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· November, 2009

Stories about Thailand from November, 2009

30 November 2009

Thailand: Former Prime Minister Passes Away

Samak Sundaravej — former Bangkok Governor, cooking show host, and Thailand's 25th Prime Minister passed away last November 24. Read the reactions from Bangkok bloggers and twitterers.

19 November 2009

Global Health: World Toilet Day Raises a Stink

While it may sound like a bad joke, today's World Toilet Day focuses on a not-so-funny issue impacting almost half the world's population -- a lack of toilets and sanitation.

15 November 2009

Thailand-Cambodia word war continues

Thailand-based bloggers react as the country’s former Prime Minister accepts a new role in neighboring Cambodia as economic adviser. Thai authorities are not amused. They accuse Cambodia of interfering on...

Thailand: Google logos

Thailand: “Demon” statues at airport bring bad luck

Thailand: House of Museums

Geocodes for Bangkok sub-districts

11 November 2009

Cambodian Ambassador sends protest letter to Thai newspaper

Thailand-Cambodia diplomatic row heats up

Thailand and Cambodia recalled their ambassadors. An energy exploration deal between the two nations was suspended. The issue is no longer confined to a border dispute. Check out the reactions...

5 November 2009

Thailand prison blog

4 November 2009

Thailand: Inside a Bangkok prison

Gary Graeme Jones is a prisoner in Bang Kwang Prison, Thailand’s high security prison for men. Gary’s letters and reports are published on a blog by his supporters. This blog...

1 November 2009

Thailand: Media and internet

TV documentary stirs debate on Thailand tourism

A TV documentary aired on British TV last September about some of the issues hounding Thailand tourism generated an intense debate in the cyberspace. Here is a sample of reactions...