Category Archive: Thailand

Yellow card issued for Thailand.

EU warning to Thai fishery. The European Union has threatened to impose sanctions on Thailand’s seafood exports to its lucrative market if the Thai government fails to take urgent action to eradicate illegal… Continue reading

Tsubasa – The new link between Phnom Penh and HCMC.

The $127 million Japanese-funded Tsubasa Bridge over the Mekong opened Monday, April 6, 2015. The longest Cambodian bridge is expected to increase the trade between Cambodia and its neighbor Vietnam, by easing transportation… Continue reading

Thai countdown for foreign migrant workers.

Hundreds of thousands of Cambodian, Laotian and Burmese migrant workers in Thailand have been given until June 30 to obtain new work permits from Thai authorities or face deportation. The Thai government approved… Continue reading

China to build Thai fast track railways.

China agrees on deal to build 867 km of railways in Thailand.  . Thailand and China agreed to build 867 km (542 miles) of dual track railways in the Southeast Asian nation, in… Continue reading

The Culinary Similarities Between Thai and Lao Cooking.

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Thai Junta buys Russian Superjets.

The three planes were acquired by the Royal Thai Government through the Royal Thai Air Force and will be used by the Thai Government. The Superjet 100, built by Russian Sukhoi Civil Aircraft,… Continue reading

Doubts on Thai junta’s road map to democracy.

A report from the International Crisis Group (ICG) has cast doubt on the National Council for Peace and Order (NCPO)’s pledge to restore democracy. . “The NCPO’s suspension of civil liberties, media censorship and… Continue reading

Russia seeks closer defense cooperation with Thai Junta.

Russia is ready to sell weapons to Thailand as Moscow wants to see a new era of military and security cooperation to combat transnational crime and terrorism. A closer cooperation between the Thai… Continue reading

The Critical Bay of Bengal.

The Bay of Bengal is a single world of Indian migration throughout maritime Southeast Asia. By Robert D. Kaplan    STRATFOR Amitav Ghosh is, to my mind the most brilliant, serious fiction writer… Continue reading

Thod Kathin Festival in Cambodia.

Cambodia celebrates since Sunday, October 12, 2014, Kathin, a major religious holidays, which will continue until November 17. Each year, fifteen days after the festival of Pchum Ben (Day of the Dead), begins… Continue reading