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    Beijing plays, Hun Sen dances

    Asia focus, Pathom Sangwongwanich, Published on 13/02/2017

    » The ever-contentious One China policy has flared up again, but this time the spark did not ignite over the Taiwan Strait or across the Pacific Ocean. Rather, it was here in Southeast Asia, Cambodia to be specific, when Prime Minister Hun Sen banned the Taiwanese and Tibetan flags.


    Taiwan pact backs Thai medical ICT

    Business, Suchit Leesa-nguansuk, Published on 04/01/2017

    » Taiwanese authorities have reached an agreement with the Thai government to support the development of local information and communication technology (ICT) in agriculture and biotechnology.


    Liu's legacy will live on

    News, Editorial, Published on 15/07/2017

    » Even though the totalitarian rulers of China might have succeeded in preventing Chinese Nobel Peace Prize laureate Liu Xiaobo from living longer, they will find it hard to prevent people in China and elsewhere from keeping the legacy of the human rights and democracy advocate alive.


    Handsome devil

    Published on 12/07/2016

    » Hè Junxiáng, better known as Mike He, is one of Taiwan’s biggest stars. The former model made his breakthrough playing bad boy Jiang Meng in the popular series Devil Beside You and has starred in many hit series since then. Despite his popularity, the 32-year-old had never had the chance to meet his fans in Thailand. But last month he finally arrived in the capital for a fan meeting.


    From Azerbaijan and Taiwan, films about pain and growth

    Life, Apipar Norapoompipat, Published on 16/06/2017

    » The Royal City Bangkok Film Club will be screening two movies from Azerbaijan and Taiwan for free (with drinks and snacks) at River City Bangkok. This is a rather new screening venue, established with the aim of becoming a space for alternative cinema. The location, by the river near Si Phraya, is also a change of atmosphere.


    The journey of parenthood

    Life, Kanin Srimaneekulroj, Published on 04/12/2015

    » Released just in time for Father's Day here in Thailand, Baby Steps is the directorial debut of Barney Cheng, the Taiwanese-American actor who once starred in Woody Allen's 2002 film Hollywood Ending, and is also produced by Hsu-Li Kong, the Oscar award-winning producer from Crouching Tiger Hidden Dragon. The film received the Tribeca Film Institute All Access production grant in 2014, and was also further funded by the Taiwan Ministry of Culture as well as the City of Taipei.


    A poem in motion

    Life, Kong Rithdee, Published on 11/09/2015

    » From the first shot to the last, when the assassin leads a group of peasants into the majestic wilderness of Tang Dynasty China, this is likely to be the most ravishing film you'll see in a long while. The swift tumult of fabric, the heart-bleeding colours, the luxuriant verdant of the forest -- The Assassin, shot on 35mm at a time when almost every film in the world is shot on digital, is also a martial arts drama that compels us to rethink the essence of the genre. Historically regarded as a cheap, sweaty form of entertainment, the wuxia film has reached the pinnacle of high-art in this Taiwanese production -- and some audiences will certainly feel baffled, if not exasperated.

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    2nd China, Taiwan call scam busted

    Jerdsak Saengthongcharoen, Published on 20/11/2014

    » CHON BURI - Police cracked down on Thursday on a phone scam set-up operated by nine Chinese and Taiwanese who had arrived in Thailand as tourists.


    Dollar revival takes shine off asia stocks

    Business, Published on 14/02/2017

    » Recap: Asian markets fell early last week amid worries about Donald Trump's protectionist stance, uncertainty about France's political outlook, another crisis brewing in Greece and falling oil prices. However, sentiment picked up following Wall Street's climb to record highs after President Trump said he planned to overhaul business taxes. The Thai stock market see-sawed, with profit-taking keeping the SET Index in check while buying ahead of corporate earnings and dividend season limited the downside.


    Phone scam gang busted

    Jon Fernquest, Published on 28/03/2012

    » Gang members pretending to be police & bank officials earned 7% after getting Taiwanese people to transfer money to bank accounts.

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