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  • OPINION

    PM's tricky position

    News, Postbag, Published on 30/03/2019

    » Re: "Poll uncertainty lingers as count nears finish line", (Commentary, March 29).

  • LEARNING

    White masks then red masks

    Terry Fredrickson, Published on 03/06/2013

    » First Guy Fawkes-masked anti-government demonstrators gathered in downtown Bangkok Sunday. Then it was the turn of red-masked pro-government demonstrators.

  • LEARNING

    What is this Guy Fawkes mask anyway?

    Terry Fredrickson, Published on 28/05/2013

    » The popular Guy Fawkes mask image has reached Thailand in a big way, now as a protest symbol against the current government. But how many protesters know the story behind the mask?

  • LEARNING

    Chaos in parliament: Day 3 (updated)

    Terry Fredrickson, Published on 01/06/2012

    » National reconciliation seemed a distant dream today as protestors cut off all access to parliament, halting debate on the proposed unity legislation for at least until next week.

  • LIFESTYLE

    Let's get political (art)

    Guru, Pasavat Tanskul, Published on 08/03/2019

    » With the upcoming general election finally happening on Mar 24, the fate of the city hangs in the balance of voters hoping for some actual policy changes that leans toward democracy. However, some may express scepticism and while expressing one's doubts and criticism could be met with scorn and censorship, there are a few people who have expressed their opinions in other forms -- namely street art. Enter Headache Stencil, an anonymous masked political painter whose art usually deals with Thailand's recent social and political happenings.

  • OPINION

    Update the computer law

    News, Editorial, Published on 18/04/2018

    » If events over the past two weeks do not convince the government to write an actual law covering computer fraud, maybe nothing will. The first unfortunate event was to threaten a Chiang Mai magazine editor with a computer crime charge over something that had nothing to do with computers (or crime, come to that). The second was the reluctant admission by the country's second mobile phone company of security misbehaviour, putting tens of thousands of customers at risk. That is not a crime.

  • NEWS

    Caught in the madness of the system

    Spectrum, Nanchanok Wongsamuth, Published on 08/05/2016

    » The solider pointed towards Bandit Aneeya, the man the legal system has previously found to be insane, identifying him as the person who allegedly committed lese majeste. Bandit, who sat quietly throughout the court session on Wednesday as testimony from two prosecution witnesses was heard, flashed a smile.

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