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WORLD

Myanmar residents lobby Japan to act over conscription law

Kyodo News, Published on 15/05/2024

» KYODO - Members of Myanmar's expatriate community in Japan are lobbying local assemblies to pressure the central government to accept their fleeing compatriots in the wake of the enforcement of a controversial conscription law by the junta in February.

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THAILAND

Huawei Cloud Introduces AI-Native GaussDB in Thailand

Published on 14/05/2024

» Huawei Technologies (Thailand) Co., Ltd. on May 14, 2024, hosted the Huawei Cloud Database Summit Thailand 2024. The theme of the summit was "GaussDB: A Better Way to Database". In collaboration with local customers and partners, Huawei introduced GaussDB solutions to enable various public and private industries in Thailand to access AI-Native Database technologies and accelerate digitalization. Huawei Cloud also launched its GaussDB Pioneer Program in Thailand to promote innovation and application of database technologies in the country.

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LIFE

Masterpieces of the Magyar

Life, James Keller, Published on 14/05/2024

» Supported by B.Grimm, the Royal Bangkok Symphony Orchestra (RBSO) gave a dedicated concert late last month at the Thailand Cultural Centre to mark the 155th anniversary of formal diplomatic relations between Thailand, Austria and Hungary. Many ambassadors were in attendance for this important historical event in the social calendar, including HE Dr Sándor Sipos of the Embassy of Hungary. The emphasis was, in fact, wholly on the music of the Magyar people, featuring top-drawer Hungarian violinist Vilmos Oláh and compatriot conductor Andrea Daru from Budapest. That culture certainly boasts earthy music of the most profound emotional depth, and indeed, the programming for this concert was an absolute delight for the aural senses, opening with the glorious Les Préludes by Franz Liszt.

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LIFE

Handsome detailing

Life, Kanokporn Chanasongkram, Published on 10/05/2024

» Patek Philippe exuberantly puts its artistic techniques into practice as much as possible. Subsequently, a spectacle of 82 pieces was premiered at the Rare Handcrafts 2024 exhibition held last month at the Patek Philippe Salons in Geneva.

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INVESTMENT

A tale of two havens

Business, Published on 24/04/2024

» The substantial outperformance of US equities versus US Treasuries over the first quarter of 2024 has left many multi-asset managers and investors asking: what’s next?

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OPINION

Are all of us ready for AI creative destruction?

Oped, Published on 24/04/2024

» The ancient Chinese concept of yin and yang attests to humans' tendency to see patterns of interlocked opposites in the world around us, a predilection that has lent itself to various theories of natural cycles in social and economic phenomena. Just as the great medieval Arab philosopher Ibn Khaldun saw the path of an empire's eventual collapse imprinted in its ascent, the twentieth-century economist Nikolai Kondratiev postulated that the modern global economy moves in "long wave" super-cycles.

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SPORTS

Rodtang returns to Impact Arena for Puric fight

Sports, Published on 19/04/2024

» Rodtang Jitmuangnon is back.

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GENERAL

'60-Minute' Lunchtime Face Lift

Published on 10/04/2024

» ‘A LUNCHTIME FACE LIFT FOR TOP CELEBRITIES IN ONLY JUST 60 MINUTES TO ACHIEVE THE AGELESSNESS LIKE THE STARS’ AT NIDA ESTH’ MEDICAL CENTRE

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GENERAL

Cooling down a hot customer base

Business, Published on 08/04/2024

» Scorching heat and air pollution are driving sales of air conditioners and air purifiers this year in Thailand.

OPINION

Smarter than you think

Postbag, Published on 31/03/2024

» Re: "The power behind the PM", (AboutPolitics, March 23).