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    AMCHAM "CSR Excellence Recognition" Award for Aditya Birla Group, Thailand

    Published on 29/10/2020

    » On 27th October 2020, the American Chamber of Commerce in Thailand (AMCHAM) conferred its “CSR Excellence Recognition’


    Fresh push to save Vienna's Jewish cemetery 'jewel'

    AFP, Published on 29/10/2020

    » VIENNA - "It might sound strange but when I came here for the first time... I fell in love with this place," says Jennifer Kickert, spokeswoman for an association striving to clean up a long-neglected Jewish cemetery in Vienna's north-eastern suburbs.


    Pandemic, election brew an extra-spooky Halloween

    AFP, Published on 29/10/2020

    » CROTON-ON-HUDSON (UNITED STATES) - Croton-on-Hudson is a quaint village an hour north of New York City that has thrived thanks to a spooky tale written some 200 years ago.


    Lower-league football clubs 'face extinction' without rescue package

    AFP, Published on 29/10/2020

    » MANSFIELD (UNITED KINGDOM) - Football clubs outside the Premier League that are the beating heart of the English game will vanish unless a financial rescue package is agreed imminently.

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    Double trouble

    Life, Suwitcha Chaiyong, Published on 29/10/2020

    » A variety of random characters and items -- Spanish conquistador Francisco Pizarro González, Japanese comic character Perman, Snow White, popular Glico Japanese snack Pocky and an ATM -- appear in the painting Justice Pillar from the collection "Doppelgänger" created by Verapong Sritrakoolkitjakarn, better known as Verapong VS Ayino. On view until Sunday at Kawit Studio & Gallery, "Doppelgänger" displays six oil-on-linen paintings and six woodcut artworks. Each artwork depicts subjects related to Verapong's interests including historical figures, Japanese and Walt Disney cartoon characters and things around us. Meaning a biologically unrelated lookalike or a double, the word doppelgänger is German, but Verapong sees it often when he reads Japanese comic books.


    The navel of the Mekong

    Life, Karnjana Karnjanatawe, Published on 29/10/2020

    » The partly cloudy sky gradually turned orange and red after sunset. The twilight colours, which reflected on the Mekong River, provided a great contrast to the dark green mountain ranges in Laos and grass dotted with white flowers on the bank of the river in Thailand's Bueng Kan province.

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    Iconsiam invites all to grand Loy Krathong party

    Life, Published on 29/10/2020

    » Taking privilege of its prime location by the scenic Chao Phraya River, Iconsiam is inviting everyone to celebrate the Loy Krathong festival under a Full Moon during "Iconsiam Chao Phraya River Of Eternal Prosperity", which will take place at its River Park on Saturday from 5pm.


    'Pioneer' octogenarian Vietnamese artist gets first solo exhibit

    AFP, Published on 28/10/2020

    » HANOI: Aged almost 90, Vietnamese artist Mong Bich picks a spot on the tiled floor of her favourite room, checks the light and sits down to paint.

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    Recreating old frames

    Life, Suwitcha Chaiyong, Published on 28/10/2020

    » The founder of Green Lantern Gallery, Watjanasin Charuwattanakitt, has been interested in Thai mural paintings ever since he ordained as a monk at Pariwat Temple and noticed that there were paintings about Buddhism on the walls and doors. Since then, he likes to visit temples to see murals, however, he often encounters difficulty as not all temples are open to the public.


    Can Gap Escape the Whirlwind? New CEO Confronts Years of Decline

    Business, Published on 28/10/2020

    » In late March, Gap Inc., the perennially struggling retailer, temporarily closed all its North American stores in response to the Covid-19 lockdown and lost 70% of its revenue overnight.

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