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Saturday, September 19, 2020

Memelord Makes ‘Uncle Pol’ Dance to Different Music

BANGKOK — Uncle Pol dances. Uncle Pol raises his arms in manly, yet graceful Thai dance. Pressing his lips together as he bobs his head to the music, Uncle Pol thrusts his hips in a shy show of virility.

New Industrial Estate To Link Isaan With Mekong Nations

BANGKOK (Xinhua) — A new industrial estate, currently under construction in northeastern Thailand, is primarily designed as a logistics and freight forwarding center in connection with neighboring countries, confirmed a senior government official on Monday.

Neither China Nor U.S. Can Handle Virus, Climate Crisis Alone: Diplomat

WASHINGTON (Xinhua) — China-U.S. relations have changed a great deal, and the international community expects that China and the United States should work together on global challenges, Chinese Ambassador to the United States Cui Tiankai has said.

Trump Heats up Culture War in Appeal To Wisconsin Voters

MOSINEE, Wis. (AP) — President Donald Trump stepped up his rhetoric Thursday on cultural issues, aiming to boost enthusiasm among rural Wisconsin voters as he tries to repeat his path to victory four years ago.

China Has Uptick in Imported Coronavirus Cases

BEIJING — China says imported coronavirus cases surged to 32 over the previous 24 hours.

Tropical Storm ‘Noul’ to Slam into Isaan This Weekend

BANGKOK — Meteorologists said Thursday the northeastern region will be hardest hit by the incoming tropical storm Noul this weekend.

Wonderfruit 2020 is Cancelled Due to Coronavirus

BANGKOK — Find somewhere else to gyrate (or take drugs) while wearing ponchos and Native American headdresses – Wonderfruit Festival is cancelled this year, organizers said Wednesday.

Cash-Strapped Thai Airways Sells Dough Fritters on Silom

BANGKOK — Thailand’s former national airline launched a street food stall at its office on Silom Road selling pa tong go, or deep fried dough fritters, in a bid to make money as the company goes through bankruptcy habilitation.

Khaosod English Files Police Complaint Against ‘The Thaiger’ Website

Khaosod English is taking legal action against the management of a website known as “The Thaiger” for serial copyright infringement.

Divers May Have Found US Submarine Lost in WWII South of Phuket

BANGKOK (AP) — Divers have found what they believe is the wreck of a U.S. Navy submarine lost 77 years ago in Southeast Asia, providing a coda to a stirring but little-known tale from World War II.





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