Really, Blizz. You have to be "in person" to get the medallion. That's just BS and a really lousy way to treat your loyal customers whom cannot afford to go to Taiwan (like we would go with as nuts as it is right now over there).
I am not sure why reading the comments would have been enjoyable. Whine, moan... everyone outside the US doesn't get nearly a sniff to what happens in the US, so when one event happens outside the US, most feel outraged? I would hope some would be pleased that things happen outside the US, brand global reach needs to be active, to keep people outside the US feeling involved, helping with the brand longevity. Even if items were in the store, it would sell out instantly, and folks would still complain. And for those in Thailand, I bet it was so nice to get something thoughtful, and unique without having to travel all the way to the US. I am curious as to what was on the scroll, there are a few people carrying these and there is one next to the pin. Is there a picture to share what this is?