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    Listen to needs of Moken sea gypsies

    News, Paskorn Jumlongrach, Published on 15/02/2019

    » While the state deserves praises for swiftly acting to rebuild the Moken community in Ao Bon Yai on the Surin Islands that was devastated by a recent fire, the government should try to move beyond "conventional" charity affairs and focus on the dignity, the quality of lives, and the actual needs of indigenous communities.


    Bringing back the halcyon days of old on Koh Samui

    News, Paskorn Jumlongrach, Published on 28/04/2018

    » Lush coconut trees have long been the symbol of Koh Samui, the country's second-largest island and a famous tourist spot in the southern region. Unfortunately, a vast area of coconut plantations on the island have become plagued with black-headed worm disease which some locals liken to chronic problems that the tourist paradise has experienced.


    Dawei torn between visions of progress

    News, Paskorn Jumlongrach, Published on 18/12/2017

    » Dusk had fallen when a huge crowd packed "We Love Dawei" festival at a garden in Dawei, the capital city of the Taninthary region, southern Myanmar. A variety of performances from local artists and their counterparts from neighbouring Thailand drew various groups of festival-goers.

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