Chinese Prime Minister Li Keqiang offered huge financial and technical support for infrastructure development projects in the Greater Mekong Sub-Region (GMS). The main proposals and projects: Five Chinese proposals on transport links, investment schemes,… Continue reading
Thailand’s Tourism Authority (TAT) says tourists can now travel “both day and night with safety at all times”. Rather than highlight its country’s beautiful natural landscapes or its innumerable architecturally aesthetic structures, the… Continue reading
What price the truth? In Thailand, eating a sandwich or reading a book can get you arrested. As George Orwell once said, in Southeast Asia, it’s all about the connotation. By Ezra Kyrill Erker … Continue reading
Thai troops clean sidewalks around Victory Monument, after efforts to deter anti-coup rallies at the site. The activity was assisted by police and the Ratchathewi district office.
THAILAND CRISIS TIMELINE SINCE 2013 Oct 31,2013: Protests break out against an amnesty bill, which critics said was aimed at allowing Thaksin – whose sister Yingluck Shinawatra is now in power – to return home… Continue reading
. Orders issued by the National Peace and Order Maintaining Council (NPOMC) following the May 22 coup announcement: Martial law is invoked nationwide; The current Constitution is abolished except Chapter 2, which pertains… Continue reading
Here’s a Great Lesson Why It’s Best to Keep the Military Out of Politics. The Thai military has carried out 12 coups since 1932 – and those are just the successful ones. For… Continue reading