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'Witch-hunts' against lese majeste offenders rise in Thailand after king's death

BANGKOK: On the evening of King Bhumibol Adulyadej’s death last Thursday (Oct 13), grieving gave way to hostility in Phuket where an angry mob surrounded the home of a man who had allegedly insulted the King online. The furious crowd demanded his arrest and that he be ostracised from the resort island.

Similar incidents have flared up in several parts of the country since the king’s passing, as deep grief has turned to anger. 

On Sunday, local authorities on Koh Samui forced a woman to bow before the King’s portrait in an act of public shaming. The woman is suspected of committing lese majeste, the crime of violating the dignity of the monarchy.

On Monday, a woman was slapped in the face for acting inappropriately and verbally offending the monarchy on a public bus in Bangkok, and on Tuesday, a man was assaulted in Chonburi province for allegedly defaming the late King online. 

These ultra-royalist witch-hunts have alarmed many Thais who continue to mourn the passing of the late King Bhumibol. Many continue to stand for hours daily outside the Grand Palace in Bangkok, where the King’s body is resting, to show their unconditional love for him. 

Ms Chananya, who came to the Grand Palace to mourn, said that while she does not like people to defame the monarchy, she disapproves of the witch hunt. “I don’t approve of people surrounding the house of the alleged lese majeste offender”, said the 65-year-old.

“Those who posted offensive things against the monarchy online will get condemned by those who love the monarchy,” said 33-year-old school teacher Ananya Kasikam. “I want everyone to be rational and not to act on emotions”, she stressed, adding that those who have taken law into their own hands are in the minority.

Dr Sumet Tantivejakul, who worked for the late king for 35 years, said the violent actions would tarnish the monarch’s positive legacy. “These expression of hate, anger, greed, or love should be expressed in constraint as His Majesty has taught us. Anger should not be used,” Dr Sumet said.

“When asked what he did, the king often said that he did things that were useful. ‘When you do something useful, you become happy,’ he said. What is not useful and destructive, please do not do,” said Dr Sumet.

But the anger has taken hold. Dr Rienthong Nanna, the leader of the ultra-royalist group “the Rubbish Collection Organisation”, along with like-minded individuals, have vowed to hunt down lese majeste offenders around the country by posting details of their identity online.

A screengrab of Dr Rienthong’s Facebook page showing his posts against alleged lese majeste offenders detailing their IDs and addresses.

They also vow to go after lese majeste suspects who are living in exile overseas, even urging others to help “hunt down these people”.

When contacted by Channel NewsAsia, Dr Rienthong declined to be interviewed and only stressed that he does what he does to safeguard the monarchy. “I don’t care if I die. It would mean that I get an audience with the king,” he said over the phone.

Social critic Sulak Sivaraksa said that these ultra-royalists were “king more than the king”.

“They are very dangerous you know, and they don’t even stick to the truth”, Sulak said. “In this country, the criminal court article 112 (lese majeste) does not allow anybody to criticise the king,” he said.

The government has sent mixed messages: Some senior government officials have urged Thais to “socially sanction” those who defame the monarchy; yet the government at the same time has called on the public to remain calm and not take the law into their own hands.

Thai police said that, since the death of King Bhumibol, there have been 12 lese majeste cases, eight arrest warrants issued, and two people arrested.

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Sneak preview of Pokemon Research Exhibition in Singapore

SINGAPORE: Think of it as the ultimate Pokemon quiz – you pick up a Pokeball with a mystery character inside, then use the various “research machines” to figure out what it is.

The Pokemon Research Exhibition opens on Saturday (Oct 22) at Resorts World Sentosa’s S.E.A. Aquarium. It is the first to be held outside Japan.

Participants will get the opportunity to discover more than 200 Pokemon characters with three types of Pokeballs, each representing a different level of difficulty.   

The Great Ball (medium difficulty). (Photo: Winnie Goh)

Once you’ve chosen your ball, place it onto one of the “research machines” which will generate clues such as the Pokemon’s distinctive characteristics, weight and silhouette. There’s an interactive element to it. For example, one of the machines requires participants to stomp on a platform as quickly as they can to reveal the outline of the Pokemon. There are eight machines and participants can use up to four to get clues.

A Pokeball on a “research machine”. (Photo: Winnie Goh)

Clues being generated. (Photo: Winnie Goh)

Stomp, stomp, gotta catch ’em all! (Photo: Winnie Goh)

Some machines are more interactive than others. (Photo: Winnie Goh)

A Pokedex wall featuring over 700 Pokemon and their characteristics. (Photo: Winnie Goh)

Speaking to the media at the exhibition’s preview on Thursday (Oct 20), Mr Susumu Fukunaga, Corporate Officer of The Pokemon Company, said Singapore was chosen due to “the popularity of Pokemon” here and its reputation as “a hub for Asian countries”.

Tickets are at S$35 for adults and S$23 for children or seniors, and includes entry into the aquarium. The exhibition will run until Jan 2 2017.

A large turnout is expected, said Mr Jason Horkin, Senior Vice President of Attractions at Resorts World Sentosa. “It really has been something that we’ve wanted to do ever since Pokemon became popular (in Singapore). We have people all over the resort hunting for Pokemon, so it’s a natural place to do something like this.”

Pikachu popping by to greet visitors. (Photo: Winnie Goh)

A Pokemon theme park in the region may be a reality in future, as The Pokemon Company considers offers. “Since Pokémon was born – it’s been 20 years – a lot of countries are looking forward to this theme park and a lot of content has increased in these 20 years. If we have a good offer in the future, maybe it could happen”, said Mr Fukunaga.

“Even in Singapore, we are currently planning to have a lot of events coming up for Pokemon. We can’t really say it out loud yet, because it’s not officially announced. But we have a lot of plans.”

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SAN FRANCISCO: A Chinese internet colossus referred to as a combination of Netflix, Apple, Amazon and Tesla announced on Wednesday (Oct 19) it is taking on US tech titans on their home turf.

LeEco showed off smartphones, televisions, bicycles, self-driving electric cars and a virtual reality headset along with a platform to connect all its offerings to movies, television shows, services and more in the internet cloud.

“We have blazed a new path in the internet content domain,” LeEco founder and chief executive Jia Yueting said during a press event at The Palace of Fine Arts in San Francisco. “This is the first time we will be able to achieve this in America.”

Jia outlined a plan to win hearts and minds in the key North America market before moving to woo the rest of the world in the LeEco ecosystem.

LeEco co-founder and chief executive Jia Yueting Jia outlined his plan to be successful in the North American market. (AFP/Glenn Chapman)

He noted that some have told him “LeEco is crazy to come to the backyard” of companies such as Apple, Google, Netflix, Tesla and Amazon, but that he was confident it would succeed.

LeEco will launch two smartphones, flagship LePro 3 and its ‘little brother’ Le S3, in the US on Nov 2 priced at US$399 and US$249 respectively.

On the same day, a line of Super4 X Series ultra high-definition televisions will make their US debut at prices beginning at US$649 and topping out at US$4,999 for a uMax85 that measures 85 inches diagonally.

The smartphones and televisions will be sold at the company’s LeMall.com e-commerce website, and have software integrating the hardware with the LeEco cloud platform for services and content such as on-demand television.

LeEco promised enticing bargains during a “flash sale” at LeMall on Nov 2, out to make a splash in the market and get people using its Netflix-style subscription service for online content.

The company also displayed a virtual reality headset and its Super Bike packed with sensors, locks and other technology powered by Google-back Android software.

A new LeEco concept car that was being used in London for the filming of a new “Transformers” film being directed by Michael Bay was rushed to San Francisco for the event.

No plans were revealed for releasing LeEco bicycles, cars or virtual reality gear in North America.

“It might seem that we have released a lot of seemingly unrelated products, but it is the opposite,” Jia said. “We have given these products the same nervous system to share content.”

He maintained that LeEco wasn’t coming to North America to challenge US technology giants, but to “create an entirely new generation of products” that are interconnected on the company’s cloud computing platform.

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Thai village remembers king who helped it harvest a new life

CHIANG MAI, Thailand: The dense forests and mountains in northern Thailand have become a popular spot to enjoy nature and the cool breeze, but the region was not always this pleasant. 

In the late 1960s, it was a hub for opium cultivation, which many hill tribes relied on to make ends meet. But everything changed in a Hmong village called Doi Pui when King Bhumibol Adulyadej came to visit.

The king came to the mountainside village in 1969. It is about an hour’s walk from his winter palace retreat and it was here that the Royal Projects were born. These projects have cemented the king’s legacy as the people’s monarch and their impact can still be seen today.

The Royal Projects were initiatives in agriculture, forestry and small-scale industries. They were aimed at lifting people out of poverty by promoting economic self-reliance and sufficiency.

Song Yi Fuengfu Kijakarn, 78, remembers when the king visited his community for the first time.

Song Yi Fuengfu Kijakarn, a villager living in Doi Pui who first met King Bhumibol in the 1960s. (Photo: Saksith Saiyasombut)

“Back then, we grew a lot of opium and sold it, and from the money we bought food and other stuff,” said Song Yi. “When His Majesty asked if there was an alternative to the opium, to the drugs, we said we were afraid that we wouldn’t have any money.

“His Majesty said there was no need to stop immediately and that he would bring longan, lychee and coffee for us to grow instead.”

Gradually, the livelihood of the village improved and today Doi Pui is a popular tourist destination with a national park.

It is this visible change that makes Song Yi and countless other Thais very grateful to the late monarch: “I miss him all the time! I can’t eat, I can’t sleep. When I wake up, I think of him. He went and never came back…”

In 1992, the Royal Projects were incorporated into the Royal Project Foundation that has until this day started over 4,000 initiatives.

In recognition of the monarch’s efforts to improve the lives of his people, the United Nations awarded its first-ever Human Development Lifetime Achievement Award to King Bhumibol in 2006.

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Hong Kong leader in court battle with pro-independence lawmakers

HONG KONG: Hong Kong’s leader sparked fury on Tuesday (Oct 18) after he launched a court bid against two pro-independence lawmakers which could block them from taking up their parliamentary seats.

Chief executive Leung Chun-ying is seen by critics as a pro-Beijing stooge and his move comes as fears grow that China is tightening its grip on the semi-autonomous city.

Hong Kong was handed back by Britain to China in 1997 under an agreement protecting its freedoms for 50 years, but there are concerns those liberties are being eroded.

Rising tensions have sparked calls for Hong Kong to break completely from Beijing and a new wave of legislators who were voted in last month support independence and self-determination.

Leung’s late-night court bid came after new pro-independence lawmakers Yau Wai-ching and Baggio Leung draped themselves with “Hong Kong is not China” banners while taking their oath of office last week in the Legislative Council (Legco) – Hong Kong’s lawmaking body.

Newly-elected lawmaker Yau Wai-ching, 25, lays down a flag that reads “Hong Kong is Not China” before taking the Legislative Council Oath at the first meeting of the Sixth Legislative Council in Hong Kong. (AFP/Anthony Wallace)

The oath specifies Hong Kong is a special administrative region of China. The pair’s pledges were rejected after both refused to pronounce China properly.

Newly-elected Legco president Andrew Leung – a pro-Beijing lawmaker – had indicated he was prepared to give them a second chance and both were expected to take the oath again on Wednesday morning, which if approved would allow them to officially take up their seats.

But at the 11th-hour the justice department, acting for the chief executive and the justice secretary, sought a review of that decision, arguing they should be disqualified based on their first oath. The Legco president opposed the application.

In a hearing on Tuesday night at the High Court, Baggio’s lawyer Hectar Poon said his client “does not accept that the chief executive has any standing to mount any legal proceedings”.

But department of justice counsel Johnny Mok said the lawmakers had brought the trouble upon themselves.

Judge Thomas Au refused to grant an application for an interim injunction against the oaths being retaken on Wednesday. But he agreed to allow the requested judicial review into the decision to give them a second chance, which will go ahead on Nov 3.

It is unclear how the judicial review will affect their future as lawmakers if they are successfully sworn in on Wednesday.

Baggio described the legal bid as a “political decision”, and accused the chief executive of ambush.

Pro-democracy lawmaker Dennis Kwok accused the chief executive of putting political pressure on the court. “(He) pays no respect to the dignity and the independence of our legislature,” Kwok told the South China Morning Post.

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