Ex-Democrat MP orders Thai mob to attack Nick Nostitz

Violence against journalists is an attack on accountability. That was what happened today. A German freelance journalist was attacked by the Democrat-led mob in Bangkok. Recommended Read: CNN iReport news. Democrat MP, Chumpon Junsai (Suthep’s close aide), announced on stage that Nick Nostitz is “Reds journalist” & urged crowd to kick him out — Sunai […]

CNN Leading Women: Yingluck Shinawatra

Thai Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra was featured in CNN’s Leading Women. A must-see segment to understand the profile of the first woman Prime Minister and Defense Minister of Thailand who works tirelessly for her people across the divide. People don’t expect you to play the politics. People expect you to run the country with the […]

Yingluck’s European tour starts with Switzerland

Switzerland and Thailand have enjoyed close relations for more than 80 years. Thailand is home to Asia’s largest Swiss expatriate community and is a favorite destination for Swiss tourists. Recommended read: CNN iReport Switzerland is the first stop on Thai Prime Minister Yingluck’s trip through Europe, from where she will continue to Italy.  

Water Cooperation Conference in Tajikistan

Thai Prime Minister and Defense Minister Yingluck Shinawatra arrived in Tajikistan’s capital of Dushanbe on Monday to attend the ‘High-Level International Conference on Water Cooperation’ at the invitation of President Emomalii Rahmon. Yingluck meets with President Rahmon, as well as the Parliament president and the Tajikistan Prime Minister. The two countries will also sign an […]

Thai Commander-in-Chief welcomes Yingluck to Army HQ

Commander-in-Chief, General Prayuth Chan-ocha welcomed Prime Minister and Defense Minister Yingluck Shinawatra to the Royal Thai Army Headquarters in Bangkok. Check out my iReport and photos on CNN.  

V for Thailand attacks the police and each other

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 […]

Updates about CNN iReport “Anti-Democracy Movement in Bangkok”

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 […]

Pongsapat: Better Sanitation, A Better Bangkok

Governor candidate, Pongsapat Pongcharoen wasted no time after drawing his election number 9, which is considered by many as a good sign. On Tuesday, he promised to work towards the upgrading of public sanitation in the city. Pongsapat had promised to cater to the concerns of Bangkokians and tourists on the neglected matter of the […]

Camaraderie: Bangladesh and Thailand

Yingluck Shinawatra’s visit to Bangladesh proved to be beneficial for both countries particularly in enhancing the relationship with Thailand’s western neighbor. She has been on a whirlwind tour of many nations with the aim to solidify Thailand’s interest in a mutually beneficial commerce and exchanging of expertise in areas of agriculture. Have a peek at […]