About 300 expats were given a briefing on Thai criminal law at a free seminar organized by the Chonburi Court.
The government’s move to cut oil-subsidy taxes is fueling a petrol party in Pattaya, with drivers racing to top off tanks and gas station owners ordering new shipments with baht signs in their eyes.
The young and the old came together to celebrate Mother’s Day as the Centara Grand Mirage Beach Resort put on its second annual music and poetry dinner.
More than 150 students earned diplomas in Pattaya’s first weekend language course.
Mayor Itthiphol Kunplome handed out certificates Aug. 17 to 160 of the 307 students who enrolled in the city’s “non-formal education” project to teach English, Russian and Chinese once a week for 24 weeks.
Students from Pattaya’s Photisampan Pittayakarn School are helping classmates avoid online scams and predators by designing logos reminding them about the importance of online safety.
A Father Ray Foundation exhibition offered students from its Redemptorist Vocational School options for employment while helping the organization raise funds for a new facility in Issan.
Top hotel chefs from 10 countries joined Thailand’s best culinary artists for the 5th Pattaya Food & Hoteliers Expo.
An AIDS research and patient-care group is seeking funds from Pattaya City Hall to construct a shelter and screen bar workers for HIV and other infectious diseases.
More than 330 Pattaya Elderly Club members celebrated Mother’s Day by praying for HM the Queen on her 79th birthday.
The Amari Orchid Resort & Spa and Central Center celebrated HM the Queen’s 79th birthday by offering a 79-meter-long chocolate peach cake, pieces of which were sold to raise money for charity.