Tags : Commercial


Dunkin’ Donuts ad sparks racism row

A leading human rights group has called on Dunkin’ Donuts to withdraw a “bizarre and racist” advertisement for chocolate doughnuts in Thailand that shows a smiling woman with bright pink lips in blackface makeup. The Dunkin’ Donuts franchise in Thailand launched a campaign earlier this month for its new “Charcoal Donut” featuring the image, which […]Read More


NBTC to penalize satellite TVs with misleading ads

BANGKOK, 5 February 2013 (NNT) – The National Broadcasting and Telecommunications Commission (NBTC) will summon satellite TV stations that disseminate misleading commercials of supplementary food and drugs. If proven guilty, the stations’ licenses will be revoked. NBTC Commissioner Supinya Klangnarong said the NBTC had received information that a total of 301 satellite TV stations were […]Read More


China Will Build A Commercial City in Thailand

China will build a commercial city in Thailand worth $ 1, 5 billion, which allows traders of goods made in China can avoid the high tariffs if the goods are exported again. Local media reported that more than 70,000 merchants China is expected to operate in the region called “Complex City of China”. “The area […]Read More


Why was the ‘Sorry Thailand’ TV ad banned?

Earlier this week we have reported on the banned TV commercial “ขอโทษประเทศไทย” (Sorry Thailand). For those, who haven’t seen it yet, here’s the video with English subtitles: The ban has created some considerable public uproar and the censorship board, which consists of representatives of the free-TV channels and other ‘experts’, has gotten itself into the […]Read More


CRES urges Red Shirts to leave Ratchaprasong by 3pm Monday

BANGKOK, May 16 (TNA) – Thailand’s Centre for the Resolution of the Emergency Situation (CRES) on Sunday urged anti-government Red Shirt protesters to leave their main rally site at Bangkok’s prime commercial area by Monday 3pm following clashes between troops and armed protesters which left 24 persons dead and ,over 200 wounded. CRES spokesman Col […]Read More