Artikel tagged “mental-health”

  • Foreign man crushed under Bangkok bus in apparent suicide

    Foreign man crushed under Bangkok bus in apparent suicide

    “The man was wearing a T-shirt and shorts and had no identification documents.” A western man, at this stage unidentified, was hit and killed by a bus in Bangkok’s Phra Nakhon district.

  • UWC Thailand presents free screening of “SCREENAGERS”

    UWC Thailand presents free screening of “SCREENAGERS”

    In keeping with UWC Thailand’s (UWCT) commitment to helping students, parents and the wider community develop a ‘Good Heart, Balanced Mind, Healthy Body’, the school is hosting a complimentary showing of the internationally acclaimed film ‘ Screenagers ’ for families across Phuket on Friday, November 2 at 8:30am. In ‘Screenagers’, as with her award-winning documentaries on mental health, Physician and filmmaker Dr. Delaney Ruston takes a deeply personal approach as she probes into the vulnerable corners of family life, including her own, to explore struggles over social media, video games, academics and internet addiction.

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    Just one interview – Mu Pa 13 face the media tonight

    The 13 members of the Mu Pa Football Academy, now recovered after their rescue from the Tham Luang caves last week, will sit down for a tightly-controlled media conference this evening. “After the media conference, which will also be their last, they will return to their homes and try to live a normal life”, said the new Chiang Rai provincial Governor Prachon Pratsakun.

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    Chiang Rai: Mu Pa team pay tribute to Saman Kunan

    The Mu Pa Football players trapped in the Tham Luang Caves for almost three weeks paid tribute to the Navy SEAL who lost his life during the rescue operation. Wiping away tears, the boys wrote messages of thanks on a portrait of the former Navy SEAL Saman Kunan, who died July 6 during an operation to deliver oxygen tanks to the trapped teens and their coach. 38 year old Kunan ran out of air while underwater, an official said at the time.

  • Kamala man streams live video of his suicide

    Kamala man streams live video of his suicide

    A man shot himself, killing him instantly, while on a Facebook live video stream inside a bedroom in Kamala earlier today (Thursday).

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    Phuket Police hunt for the thief of the heroine statue sword

    A thief has stolen a sword which was part of a statue of the Phuket’s Heroines which was in a temple in Thalang. Read more HERE . Khon Prasong, who was a previous Thepkrasattri Mayor, says, “Muang Gomarapat Temple is an important place for Phuket people

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    Update: Man ‘dismembered ex-girlfriend’ – Bangkok

    By Kornkamol Aksorndech After a head and mutilated body parts were found in Bangkok’s north-eastern suburbs on Saturday morning police went to work to find the perpetrator of the crime. It took them less than 24 hours.

  • Woman rescued from lagoon in Srisoonthorn

    Woman rescued from lagoon in Srisoonthorn

    Thalang Police were notified of an incident at Bang Maruan Lagoon in Srisoonthorn by 61 year old Amnuay Imurai, who is a local security man, yesterday afternoon (May 15). Police and rescue workers arrived at the scene to find a woman age around 35, apparently drunk.

  • Frenzied passenger at Phuket airport

    Frenzied passenger at Phuket airport

    FILE PHOTO Phuket International Airport has issued an explanation letter today (January 7) regarding a video of a distraught naked man who went berserk in the international terminal. The South Korean passenger admitted that he had taken too much Viagra

  • Chamath Palihapitiya shades Facebook. And Facebook’s response…

    Chamath Palihapitiya shades Facebook. And Facebook’s response…

    A former Sri Lankan-born Facebook executive admits that he feels “tremendous guilt” over his work at the social networking service that he said was “ripping apart the social fabric of how society works”. Former Facebook vice-president for user growth Chamath Palihapitiya accused Facebook of “programming” its users and said he no longer uses the social media platform or allows his children to use it. “People need a hard break from some of these tools and the things that you rely on.