More than 130 Pattaya teachers visited China, Malaysia, and Singapore to learn new international education techniques in preparation for 2015’s ASEAN Economic Community.
More than 100 pharmacists, scholars and medical researchers discussed aging, obesity and cancer at the International Conference on Nutrition and Physical Activity in Pattaya.
Veterinarians from Chulalongkorn University are trying to nurse a sick sea turtle rescued by the Royal Thai Navy on Dongtan Beach back to health. Doctors from the Aquatic Animal Health Research Institute were called May 25 to the navy’s Sea Turtle Conservation Center in Sattahip after...
Somchai Ratanaopath, managing director of A-One The Royal Cruise Hotel Pattaya, recently announced the appointment of Sunee Vaewmanee as a public relations manager of hotel.
More than 70 wine lovers raised 200,000 baht to save endangered sea turtles when the Wine & Spirit Education Trust hosted a charity tasting at Pattaya’s Ezy Ezy Eatery.
The venerable Dr. Nano (formerly Dr. Mettanando Bhikkhu) says that that these are the best and worst of times for Buddhism in Thailand. Best - because Buddhism has more prestige now than ever before. Worst - because the practice of spirituality has declined, and there...

Pattaya mayor celebrates 39th birthday

Wednesday, 19 December 2012 16:13
Government officials and community leaders joined to wish Pattaya Mayor Itthiphol Kunplome a happy 39th birthday at party at Ban Saen Sukh in Naklua.

Pattaya mayor celebrates 39th birthday

Wednesday, 19 December 2012 16:13
Government officials and community leaders joined to wish Pattaya Mayor Itthiphol Kunplome a happy 39th birthday at party at Ban Saen Sukh in Naklua.

Beach erosion continues to cause concern

Wednesday, 14 November 2012 14:30
Senior Department of Marine and Coastal Resources officials state that erosion of local beaches has accelerated, as shown here at the Dusit curve in North Pattaya.  More studies are being done, when many feel it is time for action instead of words.
  The S.E.A.Write Award, in collaboration with Asia Pacific Writers & Translators Association (AP Writers), and the Faculty of Arts, Chulalongkorn University, recently staged for the first time in Bangkok an international writers’ and translators’ forum entitled "Reaching the World".

3G auction sailed through smoothly

Wednesday, 17 October 2012 09:11
BANGKOK, Oct 16 – The auction of 3G licenses was completed today with an average bid of Bt4.5 billion while the highest bid was Bt4.95 billion.
BANGKOK, Oct 15 - The Green Politics group petitioned Thailand’s Administrative Court Monday seeking an injunction to suspend tomorrow’s auction of third-generation (3G) 2.1 gigahertz wireless licenses by the National Broadcasting and Telecommunications Commission (NBTC).
BANGKOK, Oct 15 – Thailand’s Administrative Court on Monday rejected a petition by telecoms academic Anuparp Tiralarp seeking an injunction to suspend tomorrow’s auction of third-generation (3G) 2.1 gigahertz wireless licenses by the National Broadcasting and Telecommunications Commission (NBTC).

Rayong tosses Pattaya beach-refill plan on rocks

Thursday, 27 September 2012 08:35
Plans to shore up Pattaya Beach with sand from a Rayong tributary hit the rocks when Rayong officials stopped selling the sand to the city’s contractors due to the river’s own erosion issues.
BANGKOK, 10 September 2012– The Thai Red Cross Society has organized ‘World First Aid Day’ activities to educate people on proper first aid procedures. 
Chulalongkorn University in Bangkok has recently opened ASEAN’s first Museum of the Human Body, showcasing a new technique of body preservation. 

Paradox delights fans at Tavern by the Sea

Thursday, 02 August 2012 09:55
More than 200 screaming fans filled the Tavern by the Sea for a concert by Paradox.
July 29 has been observed as National Thai Language Day. Aware of the importance and value of the Thai language, the Government on 13 July 1999 proclaimed July 29 National Thai Language Day, as proposed by the then Ministry of University Affairs. The proposal was...
SURIN, 28 July 2012 – The Cultural Office of Surin province, in association with Pathum Mek temple, is holding a National Thai Language Day, in honor of His Majesty the King, a revered scholar of the Thai language. 
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