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Chinese tourists in Thai traditiona (Temple of Dawan).

Unlocking borders: Thailand and China enter ‘visa-free era’ for tourists

For the first time since the two countries established modern-day diplomatic ties almost 50 years ago, Thai tourists will be allowed visa-free entry to China from March 1. Excitement is…

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Is new amnesty law the path to political reconciliation in Thailand?

Legal amnesty for people charged with political crimes has been a hot potato for the past decade in Thailand. An attempt in 2013 by Yingluck Shinawatra’s Pheu Thai government to…

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The puzzling discussions about the ‘elephant pants’

For a few days during the first week of February, news headlines in Thailand included reports about the ‘elephant pants’. Discussions ranged from trade competitiveness to copyrights to what has…

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Rice policies caught in controversy and politicization ?

Thai society was shocked when well-known serial petitioner Srisuwan Janya, who has been a thorn in the flesh of the powers that be for years, was arrested on January 28…

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Will new air-quality laws cure Thailand’s smog-driven health crisis?

The ongoing push in Parliament to improve Thailand’s appalling record of air pollution offers hope that the decades-long threat to public health posed by PM2.5 smog could soon be curbed….

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Thailand’s gaping disparity in welfare spending on state officials and the people

Budgetary provisions are under scrutiny as Thailand’s House of Representatives is currently in the process of vetting the much-delayed budget bill for fiscal 2024. The total outlay is 3.48 trillion…

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 ‘Generation Rent’ surges in Thailand as homes become increasingly unaffordable

The story about a large Chinese family in Henan paying US$140 (about 5,000 baht) a day to stay in a hotel suite for over 200 days rather than buy a…

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Teenage murder prompts debate in Thailand: Should kids face adult punishments?

A shocking murder recently committed by a group of boys aged 13 to 16 has prompted a big question in Thailand. Should children who commit serious crimes be sentenced as…

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Malaysia peace talks facilitator foresees “concrete” development (Video)

The Malaysian facilitator for the southern peace talks process said he is optimistic that there will be “concrete” development by the end of this year with a new round of…

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Supporters of former Thai Prime Minister Thaksin Shinawatra arrange a giant portrait placard as they wait outside Klong Prem Central Prison in Bangkok on August 22, 2023. / AFP

How “peacemaker” Thaksin is stirring up Thai politics

Since convicted former prime minister Thaksin Shinawatra returned to his motherland by a private jet on August 22 of last year, the Thai public has only had brief glimpses of him….

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Nualphan lines up biggest challenge yet: Saving Thai football

In the tumultuous world of Thai football, one name has emerged as a beacon of change and hope. Nualphan Lamsam can boast a successful career in club management and an…

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Srettha’s zealous diplomatic outreach to secure investments yet to bear fruit

Prime Minister Srettha Thavisin has set a record for the most number of foreign trips by a premier in just four months in office, but he has little to show…

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Greying Thailand: Empowering Thai elderly

Everybody ages, but it doesn’t mean that one’s knowledge or abilities deteriorate. In the last episode of our exclusive documentary, ‘Greying Thailand,’ we tell the stories of two senior citizens…

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Greying Thailand: Future solutions for ageing society

Many sectors in Thailand have attempted to address the problems related to an aging society, but is there a possibility for them to succeed? Find out in this episode of Greying…

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Tourism vs conservation: The controversial cable car plan dividing Thailand

The government has revived controversial plans to build a cable car in Phu Kradeung National Park, a hidden gem whose pristine mountains have long been accessible to hikers only. While…

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HIV reduction campaign targets Thai youth

Many people, especially youth, perceive the use of condom as hindering the enjoyment of sex, despite the variety available, from extra slim to scented and fancy surfaces. Therefore, HIV infection…

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Young and hungry: New Pheu Thai leadership ready to take on Move Forward 

Generational change has swept through the ruling Pheu Thai Party leadership, with new executives including its youngest-ever leader, 37-year-old Paetongtarn Shinawatra, mainly in their 30s or 40s. Party seniors in…

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Is organic farming the solution to Thai school lunch crisis?

Two problems plaguing Thailand – unhealthy meals for schoolkids and farmers threatened by volatile food prices and climate change – have a simple win-win solution, say experts. By collaborating with…

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As smog season returns, can Thailand avert another health crisis?    

Millions of people in Thailand are dreading ‘smog season’, as air pollution levels begin to rise at the end of the rains. Bangkok and other areas of the country have…

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The barbecue that fired up awareness of political corruption in Thailand

When Deputy House Speaker Padipat Suntiphada threw a barbecue party for Parliament cleaning staff in August, he obviously never thought he was breaking any laws or regulations. However, the barbecue…

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Alligator remains found 18 years ago in Korat confirmed as now extinct species

The skull of an alligator, found at a depth of about two metres in a well in Non Sung district of the north-eastern province of Nakhon Ratchasima 18 years ago,…

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Amid friction points, can PM Srettha and the BOT chief work in harmony?

Prime Minister Srettha Thavisin and central bank governor Sethaput Suthiwartnarueput are having difficulty seeing eye to eye on fiscal and monetary policies. Srettha, who is also the finance minister, met…

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The deadly roads of Khao Lak

Khao Lak, as an increasing populated community and popular tourist area in the South, need good road. However, there is one in particular that is causing alarms among people concerned…

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From left to right, Chairwoman of the Joint Foreign Chamber of Commerce in Thailand, Vibeke Lyssand Leirvag, President of the American Chamber of Commerce in Thailand, Mook Pibuldham, CEO and President of LH Bank, Shih Jiing-fuh

Foreign business leaders urge clarity and stability

As the Srettha government begins implementing its stimulus packages, aimed at revitalising Thailand’s economy, members of the foreign business community here have reiterated their call for political stability and regulatory…

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Is it Move Forward’s turn to have its cake and eat it too?

The Move Forward Party, best known for its radical ideas, has always been seen by its critics as being politically naïve, but it may have finally started to learn the…

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Alexandrine parakeets in Nonthaburi temple saved

A temple in Nonthaburi province has agreed to delay its plan to pull down dead Yang trees (Dipterocarpus alatus) in its compound, after 12 Alexandrine parakeets were found nesting there….

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Pension system in need of reform as cost pressure mounts

Thai society is aging fast. The percentage of the population aged 60 and above was projected to be 20.4 per cent in 2020 and 38.3 per cent in 2050, according…

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Does Pheu Thai-led coalition spell death for the red-shirt movement?

Pheu Thai’s recent decision to embrace parties linked with the 2010 bloody military crackdown on red-shirt protesters may have shaken many members of the movement. However, it has far from destroyed its…

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Pad Kaphrao is a treasure trove of flavour and aroma, offering a delightful Thai food experience. Photo/TAT

A weekend in the company of holy basil

The tantalizing aroma of holy basil is set to infuse the air as the Tourism Authority of Thailand hosts the grand finale of the 2023 World Kaphrao Thailand Grand Prix…

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As Pheu Thai keeps crossing new lines, Move Forward finds own dilemma

Senators rejecting a Pheu Thai prime ministerial nominee will be heavily criticised, but that possibility will have been largely expected. Move Forward doing the same, however, will be a lot…

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Will Srettha become Thailand’s 30th prime minister?

Amid the ongoing political impasse in the country, made murkier by highly debatable rules, Srettha Thavisin, a property developer-turned politician, is within sight of becoming the 30th prime minister of…

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Policies to increase income critical to tackle high household debt

Economic experts are not happy with the policies pursued by the outgoing administration to increase the income of Thai households, as well as the proposals of the parties who could…

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Chalermchai Dongchan, second right, and three other chanters of Maha Chat Kham Luang

In perfect harmony: an ode to Buddhism

This Monday, Chalermchai Dongchan will be one of the four devotees chanting the Vessantara Jataka or Maha Chat Kham Luang in front of Maha Vajiralongkorn Phra Vajiraklaochaoyuhua at the Emerald…

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Schoolchildren make their way to school as haze from forest fires blankets Palembang. (Photo by Abdul Qodir / AFP)

As El Nino fuels fire risk, Southeast Asia prepares for haze crisis

Southeast Asian nations are gearing up to tackle the threat of a tougher-than-usual “haze” season together, as the El Nino climate phenomenon raises the risk of soaring temperatures. Ministers and…

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Thailand’s household-debt storm taking deadly toll on guarantors

Thailand’s household debt has ballooned to almost 16 trillion baht, with more and more Thais at risk of defaulting on their loan repayments. The pressure then falls on guarantors, who…

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Thais are sinking deeply into debt

Thai people are burdened with high household debt. For many of them, the burden starts early and can last a lifetime. Some young adults, in particular, have racked up massive credit…

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Thailand’s adult female literacy placed 6th among ASEAN countries

A report on gender equality and development shows that, despite significant progress in education equality, the disparity still exists. The literacy rate of Thailand’s adult females in 2022 was 92.4%,…

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Madrid skyline amid haze carrying particles, a phenomenon known as ‘Kalima’ (‘Calima’) during a heat wave in Madrid on July 19, 2023. Spain since July 17 faces its third heatwave since the start of summer. (Photo by Oscar Del Pozo / AFP)

Millions hit by extreme heat on three continents

Millions suffered through intense heat Wednesday as fires raged, health worries mounted and the world appeared headed for its hottest month of July on record. As temperature records tumbled on…

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As Pita’s PM hopes fade, Pheu Thai in pole position to form next government

Though the eight-party coalition has resolved to put Move Forward leader Pita Limjaroenrat’s name forward again in the second vote for Thailand’s next premier, Pita and his party appear to…

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Dangerous heatwaves strike globe as wildfires rage

Scorching weather gripped three continents on Sunday, whipping up wildfires and threatening to topple temperature records as the dire consequences of global warming take shape. Predictions of historic heat hung…

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Myanmar crisis exposes gaps in Thai care for migrant children

The recent deportation of at least 59 children to Myanmar – which has been engulfed in violence since the 2021 military coup – has brought to light many problems in…

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Southern comforts: a rustic island retreat perfect for relaxation

Bang Loh, a local rider of a “skylab” – a motorcycle with a sidecar – pushes his overloaded Yamaha across the hot concrete pathway. From the seat of the sidecar,…

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El Nino is threatening rice crops while grain supplies already are squeezed by the war in Ukraine

Warmer, drier weather because of an earlier than usual El Nino is expected to hamper rice production across Asia, hitting global food security in a world still reeling from the…

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Pita Limjaroenrat

Pita’s chance of becoming next prime minister shrinks on eve of Parliamentary vote

The chance of Move Forward Party chief Pita Limjaroenrat becoming Thailand’s next prime minister shrank on Wednesday as Parliament prepared for Thursday’s vote to select the country’s leader.     The Election…

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UN chief blasts ‘outdated’ global financial structure

UN chief Antonio Guterres denounced Wednesday a global financial system where nearly half the world’s people live in countries whose governments spend more on debt than education or health. “Half…

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Will it be Pita? A guide to this week’s vote for a new prime minister

This Thursday (July 13) will see a crucial vote in Thailand’s Parliament when 500 MPs and 250 senators convene to select the country’s 30th prime minister. Move Forward Party leader…

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El Nino will expose Thailand’s lack of defense against climate change: experts

Although the rainy season has begun in Thailand, the threat of prolonged drought and water shortages is hovering on the horizon because of El Nino. The US National Oceanic and…

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Thailand must simplify processes to solve statelessness

Thailand is host to the second-largest refugee population in Asia. There are over 150,000 stateless children in the system, plus an estimated 50,000 who are not registered. Though Thailand has…

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National Day becomes Thailand’s latest political dividing point 

Unlike many other countries, Thailand does not usually celebrate its national day. And it is not uncommon to find Thais who have no idea what date it takes place or…

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The pharmacist will see you now: Has Thailand found cure for hospital overcrowding?

At 59, Wan needs to visit a doctor every four months to keep her hypertension and high cholesterol under control. So, she ends up being a factor in hospital overcrowding…

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No government is safe in any way, shape or form

Politically, modern Thai history is on nobody’s side, but neither is the future. Therefore, a pretend and celebratory phone call to a late revolutionary reformist to say “We have made…

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Civilian-led solution needed for permanent peace in the deep South

In the final of the three-part series, our Political Desk sheds some light on the plans of the eight-party coalition to push for institutional reform to bring permanent peace in…

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The low water level at the Paso Severino reservoir amid a severe drought in Florida, Uruguay, in June, 2023. (Photo by Eitan ABRAMOVICH / AFP)

UN warns world to prepare for El Nino impact

The United Nations on Tuesday warned the world to prepare for the effects of El Nino, saying the weather phenomenon which triggers higher global temperatures is set to persist throughout…

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Uphill task to demilitarize and decentralize Thailand’s deep South for lasting peace 

How will the coalition partners reconcile their differences in approach towards resolving the long-running conflict in the predominantly Muslim deep South? In the second of a three-part series, our Political Desk…

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Deep sea mining permits may be coming soon. What are they and what might happen?

The International Seabed Authority — the United Nations body that regulates the world’s ocean floor — is preparing to resume negotiations that could open the international seabed for mining, including…

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Mission to bring Sak Surin home

“It’s a difficult operation and we’ve tried to do our best,” Thai ambassador to Sri Lanka, H.E. Poj Harnpol told Thai PBS World in an interview before what is being…

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World’s famous and beloved Totoro in the iconic scene from “My Neighbour Totoro”. (Photo by Vipasai Niyamabha)

Great escapes with Studio Ghibli

There’s nothing better than an escape from reality in these tough times and now Bangkok residents can do exactly, losing themselves in Studio Ghibli’s Animation Exhibition. From July 1 to…

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Traditional and modern creativity adds panache to a Southern city

Much has been written in recent years about Bangkok’s creative districts but it isn’t only the Thai capital that’s getting a makeover. Next month will see the fifth edition of “Creative…

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Thai military personnel guards convenience stores damaged after an attack, in Cho-airong district in southern Thailand’s Narathiwat province, on August 17, 2022. (Photo by Madaree Tohlala / AFP)

Furore over mock referendum could derail deep South peace moves

The first of a three-part series by Thai PBS World’s Political Desk analyses the latest disputes among political forces over the right to self-determination and the peace process in Thailand’s…

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Facility for releasing treated water into sea from Fukushima Daiichi unveiled

The operator of the crippled Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant has shown to the media a system to release treated and diluted water from the facility into the ocean. Tokyo…

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Want a climate-friendly flight? It’s going to take a while and cost you more

When it comes to flying, going green may cost you more. And it’s going to take a while for the strategy to take off. Sustainability was a hot topic this…

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Abuse scandal puts Thailand’s treatment of children under spotlight

A recent scandal at the Saraburi Welfare Home for Children has raised questions as to whether vulnerable kids are safe in the hands of state institutions. Evidence shows that young…

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Alarm bells ring in overloaded Thai public health system as exhausted doctors quit in droves

Every year, hundreds of doctors leave the government sector after struggling under huge workloads for relatively low pay and with little prospect of promotion. The numbers exiting the public health…

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Then Chiang Rai Governor Narongsak Osotthanakorn speaks during a press conference at the command centre near the Tham Luang cave area as operations continue for the 12 boys and their coach trapped at the cave in Khun Nam Nang Non Forest Park in the Mae Sai district of Chiang Rai province on July 6, 2018. (Photo by Lillian SUWANRUMPHA / AFP) / ALTERNATIVE CROP

Remembering the “Moo Pa” Governor – the hero of the cave rescue

Narongsak Osatanakorn was appointed to oversee a supposedly sleepy province in the North but ended up having to supervise one of its most breathtaking events that will forever be recorded…

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Prayut government’s undiplomatic meeting on Myanmar shows Thailand in a bad light

The informal meeting arranged by Thailand’s caretaker government on the Myanmar crisis has only provided a comfort zone for the junta across the border, but dealt a blow to Thailand’s…

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Move Forward and the double-edged sword of ‘orange fandom’

Thanks to fervent support from millions of people, the reformist Move Forward Party (MFP) pulled off a stunning victory in the May 14 election, defeating a Shinawatra-backed electoral machine that…

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How is Thailand’s education system dealing with its youngest lese majeste suspect?

The youngest person to be charged with insulting the royal family in Thailand wants to know why she has been barred from class by her school, which she accuses of…

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Overworked and underappreciated, doctors need more support

“Do we know the problems? We do, but there are these things called medical ethics and sacrifice that constrain us. If we don’t see the patients who are waiting, how…

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Crowned and Bejewelled Buddha Statue in Subduing Mara Posture, 13th century, found at the pagoda in the Mahathat Temple, Ayutthaya. Photo by Fine Arts Department.

A close look at Thailand’s finest Buddhas

For the first time, 81 Buddha images created over a period 1,300 years can now be admired in a spectacular exhibition at the Bangkok National Museum that combines beauty with…

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The paradox of Thai public acceptance of LGBTQ+

If the accomplishment of Bangkok Pride 2023 can be measured by the number of participants, then it was a success. The event, which was held earlier this month, drew around…

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How the Marriage Equality Law will change Thailand

As the Move Forward Party prepares to fulfill its pledge to legalize same-sex marriage, Thitaporn Khamchai, a company worker who has been living with her girlfriend for four years, is…

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10 more Thai elephants abroad are unlikely to be repatriated

There are about 10 Thai elephants still living abroad, but they are not likely to be brought back home because they were donated by the Thai government as goodwill ambassadors,…

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The share saga that threatens to end Thai hopes for a liberal prime minister

A potential knockout blow looms for Move Forward leader Pita Limjaroenrat as he bids to take over the PM’s post after his party’s stunning election win on May 14. The…

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Apple Vision Pro headset is displayed in a showroom on the Apple campus after it’s unveiling on Monday, June 5, 2023, in Cupertino, Calif. (Photo by Jeff Chiu/AP)

Apple’s Vision Pro goggles unleash a mixed reality that could lead to more innovation and isolation

Reporters are a skeptical bunch, so it was unusual to hear so many of them raving about their firsthand experience with Apple’s next Big Thing: the high-priced headset called Vision…

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The history of Thailand’s holy-day alcohol ban – and why it could soon be lifted

The Move Forward Party has offered a trickle of hope to drinkers who have long agonized over the alcohol ban imposed during religious holidays. The ban will be banished if…

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Locals travel by sampan down Phuket’s Bang Rong Canal. (Photo by Phoowadon Duangmee)

The other side of paradise

An hour’s drive from Phuket’s Pa Tong Beach, Bang Rong seems to be an ocean apart from its western counterpart. Located on the east coast, it doesn’t have a white…

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The front of the old printing house turned museum. (Photo by Dae Warunee)

Immersed in Banglamphu

Foreign travellers coming to Bangkok will already know that Khao San Road is their go-to destination, but few realise that it’s just one of the many features the larger Banglamphu…

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COVID makes comeback in Thailand as booster fatigue leaves door open

Thai authorities are stepping up campaigns encouraging people to roll up their sleeves and get booster shots as COVID-19 makes a comeback. The campaigns are designed to combat a new…

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Phuket set to be a new model for food waste disposal

With the Phuket tourism industry well on the way to recovery and aiming to welcome 12 million tourist arrivals this year, the problem of food waste is seen as an…

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Zero-based budgeting can’t tide over challenge of increasing revenue 

The Move Forward Party, the leader of the coalition tipped to form the next government after the May 14 election, has proposed using zero-based budgeting (ZBB) to replace the current…

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Muay Thai master Kru Din (Wittawat Kasom) teaches Lanna Fighting Muaythai, during a Thai boxing self-defence workshop for members of the LGBTIQ+ community, in the municipality of Cerro Navia, Santiago, on May 27, 2023. (Photo by Martin Bernetti / AFP)

‘Save your lives:’ Free Thai boxing lessons for LGBTQ people in Chile

Shield, duck, punch: At a municipal sports hall in Chile’s capital Santiago, dozens of members of the LGBTQ community gathered to learn Thai boxing self defense moves in a climate…

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Residential market slows, new stimulus packages awaited

Despite slowing inflation, the residential market in the first few months of 2023 has been sluggish, the real estate sector reports. Overall, the housing demand in Thailand has dropped and…

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A closer look at the coalition’s ‘Fair’ peace plan for insurgency-hit Deep South

A little-known political party named Fair – or “Pen Tham” in Thai – has drawn the media spotlight after being included in the eight-party coalition formed by election winner Move…

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What it would mean for the global economy if the US defaults on its debt

If the debt crisis roiling Washington were eventually to send the United States crashing into recession, America’s economy would hardly sink alone. The repercussions of a first-ever default on the…

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The high cost of the promises made by major parties to woo the electorate

Amid the strong likelihood of the next government being formed by a coalition led by the Move Forward Party, the biggest gainer in the May 14 general election with 152…

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Korean screenwriter Park Jae-Beom speaks to the audience at the ‘Seminar on Script writer development to increase the value of the creative content industry’.

S. Korea’s investment in its screenwriters results in a K-content global sensation

“There is a saying ‘don’t invest in the project, do invest in screenwriters’”,  said Park Jae-Beom, screenwriter of several well-known K-dramas, including Vincenzo, The Good Manager and The Good Doctor,…

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Key things to watch after historic Thai election

After every big earthquake, major aftershocks ensue. A Pheu Thai landslide would have made headlines, but unpredictability would not have been as prevalent. Move Forward’s wham-bam victory means a lot…

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Liberal govt led by Move Forward may be a pipe dream

For many Thais, the proposed new coalition government of parties from the opposition camp represents a “dream team” of liberal democrats. The six-party coalition, led by election-winner Move Forward, would…

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Why the idealistic boy won, and why he has to keep his feet on the ground

A combination of the Thaksin factor, appeal of a youthful image and repellence of old-style politics has contributed to one of the biggest surprises in modern Thai political history. Signs…

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Legal obstacles await leader of victorious Move Forward party

A legal challenge is waiting for Pita Limjaroenrat, leader of the Move Forward Party, who is tipped to be the country’s next prime minister after his party emerged as the…

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Pheu Thai’s landslide in serious jeopardy

The Pheu Thai Party is still widely tipped to win more seats than any other party, but signs are that their ambition of surpassing the 300-seat mark is unlikely to…

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Thailand caught between fear and hope, old and new, as voters head to the polls

Thai voters are poised to come out in huge numbers on Sunday to make a momentous decision about the future of their country. The national vote looks set to be…

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Prayut could see himself sidelined in the upcoming election

There is a strong possibility that Prayut Chan-o-cha could see himself sidelined in the upcoming election, said a professor of political science at Chulalongkorn University, Dr. Siripan Nongsuan Sawasdee in…

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Thai PM candidates are wooing hearts, Hollywood-style, to win votes on Sunday 

PR teams of top prime ministerial candidates have gone into overdrive to woo voters in the final week before Thailand votes in Sunday’s general election.  Opinion survey results released last…

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‘Landslide’, ‘Change’, ‘Pillars’, ‘Crisis’: Decoding parties’ final messages to Thai voters

Major political parties are now making last-ditch efforts to win as many votes as possible with only days to go before the general election on Sunday. No matter what pollsters…

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Locals launch a homemade rocket into the sky to send a message to the Rain God that they need rain for the growing season. (Photo by Phoowadon Duangmee)

Heading for the heavens

The rocket festival is back for 2023 to appease the God of Rain as well as to provide fun and excitement for people from all walks of life.  Visit the…

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Yan Lipao Bag (Photo courtesy of Museumthailand.com)

A craft for our times: the Yan Lipao handbag

Yan Lipao basketry from Thailand’s South may not make it to the fashion catwalks but it has certainly found its way into the spotlight after being spotted in the handof…

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44 years of political development in Thailand

This article is translated from an article originally called “In the Movement (ในความเคลื่อนไหว)” on decode.plus: https://decode.plus/author/prajakkong/ By Associate Professor Dr. Prajak Kongkirati The upcoming 2023 General Election is taking place in a new…

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Reading the story of Thailand’s election in campaign posters

Despite the rise of social media, campaign posters still seem to be the main channel of communication for political parties and candidates going all out to woo voters as election…

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Political parties fighting shy of strong stance on much-needed public sector reform  

Most of the major political parties campaigning for the general election on May 14 are focusing heavily on reaching out to voters through populist platforms, such as cash handouts, farm…

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