Tue, 20 Nov 2018 01:00
How the Thai-Belgian Friendship Bridge was born
Re: “How Thai-Belgian bridge of friendship was built”, The Nation, June 4.
Mon, 12 Nov 2018 01:00
Two works, two cities
Two new performances promise to show the significant progress of the nine-year-old 18 Monkeys Dance Theatre
Sun, 04 Nov 2018 23:05
Rising to the challenge
WALLOP TREERERKNGAM EXPLAINS HOW THE JAPANESE BUSINESS MANTRA OF
‘HO-REN-SO’ HAS HELPED SUZUKI MOTOR STRENGTHEN ITS FOOTING IN THAILAND
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Sun, 04 Nov 2018 01:00
Vietnam could give tech companies one year to obey cyberlaw
Vietnam may give internet companies like Google and Facebook one year to comply with a controversial cybersecurity law, according to a draft decree that outlines how the draconian bill could be implemented.
Tue, 30 Oct 2018 01:00
Collaborative tech enables productivity, innovation
Technology disruption has had a huge impact on the global workplace as well as those in Asean. Minhaj Zia, vice president for Polycom in India, South Asia Association of Regional Cooperation and Southeast Asia, speaks to The Nation’s Kwanchai Rungfapaisarn on the new trends at the workplace today and how they can overcome challenges.
Mon, 29 Oct 2018 01:00
Will the junta walk into the (t)rap?
Isn’t it going to be fun to see just how the NCPO deals with this toxic topic of a song by rappers that has proved very popular with Thai youth?
Wed, 17 Oct 2018 01:00
British woman’s ‘rape’ never happened, Thai police conclude
A BRITISH teen who claimed to have been drugged and raped on Koh Tao in June has failed to confirm the site of the attack, identity of the attacker or how the attack happened while being questioned in the UK, Thai police officers said.
Thu, 04 Oct 2018 01:00
Liquefaction: When terra firma turns to mush
Survivors of the enormous 7.5-magnitude earthquake and tsunami in Sulawesi, Indonesia that killed 1,234 people have given harrowing testimony of how the ground beneath their feet seemed to churn and suddenly rise up – swallowing everything in its path.
Tue, 02 Oct 2018 07:05
US, Japan duo win Nobel Medicine Prize for cancer therapy
Two immunologists, James Allison of the US and Tasuku Honjo of Japan, won the 2018 Nobel Medicine Prize for research into how the body's natural defences can fight cancer, the jury said on Monday.
Tue, 02 Oct 2018 01:00
US, Japanese pair win Nobel Medicine Prize for cancer therapy
Stockholm - Two immunologists, James Allison of the US and Tasuku Honjo of Japan, won the 2018 Nobel Medicine Prize for research into how the body's natural defences can fight cancer, the jury said on Monday.
Tue, 28 Aug 2018 06:48
Facebook move on Myanmar raises thorny political questions
Facebook's ban of Myanmar's military leaders marks a new step for the leading social network against state "actors" -- and raises thorny questions on how the company deals with repressive regimes using the platform.
Thu, 16 Aug 2018 01:00
Why is the Philippines lagging behind in Asean?
My last piece on how the Philippines remains the tailender among the five original Asean members – and now even including Vietnam – begs the question, why?
Fri, 10 Aug 2018 01:00
Cashless microfinance trend in India offers model for helping Thailand’s poor
THE integration of cashless technology in microfinance lending in Mumbai is being studied as a model for how the innovation’s success in India’s business hub can be applied to help the urban poor in Thailand.
Mon, 06 Aug 2018 06:00
Businesses, shoppers must see how they can save and profit, Asia-Europe Meeting concurs
ENVIRONMENTAL experts have called for financial incentives to spur the urgent implementation of plastic-waste reduction efforts and mitigate threats to marine life and life in general.
Wed, 01 Aug 2018 01:00
How the political divide has affected gender equality
Thaksin Shinawatra is, understandably, frustrated. And extremely frustrated people rarely watch their words. That being said, whoever helped him come up with the “camouflaged skirts” remark he used to describe the military government should have their pay severely cut.