Lessons from Bangkok

Under Section 334 of Thailand’s penal code, nicking something from a shopping centre that’s worth a hundred dollars is liable to get you imprisoned for three years. But creating enough of a public nuisance to close that shopping centre down on one of the busiest trading days of the year, costing the owner millions, is liable to get you no punishment at all. It’s a strange set of priorities, but Thailand is an exotic place. In December, street demonstrations in downtown Bangkok

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