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THAI says Suvarnabhumi Airport passengers should arrive 4 hours early, AOT says ‘not true’ | GMT

Thailand is in a state of flux as a police officer opened fire in Bangkok, causing the city of Chiang Mai to fret and hold its breath. The Transport Authority of Thailand (THAI) has advised that passengers travelling through Suvarnabhumi Airport should arrive four hours early, though the Airport of Thailand (AOT) has denied this.

In a more positive light, the first ever Phuket Cannabis Cup is set to take place, with thousands of Thais flocking to a Morlam singers shrine 30 years after her death. Finally, the BTS Skytrain workers are demanding that the 50 billion baht debt is settled.

This weeks episode of the talkshow will discuss all of these issues and more. Join us as we explore the frenzied police officer in Bangkok, the advice from THAI, the Phuket Cannabis Cup, the Morlam singers shrine, and the BTS Skytrain workers demands. We will be joined by experts in each field to discuss the implications of these events and how they will shape the future of Thailand. Tune in to get the latest news and updates.

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