problem is we also wont have anything to eat, since vegetation dies

and with it all the other species in the food chain, like life stock and our self

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Cough, cough......🌚

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There must have been plenty of Thai/Farang relationships that have mirrored the tragedy of Romeo and Juliet. 

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