Thailand Activists will Not let Panther Killer Walk Free

March 15, 2018

The CEO of Construction Company Italian-Thai Development has denied all charges of hunting a black panther in a wildlife sanctuary, says Deputy Police Commander Srivara, who is investigating the case. Activist groups nationwide have gathered at shrines to pray for justice and have painted portraits of the panther all over the country on public walls and […]

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Dissapointed Father of Medical Tourism Thailand

March 14, 2018

Thailand owes its influx of medical tourists to Dr. Zodak Lempert. Advising the board of Tourism from 2006-2009, it was his idea to bring together the medical industries of Thailand to boost tourism for the country. A Thailand divorce agreement is a contract entered into by divorcing couples who can agree on important issues such […]

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Fish still being Exported out of Fukushima

March 13, 2018

When word got out that Thailand has been the first country to receive fish imports from Fukushima, the public expressed their concerns. One person complained online comparing “Thais to guinea pigs in labs to test the impact of fish that might have been contaminated”. Earlier this month, the Independent reported on an investigation that found […]

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New Law Passes to Protect the Thailand Constitutional Court from Criticism

March 13, 2018

A new law had been introduced where those found guilty of criticizing the Thai Constitutional Court will be fined 50,000 baht and a month in jail. Critiques of the court are allowed however, if they involve rude, demeaning or threatening words than the critique is considered a crime. A Thailand divorce agreement is a contract […]

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