Pear Maneechote

Pear Maneechote is a Reporter at Thai Enquirer.
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Two more coronavirus cases discovered in Thailand; both in state quarantine

Thailand's government discovered, on Saturday, two additional cases of coronavirus infection. The new case was discovered among returning Thais isolated in...

Authorities orders removal of Prayut and Prawit from temple mural

A temple mural painting depicting Thailand’s prime minister Prayut Chan-ocha and deputy prime minister Prawit Wongsuwan as one of Lord Buddha’s many temptations has...

Thailand discovers one new coronavirus case in state quarantine

Thailand’s government said on Friday that it had discovered one new coronavirus case, bringing the total number of cases nationwide to 3,102

Clubs and bars to remain closed as schools take precedence

As infection rates continue to stabilise and Thailand begins easing its lockdown measures, Phase 4 will likely see schools reopening again, the...

As the rainy season approaches, concerns rise over dengue fever and malaria

Dengue fever is back and has already taken 11 lives in Thailand, raising concerns that the incoming rainy season will bring even...

Google Thailand celebrates Siam’s first ever female doctor

Today marks the 122nd birthday of Thailand’s first-ever female doctor -- and Google has dedicated a special doodle to celebrate her life and legacy...

54 undocumented Cambodian workers detained at Thai-Cambodia border

Thai officials at Sa Kaeo detained 54 Cambodian migrants being smuggled into Thailand on Thursday, local officials told Thai Enquirer.

Amnesty International urges Thai government to guarantee extension of SOE will not violate human rights

Amnesty International issued a statement on Thursday requesting the Thai government's guarantee that the extension of the State of Emergency (SOE) will...

Environmentalists warn that PM2.5 could return as country resumes normal activities

With the world in lockdown due to the coronavirus pandemic, nature is thriving. People living in the most polluted cities are experiencing...

AIS denies leaked records contain sensitive information; journalists and activists possibly at risk

Advance Info Service, Thailand's largest mobile operator, said that a database leak which released 8.3 billion internet records of millions of customers...

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Eight new coronavirus infections in Thailand; all in state quarantine

Thailand’s health ministry announced 8 new coronavirus infections on Sunday, with all new cases discovered in state quarantine for returning Thais from...

Two more coronavirus cases discovered in Thailand; both in state quarantine

Thailand's government discovered, on Saturday, two additional cases of coronavirus infection. The new case was discovered among returning Thais isolated in...

Authorities orders removal of Prayut and Prawit from temple mural

A temple mural painting depicting Thailand’s prime minister Prayut Chan-ocha and deputy prime minister Prawit Wongsuwan as one of Lord Buddha’s many temptations has...

Exclusive: AirAsia Group’s downsizing of employees will not impact Thai branch’s operation

A representative from Thai AirAsia (TAA) told Thai Enquirer on Friday that AirAsia Group’s plan to reduce its workforce will not affect...

Travel bubble negotiations being pushed by PM

Prime Minister Prayut Chan-ocha has instructed the Ministry of Tourism & Sports to prepare for “travel bubble” negotiations as they aim to...