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March 10, 2014

Lonely Planet’s short documentary with Marko

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Here’s lonely planet’s flagship travel series 6 Degrees. In this episode (comfortably divided into 2 parts) we’ll see our own Mako Cunningham going out into the mean Bangkok streets in search of people in need. Read More

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March 5, 2014

Bangkok Rescue : Interview with Marko Cunningham

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“I met Marko back in 2008 and in 2010 did this story about him for an in-flight magazine. Marko returned to Bangkok for the violent protester-government clashes, risking his neck once again to save someone else’s.” –  Read More

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March 5, 2014

To the rescue: Stories from Healthcare Workers at the Scenes of Disasters

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Filled with inspiring accounts of human valor, the reader will be able to access the minds of the emergency workers, that just like Marko Cunningham, go out there everyday with no other purpose than to save lives.

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March 2, 2014

Expat Kiwi recounts sleeping with the tsunami-dead

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In this interview by scoops.co.nz independent news, Marko gives a thrilling and shocking account of the terrible events that caused more than 4,000 people to lose their lives in southern Thailand in december 2004.

 

 

 

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March 2, 2014

Bangkok bodysnatchers by Andrew Marshall

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Time magazine’s writer and published author Andrew Marshall does a second interview with Marko Cunningham about his volunteering efforts in Bangkok’s streets.

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March 2, 2014

BK magazine interview with Marko Cunningham

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Mobile Ambulance Driver Marko Andrew Cunningham

Marko Andrew Cunningham changes careers more often than some of us change our underwear. He was born in Liverpool, moved to New Zealand and then traveled throughout America, Europe and Asia, eventually settling down in Thailand. He’s now a teacher and a volunteer for the Ruamkatunyu Foundation, an organization that helps people deal with accidents, death and poverty. He spends B15,000 a month working for other people and running his mobile ambulance. You can help him helping the others by logging on to www.markokang.fabpage.com. Read More

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March 2, 2014

Marko’s interview with Time Magazine’s Andrew Marshall

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Reporter and collaborator of Time Magazine, Mr Andrew Marshall, decided to devote an entire story to Marko and his relentless efforts to help people in the streets of Bangkok. Read More

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March 2, 2014

Good Guys Doing GREAT Things

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By day they stand in front of eager, young Thais, imparting their knowledge of their mother tongue, educating Thailand’s leaders of tomorrow.  By night, these two middle-aged foreigners linger in a dark Thai soi, waiting for the call that will see them race around the streets of Bangkok at breakneck speed.  What they do is dirty, and at times dangerous, but they love it and pursue it with a passion.  It’s what drives them and nothing else makes them feel more alive.  They are the two white faces in the Ruamkatanyu Foundation’s rescue service. Read More

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March 2, 2014

The hot seat: Marko’s interview with Ajarn.com

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Back in 2010, Marko was interview with ajarn.com, one of Bangkok’s most popular online communities about his very special volunteering activities.

Here’s what Marko Cunningham had to say about his job as a “bodysnatcher” :

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February 28, 2014

Beattie’s book blog on Marko Cunningham

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Beattie’s book blog, the unofficial homepage of the New Zealand book community have done a story on Marko Cunningham’s book and volunteering activity.

Check out what they had to say about our hero.

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