Funeral customs and traditions have always changed throughout different periods of history. Once upon a time,
Following the morning’s discussion of conceptual frameworks around demographic ageing, the conference moved on to the topic of structural adjustments
Thai society has begun to anticipate and prepare for its transition into a super-aged society.
The “Healthy Living Day” conference held on the 2nd of November, 2019 was an important milestone for palliative care in Thailand.
Though death is generally conceived of as emptiness, the immateriality of death sometimes intertwines with the living world in concrete ways.
In August last year, Peaceful Death selected fifty community leaders from across the country to attend the “Workshop for Community Facilitators: Communicating Compassionately and Creatively with Others”.
Recently, on Valentine’s day, Peaceful Death held their “Day of Relief” conference at Buddhachinaraj Hospital, Phitsanulok, for the third year running.
At the third “Happiness at the End of the Road” conference, recently held on February 20-21st 2020
The hill tribes of Mae Hong Son province, like many people throughout the country, have been affected by the Covid-19 global pandemic over the past few months, with ramifications across their economic, social and healthcare systems.
Ouynantian (whose real name is Buntian Locha) is a barber in a small village in the North of Thailand. A small room next to his house serves as his salon, furnished with hairdressing chairs, mirrors and 2-3 hair clippers. It is a humble place, with none too many tools.