I'm out in Bangkok at the moment running the Bangkok Games Jam event on behalf of the British Council as part of the Bangkok Design Festival. We have 40 students battling it out for the kudos of being able to create the best game they can in just 48 hours!
I have a number of UK games industry professionals out here with me helping me run the event.
If you would like to follow the game jam back in the UK, there are a number of ways:
Follow the following people on Twitter: @davywavy @manak @g_bry @we_are_twisted
Live Video: http://www.blogtv.com/People/BangkokGameJam
I'll be adding updates to this forum thread every few hours also.
If anyone has the time and inclination and would like to help a team out then email me at email@example.com telling me if you are artist/designer/programmer and I will put you directly in touch with a team that needs help in your skills area. Please be aware that Thailand is 7 hours ahead of the UK, so please think carefully before volunteering your assistance, as the team will need to you to continue to contribute until the end of the jam.
Game jamming is an enormously valuable experience for student game developers. I hope you get a chance to have a look in and see what's going on, contribute, ask questions, chat with your Thai peers and play some of the games that result from the Bangkok Games Jam