President Ho Chi Minh’s footprints kept alive in Thailand Videos

President Ho Chi Minh’s footprints kept alive in Thailand

After his 17-year journey for national salvation, President Ho Chi Minh arrived in Bangkok in July 1928 and began efforts to promote patriotism among the Vietnamese community. He then moved to Ban Dong in Phichit, . In December 2013, local authorities began construction of the President Ho Chi Minh relic site and museum in Ban Dong.
Southeast Asian countries grapple with COVID-19 World

Southeast Asian countries grapple with COVID-19

Southeast Asian countries like Indonesia, Thailand and Laos have been struggling with the acute respiratory disease caused by the novel coronavirus (COVID-19), which has so far killed more than 14,560 people worldwide.
Thailand declares drought in 11 provinces World

Thailand declares drought in 11 provinces

Thailand’s Department of Disaster Prevention and Mitigation (DDPM) said the country is facing drought after emergency measures were ordered in 54 districts of 11 provinces.
Thailand: Mekong water level drops World

Thailand: Mekong water level drops

The water level of the Mekong river in Nakhon Phanom, Thailand’s northeastern province bordering Laos, is dropping by 10-20 cm a day, according to local media.
Thai authorities monitoring water level of Mekong River ASEAN

Thai authorities monitoring water level of Mekong River

Officials of Thailand are closely monitoring the rising water level of the Mekong River after rain continued to hammer down on much of Thailand in the past couple of days, flooding residential areas and farmland in several provinces.
Thai cabinet approves East-West railway project ASEAN

Thai cabinet approves East-West railway project

The Government of Thailand on June 13 approved a proposal to build a double-track railway linking Tak and Nakhon Phanom provinces as part of the transport routes under the East-West Economic Corridor.