The Vegetarian Festival in Phuket, Thailand has a long and twisted history and, as a lifelong vegetarian, I was drawn to this festival with fascination. It began the way all great festivals begin: a Chinese Opera group gets sick and prays to the gods who respond, and cure them, by committing them to a vegetarian diet.
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