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    On her own terms

    B Magazine, Chanun Poomsawai, Published on 28/07/2019

    » Born and raised in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, Yunalis Zara'ai, aka Yuna, has come a long way since her MySpace days and her 2012 Pharrell Williams-produced self-titled debut. While her early materials exist mostly in the dreamy realm of folk-infused indie-pop, her subsequent output has crossed over into the R&B/hip-hop territory in a way that not many pop upstarts could pull off (her third international studio album, Chapters, welcomes guest appearances from some of the biggest names in R&B like Usher and Jhené Aiko).

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    Best foot forward

    Asia focus, Pathom Sangwongwanich, Published on 10/10/2016

    » Balance is a word that everybody understands, but not everyone succeeds at applying the concept in life or business. This is not the case with Alexis Nasard, the new CEO of Bata, who has made it his mission to steer the renowned footwear company along a steady and sustainable course.

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    Yangon's real estate challenge

    Asia focus, Tanyatorn Tongwaranan, Published on 07/03/2016

    » Myanmar has experienced dramatic changes economically and politically over the past few years. As foreign investors rush to set up shop in the newly open market, office space in the country's commercial capital is among the most expensive in the world.

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    Cambodia raises garment wage

    Published on 12/11/2014

    » PHNOM PENH - Cambodia on Wednesday raised the controversial monthly minimum wage for garment workers by 28%, a decision likely to infuriate unions seeking a higher increase and revive calls for strike action.

  • Forum

    The Value of a Tourist.

    By Sean Moran, Created on: 18/01/2009, Last updated on: 15/12/2010

    » What are some of the most common positive and negative results of foreign tourists from overseas visiting Thailand? Thai opinions welcome, kap.

    • Bigwillie commented : of Thailand to resolve their political differences and learn to work together for the benefit of everyone. In society we can't have everything our way so we have to make compromises. Now is not the time to divide your nation as the economy is weak. It will take everyone's effort to make it work including the small number of tourist who sometimes create headaches for you. Ultimately, you have to look inside at yourself, and at the government policies that are related to tourism. There are opportunities for change if you look for them, but you can't blame the tourist as they are only doing what they are allowed.

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