Holy month of Ramadan begins in Thailand on March 12

The Muslim community in Thailand is preparing for the Islamic holy month of Ramadan, starting on March 12th this year, according to an announcement from Aroon Boonchom, the Sheikhul Islam…

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Black roses are the latest trend, despite Thailand’s long-held belief of them as a symbol of immortality, death, and the supernatural.

Roses, lovers and cats – Pak Khlong Talat at dusk

Pak Khlong Talat, the Bangkok flower market, runs from midday into the night, seven days a week. While it’s never empty, Valentine’s Day gave tourists and locals a timely excuse…

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Thai PBS wins award at Indian film festival

The film “Letter from the Sun: Unforgettable Moment”, produced by Thai PBS, received the Special Mention Award at the 6th Innovative International Film Festival held in Bengaluru, India between October…

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Like other convicts, further clemency for Thaksin possible on important occasions

Convicted former prime minister Thaksin Shinawatra, like other inmates, will be eligible for further royal clemency on important occasions, out-going Justice Minister Wissanu Krea-ngam told Thai PBS. Thaksin’s eight-year prison…

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Thai PBS Director General Wilasinee Phiphitkul delivering the annual report of the public broadcaster to the House of Representatives on Thursday.

Thai PBS role as public broadcaster praised, but urged to do more 

Law-makers commended the Thai Public Broadcasting Service (Thai PBS) on Thursday for its independent news coverage and educational programming, but called on Thailand’s leading public broadcaster to find ways to…

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Representatives of 10 political parties share their views on five key policy issues

Leaders and other representatives of ten political parties joined a major debate, organized by Thai PBS at its convention hall on Friday evening. The event, which is a part of…

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We are the ‘Zs’ – The inspiring ASEAN New Generation documentary series screening

The voices, dreams and passions of the young, whose intersectionality creates desire for change in our current world, as told in a six part documentary series. On Mar 8th, 2023,…

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The ‘Reading for Life’ project. Equal access to books for all kids in the digital era

Reading increases knowledge and wisdom. All adults around the world are probably well aware of this fact, but how can we motivate our children to read more? In today’s world,…

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Bangkok gubernatorial debate held ahead of Sunday’s elections

As voting in the first Bangkok gubernatorial election in nine years will take place on May 22nd, Thai PBS hosted a debate on Monday in which five key candidates took…

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Workers in protective suits stand at an entrance to a university’s residential area under lockdown following the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) outbreak in Xian, Shaanxi province, China December 20, 2021. Picture taken December 20, 2021. China Daily via REUTERS

China’s local COVID case count driven to 21-month high by Xian outbreak

BEIJING, Dec 26 (Reuters) – China reported its highest daily rise in local COVID-19 cases in 21 months as infections more than doubled in the northwestern city of Xian, China’s…

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Thai PBS wins two consolation prizes for online news coverage

Thai PBS has won two consolation prizes from the Online News Producers Association for its news coverage of “Doing Homework for Hire” and for its video clip on “What If…

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Riverside communities in Nonthaburi province are now under water

Hundreds of households in riverside communities in Bangkok’s neighbouring province of Nonthaburi, which are not protected by flood walls, have been flooded since Saturday as the swollen Chao Phraya River…

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Dr. Wilasinee Phiphitkul, director general of the Thai Public Broadcasting Service (Thai PBS)

Wilasinee chosen for second term as Thai PBS director general

Dr. Wilasinee Phiphitkul has been chosen to serve her second term as director general of the Thai Public Broadcasting Service (Thai PBS) by the board of governors of Thailand’s leading…

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Walk-A-Tif: Multicultural Society in Bangkok Part 2

Thai society is diverse, people of different faiths live together peacefully. For example, this Charoenkrung neighborhood where the faithful of 3 religions have co-existed for more than a century. Have…

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Jermsak Pinthong, chairman of Thai PBS board of governors, and Wilasinee Phiphitkul, its director general, reporting to a Senate session on Tuesday.

Thai PBS as objective voice and learning platform

The Thai Public Broadcasting Service (Thai PBS) has pledged to be a voice of objectivity and reason to contribute to helping the country weather through the current crisis, being aggravated…

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Facebook offers sincere apology to the Thai people over auto-translate error

Facebook has admitted to an error in its automatic translation, from English to Thai, and has offered a profound apology to the Thai people. The mistake appeared on Thai PBS’s…

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PM calls scrambling for donations at food banks “unacceptable”

Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha said today that people scrambling for donated items at food banks must stop, describing it as totally unacceptable. The Prime Minister, however, thanked donors for establishing…

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Three commuters, center, wear masks as they walk through the World Trade Center transportation hub, Wednesday, March 4, 2020, in New York. (AP Photo/Mark Lennihan)

Cabinet and ThaiPBS roll out social distancing measures

Thailand’s cabinet has taken the initiative by implementing social distancing as a preventive measure to protect against contracting COVID-19, as fears of the deadly virus grip the nation. At the…

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Thai PBS, Stamford International University to collaborate on “life-long learning”

Thai Public Broadcasting Service (Thai PBS) on Friday signed a memorandum of understanding with Stamford International University (Thailand) to collaborate in teaching and learning in various fields to provide students…

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Thai PBS forges cooperation with Timor-Leste’s Press Council

In 1998, a contingent of The Royal Thai Army joined the multi-national peacekeeping force set up by the United Nations in Timor-Leste (East Timor). It was tasked with restoring peace…

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Australia’s public broadcaster in leadership crisis after boss quits over political interference claims

Australia’s national public broadcaster is facing a leadership crisis following allegations of political interference. Justin Milne resigned as chair of the Australian Broadcasting Corporation (ABC) on Thursday, amid allegations he…

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