A decade ago, amid much fanfare, Chinese President Xi Jinping launched the Belt and Road program, a grand plan to build a global infrastructure and supply chains that would connect China to the rest of the world in a modern and many-pronged Silk Road – and hypothetically benefit everyone involved. Next month, Beijing will host […]
The World Health Organization (WHO) recommends that the annual average PM2.5 level should not exceed 10 micrograms per cubic meter (μg/m3), but Thailand’s average was 64 μg/m3 in 2022, more than six times higher than the WHO guideline. This article was originally published here: Why is the air quality so bad in Thailand? Read the […]
The TeleHEALTH service means policyholders do not have to leave their home or workplace to “see” a doctor, with a consultation happening directly over the phone
Thailand’s Ministry of Interior has approved 90-day visas for sufferers and medical site visitors from Cambodia, Lao PDR., Myanmar in addition to Vietnam (CLMV) as well as through the People’s Republic of China
The importance of food and agriculture to Thailand is undisputable. About 40% of the population depends on agriculture for their livelihood and it contributes to about 10% of GDP. The country is the world’s leading rice exporter and has successfully positioned itself as the “Kitchen of the World,” with the annual value of food exports expected to exceed 1 trillion baht in 2012.