7 Nov 2022
Despite mounting international pressure for energy companies to withdraw from Myanmar to prevent the ruling junta from filling its coffers and fuelling airstrikes on civilians, Thai PTT Group continues to own and operate natural gas fields in the country.
26 Oct 2022
Veteran journalist Patrice Victor went to Aceh, the only province of Indonesia where Sharia applies, taking you along with a squad of morality police to see how pious, public order is maintained in their ways.
26 Oct 2022
The disappearance of Khana Ratsadon, also known as the People’s Party, era art and architecture is well documented. However, recent research into AR modelling technology allows viewers to compare the past and present as never before.
21 Oct 2022
Thousands of Russians have packed their bags and left the country in response to President Vladimir Putin’s announcement of a limited draft of troops for Ukraine. Two Russians who fled to Thailand talk of their and their compatriots’ struggles to seek more peaceful pastures.
13 Oct 2022
For a few tense hours last week, Thai Senator Upakit Pachariyangkun was wanted for arrest in connection with an alleged drug trafficking and money laundering ring operating out of a casino in the Golden Triangle.
12 Oct 2022
Although citizen journalists are actively contributing to media information flows in Thailand, their role here remains a matter of debate between traditional media professional and advocates of citizen media
7 Oct 2022
A series of previously unpublished photographs of the 6 October 1976 Thammasat University massacre taken by Thai photographers working for newspapers at the time of the massacre is now on display in a new exhibition at the Kinjai Contemporary gallery.
7 Oct 2022
The debate following the dramatic amendment to the Student Loan Fund Act reveals the problem of student loans in relation to wealth inequality, access to education, and the current job market for recent college graduates.
30 Sep 2022
After two monarchy reform activists were freed from jail, they found themselves in a different kind of captivity. In exchange for their release, they must be confined to their home at all times, save for exceptional circumstances. Their isolation, enforced by constant surveillance, makes them the only known cases of house arrest in recent Thai history.
29 Sep 2022
Despite Thailand's long-standing commitment to a policy of Education for All (EFA) which allows stateless and migrant children to attend public schools, the children of illegal and impoverished Cambodian labourers are still being denied an education.
23 Sep 2022
In 2023 fiscal year, a number of agencies were allocated budget related to the monarchy, all of which total approximately 34.75 billion baht or 1.09% of the total national budget (3.185 trillion baht), divided into 16.92 billion baht in direct expenses and 17.83 billion baht in indirect expenses.
19 Sep 2022
The long and ongoing fight between the Migrant Workers Rights Network (MWRN) and the Thai government over the right to form a union is still not over. What changes could help ensure ethical workplace practices and improve the quality of migrant workers’ lives?