He’s everywhere, on all television channels and on all fronts. From Saudi refugees to Chinese call centers, to tourists overstaying their visas, he combines caps, hard-hitting operations and shattering statements.
Thai people are connected to the internet for over 9 hours a day, and half of them go online using their cell phones. The most visited sites are Facebook, YouTube and Line, a South Korean company based in Tokyo and subsidiary of internet giant Naver.
Hot off the success of the exhibition in Siam Paragon and the Bangkok Art and Culture Center (BACC), #DontTellMeHowToDress is taking on the capital city’s universities. A wonderful occasion to meet the one who started this campaign, Cindy Sirinya Bishop.
Eleven years after it was founded, the Southeast Asia volume published each year by the Research Institute on Contemporary Southeast Asia (IRASEC) has earned its stripes. Containing a collection of thematic articles on the region, it has become an essential reference work. Here’s why.
Founded in 2012 by Panya Sayavongsa, one of the instigators of the Joomla CMS interface and author of numerous books and articles on coding and web security, Pimclick is defined as one of the most creative agencies in Bangkok. Latitudes met Panya to talk about...
When learning thai coming from a western language, one of the first difficulties are the tones. This new mobile app can help you to read the thai language correctly but most of all, it will help you pronounce everything correctly!
In a country where 60% are under age 30, education and professional training are key. We talked with the director of the Vocational Training Center at Happy Chandara School, helping Cambodian girls from humble families to become qualified hair stylists.