Thais Will Soon Have to Pay 450 Baht to Register Their Pets

A new law passed by the ruling junta will require pet owners living in Thailand to register their furry friends with the government and pay an accompanying fee of 450 baht. Government spokesman Sansern Kaewkamnerd […]

Five Years After Authorities Killed ‘Silk Road’, Drug Sales Still Booming on the Dark Web

Five years ago the FBI arrested Ross Ulbricht and shut down his gigantic dark web drug marketplace “Silk Road”, but despite that, drug sales have never been higher on the deep web. At its height, […]

Unsafe Abortions Still a Massive Problem in Thailand

Over 200,000 Thai women undergo unsafe abortions every year in the Southeast Asian country, with many facing health complications after the fact–some even dying. Current Thai law allows women to get a legal abortion in […]

US Pushing Thailand to Allow Foreign Worker to Unionize

The United States is calling on the Thai government to allow foreign workers to set up labor unions, stating that the move is to to protect the rights of migrants in Thailand. Under existing Thailand […]

Maya Bay, Arguably Thailand’s Most Famous Beach, Shut to Tourists Indefinitely

Maya Bay, a tourist hotspot in Thailand which drew over 5,000 tourists per day, was closed indefinitely this week after the Thai Department of National Parks, Wildlife and Plant Conservation said the vegetation, fish, and […]

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