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SPORTS

Boston Celtics put away Mavs for record 18th title

Reuters, Published on 18/06/2024

» BOSTON - One of the first people to congratulate Boston Celtics star Jayson Tatum on winning the NBA championship was his 6-year-old son.

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THAILAND

Mr. Aswin Joins D-Day 80th Anniversary Commemoration

Published on 10/06/2024

» Mr. Aswin Techajareonvikul, Honorary Patron of the Royal British Legion Thailand, joined the D-Day 80th Anniversary Commemoration in paying tribute to the Allied troops who, supported by sea and air, fought the greatest land battles of World War II. The Commemoration Service, held on 6 June 2024, was organised by the Royal British Legion Thailand and took place at the Royal Varuna Yacht Club.

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OPINION

Beach woes need blue sky thinking

Editorial, Published on 09/06/2024

» The news in March about a foreigner attacking a Thai woman who was sitting on the stone stairs of his villa, which encroached on Phuket's Yamu public beach, stirred up a national debate about the beach grab issue.

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SPORTS

Tawanchai retains ONE Featherweight Muay Thai World title

Published on 08/06/2024

» ONE Championship™ (ONE), the world's largest martial arts organisation, electrified the sold-out Impact Arena in Bangkok, Thailand, with ONE 167: Tawanchai vs Nattawut II.

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GENERAL

Japan has spent $62bn defending yen

Published on 31/05/2024

» Japan spent a record ¥9.8 trillion ($62.2 billion) in the past month to prop up the yen after it fell to a 34-year low against the US dollar, surpassing the amount it used in 2022 to defend the currency.

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GENERAL

Building wealth through health

Business, Published on 30/05/2024

» Financial markets price the future. About a year ago, the market was looking for an aggressive reversal of interest rates, reflecting the turmoil in the US banking system and the expectation of an economic slowdown.

OPINION

Beyond the hype: Gauging AI's true economic impact

Oped, Published on 30/05/2024

» According to tech leaders and many pundits and academics, artificial intelligence (AI) is poised to transform the world as we know it through unprecedented productivity gains. While some believe that machines soon will do everything humans can do, ushering in a new age of boundless prosperity, other predictions are at least more grounded. For example, Goldman Sachs predicts that generative AI will boost global GDP by 7% over the next decade, and the McKinsey Global Institute anticipates that the annual GDP growth rate could increase by 3-4 percentage points between now and 2040. For its part, The Economist expects that AI will create a blue-collar bonanza.

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LIFE

Love, beauty, violence

Life, Kong Rithdee, Published on 24/05/2024

» Last year, the world embraced Barbie and Poor Things, two outstanding films that tapped into the state of female consciousness in the 21st century. At the 77th Cannes Film Festival, which ends tomorrow, women-driven stories of all stripes are pushed further up (or down) the emotional spectrum. A noticeable number of titles premiering at the influential festival feature female protagonists in varying states of joy and distress -- and to varying results. Powerful acting by female talent also injects life and spirit into those stories, hailing from all corners of the Earth.

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THAILAND

Park battles rising tide of rubbish

News, Apinya Wipatayotin, Published on 21/05/2024

» According to Hat Noppharat Thara–Mu Ko Phi Phi National Park officials, marine officers will step up their work collecting floating rubbish around the popular Koh Phi Phi beach, which has been swept in by the monsoon season weather cycle.

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LIFE

Cannes 2024 highlights

Life, Kong Rithdee, Published on 14/05/2024

» From Francis Ford Coppola's new epic to a Taiwanese drama starring a Thai actor and a Pol Pot drama, we pick hot titles from the French film festival that kicks off today.