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    On the shores of the nameless

    Spectrum, Tunya Sukpanich, Published on 17/11/2013

    » On Oct 12, villagers on Ranong province's Koh Phayam island were shocked to find two bodies lying on the beach _ and another washed up in a nearby mangrove. The rescue team later discovered more bodies floating in the sea.


    A childhood behind bars

    Spectrum, Tunya Sukpanich, Published on 22/09/2013

    » To their classmates at an elite Bangkok international school, Nip and Djo are much like any of the other hundreds of foreign students.


    Dark side of the force

    Spectrum, Tunya Sukpanich, Published on 06/10/2013

    » Early on the morning of Jan 20, 2011, a single gunshot rang out at Prachin Buri's Raboh Phai police station.


    Beasts of burden

    Spectrum, Tunya Sukpanich, Published on 27/10/2013

    » What began as a supposed attempt to stamp out elephant poaching has turned into a conflict of jumbo proportions.


    Jet-setting monk flies into turbulence

    Spectrum, Tunya Sukpanich, Published on 07/07/2013

    » He's a high-flying monk who stirred controversy when he was filmed aboard a private jet donning designer sunglasses and high-tech gadgets last month. But Phra Wirapol Sukphol now appears set for a hard landing as supporters and critics face off over accusations of fraud, money laundering and sexual misconduct at his Si Sa Ket monastery.


    Out of mind, in plain sight

    Spectrum, Tunya Sukpanich, Published on 21/07/2013

    » Son was a familiar figure wandering aimlessly and obviously "out of it" in Rangsit district, where he lived in a local temple. Rescue workers came to the temple in response to a call from a concerned citizen and took him for treatment at a government mental hospital, and slowly he regained his wits and memory. Son couldn't remember anything about his family but fortunately they did not forget him. Now he is safe, recuperating at his home in Chaiyaphum province. Son is one of a lucky few suffering from severe mental illness on the streets who receive attention and help. Most suffer in silence and loneliness.


    Foreign monks 'ain't misbehaving'

    Spectrum, Tunya Sukpanich, Published on 28/04/2013

    » The abbot of Bangkok's Wat Talom knows that the growing number of foreign monks staying there is causing disquiet in the local community, following complaints of overcrowding, soliciting cash and "improper" behaviour. Phra Maha Somnuek Chutintaro says the number of foreign monks at the temple in Phasicharoen district now totals 316, with the majority from Myanmar (160) followed by Bangladesh (60) and Cambodia (50) and the remainder from India, Vietnam and Laos.


    Breathing new life into the South's abandoned paddies

    Spectrum, Tunya Sukpanich, Published on 24/02/2013

    » At a training centre at the Buffalo Conservation Village in Suphan Buri province, some 120 villagers from Pattani province _ both Muslims and Buddhists _ are learning new farming methods, part of a government initiative aimed at revitalising rice production in the South.


    Thais fight to shift lucrative crocs from endangered list

    News, Tunya Sukpanich, Published on 08/03/2013

    » Thailand is the world's largest exporter of crocodile products, thanks to its thriving crocodile farm industry. And export figures are set to grow even larger if its proposal to remove its crocodiles from the list of critically endangered species gets the green light.


    Cites wraps up in Bangkok to mixed reviews

    Spectrum, Tunya Sukpanich, Published on 17/03/2013

    » The Cites conference wrapped up in Bangkok on Thursday with opinions sharply divided on what advances the meeting made to protect the planet's endangered species. What progress the host country has made in this regard was also a subject of intense debate.

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