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2013-08-05 08:25:40

American, Thai and Australian actors tapped for one-hour scripted drama LOS ANGELES, Aug. 5, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Casting has begun for the new television drama "My Thai Life," written by Travis Romero (White Collar), and developed for Thailand's leading pay TV operator True Visions (http://truevisions.truecorp.co.th/) and Dale Godboldo Enterprises (http://www.godboldoenterprises.com/) for US and international syndication. "My Thai Life" will be shot in English, and set throughout...

2013-07-29 08:24:22

Leading SE Asian language publisher, Paiboon Publishing builds upon number 1 status in Thai market by publishing innovative Smartphone "Survival Guide apps" with new Mandarin Chinese and Lao languages for English speakers. BANGKOK, July 29, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- The massive business growth opportunity in Asia creates demand for language-learning worldwide. With ASEAN (Asian Economic Community) coming within 2 years there will be greater demand from local ASEAN countries and worldwide...

2013-07-18 23:20:59

Recently, 31 Thailand monks were defrocked after testing positive for methamphetamine. When high on drugs, most people become less responsible to themselves and others and should check into a detox center such as South Florida's Harbor Village. Miami, FL (PRWEB) July 18, 2013 n an article on 7/10 by Fox News, titled Thai monks disrobed for drug use, 31 monks were defrocked because they failed urine drug tests. The monks were from the Ban Mo district of Saraburi province. Most...

2013-05-15 08:27:40

BANGKOK, May 15, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- The number one publisher of Thai language-learning materials, Paiboon Publishing, reaches a much wider audience and keeps up with strong market demand by delivering innovative Smartphone and Tablet apps, both for learners of Thai and other Southeast Asian languages. The publisher has also augmented their product offering by being the first publisher to provide private Thai language classes online, via their partner, Thai Language Hut School. Thus...

2010-01-28 00:08:00

BANGKOK, Jan. 28 /PRNewswire/ -- Thai Airways International Public Company Limited won the prestigious "Suriyasasithorn" calendar design awards for 2010 in two categories: Best General Notebook Calendar and Best Creativity and Design. The awards were given by the Public Relations Society of Thailand. To mark its 50th anniversary, THAI created the 'A Journey of Silk' calendar to greet Thai and international passengers worldwide and spread joy during the holiday season. Each calendar is...

2008-09-08 09:00:29

By Roger Moore The Orlando Sentinel BANGKOK DANGEROUS -- * 1/2 -- Nicolas Cage, Shahkrit Yamnarm; rated R (violence, profanity, sex); Carmike 12 and Ritz; Century Sandy and South Salt Lake; Cinemark Jordan Landing; Megaplex District, Gateway and Jordan Commons; Red Carpet Gateway 8; Redwood Drive-in For an A-list actor with an Oscar, serious acting chops and an at least one-billion-dollar franchise behind him, Nicolas Cage certainly does do a lot of B-movies. Some, like "Ghost Rider,"...

2008-08-18 12:00:25

By KAREN SHADE See Reflejos Flamencos. When you teach the beauty, flair and melancholy drama of Spanish flamenco dance, steak and potatoes are the last thing you want to see on the menu. For Lexi Beard Allen of Reflejos Flamencos, the spice and aroma of ethnic cuisine can turn a regular night out into an otherworldly experience. "I love the exotic flavors that ethnic cuisine offers," she says, "and I also love the idea that I am literally getting a taste of another culture." Whether...

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2007-10-19 12:00:00

By AMBIKA AHUJA BANGKOK, Thailand - A Canadian schoolteacher suspected of sexually abusing boys was arrested in rural Thailand and charged on Friday after an international manhunt that relied on digitally unscrambled photos and tips from the public. Police found 32-year-old Christopher Paul Neil after tracing the phone call of a Thai acquaintance who then led them to the house the two rented together, officials said at a news conference in Bangkok where Neil also was present. "I think he...

2005-12-25 13:04:04

By Darren Schuettler PHUKET, Thailand (Reuters) - Pigge Werkelin had to come back. Steve Fitzgerald wants to be as far away as possible. On the eve of the Asian tsunami's anniversary, the grief felt by many survivors or relatives was too strong for them to return for memorial events in Thailand, where 5,395 died on its beaches, including 2,092 foreigners. But others, although still haunted by the tragedy, say being here will help them to cope on Monday. "I think you need to come...