Former US president Jimmy Carter builds a house in Chiang Mai
epa01935169 Former US president Jimmy Carter smiles after helping to build a house during the annual Habitat for Humanity build project in Nong Kon Kru village, San Sai district, Chiang Mai province, northern Thailand, 16 November 2009. Carter is in northern Thailand accompanied by celebrities including Chinese movie star Jet Li and former Japanese soccer star Hidetoshi Nakata to build a community of 82 houses. The number 82 has been chosen to honor the 82nd birthday of Thai King Bhumibol Adulyadej on 05 December, and the project is a part of 'The 2009 Jimmy & Rosalynn Carter Work Project: The Mekong Build', which will involve nearly 3,000 volunteers from around the world building and repairing homes in Thailand, Vietnam, China, Cambodia and Laos, all countries along Mekong river. EPA/PONGMANAT TASIRI | Location: San Sai, Chiang Mai, Thailand.
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