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  • Now Risk Free Chinese Tourist in Phuket
    no responses - Posted 06.01.12

    It was reported by Miss Wanprapa that more Chinese tourists are visiting Phuket each year. As of May, 400,000 Chinese tourists visited Phuket and it’s expected that 700,000-800,000 will visit Phuket by the end of the year. As for Asian visitors, Chinese are the most, followed by Malaysians and Koreans. Vice Governor of Phuket Mr […]

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  • Singapore PAP party Failed in Election
    no responses - Posted 05.26.12

    Voters dealt Singapore’s ruling People’s Action Party its third electoral setback in a year, allowing the opposition to hold onto a Parliament seat in a by-election Saturday. Workers’ Party candidate Png Eng Huat, a 50-year-old businessman, won 62 percent of about 21,700 votes cast in Hougang district while PAP candidate Desmond Choo received 38 percent, […]

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  • AL says,BNP does not respect law
    no responses - Posted 05.17.12

    The ruling Awami League (AL) on Wednesday criticised the 18-party alliance for calling hartal across the country as their leaders could not get bails. “The alliance called hartal as they are not respectful to the law of the soil,” AL joint general secretary Mahbubul Alam Hanif told reporters. State Minister for Law, Justice and Parliamentary […]

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  • King’s Birthday Celebration in Thailand
    1 response - Posted 12.06.10

    Thai Prime Minister Abhisit Vejjajiva on Sunday evening led people across the country in lighting candles to celebrate King Bhumibol Adulyadej’s birthday.

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  • Bangladesh PM attacks commission
    no responses - Posted 02.07.09

    During the rule of the previous government, the commission was responsible for jailing more than 150 leading politicians. But most charges, including those against Sheikh Hasina, have been dropped, and the politicians released. The prime minister says that the organisation should be reconstituted. Bangladesh’s last military-backed government pledged to do all it could to rid […]

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