01 octobre 2014

Un superbe reportage sur les affaires de famille en Thailande


1. Lao Ha Long, rice shop on Silom Road

Owners: Tua Hia, 83, and Tua Sor, 78
“Our Chinese grandpa started selling rice carrying bamboo baskets on his shoulders. Then our family opened this shop over 60 years ago. We don’t sell much nowadays since people just go to the supermarket. Our children don’t want it either as they’re doctors and pharmacists.”
- See more at: http://bk.asia-city.com/city-living/news/photo-essay-bangkok-disappearing-family-business?utm_source=iContact&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=BK%20Weekend&utm_content=#sthash.IjyUPGbM.dpuf

1. Lao Ha Long, rice shop on Silom Road

Owners: Tua Hia, 83, and Tua Sor, 78
“Our Chinese grandpa started selling rice carrying bamboo baskets on his shoulders. Then our family opened this shop over 60 years ago. We don’t sell much nowadays since people just go to the supermarket. Our children don’t want it either as they’re doctors and pharmacists.”
- See more at: http://bk.asia-city.com/city-living/news/photo-essay-bangkok-disappearing-family-business?utm_source=iContact&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=BK%20Weekend&utm_content=#sthash.IjyUPGbM.dpuf

1. Lao Ha Long, rice shop on Silom Road

Owners: Tua Hia, 83, and Tua Sor, 78
“Our Chinese grandpa started selling rice carrying bamboo baskets on his shoulders. Then our family opened this shop over 60 years ago. We don’t sell much nowadays since people just go to the supermarket. Our children don’t want it either as they’re doctors and pharmacists.”
- See more at: http://bk.asia-city.com/city-living/news/photo-essay-bangkok-disappearing-family-business?utm_source=iContact&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=BK%20Weekend&utm_content=#sthash.IjyUPGbM.dpuf






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1. Lao Ha Long, rice shop on Silom Road

Owners: Tua Hia, 83, and Tua Sor, 78
“Our Chinese grandpa started selling rice carrying bamboo baskets on his shoulders. Then our family opened this shop over 60 years ago. We don’t sell much nowadays since people just go to the supermarket. Our children don’t want it either as they’re doctors and pharmacists.”
- See more at: http://bk.asia-city.com/city-living/news/photo-essay-bangkok-disappearing-family-business?utm_source=iContact&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=BK%20Weekend&utm_content=#sthash.IjyUPGbM.dpuf

1. Lao Ha Long, rice shop on Silom Road

Owners: Tua Hia, 83, and Tua Sor, 78
“Our Chinese grandpa started selling rice carrying bamboo baskets on his shoulders. Then our family opened this shop over 60 years ago. We don’t sell much nowadays since people just go to the supermarket. Our children don’t want it either as they’re doctors and pharmacists.”
- See more at: http://bk.asia-city.com/city-living/news/photo-essay-bangkok-disappearing-family-business?utm_source=iContact&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=BK%20Weekend&utm_content=#sthash.IjyUPGbM.dpuf

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