Arthit runs Thai Netizen Network, a very interesting project that helps foster online freedom in Thailand. I’ve met Arthit for several times. This photograph was taken in Stockholm, Sweden. Arthit in Stockholm for Internet Freedom Forum
Tag / Thailand
In Amsterdam, coffee is cult A Starbucks Coffee outlet in Thailand This Starbucks Coffee Drive Thru store is located in between Bangkok and Phetchaburi province, Thailand Convenience is a key Inside Stockholm Arlanda Airport Starbucks Coffee has recently opened its very first store in Vietnam. Cambodia next?
China’s Censors Misfire in Abuse-of-Power Case “My father is Li Gang!” Thai Red Bull tycoon’s grandson arrested ‘after killing policeman in Ferrari’ The grandson of the Thai Red Bull energy drink tycoon allegedly killed a policeman while driving his gunmetal grey Ferrari through Bangkok in the early hours of the morning.
As Cambodia today celebrates its National Independence Day, a welcoming news for the nation is the visit to Phnom Penh of newly re-elected US President Barack Obama, which is officially confirmed by The Associated Press. Via AP: Obama to visit Myanmar, Cambodia, Thailand AP’s Jim Kuhnhenn wrote: Obama will also travel to Cambodia, a first […]
BlogFest.Asia ’12, which I co-organize, is taking place early November in Cambodia’s ancient town In 2009 I traveled to Hong Kong for the first Asia’s BlogFest and HKBloggerCon. For a regional event like this one in Hong Kong, a number of great speakers were lined up for bloggers from across Asia. Rebecca MacKinnon, a former […]
September 2010: With my friends, Phak Seangly and Kounila at Le Royal hotel, Phnom Penh, Cambodia. [I’m in the middle.] June 2010: With my Vietnamese fellows, Chiang Mai, Thailand. [I’m on the left.] December 2010: Kampong Chhnang province. Taken by: Eric Wang August 2011: With Sean McIntosh, spokesman for the US Embassy in Phnom Penh. […]
One of Cambodia’s anonymous blogs, DetailsAreSketchy.WordPress.Com, has left the blogosphere. In September last year I interviewed DAS the blogger behind this prominent, most read blog among expatriates living in Cambodia. “The good thing about a blog is that it can be anonymous and you still can be contacted,” says Gary Kawaguchi, a digital media trainer […]