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  • OPINION

    PM media ire worsens mess

    News, Published on 27/03/2015

    » Prime Minister Gen Prayut Chan-o-cha's rage against journalists for exposing Thailand's problems is not helpful to him or the country.

  • OPINION

    Seeing the world through another's eyes

    Life, Kaona Pongpipat, Published on 13/11/2015

    » As much as Facebook is a virtual space of borderless interaction, it has, for many, undeniably become our most immediate and primary news source. It's a personalised pool of information, which though we have chosen consciously, can transform who we are and the way we think without our even realising it. And I have often wondered what it would be like to live, maybe for a day, in the social media world of other people's Facebook accounts.

  • OPINION

    Coming to terms with a brutal history

    News, Kritsada Supawattanakul, Published on 06/10/2016

    » Neal Ulevich's awarding-winning picture of a man who was about to beat a dead man hanged from a tamarind tree as a group of people looked on in Sanam Luang is one of the most recognised records of the brutal crackdown on pro-democracy students that took place 40 years ago today.

  • OPINION

    Thais have every right to expose state faults

    News, Nopporn Wong-Anan, Published on 08/10/2016

    » 'Are you Thai?" is a catchphrase Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha loves asking people whom he thinks give our beloved country a bad name.

  • OPINION

    The lighter side of politics

    Guru, Pornchai Sereemongkonpol, Published on 30/03/2018

    » Amid the deluge of headlines that pop up on my (and perhaps your) smartphone screen, a few manage to catch my attention with their unexpected funniness especially those regarding Thai politics. Some are so ironic, they are jokes. Not sure what I'm getting at? Here are a few examples for your entertainment. After reading too many corruption scandals involving state officials, one just needs a few laughs, y'know.

  • OPINION

    Thank You!

    Guru, Pornchai Sereemongkonpol, Published on 06/07/2018

    » Thailand breathed a collective sigh of relief on Monday night after a team of 12 teenage football players and their coach were found alive inside Tham Luang Cave in Chiang Rai after 10 days of being trapped inside. Though we may be able to sleep sound, there's still a long way to go (and many more dramas, rumours and photos of handsome rescuers to come) before they are evacuated to safety. It's already been reported that they may have to stay there for months so let's keep our fingers crossed and our hopes alive.

  • OPINION

    Enforce laws to halt rabies' return

    News, Anchalee Kongrut, Published on 28/09/2018

    » A small village called Ban Nong Khai Hia in Nakhon Ratchasima's Sida district is shrouded with fear.

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