NotTheNation Compared To AIDS, Corruption, Panda Channel

“What has stood the test of time in this country is rather odd. Things like military coups refuse to go away, as do corruption, poverty, the Aids epidemic, the Panda Channel and NotTheNation.com.” Read the full book review here.

Supercar Drivers Demand Better Supercar Parking

THONGLOR – Bangkok’s elite automobile enthusiasts blasted the city’s insufficient supercar facilities, demanding an immediate increase in locations to park and display their immensely expensive cars. “I paid almost Bt30,000,000 for my Ferrari 458 Italia and I have hardly anywhere to show it off,” lamented Prakit “Jake” Limkulyoon, the son of a powerful hotel-owning family. “What’s... 

Stock Market Correction Delights Poorest, Stupidest Expats

BANGKOK – Last week’s near-100-point drop in the Stock Exchange of Thailand’s SET Index was greeted with great enthusiasm by the city’s many expatriates who possess neither investment income or knowledge of economics. “Finally, the house of (sic) cards that is the Thai economy is hitting the wall of reality,” claimed Gerald Kellermen, a British teacher who makes Bt42,000 a month, most of... 

Chinese Government Supporting Jeremy Lin This Week

BEIJING – The People’s Republic Of China is officially recognizing the existence of American NBA player Jeremy Lin this week, according to a short article from the state news agency Xinhua. The article shows a picture of the Houston Rockets point guard, and highlights his three consecutive games scoring over 20 points per game, strengthening his team’s playoff position. “Ethnic Chinese basketball...