Stories By Pichayada Promchertchoo
103 Mar 2014 Mon
Cambodia is expecting an influx of regional tourists next year when the ASEAN Economic Community is set in motion. But its government is concerned more sexual predators will be attracted to the country's infamous child-sex trade.
231 Jan 2014 Fri
Thais living in northeast Thailand, which is the stronghold of pro-government "Red Shirt" supporters, are adamant elections must go on, even at the risk of starting a civil war.
329 Jan 2014 Wed
Caretaker prime minister, Yingluck Shinawatra,faces impeachment and criminal investigations by Thailand's National Anti-Corruption Commission for her involvement in the country’s rice subsidy scheme.
427 Jan 2014 Mon
As the Thai capital continues to experience gridlock from political protests, the northern province of Chiang Mai is entertaining an influx of visitors who prefer to stay away from all the roadblocks and possible dangers the protests might bring.