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A new museum has been launched in Thailand showcasing big public corruption cases through sculptures.
First introduced on Sep 6 to mark the country’s National Anti-Corruption Day, the Museum of Thai Corruption is currently a roving exhibition of ten sculptures, representing ten famous cases.
Highlights include sculptures of a man and woman standing behind a stack of rice sacks, representing the alleged corruption that took place under the rice-pledging scheme introduced by former prime minister Yingluck Shinawatra’s government.
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