Thailand English-language News for January 9 (HD video)

In Thailand English-language News for January 9, 2018, Newsline presenter Surapan Leotharanarit tells us about: 00:38 | Prime Minister General Prayut Chan-o-cha has met with a group of 785 students recognised for their academic excellence and told them to study hard and do good deeds to others. 01:40 | US Ambassador to Thailand, Glyn T. Davies, has handed […]

Asean Morning News For January 9

Asean Morning News For January 9

Asean Morning News Compiled by Sreypov Men    @MenSreypov   Southeast Asian Giants Team Up to Resist IS Southeast Asia’s two biggest countries, the Philippines and Indonesia, are joining forces to stop Islamic State sympathizers from crossing a porous sea border and helping violent rebel groups in deadly battles against the government in Manila. — VOA […]

Thailand English-language News for January 8 (HD video)

In Thailand English-language News for January 8, 2018, Newsline presenter Cholaphansa Narula tells us about: 00:40 | Thais continue to pay their respects to the ashes of the late King Bhumibol Adulyadej. 01:50 | Museum Siam in Bangkok is hosting an exhibition in tribute to the late King Bhumibol Adulyadej until January 21. 02:49 | The Fine Arts […]

Asean Morning News For January 8

Asean Morning News For January 8

Asean Morning News Compiled by Sreypov Men    @MenSreypov   Australia must embrace ASEAN, but we’ve got listening to do Australia must move beyond our obsession with the US versus China debate and to once again make the ASEAN region our priority. — Australian Financial Review Ten new decrees to guide FTA tariff cuts The finance […]

Thailand English-language News for January 5

In Thailand English-language News for January 5, 2018, Newsline presenter Sandra Hanutsaha tells us about: 00:42 | Disassembly of the royal crematorium built for the late King Bhumibol Adulyadej is expected to take 90 days to complete. Decorative items will be removed and put on display at three locations, while 44 tamarind trees will be planted around Bangkok. […]

Asean Morning News For January 5

Asean Morning News For January 5

Asean Morning News Compiled by Sreypov Men    @MenSreypov   Legal redress for Rohingya: ASEAN’s responsibility Much has been discussed about the current crisis in Myanmar’s Rakhine state and the consequent exodus of more than 620,000 Rohingya to Bangladesh. Yet there is little to no discourse on what the international community and ASEAN should do after […]

Thailand English-language News for January 4 (video)

In Thailand English-language News for January 4, 2018, Newsline presenter Sandra Hanutsaha tells us about: 00:41 | Prime Minister General Prayut Chan-o-cha on Wednesday denied claims that the National Council for Peace and Order (NCPO) is attempting to delay the planned general election. He added that political parties should not worry about whether they will be able to […]

Asean Morning News For January 4

Asean Morning News For January 4

Asean Morning News Compiled by Sreypov Men    @MenSreypov   Internet economy in Southeast Asia on track to $200B As hundreds of millions of Southeast Asians come online, the region is well on track to realizing a US$200 billion internet economy by 2025. Indeed, a Google blog post noted that Southeast Asia’s internet economy growth has […]

Asean Morning News For January 3

Asean Morning News For January 3

Asean Morning News Compiled by Sreypov Men    @MenSreypov   Optimistic 2018 outlook for Southeast Asia but hurry on economic integration The saying “there is strength in diversity” often comes up when people talk about ASEAN’s cultural differences, but it is also true that economic diversity is one of the bloc’s greatest strengths. — Channel NewsAsia […]

Thailand’s Eastern Economic Corridor: Why Thailand? (video)

Almost not a day goes past without the Eastern Economic Corridor (EEC) being in the Thailand news. At the centre of the Thailand government’s move to Industry 4.0, the EEC is designed to lead the country from a manufacturing and agrarian society to one of technology and innovation, propelling the country to a high income economy. […]

Asean Morning News For December 29

Asean Morning News For December 29

Asean Morning News Compiled by Kongleaphy Keam    @kongleaphy1   Asean tourism forum to promote single region Tourism ministers and business leaders from Southeast Asia are ready to collaborate to accelerate sustainable tourism development in the region to promote Asean as a single destination. — Bangkok Post Reinventing the Asean-Sino relationship The New Year is approaching […]

Thailand English-language News for December 28

In Thailand English-language News for December 28, 2017, Newsline presenter Sandra Hanutsaha tells us about: 00:40 | Large numbers of people continue to visit the royal crematorium exhibition at Sanam Luang in tribute to the late King Bhumibol Adulyadej, despite cold and rainy weather. Between November 2 and December 26 more than 3.6 million people visited the site. […]

Asean Morning News For December 28

Asean Morning News For December 28

Asean Morning News Compiled by Kongleaphy Keam    @kongleaphy1   What Skills Do ASEAN Countries Need To Meet The Challenges Of The Future? When we think about future skills, we need to consider the uniqueness of the 10 countries within ASEAN – a bloc that is home to more than 600 million people — Thailand Business […]

Thailand English-language News for December 27 (HD video)

In Thailand English-language News for December 27 2017, Newsline presenter Cholaphansa Narula tells us about: 00:51 | A privy councilor has presided over a prayer ceremony at the Royal Plaza, Dusit Palace, to make merit for the late King Bhumibol Adulyadej, and to seek blessings for Queen Sirikit of the Ninth Reign, and King Maha Vajiralongkorn Bodindradebayavarangkun. Supreme […]

Asean Morning News For December 27

Asean Morning News For December 27

Asean Morning News Compiled by Kongleaphy Keam    @kongleaphy1   Where To Now For the CPTPP? The Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) Ministerial Statement on November 11, 2017 in Vietnam was a big relief for the remaining 11 members of the TPP, especially for Japan and Australia, who have spearheaded the new agreement after the United States’ exit. […]