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Booker Prize winner among over 50 world-class writers at Bangkok Literature Fest
Neilson Hays Library is inviting book lovers to meet more than 50 world-class writers at the Bangkok Literature Festival 2023 (BLF2023) on November 4-5.See the Story
Singapore, Singapore · Singapore
Bearbrick: An expensive doll turns money-laundering accessory
Bearbrick dolls have grabbed attention lately as the expensive collectables have appeared in news of police raids in both Thailand and Singapore where they have been labelled as evidence in suspected criminal operations.See the Story
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YG Entertainment Shares BLACKPINK’s Lisa Is Still In Talks For Contract Renewal
YG Entertainment has shared a brief statement regarding BLACKPINK's Lisa's contract renewal discussions. Back in July, an anonymous Chinese agency reportedly claimed that they had encountered scheduling difficulties for Lisa's appearance on a show. YG has since explained that the difficulties were due to BlackpINK's tour and Lisa's individual activities, emphasizing that contract renewals were still under discussion.See the Story
Energy minister assures Parliament of action to control energy prices
Both Houses of Parliament had convened on Monday to hear the new government's policy statement. The leader of United Thai Nation Party, who also doubles as a deputy prime minister, told the meeting that energy prices were an urgent item on the government's agenda. In the long term, the Energy Ministry would revise the price structure of both oil and electricity, said Peerapha.See the Story
Unregistered Bangkok residents unlikely to benefit from digital wallet
The distribution of 10,000 baht in digital wallet format is a key policy of the Pheu Thai Party. The digital money must be spent within six months on essential daily expenses unrelated to state welfare, in community stores and services within a 4-kilometre radius of the registered address. It seems likely that unregistered residents, especially the millions who work in Bangkok, may not be able to use this handout.See the Story
Arrest warrant issued for former Pattaya mayor Ittipol Khunpluem
The Central Criminal Court for Corruption and Misconduct Cases on Tuesday issued an arrest warrant for Ittipol Khunpluem, former Culture Minister and former mayor of Pattaya City, after he failed to report to the prosecutor following a court summons on Monday (September 4).See the Story