Cambodia is angry. Not with the Thai people or the Government but with a Bangkok-based national English newspaper “The Nation” that is controlled by the Democrat Party, cronies and the Opposition Head. The Cambodian Government Foreign Ministry spokesperson, Koy Kuong said: The Nation has shot itself right in the foot… Full letter: The Nation 10-09-2013 Its […]
Prime Minister and Defense Minister Yingluck Shinawatra has made a renewed bid for national reconciliation and peace after minority Opposition leaders were involved in a series of street protests calling for a removal of democratic process and Government. Martti Ahtisaari, the 10th president of Finland and 2008’s Nobel Peace Prize laureate, founded the Crisis Management Initiative, […]
The ceremony was held on August 12, 2013 at Sanam Luang ceremonial ground in front of the Grand Palace.
In 2010, with the army crackdown and street protests in motion, Ms. Amara Pongsapich the Chairwoman of National Human Rights Commission (NHRC), presented flowers to the then-Prime Minister Abhisit Vejjajiva. Ms. Amara’s lack of neutrality has caused outrage among civil society, human rights defenders and the families of the victims who were killed by army […]
According to eye witnesses and news report, many of the white-masked protesters assaulted policemen who were assigned to protect the peace. Pepper spray was indiscriminately used against the authorities which also affected pedestrians and unprepared members of the movement. The white-masked protesters are anti-Government, have rejected the 2011 electoral results, displayed violence and have been […]
Cargo ship operators proposed that the Government consider using Ayutthaya as an extension of the seaport where customs procedures could be conducted and goods transported via the Pasak river to container yards. The effective utilization of water way and upgrading systems may further increase economical outcomes. More on this story at CNN iReport
Update: June 18, 2013 The latest screen shot of my iReport CNN. Please visit my other two posts: 1. Thai Communists Petitioning Against Democracy 2. Armed Masked Demonstrators in Bangkok TQ ka. — In my iReport CNN, I said: Many Bangkokians would not call it an invasion, and with the 700 policemen on duty to supervise […]
The Maldives President, Mohammed Waheed Hassan Manik, hosted a dinner to honor the Thai Prime Minister, Yingluck Shinawatra. More news on my CNN iReport.