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Views from readers of the Bangkok Post

Our long-running daily Bangkok Post readers' forum which prints comments and ideas from our viewers. To send in your thoughts & ideas, email us at postbag@bangkokpost.co.th. All letter writers must provide full name and address. All published correspondence is subject to editing at our discretion.

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Postbag
14 Jun 2019

Ultras vs zombies

Re: "Calls for blood must be nipped in bud," (Opinion, June 12).

14 Jun 2019 14
13 Dec 2017

Graft fight tools needed

Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha's welcome and strong anti-corruption words must be backed by action...

13 Dec 2017
Graft fight tools needed
30 Sep 2017

Let's clear the air

As a way of highlighting the government's commitment to wealth and not health I would like to bring public attention to several recent articles printed in your fine newspaper.

30 Sep 2017
Let's clear the air
4 May 2016

Meth culture

MR Disnadda Diskul states Thailand can show a strong foundation to counter the world drug problem - but it has not countered Thailand's drug problem.

4 May 2016 2
Meth culture
3 May 2016

Dark tunnels

People have been promised better politics at every election, but no party or leader has actually cared for the quality of the minds of the electorate.

3 May 2016 1
Dark tunnels
2 May 2016

It's not unusual

This brutality against visitors is just one of the daily reports of tourists being murdered, robbed, stabbed, beaten and ripped off in Thai resorts.

2 May 2016 10
It's not unusual
29 Apr 2016

Tiger by the tail

By giving a zoo licence to the Kanchanaburi wat, the Parks Department puzzles many Buddhists who wonder whether every temple can branch out as a business.

29 Apr 2016 8
Tiger by the tail
28 Apr 2016

Phra Dammajayo's warrant

The 300 plus comments criticising the DSI on <i>Bangkok Post</i>'s Facebook post, mostly written in English by Thais, show an obviously orchestrated campaign.

28 Apr 2016
Phra Dammajayo's warrant
27 Apr 2016

Start with drunks

To fight road slaughter, drivers who are found to be just slightly inebriated should have their licences and vehicles confiscated for good.

27 Apr 2016 2
Start with drunks
25 Apr 2016

Thai-Myanmar switch

It took Myanmar five decades to learn that coups cannot curb corruption, steer the economy or create a better framework for cultivating democracy.

25 Apr 2016 4
Thai-Myanmar switch