Freelance Reporter and Managing Editor of Milky Way Press.
Rebel with a cause Netiwit riles 'adults'
When I read a while back that Netiwit Chotiphatphaisal -- a young political activist, was going to Chulalongkorn University, it struck me as inconceivable.
What law enforcement?
If the victim were not a woman with a bright future and the culprit were not a policeman, the road accident on Jan 21 would have been worth at most of a few inches of coverage.
Our bloated bureaucracy bodes only ill
The government has grown ever larger over the past decade. The fact would be hailed as positive news if the affairs of governance were a private enterprise.
Wild Wild Web's pandemic of lies needs a vaccine
We have all encountered false information spread on the internet before.
Liberal immigration policies needed
An ageing population and low birth rate are twin social issues facing many nations.
Govt ill-prepared to tackle climate woes
One and a half hour's drive from Bangkok is Bang Ban district of Ayutthaya. Here, most of the rice fields and entire villages have been under water for the past couple of months.
Kids' books offer hope against tyranny
I just ordered a set of children's books on Wednesday. No, they are not for my children, both of whom are grown-up, although the publisher says they are suitable for people between 5 and 112 years old.
Police power must belong to the people
The case of a police officer brutally torturing a drug suspect, that has gone viral in a leaked video clip, is just an infected sore that happened to burst in public.
'Wall' against protesters doomed to fall
We're inching toward the day of reckoning, so it seems. Everyday there's a battle, and the Din Daeng Triangle is the battle ground. At least for the past several days.
Does govt fear 'fake news', or the truth?
Fake news is the virus of the internet. It grabs your attention and you tend to share it among your circle of friends, and some of your friends will do the same. Before long, it goes viral.