Remember the little stateless boy born to a family of Myanmar migrant workers in Chiang Mai who won Thai people’s hearts with his superb paper plane skills back in 2009?  Mong Thongdee became Thailand’s champion at the age of 12...
Mong Thongdee was nothing short of a national hero back in 2009 when he was just a 12-year-old boy. His paper plane skills won Thai people’s hearts and promises of Thai citizenship. But 9 years on, Mong remains a “stateless” man.
In a move to block what is seen by critics as an attempt to delay the general elections,  a member of the Pheu Thai Party this morning asked the Election Commission (EC)  to request the Constitutional Court to rule on...
Bangkok Expressway and Metro Pcl which operates the Blue Line subway is pondering whether it should double the number of seatless carriage to two for each train so there will be more standing room to accommodate more passengers during rush...
Thae Prakas-vudhisarn, a national artist in the field of performing art (movie and drama) in 1999 and well-known Thai film maker, died on Aug 12 at the age of 100, according to a release of the Thai Film Archive. He...
The death toll in the recent earthquakes in Lombok, West Nusa Tenggara, has increased to 436 as of today, according to the National Disaster Mitigation Agency (BNPB).   "The victims in the figure are those recorded by village heads and...