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The Siamese Satirist: Rohingya refugees consider careers in sports and entertainment to gain Thai middle-class support

As the world's most persecuted minority group, having faced exile and genocide at the hands of the Myanmar government, Rohingya communal leaders...

New charity in Thailand boosting morale among frontline health workers with gourmet lunches

A new charity in Thailand is aiming to boost morale and reward frontline workers and doctors for their selfless contribution to Thai...

Thai K-Pop star Lisa from Blackpink defrauded by former manager of over 25 million baht

Lalisa "Lisa" Manoban from Korean idol group Blackpink was defrauded by a former manager of over 25 million baht, according to Lisa's...

Opinion: A blanket ban on E-Ciggs is unjust and unfair

Vaporizers and e-cigarettes have become very popular in Thailand prior to a ban by the government. Seeking to reduce vices in the...

The Siam Satirist: Government to disband Thailand’s National Anti Corruption Commission after Prawit acquittal

Thailand's government decided on Monday to disband the country's highest anti-corruption body after a ruling on Saturday which found Deputy Prime Minister...

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...

Covid Interrupted: How a family’s dream vacation turned into a covid-interrupted nightmare

Dillon Pienaar knew that there was a spreading virus in Asia and Europe but at the time his home country of South...

Environmental Justice Foundation working with locals in Thailand to make seas free of old fishing nets

The Environmental Justice Foundation is teaming up with local villagers throughout Thailand to recycle and reuse old discarded fishing nets to ease...

Grading Thailand’s 13 successful coups

Thailand has had 13 successful coups (and many more coup attempts) since the start of the 20th century. More than enough for...

Opinion: Destructive criticism of struggling English teacher says more about cyberbullies than Thai education system

When the Ministry of Education officially launched its online distance learning channel (DLTV) on Monday, the internet was not happy.

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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...