FAR EAST CORRESPONDENT — Thailand’s Office of the Attorney General has made an example of four unruly street vendors, sentencing them to over a year in prison each for extorting money from a customer near the King Rama V Statue at Bangkok’s Royal Plaza.
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Hundreds Dead in Floods
FAR EAST CORRESPONDENT — Eleven years ago, I took a boat ride from Siem Reap to Phnom Penh. Hot and stifling inside, the rear of the boat was uncovered and afforded a strong breeze and […]
The Latest Drug Route
FAR EAST CORRESPONDENT — Long-standing concerns that drug syndicates would exploit traditional people smuggling routes are now being realized. Indonesian authorities in particular are concerned that Iranian asylum seekers are being recruited into the drug trade. […]
Miniskirts Blamed For Rape …
FAR EAST CORRESPONDENT — Young women who wear miniskirts, especially in Phnom Penh, are responsible for causing rapes and traffic accidents, according to some Cambodians. Miniskirts have become so common in Phnom Penh that even […]
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