Cesar Cernuda, the President of Microsoft Asia Pacific, paying a courtesy call to Thai Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra at the Government House in Bangkok.
2013 WORLD PRESS FREEDOM INDEX: DASHED HOPES AFTER SPRING “The Press Freedom Index published by Reporters Without Borders does not take direct account of the kind of political system but it is clear that democracies provide better protection for the freedom to produce and circulate accurate news and information than countries where human rights are […]
Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra made an assessment of the flood situation today. The flight survey also included the Bangchomsri water-gate and flood-prevention facilities. According to sources, the premier intends to inspect other locations tomorrow as part of the government’s rapid intervention measures. All agencies, including the military, are in the midst of providing further aid […]
I was very impressed when I saw the high level of commitment to monitor, respond, intervene and evaluate the flood situation and impact. I have grown disillusioned with the local Thai press. There is too much gossips and hatred shown by chin-wagging Thais. Sad to say. But a fact. The Thai community is some places […]
Rumors, a frequent gossip interaction, and people exploring the juicy bits of Thailand and its politics. People are so dependant on information from informal channels that its difficult to separate the facts from the fantasy of the common man and the political trolls. We hear so many stories, ranging from the health of personalities to […]