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The Shan State is the area of south eastern Burma bordering Thailand and China. Part of the golden triangle many of Gay Chiang Mai’s working boys come from here. As well as pictures below, you can also see many pictures of handsome tai yai guys in our gallery pages

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Boys from Burma’s Shan State

The latest issue (Issue 80) of Thai Puan gay community magazine provides a fascinating insight into the Shan (Tai Yai) from Burma and some background to Chiang Mai’s go-go boys. For many gay foreigners, one of Chiang Mai’s biggest attractions are the Shan Boys.

Good News – Thai Puan Magazine

Thailand’s number one gay community magazine, Thai Puan has now teamed up with Bangkok magazine Desire to bring the best ever gay publication to Thailand. Issue 70 of Thai Puan for July and August 2015 is available now.

David Crisp – Six Years Ago

David Crisp

This week marks the sixth anniversary of the senseless murder of our friend and neighbour David Crisp at his home here. A musician and teacher originally from the UK David had retired to live in Chiang Mai and was well known around the gay scene.

Shan Boys and Trafficking

Trafficking is an emotive subject with many facets and implications. Sometimes, certain aspects of the issue are mis-represented by those purporting to do good, but operating with hidden agendas. This article provides photographic evidence of how some Shan Boys have been trafficked and exploited in Chiang Mai

Boys from the Shan State

Today is Shan New Year – Mai Soong Pee Mai Tai, as many of a our readers know many of the working boys in Chiang Mai are refugees from the Shan State. Indeed, some would say that the friendly Shan or Tai Yai boys are one of gay Chiang Mai’s best kept secrets. To celebrate the new year we have put together a photo gallery of your most favourite and sexy guys.

Seasons Greetings

“Tai Leng” – Will your wish come true? Handsome Tai Yai guys from the Shan State courtesyAdam’s Apple Club Chiang Mai   Seasons greetings to all our readers from: Radchada Garden Café and Bon Tong Productions Come and celebrate the New Year at Radchada Garden Café’s New Year Party – All welcome.

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Stupa at Wat Ku Tao

Mai Soong Pee Mai Tai – Happy Shan New Year! The Shan New year falls on the first day of the waxing moon, which this year is the 26th November. Festivities will commence at Wat Ku Tao today, 25th November and last for three days. in Chiang Mai the center of this years celebration is […]

Chiang Mai and Gay Sex – Part 3

CU Bar

Commercial Gay Scene – Freelancers This is the third and final part of our series on Gay Sex in Chiang Mai; where to find it and what to be aware of. Part 1 discussed the non-commercial gay sex scene and Part 2 covered the obvious bars and massage parlours side of the commercial scene. This […]

Garden Bar – October Quiz Night

It’s that time of the month again, so if you want to give your grey matter a work out, pop along to the Garden bar tonight (12th October) for the monthly quiz which starts promptly at 8 p.m. The competition is between team/tables (each team/table will have no more than 4 persons per team/table). Each […]

Auk Phansa festival at Wat Ku Tao

Tommorrow’s full moon marks the day of Wan Auk Phansa วันออกพรรษา, or the end of the three month Buddhist Lent when monks retreat to their temples for the rainy season. A big celebration for all Buddhists, but for our friends from the Shan state the full moon of Thadingyut is a particularly auspicious celebration and […]

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