Stories By Panu Wongcha-um
124 Jul 2016 Sun
A medical staff member from Chulalongkorn Hospital told Channel NewsAsia on Saturday that the Singaporean suffered from internal bleeding, but her condition is not critical.
202 Jul 2016 Sat
How do Muslim communities around Asia celebrate the holy month of Ramadan? Panu Wongcha-um visited the Haroon community, located in the heart of the Thai capital, to find out.
327 May 2016 Fri
“We want to make it a spectacle by combining the best of the sports world and the music world,” said the co-organiser of the ONE: KINGDOM OF CHAMPIONS event, to be held on Friday (May 27)
426 May 2016 Thu
The abbot, Phra Dhammachaiyo, faces charges of money laundering and receiving illegal donations worth US$34 million.
521 May 2016 Sat
May 22 marks two years since the Thai military took over the country in a coup d’etat, saying the intervention was necessary to prevent a civil war. The military's leaders also said they would bring about reconciliation while in power. Channel NewsAsia looks at the process so far.
615 May 2016 Sun
Bangkok's Metropolitan Police are upgrading their crime-fighting database with the help of the New York City Police Department, the first such cooperation between the NYPD and an Asian police force.
704 May 2016 Wed
Thai Prime Minister Prayut Chan-ocha says the press has enough freedom and urged the media to help bring stability to the country.
827 Apr 2016 Wed
Thailand’s Election Commission files first formal charge under new referendum laws while the number of detentions of activists increase ahead of the Aug 7 vote on the draft constitution.
919 Apr 2016 Tue
Mr Wattana Muangsuk was summoned by authorities last week for criticising Thailand’s draft constitution on social media.
1018 Apr 2016 Mon
Wattana Muangsuk, who agreed to turn himself in on Monday, had earlier criticized Thailand’s draft constitution on social media.