Which is ironic considering the Chinese movie "Lost in Thailand" help set off the massive increase in tourism in the first place. The year after the 2012 movie, Chinese tourism to Thailand increased over 65%. The fact it really wasn't a good movie was beside the point (I got to see it on the plane over a few years later).
That aside, it's like McTavish said. This is an internal Chinese issue tied to its economy and has little to do with Thailand.
You are so right. The emphasis now is on buy Chinese, visit China. It is no different than other counties who want their people to buy local.
Fashion crimes: The Pattaya stained singlet, ill fitting cargo shorts and worn out flip flops
Food Crimes: The failure to use real cream in pastries. There is an over reliance on whipped oils. The audacity to call generic noodles with ketchup sweet tomato sauce a pasta dish. And the biggest food crime: Thai style pizza.
My pet peeve crime: The transport ripoffs, in taxis, tuk tuks and on some buses.
Thats not true. I just told you to post it in the visa section. or another section as my section is not for this purpose. I also offered my help. I was kind enough to leave your first post up in my section. This is the last time I am going to tell you. You are free to post this in the visa section or another section unless the our partner the Thaiger tells you otherwise, but kindly leave me out of it. The Thai Legal Protection section is for legal questions for TLP to answer and not for warning others about what happened to you. Thanks again for your understanding in this matter. The above post will be edited to not include any reference about being berated by another attorney for posting in the Thaiger forum, as that is just false.
A quick look at the participants suggests that only some Christians qualified;
The colloquium was organized by the Dicastery for Interreligious Dialogue, together with the Catholic Bishops’ Conference of Thailand, two major Buddhist universities, a Buddhist monastic order, Bangkok’s Temple of the Reclining Buddha and a Thai foundation.
No indication of Protestant, or Eastern Orthodox participation.