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Old 04-10-2009, 04:02 PM
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Old 04-10-2009, 04:04 PM
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hehe... sorry for off topic, so can we still wear RED t shirt for our outings in Malaysia?
What protest they are doing actually?
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hehe... sorry for off topic, so can we still wear RED t shirt for our outings in Malaysia?
What protest they are doing actually?
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hehe... sorry for off topic, so can we still wear RED t shirt for our outings in Malaysia?
What protest they are doing actually?
taksin's supporters.
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Old 04-10-2009, 08:37 PM
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Earlier it was the yellow shirt protestors against the democratically elected Takhsin govt, well!well ! now they have a 'copy cat' protest from the red shirt !!!. What goes round comes around !!
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Earlier it was the yellow shirt protestors against the democratically elected Takhsin govt, well!well ! now they have a 'copy cat' protest from the red shirt !!!. What goes round comes around !!
hope the rally will bring down thai baht.
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Hi guys,

I am a newbie here. Having read all the forum from members, I just wondered why nobody commented on those photos taken by Cheeseong. I think they were well taken and some were even dramatic. I would not dare to venture into such subjects as there is always a possibility of getting into trouble when the mob turns violent or the Police move in with tear gas. From an amateur point of view, Cheeseong should also be praised for his "bravery".
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Hi guys,

I am a newbie here. Having read all the forum from members, I just wondered why nobody commented on those photos taken by Cheeseong. I think they were well taken and some were even dramatic. I would not dare to venture into such subjects as there is always a possibility of getting into trouble when the mob turns violent or the Police move in with tear gas. From an amateur point of view, Cheeseong should also be praised for his "bravery".
Bro, Cheeseong photos was not bad...quite good tho.

But not too worry about the safety there...as long as the Red Shirt people didnt plan to do anything NASTY, the police there will keep cool only...

BTW, i was in Bangkok last week...the protestor was marching to Pratunam area...make all traffic stand still, yet, the polica do nothing.

Thailand is a peaceful
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Yup, Thailand is peaceful except some incident this afternoon. (http://thestar.com.my/news/story.asp...56&sec=apworld)

I was accompanied by the local Thai friend. Its quite risky to go there alone since I don't speak thai.
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Nice on the scene coverage. Thanks for sharing. Rather dangerous photography.
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