Crown Prince Vajiralongkorn rides a bicycle on Aug. 16, 2015, during a cycling event in Bangkok dedicated to his mother Queen Sirikit.

No one wants to read internet Top 10 lists anymore, so here’s an innovative look back at 2016’s biggest moments with lists of varying lengths.

People’s Choice: 11 Most-Read Stories

Real-world democracy had another rough year, but it thrived online with all the things to click. For better or worse, here are the stories you wanted to read the most.

1. What’s Canceled, Closed and Open in Bangkok During Mourning Period

Photo: John_DL / Flickr
Photo: John_DL / Flickr

 

2. Man Wins Desperate Struggle to Free Penis From Toilet Python

Photo: Karunakar Rayker / Flickr
Photo: Karunakar Rayker / Flickr

 

3. Horrible Discovery in Tiger Temple: Dozens of Dead Tiger Kittens

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Wildlife officials display dead tiger cubs recovered Thursday from the Tiger Temple.

 

4.  Crown Prince Vajiralongkorn Proclaimed King Rama X

Crown Prince Vajiralongkorn, who holds a rank in the Royal Thai Air Force, returns salutes from officials at the outset of Bike for Mom on 16 Aug.
Crown Prince Vajiralongkorn, who holds a rank in the Royal Thai Air Force, returns salutes from officials at the outset of Bike for Mom on 16 Aug.

 

5. Memes Take Flight Attendant’s Online Deception to New Heights

An image posted to Instagram by @ticha_ek, at left. At right, a parody created by the maker of popular web cartoon Jay the Rabbit.
An image posted to Instagram by @ticha_ek, at left. At right, a parody created by the maker of popular web cartoon Jay the Rabbit.

 

6. Gov’t Approves 10-Year Visas for Foreigners Over 50 

Foreign tourists relax on Pattaya Beach in a December 2014 file photo.
Foreign tourists relax on Pattaya Beach in a December 2014 file photo.

 

7. Pratunam’s Flashy, Trashy Fashion to be Swept Away

A pedestrian walks through stalls specializing in apparel and fashion items in Bangkok’s Pratunam area. Photo: Jef1947 / Flickr
A pedestrian walks through stalls specializing in apparel and fashion items in Bangkok’s Pratunam area. Photo: Jef1947 / Flickr

 

8. Flight Attendant Kowtows on Floor to Irate Passenger

Flight attendants in an image posted by training school Skycoach Maam. Photo: Skycoach Mam / Facebook
Flight attendants in an image posted by training school Skycoach Maam. Photo: Skycoach Mam / Facebook

 

9. Siam, Silom, Sukhumvit Street Markets Shut Down

Street stalls at Silom night market. Photo: Tourism Authority of Thailand
Street stalls at Silom night market. Photo: Tourism Authority of Thailand

10. Prem Assumes Regency Over Thailand’s Empty Throne

Leaders of the junta meet Gen. Prem Tinsulanonda at his residence yesterday
Leaders of the junta meet Gen. Prem Tinsulanonda at his residence yesterday

 

11. Thai University Students Cosplay as Red Guards and Nazis, Again

Silpakorn University students in Bangkok dress recently as Mao Zedong’s Red Guards from the bloody Cultural Revolution in the 1960s. Photo: Washirawit Santipiboon / Facebook
Silpakorn University students in Bangkok dress recently as Mao Zedong’s Red Guards from the bloody Cultural Revolution in the 1960s. Photo: Washirawit Santipiboon / Facebook

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Least-Read Stories

Were the internet less democratic, it would be less clogged with kitten videos and one weird tricks. Here are a few of the stories we knew wouldn’t win the most clicks but still needed to be told.

1. At Last, Medical Care for Trans Men at First Clinic in Asia

Kanattsanan 'Mukk' Dokput receives a tattoo in February representing the testosterone molecule to signify his transition to a male identity. Photo: Watsamon Tri-yasakda
Kanattsanan ‘Mukk’ Dokput receives a tattoo in February representing the testosterone molecule to signify his transition to a male identity. Photo: Watsamon Tri-yasakda

 

2. Broken Promises: BTS Still Off Limits to Disabled

Disabled rights activist Manit Inpim, who spearheaded efforts to make the rail system accessible with Transportation for All, talks to Deputy Bangkok Gov. Amorn Kijchawengkul on Jan. 21 at BTS Phrom Phong in Bangkok.
Disabled rights activist Manit Inpim, who spearheaded efforts to make the rail system accessible with Transportation for All, talks to Deputy Bangkok Gov. Amorn Kijchawengkul on Jan. 21 at BTS Phrom Phong in Bangkok.

 

3. Injustice Echos From All Sides Two Years After Koh Tao Murders

A memorial for David Miller, 24, and Hannah Witheridge, 23, as seen on Koh Tao on Sept.18, 2014.
A memorial for David Miller, 24, and Hannah Witheridge, 23, as seen on Koh Tao on Sept.18, 2014.

 

4. Angry Victims and Families of Erawan Shrine Bombing Still Wait for Justice 1 Year Later

Security officers inspect the blast site at Erawan Shrine on Aug. 17, 2015, in Bangkok.
Security officers inspect the blast site at Erawan Shrine on Aug. 17, 2015, in Bangkok.

 

5. Watchdogs ‘Too Late’ to Stop Media Spellbound by Slow-Motion Suicide

Wanchai Danaitamonut points a gun to his head during police investigation.  
Wanchai Danaitamonut points a gun to his head during police investigation.

 

6. Vanishing Bangkok: What is the Capital Being Remade Into, And For Whom?

Members of the Pom Mahakan community and their supporters lock arms together Sunday in a symbolic show of opposition to eviction by the city. Photo: Matichon
Members of the Pom Mahakan community and their supporters lock arms together Sunday in a symbolic show of opposition to eviction by the city. Photo: Matichon

 

7. Monopolyland: Can Thailand’s Markets Ever be Fair?

 

8. Thammasat Massacre Relived in 40 Years of Arts & Culture 

Photo: Chumpol Kamwanna / Courtesy
Photo: Chumpol Kamwanna / Courtesy

 

9. The Balcony Did It? Why Thailand’s Falling Deaths Raise Eyebrows

Bangkok's Sathorn Unique Tower, aka the Ghost Tower. Photo: Side Guacamole / Flickr
Bangkok’s Sathorn Unique Tower, aka the Ghost Tower. Photo: Side Guacamole / Flickr

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