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STT GDC Thailand opens Bangkok data centre

Telecom Paper 16 Sep 2021
STT Bangkok 1 is the first of two buildings in the STT Bangkok Data Centre Campus, which is strategically located at Hua ...
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Chased and jailed: No rest and much danger for Asia’s young revolutionaries

The Los Angeles Times 05 Aug 2021
But it has united and mobilized the young in ways that would have been impossible for their parents and grandparents in capitals stretching from Bangkok to Manila ... Benja Apan in her room near the campus of Thammasat University on July 27, 2021 ... Thailand’s Prime Minister Prayuth Chan-ocha arrives at his office in Bangkok on June 6, 2019.
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One week in, students offer mixed opinions on summer term

The Brown Daily Herald 25 May 2021
While COVID-19 cases have decreased dramatically compared to peak numbers seen prior to the summer semester, restrictions meant to curb infection rates continue to shape the experiences of students on campus. The campus activity status currently remains at Level 2, with most public health restrictions from the spring semester still in place.
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Fitwel Best in Building Health Awards Celebrate the Certification's Highest Achievers, Spurring the Next Phase ...

The Saratogian 09 Mar 2021
This year's winners were identified based on Fitwel's 2020 project data, which captured a year marked by unprecedented challenges due to the global pandemic, met with impressive agility and responsiveness by leaders of the global real estate industry ... Fitwel Best in Building Health® 2021 ... Industry Leading Company ... JLL ... Siri Campus, Bangkok, Thailand ... .
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Thai protests outside parliament after PM survives vote

The News International 21 Feb 2021
BANGKOK ... “It was a disappointment, but expected,” protest leader Attapon Buapat said. Over 1,000 protesters rallied outside the parliament gates ... Youth-led protests last year reached hundreds of thousands, occupying major commercial intersections in Bangkok and spreading to university campuses across the country. “It’s a critical moment in Thailand ... .
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Thailand: More protests set to take place after PM survives no-confidence vote

Malaysia Today 21 Feb 2021
“It was a disappointment, but expected,” protest leader Attapon Buapat said. Over 1,000 protesters rallied outside the parliament gates ... Youth-led protests last year reached hundreds of thousands, occupying major commercial intersections in Bangkok and spreading to university campuses across the country ... This is just the start.”. .
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Thai PM survives no-confidence vote as protests planned

Arab News 20 Feb 2021
BANGKOK ... “The vote shows that there is confidence,” said Chuan Leekpai, president of the National Assembly, announcing the result, which had been widely expected ... Youth-led protests last year reached hundreds of thousands, occupying major commercial intersections in Bangkok and spreading to university campuses across the country ....
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Thai PM Prayuth survives no-confidence vote as more protests planned

Straits Times 20 Feb 2021
BANGKOK (REUTERS, BLOOMBERG) - Thailand’s Prime Minister Prayuth Chan-o-cha and nine ministers survived a ... Youth-led protests last year reached hundreds of thousands, occupying major commercial intersections in Bangkok and spreading to university campuses across the country.
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Prayut survives no-confidence vote as hundreds gather

Straits Times 20 Feb 2021
BANGKOK • Hundreds of protesters gathered outside Thailand's Parliament after Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha and ... Youth-led protests last year drew hundreds of thousands, occupying major commercial intersections in Bangkok and spreading to university campuses across the country.
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'People Have Been Really Angry.' The Political Journey of a Young Activist in Thailand's Democracy Struggle

Time 16 Dec 2020
Pro-democracy protesters give the three finger salute during an anti-government demonstration in Bangkok, Thailand on November 27, 2020 ... He grew up in the heart of Bangkok in a working-class family that he said made him aware of his country’s vast inequality ... Later, Netiwit and Tattep invited Wong to Bangkok to speak on campus.
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‘People Have Been Really Angry.’ The Political Journey of a Young Activist in Thailand’s Democracy Struggle

Time Magazine 16 Dec 2020
Stringer/Anadolu Agency via Getty Images Pro-democracy protesters give the three finger salute during an anti-government demonstration in Bangkok, Thailand on November 27, 2020 ... Later, Netiwit and Tattep invited Wong to Bangkok to speak on campus. But upon his arrival at Bangkok airport, Wong was detained and then deported.
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‘School is not a safe place’

Taipei Times 23 Nov 2020
Thai woman alleges campus sex abuse then faces storm of criticism. Reuters, BANGKOK ... School is not a safe place” on Saturday during a pro-democracy rally in Bangkok, Thailand ... But she grabbed attention at the weekend when she dressed in a high-school uniform at a protest in Bangkok, put black tape over her mouth and held up a placard that read ... .
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Thailand to launch "university campus in sub-district" project

Xinhua 06 Oct 2020
BANGKOK, Oct. 6 (Xinhua) -- Thailand plans to implement a novel project under which there will be a university campus in each of 3,000 sub-districts throughout the country, government spokesman Anucha Burapachaisri said on Tuesday.
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Thailand's Eastern Economic Corridor to Become Post-COVID Global Food Innovation Hub

Pharmiweb 06 Oct 2020
BANGKOK, Oct ... The EEC, a 13,000 square kilometer zone south and east of Bangkok, is the focal point of Thailand 4.0 ... Food Innopolis, which is part of the National Science and Technology Development Agency (NSTDA) already operates campuses in Bangkok and major provincial cities.
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Thai students revolt over ‘dictatorship’ in schools

Taipei Times 25 Sep 2020
WHITE RIBBONS ... Reuters, BANGKOK. As university students stage weeks of high-profile campus protests for democracy, their younger brethren are advancing their own rebellion to Thailand’s establishment ... This means that a lot of our rights have been violated.” ... 5 attend a demonstration in Bangkok demanding the Thai government’s resignation ... .
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