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Co-working spaces cropping up in Bangkok

Shared offices becoming increasingly versatile amid entreprenurial boom

BANGKOK -- With more people starting businesses or second jobs, co-working spaces with various facilities, such as photography laboratories as well as communications equipment and meeting rooms, are cropping up in Bangkok.

In July, Hubba-to opened near On Nut Station of the Bangkok Mass Transit System, or Skytrain, nine stations from Bangkok's Siam district. Entering from a cafe-like entrance, one sees a pottery room, sewing machines, T-shirt printers and 3-D printers at the back of a quiet office space.

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