BANGKOK — A military unit overseeing motorcycle taxi services will encourage riders to register with private ride-hailing applications to ease conflict while new rules are being written.
BANGKOK — City Hall officials said Wednesday they will investigate the administration and funding of a downtown cultural venue that it recently threatened to take over, prompting a public backlash.
BANGKOK — A disabled activist Thursday welcomed City Hall’s budget approval to add more elevators to BTS Skytrain stations.
BANGKOK — We're live from Thammasat University where protesters have gathered on the eve before the fourth anniversary of the military coup. A rally is planned to depart Tuesday toward Government House. Staff Reporters Teeranai Charuvastra, Chayanit Itthipongmaetee, Jintamas Saksornchai and Editor Todd Ruiz are at the site.
BANGKOK — A McDonald’s branch in downtown Bangkok abruptly closed down Saturday hours before anti-coup protesters were set to converge there on the anniversary of a crackdown that resulted in dozens of deaths.
BANGKOK — Motorcycle taxis Thursday converged on the Bangkok headquarters of the largest ride-hailing service to demand it cease operating in violation of the law.
BANGKOK — City officials must join the disabled activists suing them on a court-ordered inspection of BTS stations as part of a class-action lawsuit, one of the plaintiffs said Wednesday.
BANGKOK — Hours after prominent artists lent their voices to demands City Hall drop plans to seize control of a downtown arts venue, the governor who wanted to turn it into a coworking space caved in Tuesday afternoon.
BANGKOK — About two dozen artists and enthusiasts of a downtown public cultural venue submitted a formal complaint to the junta leader Tuesday demanding the provincial governor abandon plans to take it over.
BANGKOK — A commercial building owned by a disgraced police official that hovered over a canal in northern Bangkok was being demolished Monday for trespassing on public property.