Site name: bigbabykenny.com
Site theme: promotion of sex-tourism, gambling, economics
“Other Thailand Nightlife Blogs blow a lot of smoke and frequently play fast and loose with the truth to promote their hidden agendas.
Here we try to blow away the smokescreens other sites are blowing to obfuscate the truth.
All to serve the higher purpose of getting laid better, cheaper, and more efficiently.”
Professor Kenneth Ng
California State University Northridge (CSUN)
Los Angeles, California
1) Are the faculty and administration of the CSUN College of Business and Economics, Department of Economics and the California State University system aware that Professor Kenneth Ng operates a blog which promotes sex-tourism and by his own words engages in
2) Are these institutions and authorities aware that engaging in and promotion of prostitution are illegal under Thai law?
3) Are these institutions and authorities aware that it is rare for nightlife establishments in Thailand to closely scrutinize documents supplied by potential employees, that identification which falsifies age is common among Thai sex-workers, and that an American who enters into a place of prostitution or engages the services of a prostitute has a significant likelihood of being in violation of provisions of 18 U.S.C. § 2252(B)(b), the The PROTECT Act of 2003?
4) Has it been established if Professor Ng has been misusing computer equipment and networks which are the property of the CSUN College of Business and Economics, Department of Economics and the California State University system to engage in blogging on and promotion of sex-tourism in Thailand?
5) If it can be established that Professor Ng has been misusing computer equipment and networks which are the property of these institutions and authorities, and as the bigbabykenny.com hosts paid commercial advertisements, does this constitute a violation of CSUN Policy 900-04 regarding Commercially Oriented Activity?
6) Can it be established that prior notification has been made to the appropriate authorities within the CSUN College of Business and Economics, Department of Economics and the California State University system regarding the activities of Professor Kenneth Ng and they chose a course of denial and inaction?
7) Is it possible for Professor Ng to disprove by an examination of his passport that he was in Thailand during the time he was
photographed in the Duke of Wellington Pub and/or the dates on which images posted on the bigbabykenny.com website were taken inside other establishments (“G-clubs”) which are acknowledged by the author, Kenneth Ng, as places of prostitution?
8) What would be the potential impact on CSUN and the other entities involved if media focus from local press (LA Times, etc.), national broadcast media (Fox News, etc.) or internet (Huffington Post, etc.) were to be brought upon them?
Visiting questionable establishments-
Photos of Kenneth Ng a/k/a Big Baby Kenny in Duke of Wellington Pub, an establishment known to cater to sex-tourists and consumers of commercial sex. (Note that Professor Ng is carrying the same Nikon D500 camera model used to create photos on the bigbabykenny.com website.)
Prior examples of behavior-
Frequent submissions to TFS2M, a blog operated by the owners of the Duke of Wellington Pub and the Big Mango Bar (the latter being situated in Bangkok’s most notorious commercial sex district) and others.
“FYI, for those who don’t wish to descend into the muck, Prof. Kenneth Ng’s hobby site at bigbabykenny.com is devoted to the promotion of sex-tourism, youth-focused sexual exploitation and other illegal acts. Wholly unacceptable in academia, a blight on CSUN and, most
pathetically, he can’t even grasp the economics of the pay-for-play marketplace.”
“I was shocked to find out that Professor Ng runs a website called bigbabykenny.com. He should be tossed but he’s tenured and the university is hiding behind freedom of speech. I would not want my daughter being around this guy for sure.”
CSUN employment and Chain of Command-
Kenneth Ng, Associate Professor
1988 Ph.D. University of Rochester
Office Telephone: (818) 677-4610
Faculty Office: JH 4262
Other faculty of CSUN:
William Jennings, Dean
College of Business and Economics
Office of the Dean
Juniper Hall, Room 3105
Phone: (818) 677-2455
Fax: (818) 677-6324
Judith E. Hennessey, Ph.D., Associate Dean
College of Business and Economics
Office of the Associate Dean (JH 3109)
Telephone Number: (818) 677-2466
Fax Number: (818) 677-3188
Adam Gifford, Department of Economics Chair
Email: adam.gifford Department Office: Juniper Hall (JH) 3125
Department Hours: M-F 8am – 5pm
Telephone Number: (818) 677-2462
Fax Number: (818) 677-6079
Officers of the Faculty Senate:
Faculty President: Jennifer Matos Secretary of the Faculty: Sandra Chong
CSU Board of Trustees:
Trustee Secretariat: email lhernandez
Arnold Schwarzenegger, Governor of California
John Garamendi, Lieutenant Governor
Karen Bass, Speaker of the Assembly
Jack O’Connell, State Superintendent of Public Instruction
Charles B. Reed, CSU Chancellor
Jeffrey L. Bleich, Chair
Herbert L. Carter, Vice Chair, Member, Committee on University and Faculty Personnel
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Carol R. Chandler
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