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Saturday, December 10, 2022

Bars, Cinemas, Salons, and Sport Stadiums Among Last to Reopen

BANGKOK — The government is expected to reopen businesses at a different pace depending on the level of coronavirus risks associated with the venues, according to a proposal submitted by the pandemic taskforce.

Nation Multimedia Taken Over By Far-Right News Corp

BANGKOK — An ultraconservative news agency said Sunday that it has acquired the media conglomerate behind Thailand’s No. 2 English-language newspaper to “rescue” it from insolvency.

Thailand to Reopen to Vaccinated Tourists From 10 Countries

BANGKOK — Vaccinated travelers from countries declared to be at a low risk of coronavirus outbreak will soon be able to visit Thailand without having to undergo any quarantine, Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha said on Monday night. 

Thai Law: Landlord Not Playing By New Rules? Here’s What to Do.

Two weeks after new consumer protections came into effect, few landlords are abiding by them. Should you roll over and give up? No, you should not.

Misprinted 1 Baht Coins 40,000% More Valuable

BANGKOK — Search your pockets right now. Some of those 1 baht coins might actually be worth 400 times their official value.

Bangkok Computer Expo Swept Up by Digital Gold Rush

BANGKOK — Thousands flocked to a computer expo over the weekend to snatch up components to mine online money.

Govt OKs Free Covid-19 Treatment for Foreigners – But the Money Never Arrived

BANGKOK — Foreigners suspected of having the coronavirus or diagnosed with it are supposed to be eligible for free treatment. But no one knows what happened to the funds.

Khaosan Road: Open But Silent (Photos)

BANGKOK — In the aftermath of HM King’s death Thursday, tourist hub Khaosan Road has become a much more subdued version of itself. Some restaurants...

What is PromptPay? A Guide for Noobs.

Use an ATM or banking app and you’ve probably been nagged to register for a service called PromptPay. Maybe you’ve even gone ahead and done so without any idea what it is.

Thailand’s Devastating Year For Print Was a Wake-Up Call. Adapt or Die.

BANGKOK — The end of 2016 brought the final run of a 45-year-old daily newspaper, capping a punishing year for print media.



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