Latest Scandinavian Thailand News

ScandAsia premiered new destination theme

In February ScandAsia launched its new destination theme format, with comprehensive coverage about the Malaysian state of Penang as the first destination to be featured. This new theme concept portrays, and showcases a destination – be it a state or a region – both from a business and lifestyle angle. ScandAsia digs deeper and finds…

Nordic World Cup Football Nights Rembrandt Hotel Bangkok announced

The coundown has started! Rembrandt Hotel Bangkok, along with ScandAsia as media partner, has announced a World Cup Football bonanza for June 2018! The Nordic teams in the tournament kick off in the evening of Saturday 16 June. Save the date to enjoy this amazing world cup with long nights at the bar and in…

Norwegians presented breakthroughs at dtac’s AI, machine learning seminar

When Telenor’s Thai mobile operator dtac arranged a talk (arranged on 21 March) around the data science breakthroughs with artificial intelligence and machine learning, two prominent speakers represented Norway. Andrew Kvalseth, dtac’s newly appointed Chief Marketing Officer, and Telenor’s Senior Research Scientist Kenth Engø-Monsen shared their insights as part of this ‘dtac loop: The Shapes…

Norwegian arrested on child porn charges in Thailand

A Norwegian citizen has been arrested by Thai police, charged with possession of child pornography. On Thursday the 3rd of May, Thai police and soldiers raided the Norwegians house and confiscated a notebook containing child pornography. The arrest happened after the Nordic Police and Customs Coorporation notified Thai police of a Norwegian citizen in Thailand,…

Thailand detains Cambodian opposition leader based in Denmark

Thailand has detained the leader of the Cambodian opposition party Khmer National Liberation Front, Sam Serey, who lives in Denmark. He was detained by Thai police on Thursday the 28th of April at an immigration center north of Bangkok while trying to get his visa extended. The Danish Ministry of Foreign Affairs confirmed to Associated…