Computer Graphics Experts to Gather in Bangkok For SIGGRAPH Asia 2017

Computer Graphics Experts to Gather in Bangkok For SIGGRAPH Asia 2017

More than 7,000 people from some 60 countries are expected to gather in Bangkok later this month when some of the the world’s leading developers, academics, and creative minds in the fields of computer graphics and interactive techniques get together for the 10th SIGGRAPH Asia conference and exhibition. To be held between November 27-30 at […]

Myanmar Morning News For November 1

Myanmar Morning News For November 1

Draft foreigner laws reincarnated as DICA announcement ELEMENTS of the draft foreigner laws are back, in another form, to haunt businesses and investors. — Myanmar Times Thai footwear-maker to sign MoU with Myanmar workers Thailand’s ADDA footwear company has agreed to sign a memorandum of understanding (MoU) for its over 500 Myanmar workers after they […]

Malaysia Morning News For November 1

Malaysia Morning News For November 1

Malaysian data breach sees 46 million phone numbers leaked A massive data breach has seen the customer data of more than 46 million mobile subscribers in Malaysia leaked on to the dark web. — BBC Malaysia Reopens 1MDB Case: A Return To Asia’s Biggest Corruption Scandal The attorney-general of Malaysia has announced that investigations into […]

Myanmar Morning News For October 31

Myanmar Morning News For October 31

Thailand’s TTCL to build $2.8 bln coal-fired power plant in Myanmar Thai construction company TTCL Pcl said on Monday it plans to build a $2.8 billion coal-fired power plant in southeastern Myanmar. — Nasdaq Myanmar’s trade deficit reaches over 2.3 bln USD in 7 months of FY 2017-2018 Myanmar saw trade deficit of over 2.32 […]

Malaysia Morning News For October 31

Malaysia Morning News For October 31

Malaysia making progress to reduce debt : MARC Malaysian Rating Corporation Bhd (MARC) does not expect Malaysia’s national budget to be balanced by 2020, based on the current trend. — New Strait Times Najib: Malaysia to consider FTA with US if TPPA fails to materilaise Malaysia will consider a Free Trade Agreement (FTA) with the […]

Myanmar Morning News For October 30

Myanmar Morning News For October 30

US: Hundreds protest Myanmar in front of White House Hundreds gathered in front of the White House on Sunday to protest the ongoing violence targeting the Rohingya Muslim minority in Myanmar. — Anadolu Agency UNSC must go tough on Myanmar National Human Rights Commission (NHRC) Chairman Kazi Reazul Hoque said the United Nations Security Council (UNSC) […]

Malaysia Morning News For October 30

Malaysia Morning News For October 30

Economist calls for rebalancing of expenditures in Budget 2018 The executive director of the Socio-Economic Research Centre has urged the government to tackle the apparent imbalance between the country’s operating and development expenditures in Budget 2018. — Free Malaysia Today Foreign Affairs Ministry confirms detention of Malaysian journalist in Myanmar The Foreign Affairs Ministry confirms […]

Myanmar Morning News For October 27

Myanmar Morning News For October 27

Russia denies planning to block UNSC resolution on Myanmar The Russian Foreign Ministry on Thursday denied media reports that Russia planned to block a draft resolution of the United Nations Security Council (UNSC) on Myanmar. — New China Is the world getting Myanmar wrong? IN THE bonfire of liberal certainties, Myanmar makes for an especially […]

Malaysia Morning News For October 27

Malaysia Morning News For October 27

Malaysia eyes Hyderabad airport to tap on tourism prospects Malaysian Tourism, which has seen 6.35 lakh tourists from various places across India, now wants to attain the one million mark soon, making use of the ‘catchment’ area of Rajiv Gandhi International Airport (Shamshabad) and taking up promotional activities to attract the discerning travellers looking for […]

Myanmar Morning News For October 26

Myanmar Morning News For October 26

UN must respect host country’s priorities: president The United Nations must help member countries with nation-building and development while understanding local conditions, said Myanmar President Htin Kyaw. — Myanmar Times Myanmar garment exports set to hit US$3bn in 2017 Myanmar’s garment exports could reach up to US$3bn this year, new estimates show, boosted by an […]

Malaysia Morning News For October 26

Malaysia Morning News For October 26

UPDATE 1-Japan’s JERA signs three-year LNG purchase contract with Malaysia JERA Co, Japan’s biggest liquefied natural gas (LNG) buyer, said on Wednesday it signed a three-year LNG purchase agreement with a subsidiary of Malaysian state energy company Petroliam Nasional Bhd (Petronas) starting in 2018. — Kitco Malaysia gets its first eSports gaming hub ONE of […]

Myanmar Morning News For October 25

Myanmar Morning News For October 25

U.N. Rights Chief: Myanmar’s Treatment Of Rohingya Includes ‘Almost ISIS-Type Crimes’ Since late August, more than 600,000 Rohingya have fled a campaign of violence in Myanmar and crossed into Bangladesh, according to the United Nations, and the crisis is showing no sign of letting up. — NPR Myanmar Signs MOUs With Bangladesh to Deal With […]

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