Working in Thailand Series: How to be a Messenger in Thailand

working in thailand messenger

The following post is a chapter from our book, Working in Thailand: How to Ditch the Desk, Board the Flight, and Land the Job, written by Patrick Taylor and Karsten Aichholz.

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The Messenger

Unless otherwise noted, all quotes by Ryan (last name withheld for privacy), public relations expert.

In September 2010, just months after waves of protests and subsequent government crackdowns had left Thailand reeling and facing an uncertain future, the prominent travel trade publication eTurboNews (eTN) published a scathing attack on the state of public relations in Thailand.

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