A sweet-smiling lady in Northern-styled costume with an umbrella. The elephants splashing water against the sunset light. Green space. Slow life. That's how Chiang Mai has been portrayed for decades _ on postcards.
Visitors are greeted with three screens featuring happenings from the different times of the day in the three neighbourhoods.
"Chiang Mai Revisited", the inaugural exhibition at Thailand Creative and Design Centre (TCDC) in the Northern city, is an attempt to deconstruct _ perhaps to demythologise _ conventional perceptions of the 700-year-old city.
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