Thailand’s first Line store, at Siam Square One in Bangkok, recently opened, part of a Bt500million Line Village Bangkok project due to launch by the end of the year. When completed, a three-storey, 1,500-sqm indoor theme park filled with digital amusements will have 11 of the main Line characters on view in both virtual-reality format an...
China is taking a relatively cautious stance on the disputes involving the South China Sea. It is currently undertaking military reforms, and toward the end of 2016 Vice Admiral Yuan Yubai was appointed commanding officer of the Southern Theatre Command, which is responsible for the South China Sea.
Thailand and China may have nearly 3,000 years of relations. However, the three years of twist-and-turn negotiations over the controversial high-speed train project has showed that both countries still lack much-needed understanding to produce stronger and longer lasting ties into the next millennium.
Chinese investors are taking a keen interest in Thailand’s smart-city initiatives and digital-innovation parks, part of our government’s Thailand 4.0 policy to use new technologies and industries to pull the country out of the middle-income trap.
In his letter lamenting the loss of the verdant British Embassy grounds in Bangkok, Lem Morgan appears to have forgotten that for most British citizens this location has become nothing more than a memory from the distant past.
It is amazing that this morning none of the two Thai English newspaper websites has reported the news of the accident where five people were killed in the CPF factory’s wastewater plant on Bangna Trad Road.
If China truly aspires to work in partnership with the United States, it must strengthen the pressure being applied on North Korea and put the brakes on Pyongyang’s nuclear and missile development. The United States must tenaciously continue urging China to take such action.