Video Story: Thailand does not need IMF help in its fight against contraction

Thailand said it will not need help from the IMF as the country reels from the effects of the coronavirus pandemic.

A brief video history of the red shirt protest

Here is a brief video of the red shirt protests from March - May 2010.

Our Video Story on Phuket Zoo controversy

Mythbusting the coronavirus outbreak with the EJF and Covid Relief

Courtesy of the Environmental Justice FoundationThere is a huge amount of information on the internet about the new coronavirus or COVID-19 going around.When we read this information...

Chiang Mai has a bigger problem than coronavirus

Our latest multimedia presentation.

Video story for Parliament protest; calls to change or amend constitution

Our video story from today's protest is out!The protesters marched on parliament to call on the government to redraft or amend the constitution, calling it undemocratic.

Oh My Codcast! Episode 4 – Patee Sarasin

Today, former Nok Air CEO Patee Sarasin joins the team at Oh My Codcast! to reminisce on the aviation industry and the challenges that he faced.Among the topics that we talk about...

SPECIAL REPORT – Smoke: A Crisis in Northern Thailand

The Air Quality Index rose past 200 once again in Chiang Mai on Saturday as famers in the surrounding hills continue to burn off land ahead of the growing season.We are releasing...

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The Bank of Thailand (BOT)’s Monetary Policy Committee (MPC) has unanimously voted to maintain the policy interest rate on Wednesday.

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[UPDATE-1] Representatives from the private sector expect a recession of at least 8 per cent in 2020

The Thai economy is expected to go into a recession of at least 7-9 per cent in 2020, the Joint Standing Committee...

#RIPWanchalerm trends on Twitter as activists allege that Wanchalearm is dead

A new hashtag, #ripwanchalerm, is now the number one trend on Twitter on Wednesday as netizens and the public claim that Wanchalearm...