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Thailand’s white-sand beaches have to deal with an increasing number of trash that is set ashore every day. The impact of a failed waste management system also starts to become visible to tourists. According to a study recently published by Science Magazine, China, Indonesia, the Philippines, Thailand and Vietnam produce more than half of plastic waste, that ends up in the ocean.
Locomotive driver Daniel Walti and Mike Birchler from Samedan, Grisons in Switzerland travel to India and swap their jobs with Dilip Sinchury and Ashok Bhattacharjee. Modern train engineering from the Alps versus historic steam locomotive in hilly landscape of Darjeeling.
The UN estimates that there will be about 350 million climate refugees in the world. People are loosing their livelihood due to climate change and other environmental influences. NGOs estimate the number of climate refugees is currently at 25 million. Much more people flee nature disasters, desertification and karst formation than political conflicts.
After almost four years, our reporter Kathrin dares to visit Khun Khemika again in order to not only get her breasts tapped, but also her butt. Following, Kathrin will go to have her face “threaded” in the middle of the street in Chinatown in Bangkok. One thing is for sure: beauty knows no pain.
Drone shots from German Pop Idol production in Thailand. Take a lift and enjoy bird’s eye view of exclusive locations.
Next Wednesday, 19. August bachelorette Alisa will take her three admirers to Thailand. We are keen to see if finally one of the finalists dares to kiss the beauty.
Insects, rats, crawlers – there are a lot of varieties of pest which like human company. In Thailand you have a chance to encounter some scary creatures.
The German version of “Pop Idol” called “Deutschland sucht den Superstar” (DSDS) shot the recall in Thailand. Within six episodes the show travels to adventurous, luxurious and even spiritual locations as for example temple ruins, paradise beaches and pool terraces with extraordinary views.
Chittagong in Bangladesch is one of the biggest scrapyards. Ships from all over the world are broken down into pieces, amongst them are ships that were once built in Germany.
2004, Aceh Province, Indonesia: A violent tsunami left huge areas in the Indian Ocean devastated and killed hundred of thousands of people.The destiny of thousands of people, who never returned home is unforgotten. As we know, hope is the last thing to die and wonders do happen.
A Cambodian mother has chained her child for hours, while she went out for work. The four-year-old girl was freed after worried neighbors have called the police. The mother said, she was worried her daughter would walk out of the house. The girl was brought to a children’s home, while the mother only got a mehr
They are bonded by love, but Bernhard und and his girlfriend Pui live seperately since two years already. They have been living in Sukothai together, where Bernhard had a business with speakers. A severe storm has destroyed everything and on top he fell ill and had to return to Germany. On that very day their mehr
When Nong Neoy was born four years ago, the parents were more than worried. Their babygirl was born without arms and legs; with one crippled arm, to be precise. What seems like a tragedy, developed into a positive story though.
Divers are searching the Chao Phraya river in Bangkok for antiquarian treasures using self-made diving equipment. The Chao Phraya river winds it way trough the historic quarters of Bangkok with its golden temples and palaces. The waterway is the hunting ground of a group of divers, that brave the current using a self-made diving bell.
They have no bed, no electricity and they are far away from home – see, how professional helpers from Germany live in a disaster zone and which risks they have to take to save lives.
Chanagaln ‘Jenny’ Lung-Or is five years old and lives with her family in Chiang Mai. Like everyother girl, she like to play with her friends and goes to school every day. But Jenny looks terrifyingly different than her classmates. She suffers from Progeria Syndrome, a disease, that lets your skin age very quickly. Even though mehr