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Criticising the government or Thai monarchy is generally punished with a lese majeste charge and time in prison as three critics discovered last week. Yet this week, Deputy Prime Minister Prawit Wongsuwan hailed Thai comedian Udom Taepanich’s satire adding that the funnyman’s criticisms of the government are not a big deal. Udom Taepanich, aka Nose Udom, is a Thai stand-up famous for his comedy series called Deaw (เดี่ยว), which means single. The show debuted in 1995 and there have been 13 shows in Deaw series. Deaw 13, available on the Netflix streaming service, was performed from June 10 to 19 […]

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