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onsdag 23. november 2016

Livet i Thailand: En million baht pr natt

Source: (Thailandtidene is an norwegian newspaper that come out in thailand and this is their facebook account) Use google translate in the top to read more about this.

http://www.thailandstidende.com/component/k2/item/3116-livet-i-thailand-en-million-baht-pr-natt



 

Livet i Thailand: En million baht pr natt

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Skotske Ian solgte huset sitt på et forblåst sted i Skottland og bygde isteden nytt hus sammen med kjæresten Noi i vår nabolandsby. Han skrøt veldig av hvor billig det var i Thailand. Det var før han hadde kalkulert med hva slags kjæreste han hadde funnet seg.

Noi er en av nabolandsbyens velbemidlede damer. Hun har forstått verdien av å vinne menns hjerter – det være seg norske, skotske, thailandske eller andre nasjonaliteter. Ingen i vårt distrikt har helt oversikten over hennes mange erobringer.

Hun er nå en voksen dame, og folk i landsbyen synes hun burde begynne å se seg om etter en annen karriere enn å lete etter nye faranger i Pattaya. I landsbyen mener noen hun bringer skam, andre ser på henne med respekt, mens de fleste smiler og synes hun er god å ha – for å ha noen å sladre om.

Respekt får hun fordi hun har et flott hus. I moderne tider er hus blitt enda viktigere enn gullsmykker for å oppnå sosial anseelse. Hun bringer imidlertid også skam, for ingen av landsbyens eldre liker denne oppførselen, selv om de så gjerne vil at døtrene skal få seg både farang, hus og gull. Som rik farang er du nemlig svigermors drøm.

Hva som kommer først, hus eller ekteskap, er ikke lenger så viktig. Tidene har forandret seg betraktelig på disse trakter. I gamle dager måtte thailandske kvinner beskyttes av sine brødre. Dagens brødre kan være vel så interessert i å vokte over søstrenes rikdommer og deres evne til å dele dem med familien.

Noi måtte slite en del i Pattaya for å finne en egnet farang denne gangen, men hun fant til slutt en skotte. Hun var rask til å vise ham den vakre landsbygda – hvor sommerfugler leker i sollyset, frosker kvekker i kveldsmørket, og hvor kvinnene ikke oppfører seg usømmelig, men går i tempelet for å bringe munkene mat og lytte til deres formaninger om å ikke gi etter for sine lyster.

Skotske Ian fremsto som en god mann, raus både sosialt og utseendemessig, og han fant altså sin drømmekvinne i Noi. Han solgte huset på et kaldt og forblåst sted i Skottland og investerte i en tomt i vår nabolandsby. Etter hvert dukket det opp et hus på tomta. Det viste seg å ha kostet tre millioner baht. Ian syntes det var veldig billig. I Skottland villa han ikke fått noe som helst for den prisen, sa han.

Straks huset var ferdig kom han med fly til Smilets land. Det ble selvsagt innflyttingsfest hvor det bugnet av mat og drikke. Alle var glade – ikke minst fordi skotten ikke forsto hva som var innflyttingsfestens store snakkis: De to mennene som jobbet hardest for å se til at gjestene trivdes var nemlig henholdsvis Nois første kjæreste og hennes nåværende Poa Noi – elsker.

Etter festen ble Ian et par dager i landsbyen, men jobben kallet. Han måtte hjem, men han lovet Noi å sørge for at hun hadde råd til å være hjemme og se etter huset, lytte til froskene, se på sommerfuglene og gå i tempelet.
Ian var imidlertid en romantisk sjel. Neste gang han kom på besøk ville han overraske henne. Han ville komme uten å varsle sin ankomst. Han var ikke klar over at ingen kvinner liker slike overraskelser. For når mannen kommer etter å ha vært langt borte, skal hjemmet være rengjort. Det skal ikke være et støvkorn noe sted. Oppvasken skal være tatt, tomflasker fjernet og skapene tømt.

Det var det siste punktet som slo feil: Skjortene i garderobeskapet på soverommet var nemlig altfor små for Ian. De liknet mer på noe en ung og slank thaimann ville iføre seg…
I ettertid er det ingen i landsbyen som har sett Ian. Huset var riktignok billig etter skotsk standard, men det kostet ham en million baht pr døgn for de dagene han fikk sjansen til å bo der.

De fleste i landsbyen tok hendelsen med et smil. Noen følte vel litt ubehag, men er man oppvokst i en fattig landsby så vet man at noe av det viktigste i livet er å sørge for å ha «Sanook». Vi kaller det moro på norsk, men det er ikke helt dekkende.
For thaier er Sanook mye mer. Det dreier seg om å le, glede seg og nyte livet – ting som gjør hverdagen levelig for en fattig sjel. En kan ikke la moralske skrupler komme i veien for noe slikt. Lettlurte menn får ligge som de reder. Og kvinner som Noi får selv ta ansvar for sin karma – slik damer over hele verden gjør, inkludert i Bergen og resten av Norge.

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3-yr-old missing for six days discovered in forest

This is an older story, but i found it amazing.


Source:http://www.nationmultimedia.com/videoplay/8316

 

Missing for six days, Jetsadakorn Chaiyo, the three-year-old who disappeared from his family home last Wednesday, has been found safe but weak by volunteers with the Kusoldham Foundation after days lost in the forested hills of Wichit.


How could an 3 year old boy make it for 6 days alone, in the heat and without food. And in the forest ? 

Farmers in Cambodia create new tools to adapt to climate change

Source:
http://www.nationmultimedia.com/videoplay/8319

 

Rice Dragon is a weeding tool innovated by women farmers to reduce weeds in the rice paddy. In Cambodia, a majority of small-scale farmers has a total of a hectare of rice paddy or less. 

Using traditional method they cannot make many yields or benefits to support their family. But if they practice SRI and use Niek Srer (Rice Dragon), they can increase their products twice or even more. Weed management is a key challenge in rice farming in Cambodia. 

Traditionally, famers largely women have to bend over for days to remove weeds by hand from their fields. This is very exhausting, time-consuming, and ineffective. Seeing a potential increase in yields if the farmers use Niek Srer for cultivation, Oxfam has supported a marketing campaign to raise awareness of the product and get farmers to use it.

 Many poor farmers are very interested in Niek Srer after many marketing campaign has reached their villages as well as other villages across the country. Some farmers are so happy when Niek Srer is demonstrated in the rice field during the marketing campaign because they can see it makes the soil aerating and weed removing. So far, Niek Srer has been used by more 250 farmers across the country. 

Many of the users have claimed that if used properly, this tool can increase their yields by up to one tonne per hectare. This means the potential increase in the value of smallholder crops is very high, and this income can improve their livelihood and support the family needs. 

The only challenge for Niek Srer is farmers are required to change their traditional rice farming habit to cultivate rice using a method called System of Rice Intensification or SRI. ( Produced by Savann Oeurm and Music by Kevin Macleod)
 

Visa fees to be reduced to Bt1,000

Source: http://www.nationmultimedia.com/news/national/30300621




Visa fees to be reduced to Bt1,000

THAILAND WILL reduce its visa fees, including those for visas on arrival, for three months starting on December 1.

The move is intended to boost tourist arrivals, which is a key economic engine for the country.


“The fees will be cut to Bt1,000,” the Tourism Ministry announced yesterday.


This change was announced less than two months after visa fees were increased to Bt2,000 on September 27.


Thailand currently offers visas on arrival for citizens of 19 countries – Andorra, Bulgaria, Bhutan, China, Cyprus, Ethiopia, India, Kazakhstan, Latvia, Lithuania, the Maldives, Malta, Mauritius, Romania, San Marino, Saudi Arabia, Taiwan, Ukraine and Uzbekistan.

Thailand innfører 10-årsvisum for utlendinger over 50

Source:
http://www.abcnyheter.no/reise/2016/11/22/195258422/thailand-innfoerer-10-arsvisum-utlendinger-over-50

Thailand innfører 10-årsvisum for utlendinger over 50

Men, det er ikke alle forunt å kunne bytte ut det gamle, ettårige visumet.



Thailand innfører 10-årsvisum for 50+ for velstående utlendinger. Foto: Colourbox.com
Thailand innfører 10-årsvisum for 50+ for velstående utlendinger.


Siden starten av 1980-årene har turisme vært Thailands viktigste kilde til utenlandsk valuta, og mang en nordmann har forelsket seg hodestups i «smilets land». Som et ledd i å løfte frem Thailand som et sentrum for medisinske tjenester, har landets regjering godkjent et forslag om 10-årsvisum for utlendinger i alderskategorien 50+.

– Det nye 10-årsvisumet vil erstatte det gamle ettårige visumet og vil komme i to bolker på fem år, sier en talsmann for styresmaktene til nettavisen Khaosoden.
– Visumsøkere er forventet å være utlendinger som bor i provinser som Chiang Rai, Chiang Mai og Chonburi, legger talsmannen til.



Foreløpig er det ikke klart når den nye ordningen vil tre i kraft, men de som har det må fremdeles sjekke inn hos immigrasjonskontoret hver 90.dag.

Ifølge Khaosoden vil det foreligge flere krav som må innfris før det nye visumet kan utstedes. Blant annet må søkere må ha en månedlig inntekt på minst 100.000 baht eller mer (cirka 24.000 norske kroner).

Søker må i tillegg ha mer enn tre millioner baht (rundt 723.000 kroner) på konto.

I tillegg må søker ha helseforsikring som dekker sykehusopphold og bidra med minst 10.000 amerikanske dollar (cirka 84.500 kroner) i årlig dekning.

mandag 21. november 2016

Rayong my favoritt place to be

Rayong Beaches 

See on this map where it is

 Not far from Pattaya you find my favoritt place to be

See 3d View picture here

 This is my favoritt place.

Rayong Info - Thailand



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Weekend in Rayong/Koh Samet, Thailand 

 

Documentary - Sex tourism and porn industry in Thailand

France 24 - Sex tourism and porn industry in Thailand


The sex Tourisme in Thailand Documentary HD 720p 

 

Thailand : Wives and Female Sex Tourism 

part 1/3 - Society and Sexuality - Discovery & Documentary

   
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Thai Sex Workers Organize  

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This is more serious. An Thai woman that talk about things that nobody say straight out.

Thaiwoman and sex

 

Thai woman and money

The reason i put these video out onto my blogg, is to learn people. So what do i hope you learn.

-Learn how thaiwoman catch men. 

-How their views are on husband and money. 

-What are their education. And where they come from.

- Would you marry a girl in europe that has no educartion. 

I have learned that white women are thinking that the men that is married to a thai woman. 

Is ugly men that not can find other woman.And they go to thailand to get a wife. Or they go because they are bad men ... and so on.

Well some do. But i think most men who get a thai wife. Are tired of the way white women treat them.

When i was younger i run after girls.Yes run after in a way where you try to fit into the woman world. You had to have a nice car,nice clothes and expensive this and that.

And the guys that had most money got the "IN girls"

This is the girls that every men hope to be with.But as i got older i see something change.

The same woman that was "in girls" got to learn the guys they ended up with. And most of them was well assholes.

But in this time these woman dropped in "the in scale" and was now not so hot anymore.

And now they started to look for stable men. But the stable men had moved on. And now they moved on to some girls they had no chance to compete with.

But many men that also got hurt by these IN girls, had now had enough.

Most men i know that is with a thai woman, has been with white women before. And their experiences is a way that tottaly destroy a man.

Why is that. Well here it is:

A white woman always try to change the man. If he like to fish. Then she not like that so she try tochange the man to like shopping.

If he likes to play fotball or any sport. Then she uses ways to make her needs first.

And i can go on an on about this.With how men dress and their way to change us.

Amd that is why men prefer thai woman. Thai woman not try to change you.

They might tell you what you look nice in. Like if i  like white shirts.

A Thaiwoman would say. " Dear have you tried to use blue shirt".

And i think well that i never try. And she might say ohh you look nice and and thin. You are sexy in that shirt.

And that make us buy that blue shirt. A white woman would say. I think you look fat and that shirt is ugly.

And after that treatment you feel 2 cm high. But this is not all woman in thailand who do this.

But their way is not to make a man feel bad. And if you like something she make you do it. My wife know that i like to see old tv show.

Like Kojak,The saint, and so on. So if  like that she make me some food. Kiss me and then say honey i go to the bed room to see thai tv naaaa.(Naa thai woman use if they talk cute to you. It is like they flirt little and smile)

And i never need to change anything. She allow me to be me.

And if i was with an white "in" girl i have lost almost myself totally.

She might even try to change how is my friends and so on. 

But it is a but. If you marry a woman from the wrong place in thailand. Then you might end up worse then ever.

And the girls in the documentary above is not somebody you should marry.

Also if you marry a girl in thailand. Then think like this.

I take her home. And what do i hope will happen.

Do she want to work?

Do she help you and try to make a home with you.

Do you expect her to do the same things as an white women.Because now she is in you country.

Well if you do, then you need to thinklike me.

You not marry a woman that has no education. And has no skill from before.And if she has been a sex worker she has seen a lot.

And she will not want to do hard work as cleaner.

So if you are educated then you want to fin a woman near your background.

Also never get a girl that is to young.Reason is they never really love you. She is only there to find something new later on. You are the a bus stop. Where she wait until she can leave. And has enough money to pay for herself.

And Thai girls do change fast when they come to europe.

Also i ave found out somehing. If your girl always need to talk to other girls. Like they sit on the floor and eat thai food.Many times they talk about things that they would do later on.And how they do it.

And they are very clever to share how to o this an that. Then you might find yourself alone after short time again.

And here is something they do. They seek help and learn from same woman that you in the first place left you country to avoid.

So now white woman lern the thai how to get divorce and how to get this and that.


And now we become a bad guy. We man are often men who hit and we doonly bad thins to these small girls.

Well for some it is true. But most of the time.ANd here is what you white women not know. Is that these girls are playing also you.

They use you for know how. And later on they might even steal your husband.

Because girls from poor background use anyway to get to their goal. And i mean anything.

So not think that all white men that is bad to the small thai girl. IT might be that the thaigirl use you and the white guy to come to next level.

A rich man how she can get her needs covered.

And a poor Thaigirl always want to show off.

The want surgery, nice house in Thailand and ...country

A car or motorcykle both in ......country and in Thailand.

And so on.

When you as a man is not ale to give all her needs, then it is time to move on.

And here is why i write my blog. Learn where the woman come from and see also documentry where not to find a girl you want as your wife.

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What I Learned Setting up a business in Thailand

Good morning.





I read news and drink a cup of coffee while i read some thai news.

And i found something that might be of interest for others:


What I Learned Setting up a business in Thailand

Part 1: Setting up a business

http://www.bangkokpost.com/learning/learning-together/857588/what-i-learned-setting-up-a-business-in-thailand

Part 2:Fighting to Becoming Legal

http://www.bangkokpost.com/learning/learning-together/866240/what-i-learned-setting-up-a-business-in-thailand-2-fighting-to-becoming-legal

Part 3: Open for Business 

http://www.bangkokpost.com/learning/learning-together/872296/what-i-learned-setting-up-a-business-in-thailand-3-open-for-business 

Part 4: Taxes and Headaches 

http://www.bangkokpost.com/learning/learning-together/880512/what-i-learned-setting-up-a-business-in-thailand-4-taxes-and-headaches 

Part 5:Conclusions

http://www.bangkokpost.com/learning/learning-together/890296/what-i-learned-setting-up-a-business-in-thailand-5-conclusion


Links:

Board of investment Thailand

THAILAND BOARD OF INVESTMENT
Head Office: 555 Vibhavadi-Rangsit Rd.,
Chatuchak, Bangkok 10900, Thailand
Tel.: (+66) 2553 8111, Fax: (+66) 2553 8222,
Website: http://www.boi.go.th, E-Mail: head@boi.go.th


Thai Lawyers Vovan

Siam Legal

Thai Guru 
  
How to start a business in Thailand

Thai Embassy.com


What is required to open a company in Thailand

Starting a Business in Thailand | Foreign Business Law in Thailand  

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Business in Thailand (Thai Embassy.com)

A guide to starting your own company

Thailand’s continuous economic progress can be attributed to the presence of sufficient infrastructure and an efficient work force, backed by strong support from the government. If you are in Samui and would like to start your own business, it is advisable to acquire legal assistance from an expert lawyer to deal with all the legalities entailed by this endeavor.
Setting up your own business in Thailand entails following certain legal precedents and could take several weeks. Take the burden out of this process by having a trusted lawyer communicate in your behalf. Having the best legal counsel assures that you avoid any unnecessary oversight and delays.
Listed below for your reference are the different Business Structures, and the steps necessary to forming a company.

Types of Business Structures

PARTNERSHIP
Thai and Western concepts of partnership are broadly similar. Thailand provides for three general types of partnerships: Unregistered ordinary partnerships, Registered ordinary partnerships and Limited partnerships.

LIMITED COMPANIES
There are two types of limited companies, i.e., private or closely held companies, and public companies. The first is governed by the Civil and Commercial Code, the second by the Public Company Act.

Private Limited Companies in Thailand have basic characteristics similar to those of Western corporations. A private limited company is formed through a process which leads to the registration of a Memorandum of Association (Articles of Incorporation) and Articles of Association (By-laws), as its constitutive documents.
A minimum of seven shareholders is required at all times. A private limited company may be wholly owned by aliens. However, in those activities reserved for Thai nationals, aliens’ participation is generally allowed up to a maximum of 49 percent.The registration fee for a private limited company is 5,500 baht per million baht of capital.

Public Limited Companies registered in Thailand may, subject to compliance with the prospectus, approval, and other requirements, offer shares, debentures and warrants to the public and may apply to have their securities listed on the Stock Exchange of Thailand (SET).
A minimum of 15 promoters is required for the formation and registration of the memorandum of association of a public limited company, and the promoters must hold their shares for a minimum of two years before they can be transferred. The Board of Directors of a public limited company must have a minimum of five members, at least half of Them are Thai nationals. The registration fee is 2,000 baht per million baht of capital for a public limited company.

JOINT VENTURE
A joint venture may be described in accordance with general practice as a group of persons (natural and/or juristic) entering into an agreement in order to carry on a business together. It has not yet been recognized as a legal entity under the Civil and Commercial Code. However, income from the joint venture is subject to corporate taxation under the Revenue Code, which classifies it as a single entity.

REPRESENTATIVE OFFICE
A representative office is limited in engaging in non-profit activities. In order to form a representative office, at least one of the following purposes would need to be sought for the purposes of limited “non-trading” activities:
  • The business is to search for the source of goods or services in Thailand for the headquarters overseas
  • To check the quality and quantity of the product ordered by the headquarters overseas
  • To give advices to the headquarters about the goods to order
  • To supply the information of the headquarters’ products to the customers in Thailand
  • To report the economic movement in Thailand to the headquarters

How to Form a Company

STEP 1: CORPORATE NAME RESERVATION
The name to be reserved must not be the same or close to that of other companies. Certain names are not allowed and therefore the name reservation guidelines of the Business Development Office in the Ministry of Commerce should be observed. The approved corporate name is valid for 30 days. No extension is allowed.

STEP 2: FILING OF MEMORANDUM OF ASSOCIATION
A Memorandum of Association to be filed with the Business Development Office must include the name of the company that has been successfully reserved, the province where the company will be located, its business objectives, the capital to be registered, and the names of the seven promoters.
The capital information must include the number of shares and the par value. At the formation step, the authorized capital, although partly paid, must all be issued.Although there are no minimum capital requirements, the amount of the capital should be respectable enough and adequate for the intended business operation.

STEP 3: CONVENE A STATUTORY MEETING
Once the share structure has been defined, a statutory meeting is called during which the articles of incorporation and bylaws are approved, the Board of Directors is elected and an auditor appointed. A minimum of 25 percent of the par value of each subscribed share must be paid.

STEP 4: REGISTRATION
Within three months of the date of the Statutory Meeting, the directors must submit the application to establish the company. Company registration fees are 500 baht per 100,000 baht of registered capital. The minimum fee is 5,000 baht; the maximum is 250,000 baht.

STEP 5: TAX REGISTRATION
Businesses liable for income tax must obtain a tax I.D. card and number for the company from the Revenue Department within 60 days of incorporation or the start of operations. Business operators earning more than 600,000 baht per annum must register for VAT within 30 days of the date they reach 600,000 baht in sales.

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Things NOT to do (Thai guru)

First, let me go thru a brief list of "DON'Ts":
Most of the serious problems I hear are not legal problems involving the government. They are problems involving their expat or Thai business associates.

Most come from people who are inexperienced in doing business, don't have a trustworthy and experienced business partner, get into trouble following tricky and dodgy guidance, and/or don't do the proper research and work in their particular field or specialization.

Notably, I advise people to NOT set up a company (nor employ my company's services) just to get a longterm visa in Thailand or to buy property in your company's name (since foreigners cannot own land in Thailand, with few exceptions). Shell companies for these two purposes are both illegal and discouraged by the Thai government. It's also a lot of paperwork, added expenses, and hassle -- overall just not worth it. It's better to just do visa runs (all considered) and get land on 30 year leases on property (extendable to 60 years and more) -- which are both legitimate. In my opinion. Unless you have a real business of substance.

Of course, there are many lawyers who are happy to take your money and set up one of these "legal constructs". However, you will be the one holding the baby. The lawyers always make their profit. You may use their accountants recurrently, and there may be unforseen additional costs and hassles which they might attribute to changing government regulations, so you should consider all this before you try to set up any kind of shell company for a visa or property purchase.
I've know many foreigners who set up their first business (ever in their life) in Thailand and who are successful, but they had true intentions, were determined, committed, perseverant, self-disciplined, willing to learn, good natured, and had good guidance. If you're not really serious about starting up a business, then please don't inquire. It's OK if this is your first business, but you need to be committed, not just want some tricky shell company. We won't face the government officials and try to trick them.

Another don't: Do not believe everything you hear about bribes being required. Often, I hear of people saying that bribes to brokers are required for achieving ordinary things -- in which the bribes are NOT required and which we do routinely and quickly without offering bribes. What's to stop the broker from pocketing the bribe in whole or in part?

Few people will admit to screwing up or giving bad guidance, but there is a lot of questionable activity in Thailand, and peer groups of dodgy characters, all of which lead to "urban legends" being parroted. There are 2 sides to every story. In general, your "Thailand experience" will depend on considerable measure on the "karma" of those you choose.

Your success or difficulty will mostly depend on things like:
  • The market for your services or goods
  • Your research
  • Any licenses required for your goods (especially things like foods requiring an FDA approval process)
  • Your general experience and ability to do business
  • Your partner(s), if any
  • The quality of the staff you hire
  • Your peer group and guidance
It is illegal for an individual to work in Thailand without a "work permit" (a little booklet that looks like a passport) and a tax ID number (you get a laminated card approximately the size of a driver's license). (Foreigners with real Thai families in clearly good standing with their good family are often given breaks in this regard, so if you fit this description but aren't good at business, be careful to not waste precious family resources.)

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fredag 18. november 2016

Sek Loso given two-year suspended jail sentence for assault

http://englishnews.thaipbs.or.th/sek-loso-given-two-year-suspended-jail-sentence-for-assault/

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Rocker Seksan Sukpimai, better known as Sek Loso, was today given a two-year suspended jail sentence after the Criminal Court found him guilty of assaulting in April this year.
The court first sentenced him to two years and six months in prison for assaulting and seriously injured Ms Chanokchol “Bee” Boonpeng, his ex-wife personal assistant on April 13 in Raminthra area of Bangkok.
But the court reduced the sentence by half to one year and three months and a 2,000 baht fine. However his jail sentence was suspended for two years after he pleaded guilty.
Sek’s associate Sahachart Poonsri who also faced the same charge was also given two years in jail but commuted to one year. His jail sentence was also suspended for two years.
During the probation period, both were also ordered by the court to do charity work three times within one year.
Both were brought before the Criminal Court to hear assault charges stemming from a clash with his ex-wife’s personal assistant in the Ram Intra area in April.
At the time of the attack, Sek’s ex-wife Wiphakorn “Kan” Sukpimai flayed him on social media for assaulting Bee.
Kan said she was horrified Sek assaulted her assistant while in the presence her younger sister, Kae, and the couple’s teen daughter, Kwang.
She also posted an image of him kicking Bee, who was admitted to hospital with a broken left jaw.

 
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