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    EVA to Expand Japan Services in 2019

    By prnews, Created on: 28/11/2018, Last updated on: 28/11/2018

    » [attachment=1:39x59vkq]1.jpg[/attachment:39x59vkq] [b:39x59vkq]Launching flights to Nagoya, Aomori and Matsuyama[/b:39x59vkq] TAIPEI, TAIWAN (27 Nov., 2018) – EVA Air will launch flights to three more destinations in Japan in 2019, complementing the eight gateways it is serving now. Subject to...

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    LBJ 2016 Full Movie Online

    By hyur, Created on: 10/12/2017, Last updated on: 10/12/2017

    » As Donald Trump nears the end of his first yr inside the Presidency, alarm is developing over what many observers see as his intellectual instability, and the fear that he may use nuclear weapons against North Korea. The President’s public behavior in speeches and on Twitter and his reported private...

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    Japan invites Thai to experience the culture of Japan

    By prnews, Created on: 13/07/2017, Last updated on: 13/07/2017

    » [size=150:3i5d61hg][b:3i5d61hg]Japan invites Thai to experience the culture of Japan night view (YAKEI)[/b:3i5d61hg][/size:3i5d61hg] [attachment=0:3i5d61hg]JapanNightViewTourismFestival2017.jpg[/attachment:3i5d61hg] Recently, [b:3i5d61hg]Mr. Motoo Marumaru, General incorporated association YAKEI...

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    Nuclear Power for Thailand

    By Anonymous, Created on: 04/09/2007, Last updated on: 09/07/2014

    » The Prime Minister has explained the plan for a nuclear power plant to produce energy for Thailand and help Thailand move away from reliance on oil and gas. Thailand is a net importer of energy, getting much of its energy from the middle east at a huge cost to the country. Added to that the use of...

    • drake commented : [quote="hawaiiman":23pfke5u]LFTR nuke plants can offer a tested technology to fulfill the promise of nuclear power. Look it up.[/quote:23pfke5u] Yeah, I'm a fan of Thorium tech myself but the issue of Nuclear Energy has been sooo hugely muddled by the NGOs of the world and most people, who don't bother to educate themselves on the topic or lack the ability/inclination thereof, had been so conditioned to have a negative gut reaction upon exposure to the word 'Nuclear' and/or 'Radiation' you can't even get a word in edgewise. Hiroshima, Nagasaki, burnt corpses, walking dead, Nuclear, bad..... Radiation exposure, skin boils off, hair falls out, die painful death, Nuclear, bad, bad.... Three Miles Island, Chernobyl, Fukushima, radiation leaks, contaminations, evacuations, Nuclear, bad, bad, bad.... LaLaLaLaLaLaLaLaLaLaLaLaLaLaLaLaLa..... Most anti-Nuke Thais believe that Thailand should '[b:23pfke5u][i:23pfke5u]remain[/i:23pfke5u][/b:23pfke5u]' Nuke Free and no Nuclear reactor should ever be built in Thailand for any reason - as if the one that'd been running in Chatujak since 1962 doesn't exist. We may have to wait until China and India get their Thorium reactors commercialized before it will catch on. Ironically, Thailand has it's own Thorium deposits....

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