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Thailand’s CCSA and the Bangkok Metropolitan Administration will meet on Monday to decide (again) if Bangkokians can splash water during Songkran. This news comes after officials announced last week that Songkran will be dry for the third year in a row. That week, Thai officials said only traditional Songkran activities would be allowed. This included going to temples, praying, and pouring water on Buddhist statues as well as pouring water on each other and on the hands of elderly people as a blessing. The CCSA, however, encouraged festival observers to practice traditional activities without water, such as bowing to elders […]

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Let’s take a step back and think for a change. You need the governments permission to Splashwater? Really? Government should uphold the law and adults should be able to make their own decisions. Do you remember that day?


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