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53-year-old British Father Faked his Own Death

  Stephen Kellaway looks like just another ageing hippie enjoying the relaxed Thai lifestyle. In fact, he is a middle-class British psychologist who officially died almost two years ago. Stephen Kellaway 53-year-old father of two faked his death during a family trip to Moscow, where his wife had breast enlargement surgery, to avoid jail for […]

July 30th, 2011 | Posted in Tourist in the News | Read More »

Northern Provinces Brace for Deadly Tropical Storm ‘Nock-Ten’

  Thailand’s northern provinces on Saturday are in preparation for possible floods from the upcoming tropical storm ‘Nock-Ten’ which is forecast to move into Thailand after making landfall in Vietnam tonight. In the lower northern province of Phichit, Governor Suwit Watcharotayangkul visited riverside areas and monitored water level in two major waterways: the Yom River […]

July 30th, 2011 | Posted in Chiangrai News | Read More »

Myanmar Representatives asked Thai government to Shut Refugee Camps

Thailand Myanmar authorities asked for the suppression of dissidents based in Thailand’s northern border, according to Samart Loifah, the governor of the northern province of Thailand, said Thai authorities to deal with dissidents “to bomb “and the leaders of the Karen National Union, the largest rebel group fighting for ethnic autonomy. Myanmar has been plagued […]

July 30th, 2011 | Posted in Chiangrai News | Read More »

Monkey Bottle Feeds Tiger Cubs in Thailand

A two-and-half-year-old male chimpanzee named Dodo has been feeding the cubs every day for more than a year at the Samut Prakarn Crocodile Farm and Zoo. Dodo’s trainers at the zoo around 25 miles south east of Bangkok in Thailand initially just wanted to challenge the chimp. Since he showed no fear of the tiger […]

July 30th, 2011 | Posted in News | Read More »

Full Moon Beach Parties in Thailand

  At some point in that wild night of twirling fire and thumping techno and sand down the pants, we’d separated, going about our merry ways into the bright Thai night. So it was something of a surprise to rub my eyes the next morning as the sun was cracking the horizon, and peer into […]

July 29th, 2011 | Posted in Expat Life,Tourist in the News | Read More »

Drogba’s Fight against Malaria

  After six years in dealing with cold winters of England, a tropical disease was the last thing you prone to injury Chelsea striker Didier Drogba would keep thinking outside the Premier League. As for malaria last year, Drogba’s fight against the disease has moved from Chelsea treatment room to the jungles of West Africa, […]

July 29th, 2011 | Posted in Sports | Read More »

Porsche Taxi in Bangkok

Although it might be a surprise or even shock, the lovers and owners Porsche Boxter model is used as a taxi in Thailand. While on trips to New York with the Ford Transit Connect taxi or Nissan NV2000, a Porsche Boxter in Thailand has become a yellow cab. The U.S. 202.000 supercar U.S. dollars drawn […]

July 29th, 2011 | Posted in Automotive,News | Read More »

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