อิสริยะ ไพรีพ่ายฤทธิ์ / Isriya Paireepairit / mk / markpeak
I am a Thai tech geek and ICT policy researcher. Co-founder of Blognone and SIU.
This is my personal blog for almost everything.
My blogs about Preah Vihear incident was mentioned by Global Voices Online: Cambodian and Thai Bloggers on Disputed Preah Vihear Temple.
Global Voices Online is international citizen media project, funded by Harvard Law School’s Berkman Center for Internet and Society (more detail on About page). I discovered it in 2006 since the YouTube incident. Some readers might already know Preetam Rai, yet another Global Voices writer, from some events or twittersphere. This time, Tharum Bun, a Khmer native who wanted to write a Preah Vihear coverage on Global Voices. He also wanted to find opinion from Thai bloggers, then I provided him a rough translation of my blogs.
(Sorry nationalists, if I disappoint you by being Thailand representative, next time please write your own blogs)
There's nothing new in my part but it's quite interesting to see the opinion from Cambodian side. I can't read Khmer and all stories I read are from either Thai or international media (e.g. BBC). So Tharum's story is worth for discuss.
It's nearly impossible to understand the whole picture if you hear from only one side. So Tharum's blog is recommended for all those Thais who are interested in Preah Vihear incident.
My point is still the same: peace is far more important than old ruin temple.