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Social media erupted with controversy when a provocative, scantily-clad young woman, followed by over 200,000 people on Facebook, posted suggestive, racy images of herself with the monument of King Rama I, the Great Statue of King Buddha Yodfa Chulaloke, in the background. Her caption, “Please come visit my city,” quickly drew criticism, particularly from the … …

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Nothing will change as long as the boob shaking and butt exposing actions are there to promote business....

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The situation underscores the delicate balance between social media expression and cultural sensitivity.

Except that there was no "social media expression". She was advertising "product and services". 10 baht a dozen on FB and Line. 

I love how "lenient" the articles are sometimes. Telling it like it is seems to be taboo in many places in Asia in fact.

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15 hours ago, MrStretch said:

Not my cup of tea.  Or milk.

You can only milk...cannot get tea. 😜

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