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Thai entrepreneur connects Michelin bistros to those in need
by Jerry Harmer
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14 June 2020
On 14 June 2020 The Associated Press reported:
Natalie Bin Narkprasert's business was in Paris. But she was locked down by COVID-19 restrictions and stuck in Thailand. er heart was in Thailand, too -- and it ached for her compatriots who were suffering in the pandemic. So she recruited a network of volunteers, including Michelin-starred chefs, to help those in her homeland whose already modest incomes were shattered by the pandemic restrictions.
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