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Terminal 21 Mall Koratholdsmerit-making ceremony before reopening

NAKHON RATCHASIMA (TNA) – Terminal 21 mall held a merit-making ceremony on Thursday morning before its reopening to give moral support to shop operators, customers and local residents after the shooting rampage on the Makha Bucha day.

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Business News

New Thai-Chinese Chamber of Commerce head outlines policies

BANGKOK (NNT) - The new President of the Thai-Chinese Chamber of Commerce, Narongsak Puttapornmongkol, is promoting a policy supporting joint investment, connecting the Belt and Road Initiative and the Eastern Economic Corridor (EEC). He has expressed confidence that Chinese investment in Thailand will grow, as the chamber is preparing measures to aid businesses impacted by the new coronavirus.

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 Health & Wellbeing

Medical errors still harm too many people but there are glimpses of real change

(The Conversation) In late November 1999, a TV producer called me about an alarming report that 44,000 to 98,000 Americans were being killed each year by preventable errors in hospitals and another 1 million were being injured.

Could that be true? Based on my research, I replied, the estimate seemed low.

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Travel Tourism

Doi Inthanon National Park - Chiang Mai

(TAT) This national Park which covers an area of 1,005 square kilometers is located on Doi Inthanon, Thailand’s highest mountain which is 2,565 meters above Sea level.

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 Automania

Jaja Turnbull of the Expat Car Club sent me the following item.Thank you Jaja

Here's an interesting picture I have come across.This is the first production car from Toyota Motor Corporation to roll off their, then, super new factory assembly plant in Samut Prakan, Thailand.

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 Khun Ocha's Cookbook

Pork satays

Everyone loves a BBQ, and satays make an ideal BBQ food.  Speared on a stick or skewer, you can eat single-handed while holding a drink in the other!  To make these pork satays memorable, marinate the meat in a Ziploc bag in the fridge overnight and prepare the skewers the next day.  It is messier, but the result is better.  By the way, use the commercially available peanut sauce you can get in the local supermarkets.

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Book Review

Brannan the Movie

Stephen Cord’s third book is on the shelves, with the action set in Pattaya. Action with a capital A with somewhat of a different twist at the end.

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 SNAP SHOTS

Your new camera

Box Brownie.

I have never properly embraced the social media. I really don’t care what you ate for breakfast and I’m not into hugs all round. And as for “Amen”, I find it insulting at best and silly at worst.

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Classical Connections

Sailing the Seas

 

Goethe (by James Posselwhite)

When I was a small boy and living on a grey island far, far away, there was a framed print on my bedroom wall which displayed the French text of an old Breton prayer. It included the line ma barque est si petite; votre mer est si grande.

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  Odds & Ends

Whoo’s there? Georgia family discovers owl in Christmas tree

Atlanta (AP) — A Georgia family got a real hoot from its Christmas tree: More than a week after they bought it, they discovered a live owl nestled among its branches. Katie McBride Newman said Friday that she and her daughter spotted the bird on Dec. 12. They had bought the 10-foot (3-meter) tall tree from a Home Depot,

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Heart to Heart  

Dearest Hillary,

I went to your office this week with a bottle of plonk and all, to be told by your staff that you don’t work there anymore. Tell me this isn’t true. You are the only reason I buy the paper. And what about all the expats that you keep from throwing themselves off tall buildings (though I do say you have let a few slip through last year)? Please don’t go. On behalf of the troubled people please stay.

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Arts - Entertainment

Film Review:‘Rise of Skywalker’ is a sour end to a grand saga

  

From left, Joonas Suotamo as Chewbacca, Oscar Isaac as Poe Dameron, Daisy Ridley as Rey and John Boyega as Finn in a scene from “Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker.” (Disney/Lucasfilm Ltd. via AP)

Not much has caused a disturbance in the “Star Wars” galaxy quite like Rian Johnson’s “The Last Jedi,” an erratic but electric movie that, regardless of how you felt about it, was something worth arguing about. The same can’t be said for J. J. Abrams’ “Rise of Skywalker,” a scattershot, impatiently paced, fan-servicing finale that repurposes so much of what came before that it feels as though someone searching for the hyperspace button accidentally pressed the spin cycle instead.

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Cartoons

 

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Science & Technology

Thousands in Asia marvel at ‘ring of fire’ solar eclipse

 

Banda Aceh, Indonesia (AP) — People along a swath of southern Asia gazed at the sky in marvel on Thursday, Dec. 26, at a “ring of fire” solar eclipse.

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