Posts By Ruangrawee Ketphol

Notes from the Field

Greetings, Thai Citizens!

April 2, 2008

Last week, just before dawn on Tuesday morning, six boats loaded with over 120 people left the island of Sin Hai and sailed for the mainland. Elsewhere along the coast of Ranong province, hundreds of other people climbed into buses and pickup trucks to travel to Ranong city for an event held by The Asia […]

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In Thailand: A Chance to be Mothers Again

March 5, 2008

Last year I wrote an In Asia piece about mothers in Thailand who were made childless by the Indian Ocean Tsunami of December 24, 2004. It was an issue very close to my heart; as a mother of two daughters I can not even begin to imagine the pain of separation that these mothers have […]

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In Thailand: Tsunami Recovery & the Childless Mothers

May 9, 2007

Mother’s Day will soon be celebrated in the United States, but in Thailand we celebrate this holiday on the Queen’s birthday, in August. On this occasion, I take time to reflect on another important, albeit, very sad, day in Thailand. On December 26, 2004, as I watched on television the killer waves striking the Andaman […]

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