Patrick Winn

Thailand Correspondent for Global Post

Patrick Winn appears in the following:

Yoga, Petting Puppies, Halloween: Banned By Malaysia's Muslim Clerics

Monday, January 05, 2015

All Muslims know pork, booze and premarital canoodling violate Islamic teachings. But in Malaysia, home to a rising tide of fundamentalist Islam, senior clerics are warning against more insidious dangers to the faith.

Such as death metal. And puppies. And Valentine's Day.

Malaysia is a bastion of Islam in tropical ...


Underreported: Did Slaves Catch Your Seafood Dinner?

Thursday, May 24, 2012

Thailand is one of the largest exporters of seafood to the United States. On today’s Underreported segment, Global Post’s senior southeast Asian correspondent Patrick Winn investigates claims that forced labor is used on Thai fishing boats.

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Violent Unrest Continues in Thailand

Monday, May 17, 2010

Anti-government unrest continues in downtown Bangkok and has spread to other areas of the capital, leaving at least 37 dead and hundreds injured in four days. On Sunday, the Thai government ruled out U.N.-backed mediation talks, which had been suggested by protest leaders; the government says no outside help is needed.