As Paul Garrigan in his insightful blog suggests, Thai people in general seem to manage very well when dealing with ambiguity. This can be real eye opener for Western schools of thought, specially for those who are moving to a post Christian era.
The Buddhist background more or less eliminates dogmatic thinking where it concerns having an explicit opinion about everything as in: black or white, good or bad, yes or no, plus or minus, male or female, 0 or 1.
Still, partly due to the fact that not everyone seems to be too concerned about a good karma, there are many practicalities which perhaps do require some ‘digital’ logic.
This is an apartment building at Boomsiri road, Khao San, Bangkok: