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  • Cat viciously attacks animal sculpture

  • Everyone’s a critic. The claws came out in Surat Thani, Thailand, when a cat pounced on a sculpture of an animal. The gray statuette, which appears to be of a koala wearing a face mask, was hissed at before the angry kitty attacked and knocked the piece of art off a table.   Subscribe to...
  • How a Buddhist Monk Turns Plastic into Robes in Thailand

  • Phra Maha Pranom Dhammalangkaro is a Buddhist monk leading a massive recycling effort in Thailand. Every month, 10 tons of plastic bottles fished from the ocean and discarded on land are delivered to his temple in Wat Chak Deng, and the waste is repurposed into monastic robes. See how the project benefits both the environment and the economy.
  • Why Thailand isn't opening to international tourists yet

  • With news that many countries in Europe are reopening to tourism in time for summer, travelers with their sights set on Asia are anxiously awaiting word on when they'll be given the green light to visit their favorite destination.
  • Massive beer truck crash attracts locals to help with ‘cleanup’ efforts

  • Rubbernecks on the road couldn’t keep their eyes — or hands — off this highway crash. A stalled semitrailer truck carrying thousands of cans of Leo lager in Chumphon, a Thai province on the Malay Peninsula, attracted hordes of locals to the site of the accident, who came to lend a hand with cleanup by...

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