An anti-government website named Thai Spring Forum is set to launch as a venue to hold regular online meetings of the Thai Spring Group.

The group was protesting since May against the Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra's comments in her controversial speech in Mongolia. They will be revealing the details of the group's "Ulan Bator letter" which was endorsed by the group's supporters. The letter will be distributed to democratic countries across the globe. The Thai Spring Forum will be launched this coming Friday, where meetings will be held on Saturdays and Sundays. The Web page would give group members a forum to express their opinions, which will then be recorded and uploaded on YouTube. Attendance at the weekly meetings would be assessed according to the number of people viewing the Web page. They plan to invite quest speakers and pick topics for discussion and rallies will be scheduled online so that all the members can view it online.

The Yingluck government's actions had inspired him to create Thai Spring, adding that apart from abusing the state's power to further its own interests, the government had tried to whitewash Yingluck's brother, former premier Thaksin Shinawatra, and corrupt politicians by amending the charter.