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Capt Thammanas: Making an offer you cannot refuse

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Gen Prayut to turn over a new leaf?

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Freshest of Phuket Morning Market

By – Ohhappybear Wise people, and I mean wise foodie people, once told me that to get to really know the place well, you might want to start at the…

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ASEAN leaders ready for summit

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Thailand ready to host 34th ASEAN Summit

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Politics today

A lot of things are going on this week. Watch a recap of some of the more interesting events to catch up with the last developments, starting with the on-going…

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Gen Prayut and the road ahead

Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha’s government has yet to take office, and yet many people have already started predicting its demise.   Six months? One year? That’s how long some critics believe…

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Combatting fake news in Taiwan

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In his view: former MP candidate of the Democrat party Parit Wacharasindhu

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Former MP candidate of the Democrat party, Parit Wacharasindhu, after he called it quits

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Many new MPs keep fingers crossed for past activities

Dozens of the newly-elected MPs must be keeping their fingers crossed, with many fearing that their political future could be hanging in the balance.  And it is the result of…

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Gen Prayut taking charge

After General Prayut Chan-o-cha was formally appointed prime minister yesterday, the spotlight is now on the shape of his Cabinet which will most likely be a patchwork of more than…

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Pannikar: From news presenter to lightning rod

Besides Thanathorn Juangroongruangkit, leader of the Future Forward Party, no other political new-comer has made more headlines than Pannikar Wanich, a tough-talking spokeswoman of the party.

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Why Democrats are having the best of both worlds

It was only weeks ago that the Democrat Party was struggling to survive one of its biggest crises. The country’s oldest political party had just suffered from a humiliating defeat…

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Gen Prayut in unchartered waters

Parliament came as no surprise. Everything had practically been stacked in his favour – from the electoral rules to role of the Senate. Now Prayut can claim political legitimacy for…

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Gen Prayut Chan-o-cha same old leader in new territory

It should not come as a surprise that General Prayut Chan-o-cha has been overwhelmingly voted as prime minister. It’s clear that all the rules and regulations were designed in his…

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Tif-Champ Hangout Podcast Ep.2

As the Senate and the House will have a joint meeting on Wednesday June 5th to elect Thailand’s next prime minister, people may have different types of prime minister in…

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Health benefits of fasting in Ramdan

During the fasting, the body will lack nutrition and water. How can the people survive while they are fasting and what is the purpose of fasting in Islam. Let’s hear…

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The Blooms of Phang-Nga

The Blooms of Phang-Nga By Ohhappybear The seaside, mountain-trimmed province of Phang-Nga is a place for natural worshippers. Tree huggers, me included, would like it here very much here. Whenever…

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Meet the Director

Director of ‘Friend Zone’ talks about the film and ‘soft power’

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Understanding Brexit with Dr. Somjai Phagaphasvivat

Understanding more about Brexit with Dr. Somjai Phagaphasvivat, Associate Professor from Thammasat University.

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POLyAMORY: The comedy drama on IGTV

The comedy drama about relationships on Instagram TV of Spanish TV 3. The drama targets young people in two main ways: The principal means of delivery is Instagram Live, since…

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Tif-Champ Hangout Podcast Ep.1

What’s the option? Studying abroad or enrolling in an international program in Thailand? . The first episode of podcast from ThaiPBS World will bring you to the discussion on the…

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Dumpling Called Bird

Snacks are big in Thailand. We have them all – savoury, sweet, on skewers, from steamers. But there is one particular snack that represents the exquisite details of the old-school…

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An interview with ‘Plan B’ Director at INPUT 2019

The story of Florence, a mother who lost her daughter as she decides to take her own life. In search of answers to questions such as: Where did I go…

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INPUT 2019 Bangkok, Thailand

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One Salad, Four Names

Tao Kua is a regionally ubiquitous dish of the Thai deep south. It is a salad. A hearty snack, something locals there eat between meals. While Hat Yai and Songkhla…

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Kanom Tom

Kanom Tom is an old-school Thai dessert that encompasses the three main ingredients that always incorporate in Thai traditional sweets. Now overshadowed by a lot more elaborate other desserts, Kanom…

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A conversation with Tannia Tanwarin Sukkhapisit Thailand’s first transgender MP

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Young Democrats explain what “independent opposition” means

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The Origins of Pad Thai

The world can’t seem to get enough of Pad Thai. That one is true. In all corners of the world, Pad Thai – a Thai-style stir-fried noodle – is likely…

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Thailand Election 2019 : Female & Politics

Thailand Election : 2019 Female have outnumbered male by 1.29 million in the total population, and the number of female voters in most general elections has exceeded the number of…

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ThaiPBS World – Conversation with first-time candidates

In this upcoming election there are a lot of young blood politicians, they play a big role in the election 2019 with their ambitions.

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ThaiPBS World – Conversation with Phetchompoo Kijburana

Phetchompoo Kijburana one of the youngest politician in this upcoming election. The oversea-educated politician who has full of ambitions to develop the country

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ThaiPBS World – Conversation with Thanathorn

Thanathorn Jungroongruangkit the leader of Future Forward Party Just less than a year ago, he was virtually unknown to most people. But within months after he threw his hat into…

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Exclusive talk with the leader of the Democrat Party.

Thai PBS World x Abhisit Vejjajiva at Lalai Sap Market, Soi Surasena, Silom Road.

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How do political parties reach out to first time voters.

With close to 7 million first-time voters being their prime target in the March 24 election, several political parties are competing in an unprecedented scale to reach out to them…

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73rd Chula–Thammasat traditional football match 2019.

73rd Chula–Thammasat traditional football match 2019. Presidents of CU and TU student cheering clubs on how students’ political and social point of view is reflected through one of the country’s…

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Democrat Party candidates hit the campaign trail at Soi Surasena, Bangkok.

Democrat Party candidates recently hit the campaign trail at Soi Surasena, Bangkok. They made their election promises. But what do the people think?

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The Future Forward Party candidates visit to Kru Whee market on Rama 3 Road in Bangkok.

The Future Forward Party led by its leader Thanathorn Jungroongruangkit made its presence felt during a recent campaign visit to Kru Whee market on Rama 3 Road in Bangkok. How…

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PM candidate list in 2019 election

Thai PBS world daily 29 Jan 2019

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What you need to know about Election 2019: Election of MPs

Thai PBS world daily 22 Jan 2019

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Army Chief Gen Apirat to pro-election activists: Don’t cross the line

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Sea water sweeps ashore in Pak Panang District, Nakhon Si Thammarat as tropical storm Pa Buk makes a landfall

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How recycled foods become junk food in Manila

Residents of Tondo slum in metro Manila live on “pagpag” or left-overs of fried chickens collected from garbage dump. More : www.facebook.com/ThaiPBSWorld/videos/1226737860810854

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‘Volcano’ tsunami kills at least 168 in Indonesia

A tsunami following a volcanic eruption killed at least 168 people when it slammed without warning into popular beaches around Indonesia’s Sunda Strait on Saturday night, cutting a swathe of…

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Crucial skills for the future

Data science, analytical and critical thinking skills and working in teams; why these skills play pivotal roles in working world of the future, the director of the London School of…

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Coping with education disruption

The expert of the London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE) points out how universities in Thailand can learn from LSE to cope with education disruption

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How to prepare students for this disruptive era

How to prepare students for this disruptive era by Dame Minouche Shafik, LSE Director

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Police clash with 'yellow vest' protesters in Paris

French riot police clashed with “yellow vest” protesters in central Paris on Saturday during the latest wave of demonstrations against high living costs which have shaken President Emmanuel Macron’s authority. #ThaiPBSWorld #YellowVest #Protest

Posted by Thai PBS World on Saturday, 8 December 2018

Police clash with ‘yellow vest’ protesters in Paris

PARIS (Reuters) – French riot police clashed with “yellow vest” protesters in central Paris on Saturday during the latest wave of demonstrations against high living costs which have shaken President…

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Former Malaysian deputy prime minister Anwar Ibrahim promised a more active contribution from Malaysia to help Thailand find a peaceful solution to the conflicts in the South

Former Malaysian deputy prime minister Anwar Ibrahim promised a more active contribution from Malaysia to help Thailand find a peaceful solution to the conflicts in the South.

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Did the Malaysian military ever have the idea of taking a leaf from the book of Thai military and intervene to end the political monopoly of the UMNO-led government of scandal-plagued Prime Minister Najib Razak? Former deputy prime minister Anwar Ibrahim didn’t think so

Did the Malaysian military ever have the idea of taking a leaf from the book of Thai military and intervene to end the political monopoly of the UMNO-led government of…

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Former deputy prime minister of Malaysia Anwar Ibrahim was in Bangkok recently and recounted in an interview how he kept his sanity during his years-long solitary confinement.

Former deputy prime minister of Malaysia Anwar Ibrahim was in Bangkok recently and recounted in an interview how he kept his sanity during his years-long solitary confinement.

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Reading People’s Mood before Election

Exclusive Talk with Asst. Prof. Dr. Arnond Sakworawich Graduate School of Applied Statistics, NIDA “Reading People’s Mood before Election”

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Malaysian Prime Minister Mahathir pledges to help bring about peace in southern Thailand

Malaysian Prime Minister Mahathir Mohamad meets his Thai counterpart General Prayut Chan-o-cha in Bangkok and pledges his help to bring peace in Thailand’s violence-scarred south

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Video shows moment express train flies off tracks in Taiwan

The Taiwan Railways Administration (TRA) today released surveillance camera footage showing the moment an express train flew off the tracks yesterday as it sped around a bend in Taiwan’s Yilan…

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Exclusive: Southern Thailand peace talk with Panitan Wattanayagorn

Why Malaysian Prime Minister Mahathir’s visit is critical to peace talks in southern Thailand. An interview with Panitan Wattanayagorn, advisor to Deputy Prime Minister on Security Affairs.

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How the young politicians see the future

Exclusive talk with Paopoom Rojanasakul, the new faces in Thai Politics of Pheu Thai Party and Narit Paranulaksa, the new generation in Thai Politics of Phalang Pracharat Party.

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[Interview] Thanathorn Juangroongruangkit

Thanathorn Juangroongruangkit of Future Forward Party spells out his vision in interview with ThaiPBS World

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Indonesia quake-tsunami causes destruction in Palu on September 29, 2018 More than 832 people were confirmed killed, many swept away as tsunami waves triggered by a massive earthquake crashed into…

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[Interview] The next generation of Chartthaipattana party

Varawut Silpa-archa of Chartthaipattana makes education reform his key platform.

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Wat Pho ranks high in TripAdvisor awards

Wat Phra Chetuphon Wimon Mangkhalaram, better known as Wat Pho, in Tha Tian area of Bangkok’s old town, has beaten the Great Wall of China in the 2018 world’s top…

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Super typhoon Mangkhut smashes Hong Kong

Mangkhut has weakened since blasting into the Philippine coast on Saturday, but was packing sustained winds of 175 kilometres per hour (110 miles per hour) as it hurtled toward China’s…

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“CAT MAN” of Aleppo

Mohammed Alaa al-Jaleel, pets cats at Ernesto’s Cat Sanctuary that he runs in Kfar Naha, an opposition-held town in Aleppo province in Syria on March 17, 2018. The 43-year-old, al-Jaleel…

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Watch Thailand today on #ThaiPBSWorld at 6 pm, September 13, 2018.

Watch Thailand today on #ThaiPBSWorld at 6 pm, September 13, 2018.Get to know authoritarianism trend in southeast Asia.What is Prayut’s Path to Political Future. How is US-China Trade War implicates in Thailand📌 Facebook Live: http://www.facebook.com/ThaiPBSWorld📌 Youtube Live: http://youtu.be/KRiXi0JwPZ4📌 Website: www.thaipbsworld.com

Posted by Thai PBS World on Thursday, 13 September 2018

Watch Thailand today, September 13, 2018

Topics : Get to know authoritarianism trend in southeast Asia. What is Prayut’s Path to Political Future. How is US-China Trade War implicates in Thailand 📌 Facebook Live: http://www.facebook.com/ThaiPBSWorld 📌 Youtube Live: http://youtu.be/KRiXi0JwPZ4 📌 Website: www.thaipbsworld.com

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Laos considers future hydropower plans after dam burst

HANOI (Reuters) – Laos will take into account the devastation caused by a dam burst in July when it considers how to proceed with investment in hydropower, seen as an…

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North Korea holds giant 70th Anniversary Mass Games

The biggest show on earth made a comeback as North Korea put on its all-singing, all-dancing propaganda display, the ‘Mass Games’, for the first time in 5 years on September…

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“Wild boars uniting the world” ThailandToday (6th September 2018)

A weekly English news program that helps you find out what will happen tomorrow.

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The Tham Luang cave rescue mission has proven once again that if people hold on together they can make anything happen.

For Paasi, the Tham Luang cave rescue mission has proven once again that if people hold on together they can make anything happen. The safe rescue of the young footballers…

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Captain Tait feels both humbled and honoured to be part of both the rescue operation and the “United as One” grand reception.

Captain Tait feels both humbled and honoured to be part of both the rescue operation and the “United as One” grand reception. The fancy uniforms that everyone was wearing at…

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U.S. Mission Commander Nothing would overwhelm Maj Hodges more than the sight of the “Wild Boars” boys walking into the reception looking great and happy.

U.S. Mission Commander Nothing would overwhelm Maj Hodges more than the sight of the “Wild Boars” boys walking into the reception looking great and happy. For him, the reception was…

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The grand reception reminds McEwan of the role of Dr. Richard Harris and all Australian personnel who contributed to the successful rescue operation

The grand reception reminds McEwan of the role of Dr. Richard Harris and all Australian personnel who contributed to the successful rescue operation. For him, it is amazing what humans…

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North Korea holds 70th anniversary parade, without ICBMs

September 9, 2018 North Korea holds a huge military parade and mass rally in Pyongyang’s Kim Il Sung square to mark the seventieth anniversary of its founding on 9 September…

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North Korea staged a military parade on Sunday

September 9, 2018 Thousands of North Korean troops parade through Pyongyang as the nuclear-armed country celebrates its 70th birthday, followed by artillery and tanks.

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Tham Luang rescue saga: From struggle to celebrations 

The Tham Luang Cave rescue efforts during June 23-July 10, 2018 involved thousands of people from all over the world. They included divers, rescue workers, police officers, soldiers and volunteers…

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Japan evacuates major airport after typhoon wreaks havoc

September 4, 2018 A major airport that was cut off when a huge typhoon smashed through its sole access road is evacuated, as Japan grapples with devastation caused by its…

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The strongest typhoon in quarter century batters Japan

Powerful gusts and heavy rains batter western Japan in its strongest typhoon in a quarter of a century on September 4, 2018. .Six people have died and scores more have been…

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Damage caused by a powerful quake in Hokkaido

A lot of damage caused by a powerful 6.6-magnitude quake rocked the northern Japanese island of Hokkaido Thursday, killing at least eight people, collapsing homes, and triggering landslides that left…

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Off The Grid: Venezuela on the edge

Deadly protests, food shortage and hyperinflation. Off The Grid travels to Venezuela to find out how the country with the world largest oil reserves can be heading towards a breaking….

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Israeli air strikes on Gaza Strip

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NASA prepare to launch “Parker Solar Probe

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Firenado in Derbyshire, UK

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The Colossal rockslide hits the village in Chamoson, Switzerland.

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“Saving the13”

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