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Public Relations Preparedness: Is Your Business Ready for the Impact from Coronavirus and Shootings?

The outbreak of the novel coronavirus, the recent tragedy at Terminal 21 in Korat province, and two more other shootings within the past week have thrown businesses and lives into disarray. The full impact of these events is yet to become more apparent, but it is already clear that the range of businesses affected is vast.…

Major Korean finance firm, Hana Financial Group sponsors Patty Tavatanakit

Hana Bank President and CEO Mr Sung-Kyu Ji (left), presenting a certification of sponsorship to Thai golfer Ms Patty Tavatanakit (right). Hana Financial Group, a major Korean finance firm (Chairman Jung-tai Kim, http://www.hanafn.com) announced a new sponsorship with Patty Tavatanakit, one of Thailand’s top golf players. Patty Tavatanakit (21, Thailand) is expected to be one…

EU to train non-EU countries how to introduce “novel foods” in EU

The European commission has developed a comprehensive set of laws that govern the authorization of Novel Foods. Novel Foods are defined as those which have not been consumed to any significant extent within Europe prior to May 15th 1997, the date of the first Novel Food legislation (Regulation (EC) No 258/97).   The European Commission’s Directorate…

Singapore Minister joined Arctic Frontiers conference in Norway

Rising sea levels threaten Singapore’s survival directly, and mitigating the effects is a burden that future generations of Singaporeans have to shoulder, said Minister of State for Foreign Affairs Sam Tan. “Climate change concerns the well-being of future generations. I think it is only fair that they would have to shoulder their share of the…

Spot the cats and bike with the kids on the walls of Penang streets

Leonardo da Vinci’s Mona Lisa in Paris, Pablo Picasso’s Guernica in Madrid and Edvard Munch’s The Scream in Oslo are just a few pieces of art which attract numerous of tourists to their home towns. Similarly, George Town, a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 2008, on the Malaysian island of Penang, is a special place…

Reuse, recycle, reduce: Pink Pandora goes green

Designed to look like the Danish brand’s famous bracelet with charms, one of Pandora’s two jewellery-making facilities in Thailand, is located just under an hour’s drive south of Chiang Mai in Lamphun, Northern Thailand. A circular roof construction makes for the bracelet, while connected buildings resemble charms. Despite being white, the facilities are green and…

Kathrine and Simon teach in Thailand: “Like running your own company”

danish teachers bangkok

Physical contact, meat balls, parent-teacher relationship and hours spent in the class room. These are merely some of the differences between teaching in Denmark and in Thailand. Read about two young teachers’ road from Northern Denmark to Bangkok and their change in teaching lifestyle. Only about five million people in the world speaks Danish. It…

Nordic church service brings out Christmas spirit in the heart of Bangkok

The Nordic Churches in Bangkok brought attendees together with a joined service on the day of Christmas Eve. All four languages were represented during the service with hymns, readings and sermon changing between Swedish, Norwegian, Danish, Finnish and English. True to tradition, the Danish and Swedish churches in Thailand opened the doors to the Christ…