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Skrevet d. 20-12-2019 08:50
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An alleged burglar's attempt to break into a house fell flat - when he slipped on the garden wall and landed on his face. The intruder climbed onto the concrete wall surrounding the house in Bangkok, Thailand last Thursday (12/12) night.

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Skrevet d. 26-12-2019 09:16
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Hvem kigger ikke på dejlige damermusic er det mon starten på den store umulige kærlighed

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‘Low Tech’ Builders On The Job

A group of shirtless and barefooted builders were spotted on Sukhumvit Soi 22 showing off their method of sinking concrete posts into the ground – balancing on a plank and jumping up and down.

A group of shirtless and barefooted builders show off their method of sinking concrete posts into the ground - balancing on a plank and jumping up and down. The lads were seen carrying out construction work at a posh private school on the Sukhumvit Road area of Bangkok, Thailand, on December 29. Seven of them balanced on the concrete post like a see-saw before jumping on it with all their weight to force it into the ground.

''It wasn't exactly high-tech,'' said the onlooker who filmed them. ''But it did get the job done. They must have saved money by doing it like that instead of hiring machinery.''


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Skrevet d. 12-01-2020 11:14
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A tire taxi driver takes a nap - sprawled across the boot of his car. The exhausted cabbie was seen relaxing on the busy Sukhumvit Road in Bangkok, Thailand, on Saturday (Jan 4) night.

The filmer said: ''The guy was so still, that at first I thought he had a problem. Then he started moving and I realised he was just having a kip. This was one of the busiest, nosiest parts of Thailand. He looked like he could sleep through an earthquake.''



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Skrevet d. 19-01-2020 10:04
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Farmer Grows Pink Rice Plants

A young farmer was delighted after spending three years to successfully grow pink rice plants.

Agriculture graduate Chaturong Chompusa, 31, quit his office job to help on his family’s farm in Phitsanulok, northeastern Thailand.

He bought Riceberry seeds from Kanchanaburi province in 2013 but in 2016 there was a pink mutation, which caused the normally-green rice plant stems to turn pink.


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Skrevet d. 04-02-2020 09:49
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Hvad er klokken i Thailand ved ikke





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det nye thailandske ur music

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Skrevet d. 05-02-2020 08:41
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Medarbejdere hos Thailands svar på Fødevarestyrelsen kunne dårligt tro deres egne øjne, da de tirsdag 27. januar kom på besøg på en fødevarefabrik i den nordøstlige provins Nong Khai.

Her stødte man nemlig på en flok ansatte, der brugte munden til at afbene hønsefødder fremfor en tang, skriver blandt andet thailandske Khaosod og Daily Mail.

Da man undersøgte den uhygiejniske behandling nærmere, viste det sig, at de ansatte have fået forbud mod at bruge en tang til afbening, da det ifølge fabrikkens ejer går 'fem gange hurtigere', når man bruger munden.

Kyllingefødder er en populær spise i det sydøstlige Asien, og guvernør i Nong Khai-provinsen Ronnachai Jitwiset frygter nu, at den uappetitlige afbeningsmetode er vidt udbredt. Derfor har han nu iværksat en undersøgelse af andre fabrikker i området.

- Man kan få utallige bakterier ind i munden, eller de kan spredes fra munden til kyllingefødderne, og vi kan ikke risikere at ansatte eller kunder bliver syge, siger guvernøren, der oplyser, at der ellers ikke var noget at kritisere under kontrolbesøget.

- Vi kiggede rundt på fabrikken, og der var rent og ryddeligt, men vi har beordret dem til at holde op med at bruge munden til at behandle maden med.

Et spørgsmål om tid og kvalitet
Ifølge fabrikkens ejer, 31-årige Nongluck Payakphrom, drejer det sig ikke kun at spare tid, men også om at levere et kvalitetsprodukt til kunderne.

- Da jeg først åbnede min forretning, brugte vi tang til at afbene hønsefødderne med, men det tog fem minutter pr fod, hvilket er for lang tid, og kunderne kunne ikke lide slutproduktet, fortæller fabriksejeren, som dog er lydhør overfor en ændring af metoderne på fabrikken.

- Fabrikken er lukket, indtil de ansatte kan bruge tang til at behandle fødderne lige så godt, som når de bruger munden, lyder det fra Nongluck Payakphrom

Kyllingefødder bliver for det meste kogt og brugt i nudelsupper eller stegt i olie og serveret som snack.

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Skrevet d. 06-02-2020 10:51
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Stray Dogs Attack Parked Car

A woman shopping at a local market was shocked when she returned to find the front bumper torn off her car and wires hanging out everywhere.

Thinking is was teenage vandals, she asked a local shop keeper with CCTV but there was no need to check the footage as he’d seen a pack of wild dogs attack her car.

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Skrevet d. 06-03-2020 08:31
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Skrevet d. 17-03-2020 16:31
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The Tourism Authority of Thailand (TAT) has launched a “Better Together” video to cheer up the world during the current Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) pandemic.

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Skrevet d. 22-03-2020 08:54
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kø kultur kat

A stray dog waits patiently to receive food from a canteen on a university campus in Maha Sarakham, north eastern Thailand.

Footage from March 6 was taken by collage student, Suchanya Luecha, while she and her group of friends were eating their lunch.

The video shows the mutt is staring at the food server before one kindhearted student gives it snack, while another dog was waiting in the queue.

Suchanya said: "The dog has been taken well care by food sellers on campus. Everyone loves him and feeds him every time he asks for food."

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Skrevet d. 26-03-2020 15:21
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A cafe is using a clever pulley system to follow social distancing rules while serving customers during the coronavirus outbreak.

The owner of the coffee shop in Bangkok, Thailand, started using the rope and carts earlier this month as the country's Covid-19 cases reached more than 300.

It allowed them to follow the government's social distancing guidelines for people to maintain 1.5 metres away from each other and limit physical contact.

With cases in the country continuing to increase and reaching 1,045 today (March 26), the cafe's pulley system has proved to be an intuitive prevention measure.

They can now continue to operate their takeout business while reducing the risk of customers and staff contracting the disease through physical contact.


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Skrevet d. 28-03-2020 08:58
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Husk at holde afstand i disse tider, Se denne munk har styr på tingene



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Skrevet d. 03-04-2020 13:38
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Sådan !! 1-2 meters afstand klarer vi da nemt Thumb

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Skrevet d. 09-04-2020 08:23
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Thais Hang Holy Basil Outside Homes To 'Stop Covid-19'




Residents in a village in Thailand are hanging pieces of holy basil outside their homes to protect them from Covid-19.

Footage from Thursday (April 2) afternoon shows locals in Khon Kaen, northeast Thailand, collecting the herbs and hanging them on properties and gates.

The sub-district deputy governor Surasith Nanrueng said this is a traditional method that people in the area have used for hundreds of years when diseases are spreading.
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Wat Pho Nimit in Thon Buri district of Bangkok is one of the many temples offering help to people facing a crisis because of the coronavirus pandemic.


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Skrevet d. 16-04-2020 11:00
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//UNOFFICIAL// 'WE WILL SURVIVE' by TG STAFF

With Thai Airways flights grounded until the end of May, staff and crew members
have plenty of time on their hands and have made good use of their free time to
send out this positive message with a Thai twist.


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Skrevet d. 21-04-2020 16:51
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Inside A Government Covid-19 Quarantine Facility

Thailand is requiring all returning citizens to undergo 14-day quarantine as the country tries to stem the spread of Covid-19 infections.

Charles Dharapak recently finished mandatory isolation after he returned from abroad, and shared his experience staying at a temporary quarantine facility at the Royal Thai Air Force Flight Training School in Kamphaeng Saen, Nakhon Pathom.

Scenes from a Thai government Covid-19 quarantine facility: barracks living, but great Thai food


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