Paula Simons Edmonton Journal 13.11.2008
Piyanart The Nation 12.11.2008
The Nation 11.11.2008
Andrew Pierce Telegraph 10.11.2008
The Queen's son and heir passes yet another milestone in his life this week when he becomes the first Prince of Wales to reach the age of 60 without becoming monarch. It was in January, when he passed 59 years and 74 days, that Prince Charles reached the same age as his great-great-grandfather Edward VII when he finally ascended the throne on the death of Queen Victoria in 1901. Prince Charles is well aware that his 60th birthday on Friday will merely underline in the eyes of the public the fact that he is the longest-serving king‑in-waiting in British history.
THANIDA TANSUBHAPOL Bangkok Post 10.11.2008
Sanitsuda Ekachai Bangkok Post 07.11.2008
Thanong Khanthong The Nation 07.11.2008
Ulrika Jonsson Daily Mail 06.11.2008
I WAS IN JAPAN from October 25 to 31, with other Asean journalists, on invitation from the private think-tank, Keizai Koho Centre. The trip was a good, first-hand experience and we learned that Japan is still Japan - a system of order, punctuality, efficiency, hard work, teamwork and social harmony.
Boonsong Kositchotethana Bangkok Post 05.11.2008
The Nation 04.11.2008
The Nation 01.11.2008
The Nation 29.10.2008
Fasten your seatbelt and prepare for the worst, because one hell of a storm is coming to Thailand. No, this is not entirely about the ongoing political crisis, although it is very much to blame. It's about something closer to Thais, who have been misled into thinking that picking yellow or red is a matter of life and death. When one million Thais lose their jobs at the same time, Thaksin Shinawatra's asylum controversy will look just like the circus it actually is.
WASSANA NANUAM Bangkok Post 24.10.2008
Supalak Ganjanakhundee The Nation 16.10.2008
The Nation 10.10.2008
Pornpimol Kanchanalak The Nation 09.10.2008
There are growing calls from all sectors urging Prime Minister Somchai Wongsawat to play his part in ending the crisis. After the tragic incident on Oct 7, several quarters of the society viewed that Somchai's virtual lameduck government must do something to end the current political crisis immediately.
WHEN this column goes to print, a coup-de-grace may or may not have been dealt to end the riots in the streets of Bangkok. Sooner or later, everything comes to an end, but to what end? When all sides of the conflict declare themselves a winner, it is bad news. That means they are likely to go at it again.
Suthichai Yoon The Nation 09.10.2008
Sanitsuda Ekachai Bangkok Post 09.10.2008
HE tried desperately to sell us his nice guy image. He even listed national reconciliation as a top priority item in his first speech. But when the real test came on Tuesday morning, Prime Minister Somchai Wongsawat proved he was not only ineffective, but also a cold-blooded, devil-may-care politician.
When the legendary newsman Sanpasit Viriyasiri tried to broadcast what was happening when the police and militia stormed Thammasat University during the October 6, 1976 massacre, he was immediately fired.
James Hamilton PHP 09.10.2008
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