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AWARD 2018

  • Bangkok Post photographer, Wichan Charoenkiatpakul, won third place in the Isra Amantakul Awards photo contest to mark Reporters’ Day on 5 March 2018, with a picture entitled “Broken Heart”, showing officials consoling one another during the cremation ceremony of HM the late King Bhumibol Adulyadej at Sanam Luang.

  • Bangkok Post photographer, Chanat Katanyu, won the runner-up prize in the Isra Amantakul Awards on 5 March 2018. The winning picture, entitled “Mom’s Ring, Friend’s Watch”, depicts Deputy Prime Minister Prawit Wongsuwon wearing a previously undeclared luxury watch.

  • Bangkok Post photographer, Apichit Jinakul, received an honorary mention in the Isra Amantakul Awards, being cited as one of the top five, on 5 March 2018, with a picture entitled “Must Get Over”, showing a student jumping over floodwaters in Rangsit.

  • The Bangkok Post article – “Too Little, Too Late for Lahu Traumatised by Youth’s Killing” – published in the Spectrum section on 28 May 2017, won first prize in the print category of Amnesty International Thailand’s 2017 Media Awards, presented on 18 January 2018. The article, written by Paritta Wangkiat, describes the aftermath of the suspected extrajudicial killing of Lahu rights activist Chaiyaphum Pasae.

  • Post Today reporter, Jarupun Jirarutchanirom, won the 1st runner up Puey Ungphakorn Award for Economic Analysis News for the article “Moulding a Dream Business with the Hands of the Masses”, presented on 28 February 2018.

  • Post Today Deputy Editor, Pichet Choorak, won the 2017 Outstanding News Story Lead award from The National Press Council of Thailand for the article entitled “Solving Structural Corruption”, presented on 4 July 2018.

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