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    Honouring 34 Remarkable Sustainable Innovations at International Innovation Awards (IIA) 2023

    Published on 08/12/2023

    » Celebrating and embracing the spirit of progress and excellence, the International Innovation Awards (IIA) 2023 proudly honours 34 remarkable innovations that redefine industries and elevate the human experience on a global scale. As one of the pillars of the Innovation Revolution movement spearheaded by regional NGO Enterprise Asia since 2017, the award recognition program, which aims to create an innovation ecosystem for enterprises, is held annually to recognise outstanding innovations across the globe. This year marks the 7th edition of the awards which took place in Taipei, and was graced by Chern-Chyi “C.C.” Chen, Deputy Minister of Ministry of Economic Affairs, and Betty Hu, Deputy Director, Administration for Digital Industries, Ministry of Digital Affairs.


    UN: Hundreds of refugees adrift in Andaman

    Published on 06/12/2023

    » About 400 people are believed to be stranded on two boats adrift in the Andaman Sea, the United Nations refugee agency says, calling on nearby governments to help rescue them.


    Why so cheap?

    Postbag, Published on 30/11/2023

    » Re: "Illegal pork saga must end", (Editorial, Nov 25).


    Sutin backs cooperation with Asean

    News, Wassana Nanuam, Published on 24/11/2023

    » Phetchaburi: The Defence Ministry remains committed to promoting cooperation among the armies of Asean members while also focusing on neutrality in a time of external pressures.


    Licence doubts

    Postbag, Published on 23/11/2023

    » Re: "China-made sub engine is now 'okay'", (BP, Nov 21).


    Migrants get more time to renew visas

    News, Mongkol Bangprapa, Published on 15/11/2023

    » Migrant workers from Myanmar, Laos, Cambodia and Vietnam, previously allowed to remain and work in the country temporarily, have now been given an extension of stay while they apply for new visas and work permits, the Ministry of Interior revealed on Tuesday.


    Anwar Ibrahim's quiet triumph in Malaysia

    Oped, Published on 07/11/2023

    » The path from political prisoner to political power is by no means well-trodden, but those who have made the arduous journey in recent decades include luminaries such as Nelson Mandela, Jawaharlal Nehru, Aung San Suu Kyi, Michelle Bachelet, and Vaclav Havel. To this august group must be added Malaysian Prime Minister Anwar Ibrahim, who, after nine years in prison, is now showing the same zeal as Mandela did for institutional and economic reform rooted in democratic values.


    Asia Pacific Enterprise Awards 2023 Regional Edition Paves the Path for a Resurgent Asia

    Published on 01/11/2023

    » In a dazzling celebration of regional excellence, the Asia Pacific Enterprise Awards (APEA) 2023 Regional Edition took centre stage to honour outstanding businesses and visionary leaders who have played a pivotal role in propelling their enterprises to new heights on the global stage in the post-pandemic era. The prestigious event, held in Singapore, marked a momentous occasion that underscored the resilience, innovation, and unwavering commitment of Asian entrepreneurs and enterprises in the face of unprecedented challenges posed by the COVID-19 pandemic.


    New PM2.5 standard will alarm public

    Oped, Published on 01/11/2023

    » PM2.5 has become a major environmental and health problem in Southeast Asia. To deal with the issue, members of the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (Asean) have put in place PM2.5 standards to measure air quality. These countries usually use the World Health Organization's guidelines on PM2.5.


    Graft doubts

    Published on 16/10/2023

    » Re: "Senate blocks Upakit probe", (BP, Oct 10).

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