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    Malaysia to end visa-free entry for N Koreans

    Kyodo News, Published on 02/03/2017

    » KUALA LUMPUR - Malaysia has decided to end visa-free entry for North Koreans, effective on March 6, following the assassination in mid-February of the estranged half-brother of the reclusive country's leader Kim Jong Un, local media said on Thursday.


    S Korea gets tough on visa violations

    News, Post Reporters, Published on 23/04/2019

    » Almost 400 Thai travellers have been denied entry into South Korea since Friday, as Seoul steps up its crackdown on illegal migrant workers.

  • LIFE

    Cinema paradiso in Bangkok

    Life, Published on 13/05/2019

    » A selection of 10 Italian movies will be screened at the 5th Italian Film Festival Bangkok, which kicks off this Thursday and runs until May 26.


    Customs enjoys No.2 ranking in Asean

    Business, Wichit Chantanusornsiri, Published on 30/08/2018

    » Thai customs had the No.2 clearance efficiency in Asean after Singapore, up from third last year, according to the World Bank's latest Logistics Performance Index (LPI).

  • LIFE

    Proud, historic Scotland

    Life, Published on 18/02/2020

    » The legendary Russian-born virtuoso Boris Belkin visited Thailand two years ago to enthral classical-music lovers in Bangkok, and his return to the Thailand Cultural Centre late last month to collaborate with the Royal Bangkok Symphony Orchestra and Music Director Michel Tilkin generated no less interest or enthusiasm. For this appearance, in the presence of HRH Princess Sirivannavari Nariratana Rajakanya, he brought with him the atmosphere and sounds of proud, historic Scotland, in the form of a once-neglected gem of the repertoire -- the Scottish Fantasy by Max Bruch.


    Visitors from Cambodia face testing

    News, Apinya Wipatayotin, Published on 15/02/2020

    » The health authorities have ordered strict screening of passengers from the MS Westerdam and others arriving on flights or land from Cambodia after the cruise ship was allowed to berth in Sihanoukville on Thursday.


    Aid but no harbour for unwanted liner

    News, Apinya Wipatayotin, Published on 12/02/2020

    » Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha will give humanitarian help to the Dutch-flagged MS Westerdam cruise ship, with over 2,000 passengers and crew aboard, but remains firm in his decision not to allow the ship to dock in Thailand as part of strict measures against novel coronavirus.


    Coronavirus outbreak may be over in China by April: expert

    Reuters, Published on 11/02/2020

    » GUANGZHOU, China: The coronavirus outbreak is hitting a peak in China this month and may be over by April, the government's senior medical adviser said on Tuesday, in the latest assessment of an epidemic that has rattled the world.


    Bangkok ‘most at risk’ for spread: Virus update

    Bloomberg News, Published on 03/02/2020

    » China tried to come to grips with the expanding coronavirus outbreak, with the death toll climbing as residents returned from the Lunar New Year holidays.


    Core lesson we teach kids? Hypocrisy

    News, Published on 18/12/2019

    » As the year comes to an end, many of us are looking forward to a bonus, holidays and new resolutions. Looking ahead, two Saturdays after 2020 arrives, we will have yet another celebration -- wan dek or National Children's Day (NCD). Adults take pride in making this day memorable for children. Traditional activities and perks for kids include an opportunity to sit in the prime minister's chair at Government House (which I did years ago), breathtaking airshows by the Royal Thai Air Force, free gifts and privileged entry to zoos and museums. What a day to be a kid!

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