BANGKOK: Thailand’s prime minister is confident the country will receive more than 30 million foreign tourist arrivals this year as the economically vital tourism sector gathers steam, a government spokesperson said on Tuesday (Feb 7). Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha has instructed relevant agencies to facilitate visitors with travel and ensure
SHANGHAI: Marvel’s superheroes began their return to China’s massive movie market after an apparent ban of nearly four years on Tuesday, with fans streaming into cinemas to watch Black Panther: Wakanda Forever. The Disney-owned studio’s hugely popular franchises have been absent from Chinese screens since 2019, with no explanation. Marvel
The Supreme Court’s Criminal Division for Holders of Political Positions has issued a warrant for the arrest of fugitive Charupong Ruangsuwan, a former Pheu Thai Party leader, for allegedly demanding a water supply company pay for air tickets costing nearly 60,000 baht while he was interior minister in 2012.
TAIPEI: Taiwan will speed up the development of drones for military use taking into account the lessons of the war in Ukraine and the threat posed by China, the island’s defence ministry said on Tuesday (Feb 7). Unmanned aircraft have played a crucial role on both sides since Russia launched