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About Nopparat
Nopparat Chaichalearmmongkol is a journalist based in Bangkok, Thailand
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Return of Chinese Tourists to Thailand Has Pros, Cons

05 Apr 2023  |  voanews.com
The revival of Thailand's tourist industry with the return of Chinese travelers post-zero-COVID policy has brought mixed reactions. Over 517,000 Chinese tourists visited Thailand in early 2023, a significant increase from the previous year. While tourism is expected to boost Thailand's GDP and benefit sectors like hospitality and medical tourism, concerns have been raised about the sustainability and impact of this growth. Issues such as zero-dollar tourism, potential money laundering, and an increase in crimes related to Chinese tourists have been highlighted. Authorities are cracking down on illegal businesses operated by Chinese nationals. Experts from various organizations provided insights into the current situation and future expectations.

บทสัมภาษณ์ 'บดีภัค เกาสละ' นักศึกษาแพทย์ไทยที่ Tongji Medical College ในเมืองอู่ฮั่น เมื่อปลายเดือนมกราคม 2563 เกี่ยวกับสถานการณ์การระบาดของไวรัสโคโรนา การรับมือและผลกระทบต่อชีวิตนักศึกษาไทยที่กำลังรอให้รัฐบาลไทยส่งเครื่องบินมารับกลับบ้าน

Early Rainy Season in Southeast Asia Leads to Spike in Dengue Cases

22 Oct 2020  |  WSJ
Southeast Asia is facing a severe outbreak of dengue fever, exacerbated by an early rainy season and higher-than-average temperatures, which are believed to be influenced by global warming. These conditions have led to increased mosquito breeding earlier in the year. Health experts are also concerned about the mutation of the dengue virus due to existing immunity in the population. The spread of the virus by travelers is causing worries that the outbreak may extend to more countries. Efforts are underway to control the mosquito population and address the health crisis.

Disease Kills Shrimp Output, Pushes U.S. Prices Higher

22 Oct 2020  |  WSJ
A new disease has significantly impacted shrimp production in Thailand, leading to a substantial decrease in the country's shrimp exports to the United States. The disease, which previously affected shrimp stocks in China in 2009 and Vietnam, emerged in Thailand late last year. As a result, U.S. shrimp imports from Thailand have seen a sharp decline, with a 27% drop last year and a further 23% decrease from January through April. This has caused shrimp prices in the U.S. to rise by 20% recently, as reported by Thailand's leading shrimp exporter. The situation is also affecting Western restaurants and retailers, which are facing higher prices for shrimp.

My contribution on behalf of VOA Thai to Thailand's Newsline program on NBT channel, regarding the resurgence of infection in the US after easing of prevention measures and travel restriction, the use of masks in the US, and the situation surrounding Thai

Thai Court Upholds Dismissal in Case of U.K. Activist

03 Nov 2016  |  WSJ
Thailand’s Supreme Court upheld the dismissal of a criminal-defamation case against British labor activist Andy Hall, who had campaigned for migrant workers. This decision does not affect a separate conviction for criminal defamation handed down to Hall in September by a lower court.

Thailand Confirms Region’s First Cases of Zika-Linked Birth Defects

30 Sep 2016  |  WSJ
Thailand confirmed the first cases of Zika-linked microcephaly in Southeast Asia, with two infants diagnosed with the condition. Dr. Prasert Thongcharoen from Thailand’s health ministry announced the findings and mentioned that further tests are needed to confirm a third potential case. The region has been monitoring Zika outbreaks since a significant wave of infections in Brazil.

Thai Central Bank Holds Rate Steady

04 Nov 2015  |  wsj.com
Thailand's central bank, the Bank of Thailand, maintained its benchmark interest rate at 1.5% for the fourth consecutive time, with the Monetary Policy Committee voting unanimously. The central bank has not changed the rate since June, following two unexpected cuts in March and April. Assistant Governor Jaturong Jantarangs indicated that fiscal stimulus is expected to lead the economic recovery efforts.

U.N. Agency Warns Thailand Over Aviation Standards

18 Jun 2015  |  WSJ
The United Nations' air safety agency, the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO), has publicly raised concerns about Thailand's aviation standards. In March, ICAO warned Thailand about insufficient safety oversight of its airlines, giving the country 90 days to address the issue. Thailand failed to meet the deadline, resulting in a public warning via a red flag on ICAO's safety audit website.

Thai Prime Minister Ready to End Martial Law

31 Mar 2015  |  wsj.com
Thai Prime Minister Prayuth Chan-ocha is prepared to revoke martial law, seeking royal approval from King Bhumibol Adulyadej. The tourism industry has welcomed this decision, anticipating that it may lead to the lifting of travel advisories that have negatively impacted tourism. Despite this, Prime Minister Prayuth will maintain extensive powers under Article 44 of the interim constitution, which was established following his military coup in May.

Thailand Unrest Dents Foreign Auto Makers' Results

07 Feb 2014  |  WSJ
Thailand's ongoing political stalemate is negatively impacting foreign car makers' sales and the attractiveness of the country as Southeast Asia's largest auto-production hub. Major companies like General Motors, Ford, and Toyota have reported sales declines, with Hino Motors scaling back production and Toyota reconsidering a significant investment.
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