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Update by Thanaphon Paewsoongnern
 

Thailand consumer confidence up, but still lowest in 21 years from tourism and employment

Thailand consumer confidence is at its lowest in 21 years and 10 months, on the continued negative impact of COVID-19 on spending, tourism, exports and employment, and the political situation.

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Travel Tourism

Thai baht currency continues to affect the competitiveness of exports, tourism

The committee expects the Thai economy will not make a recover in the short future, while the trend of appreciating Thai baht currency will continue to affect the competitiveness of exporters.

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 Coins of the Realm

Siamese Coup d’état, Abdication and Banknotes

King Prajadhiphipok, Rama VII, was the son of King Chulalongkorn, Rama V, and the Brother of King Vajiravudh, Rama VI. Rama VII reigned from November 25, 1925 until March 2, 1935.

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Business News

‘Global Business Matching 2020’ promotes partnership for Thai SMEs

Thai SMEs in the agriculture sector are getting help in finding business partners in neighbouring countries via a business matching programme.

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 Cartoons

July 2020

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 Khun Ocha's Cookbook

Orange Teriyaki Chicken

Teriyaki sauce gives its own particular flavor to any dish, so this recipe is good when using chicken breast fillets. This dish then depends for the bulk of its flavor on the marinade. This procedure is best done in a plastic “zip-lock” bag, into which you place the chicken and the marinade. Turn it over several times to let the marinade get on all sides and then place in the refrigerator for at least one hour, but three or four is better.

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Doctor's Consultation

How to avoid a Heart Attack

We all have to die of something and if you are between 50 and 60 years of age you are most likely to die from a coronary occlusion. That’s not a coronary ‘conclusion’ but the end result is the same. And it is an unfortunate statistical truth that the 50-60 year decade is the most dangerous.

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 SNAP SHOTS

10 Digital Tips for SLR’s

I was asked to put together a small “instruction” sheet for new DSLR users, and so here it is. While the compact point and shooter is a great way to get into photography (or even the smart phone), there are limitations with the basic cameras, especially if you wish to improve above the “Auto” mode type of photography.

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Classical Connections     Wine World

The Harmony of Words

Hector Berlioz in 1845.

A few months ago, during those distant care-free days when we could wander the streets without surgical masks and sit in a bar with a glass of half-decent wine, I overheard some bloke at a nearby table remark loudly to his companion that he couldn’t stand poetry. “A waste of words” he snorted and implied in his dismissive comments that poetry was basically a load of arty-farty nonsense fit only for wimps and fairies.

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Over the Hill

Bulk wine on the move.

The other week, someone asked me why there’s never a “best before” date on bottles of wine. It’s a good question. After all, they appear on almost all other consumables, even cans of dog food. So why not wine? Some boxed wines have the packing date stamped underneath but it’s often in minuscule print and you might need a magnifying glass to find it. You might be surprised to know that the concept of “best before” dates is relatively recent. They were first introduced in the UK in the 1950s but didn’t become established until about twenty years later. Contrary to popular belief, they are only approximate and according to Smithsonian Magazine...

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Heart to Heart  

Dear Hillary,

My normally sensible Thai wife and her girlfriends have taken to dressing up with hats and flowery dresses.  They began to do this at parties, but have now started dressing up in these outlandish get-ups during the day.  Girls overseas grow out of dressing up by the age of 10.  Isn’t it the same in Thailand, or have I got a bunch of loonies on my hands?

Harry the Hat Man

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Science & Technology

Hubble provides holistic view of stars gone haywire

As nuclear fusion engines, most stars live placid lives for hundreds of millions to billions of years. But near the end of their lives they can turn into crazy whirligigs, puffing off shells and jets of hot gas. Astronomers have employed Hubble’s full range of imaging capabilities to dissect such crazy fireworks happening in two nearby young planetary nebulas. NGC 6302 is dubbed the Butterfly Nebula because of its wing-like appearance. In addition, NGC 7027 resembles a jewel bug, an insect with a brilliantly colorful metallic shell.

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