The Rise of Thai Commercials in the Digital Era: A Growing Concern Over Brainless and Unethical Advertisements !
Thai Commercial ; Thailand has entered the digital era with a bang, and with this, the number of Thai commercials has skyrocketed. The impact of these commercials can be seen everywhere, and particularly among the Chinese population. The rise of Thai commercials is both a blessing and a curse. On one hand, it brings economic benefits and promotes local products and services to a wider audience. On the other hand, it also raises concerns over the quality and ethics of these advertisements.
Poorly-made and brainless Thai commercials are becoming increasingly prevalent, and this has been a cause for concern among Thai people. The problem with these commercials is that they often overlook important ethical considerations and the impact they may have on viewers. This is particularly true for the media industry, where any actions can have far-reaching consequences.
One example of a highly questionable Thai commercial is an advertisement for supplementary drinks featuring a famous actress. The commercial is currently being aired on Thailand’s digital TV channel, and while it may seem harmless at first, it is anything but. Upon closer examination, one can see how the commercial is brainless and unethical.
The advertisement opens with a scene showing an elderly woman being looked at with disgust and fear by a young woman. The young woman then asks, “Who are you?” The elderly woman replies that she is the young woman herself. The commercial then goes on to show how drinking the product can prevent the young woman from becoming like her elderly self. Suddenly, a lot of fruity objects fall from above and hit the elderly woman on the head.
The commercial is highly problematic as it supports the hatred of the elderly and older people. The young woman’s reaction to her elderly self is a strong statement of this hatred. The commercial is filled with aggressive harassment and many other negative actions directed towards older people, making it a truly brainless and unethical advertisement.
It is not just this particular commercial that is causing concern among Thai people, as there are many others that are just as bad, if not worse. Another Thai commercial, for example, presents aggression and violence in front of a child’s innocent eyes. The commercial shows a mother and son sitting next to a man playing the role of a mosquito. Suddenly, the mother violently smashes the man with a can of insect killer spray in front of her son.
The question that must be asked is why producers and creatives in the Thai commercial industry are presenting such negative and unethical messages. There are countless other ways to communicate the benefits of a product without resorting to such aggressive and unethical methods. The promotion of violence and hatred in these commercials is a matter of great concern and should be addressed.
As a Thai person, I believe that we have a responsibility to ensure that our society is peaceful and a wonderful place for both Thais and visitors alike. The “Land of Smiles” should remain a place of peace and happiness, and these brainless and unethical Thai commercials have the potential to negatively impact our society.
In conclusion, the rise of Thai commercials in the digital era is both a blessing and a curse. On one hand, it provides economic benefits and promotes local products and services to a wider audience. On the other hand, it raises concerns over the quality and ethics of these advertisements. We must be mindful of the messages being presented in these commercials and ensure that they are not promoting hatred, violence, or other negative actions. As a society, we have a responsibility to ensure that the “Land of Smiles” remains a place of peace and happiness for all.
All the points made in this article are just one person’s perspective, but they are meant to shed light on the problem of brainless and unethical Thai commercials. Thailand is known as the land of smiles, peace, and wonder, and it is important to keep it that way. There are a thousand ways to communicate the benefits of a product without resorting to hatred or violence, and it is time for producers and creatives to start using those methods. This article is a call to action for all Thai people who care about the image of Thailand and its people to stop these brainless and unethical Thai commercials from continuing to be produced.
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