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Find a Job Vacancy at an International School in Bangkok

For the best teaching environment in Thailand, as well as the best salaries and resources, qualified educators should pursue job vacancies at international schools...

Indians, Thais Most Confident of Travelling in the “New Normal”

By Siddhi Jain According to a new global study on travel in the post-COVID world, India and Thailand have the most citizens confident of travelling...

EU Lifts Travel Restrictions on 14 Countries, Excluding US

The European Union (EU) has lifted COVID-19 related travel restrictions on visitors from 14 nations, but its list excludes American travelers. People from Algeria, Australia,...

ASEAN Eyes Domestic Travel as Tourism Collapses

On a recent afternoon in Ho Chi Minh City, the airport was teeming with strangers who crowded to travel one another in line, filed...

Thailand Set to Enter the Clash of Hosting the 2026 Youth Olympics

According to International News Thailand is set to become the latest country to enter the fray for hosting the 2026 Youth Olympics. India, Russia...

Poverty and Inequality Rising Rapidly in Thailand: Report

By Zsombor Peter Thailand's poverty rate has been rising in recent years despite steady, if slow, overall economic growth, a new World Bank report says, widening...

Top 3 Travel Destinations in Asia For Solo Women Travellers

In recent years, the number of women embarking on solo adventures has skyrocketed -- a fact corroborated by the data of many travel companies...

Thailand’s Prime Minister Urge Residents of Bangkok to Wear Face Masks after Smog Cover Parts of Capital

Thailand’s prime minister urged residents of Bangkok to wear face masks on Monday after smog covered parts of the capital in what some fear...

Strict Conservation Laws Result in Eviction of Hundreds of Indigenous Karen People in Thailand

Hundreds of indigenous Karen people in Thailand face evictions from a national park that authorities wish to turn into a World Heritage Site, joining...

“We Got in Line And Handed Them The Money,”Cambodian Migrants Heading Home for the Holidays

Thousands of Cambodian migrant workers in Thailand have flocked to the border along Cambodia’s Banteay Meanchey and Battambang provinces to return home for the...

Thailand Voters Get To Vote For The First Time Since 2014 Coup

  Voters in Thailand were heading to the polls Sunday in the country’s first election since the military ousted an elected government in a 2014...

Thailand’s Election Date Set For Late March, Fiver Years After The Coup

Nearly five years after the military stormed to power in yet another coup, Thailand has finally announced an official election date scheduled for late...

Thailand Considers Same-Sex, LGBT Couples Rights Bill

Thailand’s government is considering a proposed Life Partnership Bill, which would guarantee same-sex couples rights similar to couples in traditional marriages, including the use...

Tesla’s Musk Sued For Defamation

Elon Musk, the chief executive of Tesla, was sued for defamation on Monday for falsely suggesting that a British caver who helped save 12...

Sea Turtles Suffer Majorly Due to Plastic Traps

Thai authorities have said that in less than two months, more than 20 sea turtles had been killed from plastic or fish net wraps. Thorn Thamrongnavaswasdi, vice dean of the...

India is The Most Corrupt Nation in Asia with Highest Bribery Rates of 69 %

India has surpassed Pakistan, Myanmar, Vietnam and, Thailand concerning bribery rate with 69 percent, the highest on the list Vietnam stood second on...

Fighting Cocaine Addiction! Buddhist Monastery in Thailand known for its Drug Rehabilitation Program

THAILAND, May 23, 2017: Cengiz seemed to have it all. A high-paying job in Germany's tech sector gave him money and prestige, but his life was...

Preah Vihear: Here is Why this UNESCO World Heritage site in Cambodia is popular among Tourists!

Phnom Penh (Cambodia), April 29, 2017: Phnom Penh in Cambodia is a place that is synonymous with serenity and conflict. The beautiful Royal Palace,...

Small-sized Communities in Thailand promoted as one-day Tourist spots besides the world-famous Beach resort

Thailand, Mar 6, 2017: A couple of small-sized communities in the neighbourhood of Pattaya in Thailand are being promoted as one-day tourist spots besides...

1976 Massacre: Thailand to Mark 40th Anniversary of its Darkest Day

BANGKOK, October 6, 2016: In Bangkok’s predawn light Thursday, activists and former students will give alms to Buddhist monks, an act of remembrance for the...

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A new study released this week describes how excessive alcohol-consuming too much alcohol, too fast — affects the brain, leading to anxieties and other...

Playback Singer S. P. Balasubrahmanyam Dies at 74

Sripathi Panditaradhyula Balasubrahmanyam also known to as S. P. Balu or S. P. B. was not just an Indian musician or playback singer instead...

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As winter brings shorter days and lower temperatures to the Northern Hemisphere, there is a chance we could see more COVID-19 cases. But experts say...

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Helsinki Airport is getting creative when it comes to operating safely in the age of COVID-19. Beginning this week, travelers arriving at Finland's busiest...