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Chris Taylor

Chris Taylor is a writer based in Bangkok. He has been a guidebook writer and a travel writer, and has written commentary and reporting for many publications worldwide, including the Wall Street Journal, the Far Eastern Economic Review, Salon, Time, the South China Morning Post, The Age, and the Sydney Morning Herald.

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