Saritdet Marukatat

Digital Media News Editor

He is Bangkok Post's Online Editor and is in charge of all online content.

Saritdet Marukatat
14 Dec 2015

Khlong of dreams

The Kra Canal is probably the oldest project that never has started, but now it's China trying to keep it alive, even if it must resort to rumour.

14 Dec 2015 4
Khlong of dreams
7 Dec 2015

Thaksin's unwinnable battle

The early New Year's message from the man from Dubai wasn't for his military enemies, but a pep talk to convince followers the junta can't last forever.

7 Dec 2015 17
Thaksin's unwinnable battle
23 Nov 2015

Micro managing

One person complained and the coup commander started a campaign that blows those noisy disco rafts out of the River Kwai waters - figuratively of course.

23 Nov 2015 5
Micro managing
16 Nov 2015

The Zico solution

Kiatisak Senamuang breathed life into the moribund War Elephants and brought fire to the football pitch, why not let him try running stalled Thai Airways?

16 Nov 2015 5
The Zico solution
2 Nov 2015

44 harmful habits

The cabinet, unaware of its own addiction, sees Section 44 as a cure-all pill, and now the deputy transport ministers wants it for railway building.

2 Nov 2015 1
44 harmful habits
12 Oct 2015

Buses going bust

The national Transport Co and private tourist-bus companies are seeing shrinking profits and numbers of riders, mostly because of affordable flights.

12 Oct 2015 4
5 Oct 2015

Build it and they won't come

The State Railway has been running what is probably the world's most inefficient, costly airport check-in - but a textbook lesson for business students.

5 Oct 2015 6
21 Sep 2015

Educationally embarrassing

World university rankings show Chulalongkorn is our best at No.253, clearly a homework assignment for rectors and dons: "Where will we go from here"?

21 Sep 2015 11
7 Sep 2015

Kumamon has the answer

Cure for the spotty successes and occasional failures of the one-village, one-project (Otop) programme lies in its origin, Oita prefecture, Japan.

7 Sep 2015 1
24 Aug 2015


Among officials leaping to a conclusion was Deputy PM Prawit Wongsuwon, but his claim the bombing was a political act seems an attempt to limit fallout.

24 Aug 2015 3