BANGKOK — It’s a known fact that the junta leader is a songwriter. But did you know he can also croon to Ed Sheeran, rap in Korean and cantar en espanol?
RAYONG — On Saturday, a week-old and barely floating baby porpoise bobbed ashore at Khlong Yai Beach, crying out for its mother.
“Thank you everyone for your support, and those who come from around the world to help me,” 13-year-old Sompong Jaiwong said from his bed.
BANGKOK — Tune in to an hour-long Q&A with reporter Jintamas “Tao” Saksornchai and editor Todd Ruiz of Khaosod English about their time in Chiang Rai province covering the Luang Cave Rescue.
MUKDAHAN — By day, he’s a manager at Charoen Pokphand or CP. By night – or his free days – he is an intergalactic Predator.
PATHUM THANI — When your eyes are way too big for your stomach, sometimes everything comes back out the way it came in.
BANGKOK — Take a photo with Choco the fashionista bear in her bedroom. Tell Cony the bunny to stop running around you and go dance in a corner for your amusement. See Moon dressed as an astronaut on a mission to explore, well, the moon.
BANGKOK — Black headphones with fluorescent blue, red and green lights change colors and music genres with the press of a button – and the crowd goes wild.
NAKHON PATHOM — Officers trundle into a cabin on a temple’s grounds at the crack of dawn, guns mounted and flashlights shining. When no one responds to their knocks, they sledgehammer two doors and catch a monk sleeping under a mosquito net.
BANGKOK — In a suburb in northern Bangkok, a man lives alone. It’s a large house, and he has suddenly found himself in it after seven years in a prison teeming with criminals.