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Thailand opens its doors to Digital Nomads.

Thailand is preparing to accommodate an increasing number of “digital nomads” with eyes on Bangkok, Phuket, and Chiang Mai as work and vacation destinations. A...

Travelling to Donki Mall via Bus

Donki Mall Thonglor, one of the prestigious malls of the Thonglor area, is a cornucopia of many Japanese brands as well as plenty of...

First all civilian space mission to launch this Wednesday

SpaceX's first all-civilian launch is set to take place on Wednesday (Sept. 15), conveying a message of diversity as part of the third billionaire-led...

New radical designed Tri-Wing Jumbo Jet Concept Reduces Fuel Consumption by 70%

The high-lift wing configuration of SE Aeronautic’s new SE200 also gives it short takeoff and landing potential. Airliners haven’t traditionally been a lightning rod for...

ABBA are back with a new album VOYAGE!

ABBA, the Swedish band, revealed their first new record in four decades on Thursday, as well as plans to do a series of virtual...

Top 10 net buys and net sales last week by foreign investors

BCH's net profit in the second quarter this year was THB1.14 billion, up 311 per cent year on year. Meanwhile, PTT Global Chemical Pcl (PTTGC)...

Ministry to propose limited resumption of dine-in service

The Public Health Ministry is seeking approval from the Centre for Covid-19 Situation Administration (CCSA) to allow restaurants to reopen to fully vaccinated diners...

20 million AZ doses needed to reopen country, health expert says

Thailand can safely reopen, a health expert said on Monday. Dr Vijj Kasemsup, a community-based health programme expert at Ramathibodi Hospital, Mahidol University, said 10...

Pierre Cardin, designer who turned name into brand, dies at 98

The Agence France-Presse reported the news, citing his family. France's Academy of Fine Arts confirmed the news in a tweet. He lived in Paris and...

WHO director predicts 100 million additional coronavirus cases worldwide

"At the current trajectory, we could pass 300 million cases early next year," he said during a media briefing. "But we can change that....

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