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I was also amazed by the unity of Thai people. For the past week, there are a few unions that take action to force the prime minister to step down: the train stopped running, 80% of Bangkok public bus stop running, all schools in Bangkok are closed, water and electric authority stop supplying to police stations in the whole country and even Thai Airways stop their service and closed Phuket and Krabi airport to force the prime minister to step down.
However, I didn’t hear anyone in my office discuss about the protest. The reason is that politics is a sensitive issue. You will never know which side does the person who you are talking to believe in. If you are on the opposite sides, you will end up having a fight. So, my friend gave me a piece of advise: don’t ask, don’t tell.
p/s: Thanks to all of you who are concern about my safety here in bangkok. I'm fine here, business as usual, because the protest is not near the business district where I work. And I live out of downtown, so I'm ok.