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  1. Ellsworth Adhesives Achieves ISO 9001:2008 Certification at International LocationsRead the original story w/Photo

    1 hr ago | PRWeb

    Ellsworth Adhesives France, Iberica, and Germany join the Ellsworth Adhesives UK and Swedish branches that have already been ISO 9001 certified which further distinguishes the Ellsworth Adhesives brand across Europe. Ellsworth Adhesives, a global distributor of adhesives, specialty chemicals and dispensing equipment, is pleased to announce that its Spain, France, and Germany facilities are now certified to ISO 9001:2008 for the distribution of adhesives and associated application equipment; and specialty repackaging of adhesives and resins.

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  2. Thai orphan shuns Kim Kardashian adoption offerRead the original story w/Photo

    2 hrs ago | WTLV

    Thai orphan shuns Kim Kardashian adoption offer BANGKOK - From obscurity in a coastal Thai orphanage, a 13-year-old girl named Pink has become an Internet hero. Check out this story on firstcoastnews.com: BANGKOK - From obscurity in a coastal Thai orphanage, a 13-year-old girl named Pink has become an Internet hero.

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  3. 4.4 magnitude earthquake in Myanmar rattles Chiang Rai provinceRead the original story

    3 hrs ago | Pattaya Mail

    BANGKOK, 24 November 2014 An earthquake measuring 4.4 on the Richter scale has erupted in the Tachilek town of Myanmar yesterday at 6:49 p.m., sending aftershocks traveling to Chiang Rai province of Thailand. The Seismological Bureau under the Meteorological Department reported that the quake originated about 14 kilometers northwest of Chiang Rai province and was 13 kilometers deep.

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  4. New Market Report: Malaysia Tourism Report Q4 2014Read the original story

    3 hrs ago | PR-inside.com

    As the number of tourists increases, we will see healthy growth in tourism-related expenditure and industry value, providing a boost to the hotel industry and creating a very positive potential investment environment. Arrivals to Malaysia are dominated by countries within the Asia Pacific region owing to the multitude of travel connections including air, road, rail and sea travel and the relative affordability of regional travel.

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  5. Dispatch: Luke McKenzie Ready For Challenge PhuketRead the original story w/Photo

    4 hrs ago | Inside Triathlon

    Ironman champion Luke McKenzie makes his Challenge Laguna Phuket racing debut this Sunday in Thailand. I caught up with the proud new papa to learn how parenthood is treating him and what he's looking forward to about this weekend's race.

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  6. Siam Paragon prepares for improved economyRead the original story w/Photo

    4 hrs ago | The Nation

    Siam Paragon, which is celebrating its ninth anniversary this year, has adopted key strategies to cash in on a rebounding economy and to position itself as a world-class shopping destination. "For more than nine years, Siam Paragon has enjoyed considerable success," senior chief marketing officer Mayuree Chaipromprasith said.

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  7. Lessons from the road: getting closer to customersRead the original story

    5 hrs ago | The Nation

    Thailand is not the place it was when I last worked here full-time. This was six years ago, just as the smartphone was making its entrance onto the world stage.

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  8. Jewellery Arabia 2014 concludedRead the original story w/Photo

    9 hrs ago | AME Info

    Under the patronage of His Royal Highness Prince Khalifa bin Salman Al Khalifa, the Prime Minister, Jewellery Arabia 2014, the premier international jewellery and watch exhibition in Bahrain and the Middle East held at the Bahrain International Exhibition and Convention Centre from 18 to 22 November 2014 has concluded with great success! The largest and most prestigious exhibition in the Middle East attracted 50,054 visitors of various nationalities from inside and outside of Bahrain during the five-day show compared to 2013 exhibition's total number of visitors of 48,470 with large attendance from international visitors.

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  9. MCC, Lowell schools to work to preserve Cambodian musicRead the original story w/Photo

    11 hrs ago | Lowell Sun

    Middlesex Community College has received a $37,000 grant from Lowell's Theodore Edson Parker Foundation to support a collaboration between MCC and the Lowell Public Schools to foster and preserve Cambodian classical music. From left are Sharon Clark, fine-arts academic chairwoman for Lowell Public Schools; Johanna Segarich, MCC Music faculty; Song Heng, Cambodian master musician; and Dona Cady, MCC dean of Global Education.

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  10. Airports of ThailandRead the original story

    12 hrs ago | The Nation

    Airports of Thailand Plc Investment thesis Expectations of strong earnings growth through to March 2015, buoyed by tourism high season and a broad recovery in visitor arrivals should boost the share price going forward. Moreover, AOT 's strong core profit expansion profile will make for further share price appreciation, we believe.

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  11. Foreign buys help set creep upRead the original story w/Photo

    20 hrs ago | Bangkok Post

    Recap: World markets were generally upbeat last week but the SET was little changed, moving sideways in a range of 1,567.32 and 1,581.27 points, and closing at 1,579.20, up 0.2% from the previous week, in turnover averaging 46.68 billion baht a day. Foreign investors were net sellers of 492.46 million baht and retail investors sold 1.14 billion.

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  12. How Hong Kong is attracting millennial travellers - Interview with Lothar Nessmann, COO of Hotel Jen.Read the original story w/Photo

    22 hrs ago | 4 Hoteliers

    Has Hong Kong lost its appeal as a mainstay among Chinese travellers? It's a question the hospitality industry is confronting head-on as China's tourism trends change; Hong Kong must adapt to keep its edge in Asia's increasingly competitive tourism market, that's the message from Lothar Nessmann, COO, Hotel Jen. "China's new consumers are very well travelled and educated, they know what they like and they can, and will, compare what's on offer," said Nessmann.

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  13. Yingluck saw the coup comingRead the original story w/Photo

    22 hrs ago | Bangkok Post

    Yingluck Shinawatra said she knew from the day she became prime minister her administration would end up toppled from power in a military coup, just as her brother, Thaksin Shinawatra, was. Ms Yingluck, in her first public interview since she was ousted, defended her administration and rejected accusations of corruption, comparing the coup to a carjacking.

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  14. Boom in Chinese tourism to JapanRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | South China Morning Post

    Politics put to the side as favourable exchange rate and luxury goods help the island nation to lure 80 per cent more visitors from China With her camera in her hand, Zhang Yan is strolling the willow-lined lanes of Kyoto's geisha district looking for a restaurant. She says she can't make her mind up between tempura or sushi.

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  15. Books accuse Thailand of being deadly, and democratically backwardRead the original story

    Yesterday | The Nation

    It seems that in the Western world, one new book after another is criticising Thailand for being either "democratically backward" or a "deadly destination" for tourists. The UK's Telegraph last week reported that Thai police had banned the sale in Thailand of "A Kingdom in Crisis: Thailand's Struggle for Democracy in the Twenty-First Century".

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  16. It doesn't cost anything to be politeRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Bangkok Post

    It was intriguing to see that the Thai embassy in Tokyo has published a 10-point manners guide for Thai tourists in Japan. Apparently the behaviour by some tourists is frowned upon by the Japanese, known for their good manners.

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  17. US Israel among 43 countries to get evisa facilityRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Hindustan Times

    Visitors from over 40 countries,including Germany, the US, Israel and Palestine, will soon be able to avail the much-awaited electronic visa facility which is set to be launched on November 27. The e-visa facility for 43 countries would be rolled out by Home Minister Rajnath Singh along with Tourism Minister Mahesh Sharma here, said a senior Tourism Ministry official. Russia, Brazil, Germany, Thailand, UAE, Ukraine, Jordan, Norway and Mauritius, among others, would be getting the e-visa facility in the first phase.

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  18. MoreRead the original story

    Thursday Nov 20 | VietNam News

    Twelve qualifying futsal teams from Ha Noi, HCM City and Da Nang will compete for the BIDV Manchester United Cup, the national street football tournament, in Da Nang City on Sunday. All coaches have so far expressed confidence about their chances at the ASEAN Football Federation-Suzuki Cup, which begins today with Group A action.

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  19. PricePanda Strengthened with New Strategy for Future ExpansionRead the original story

    Yesterday | PR.com

    PricePanda, the biggest online price comparison website in Southeast Asia , has announced changes to its management and strategy. The current developments demonstrate a high commitment to the SEA region as one of the most promising emerging markets today, as well as a renewed effort to establish the brand in other promising Asian and Latin American markets.

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  20. Deputy labor minister downplays impact of Indonesia laborer cut offRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday | The China Post

    Taiwan will seek out new sources of foreign laborers to meet local needs, a deputy labor minister said Saturday in a bid to dispel concerns after Indonesia, an important sources of Taiwan's domestic caregivers, announced plans to stop exporting female laborers in five years. Deputy Labor Minister Hau Feng-ming pointed to the examples of Thailand and Malaysia, both of which cut their outgoing migrant laborers after their economies began to pick up, indicating the trend is normal.

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