Seree Supratid, the flood trouble shooter, is back on Thai PBS, and for TV viewers, it can't be good news.
Frankly, it would be good news for all of us if the associate professor at Rangsit University's disaster management faculty could just sit back and concentrate on his teaching.
Don't get me wrong. I wholeheartedly respect his expertise. But the fact that he is back on the scenes means he has warnings in store for us. And doesn't his presence make Plodprasop Suraswadi, the country's controversial water manager, look rather redundant?
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