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Movies with English soundtrack this week / Deadpool 2
« on: May 17, 2018, 12:46:54 PM »
Thu 17 May 2018, 7:42 pm

MOVIES WITH ENGLISH SOUNDTRACK OPENING IN THAILAND CINEMAS THIS WEEK


DEADPOOL 2



HELD OVER FROM LAST WEEK:  None

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Mon 14 May 2018, 10:43 am

Here is an interesting an honest post on ThaiVisa.com by  spidermike007 discussing alternatives to Thailand for expats:

"That is exactly the topic that needs to be discussed. I cannot think of a viable alternative, within the restraints of my budget. I have considered spending at least a portion of the year in Spain. No other place in SE Asia is anything I find appealing . . . Read more at http://bit.ly/2Kl70Tw

Where would you go if Thailand went "pear shaped" for expats?

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Wed 9 May 2018, 10:16 am

PHUKET NEWS
http://bit.ly/2K6ejyC


Penang consulate limits visa applications to 100 per day

PHUKET: The Royal Thai Consulate-General in Penang has announced that it will limit the number of visas issued to just 100 per day, starting from Monday, May 14.

Persons with incomplete documents will not be permitted to enter the building and those found to have had their visa application rejected must not apply until next day, the consulate said in a notice issued earlier today, May 8, marked “ANNOUNCEMENT (visa matters esp. tourists) starting from Monday, 14 May”

Overstays incur a high risk of visa refusal and submission of fake documents will automatically incur a one-year ban on applying for a visa to enter the country, the notice warned.

Visa applications must be filled and signed and photos already attached to the form, and applicants must have the basic required documents:

- copy of passport (+ page with Malaysian immigration stamp)

- evidence of accommodation (hotel booking / house rental agreement)

- travel information (booking of air ticket leaving Thailand)

Financial statements provided must be only in Thai baht, Malaysian Ringgit, US dollars or euros, and only documents in English and/or Thai will be accepted, the notice confirmed.

Visa application and collection times will remain the same, the notice added.

A reason for the new limit on the number of visas issued each day was not given.

For more information, visit the Royal Thai Consulate-General, Penang Facebook page

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Movies with English soundtrack this week / AVENGERS: Infinity War
« on: April 26, 2018, 01:34:23 PM »
Thu 26 Apr 2018, 8:25 pm

Movies with English soundtrack opening in Thailand Cinemas this week:

AVENGERS: Infinity War
(Got favorable reviews 68/100 on Metacritic.com)





NO FILMS IN ENGLISH HELD OVER FROM LAST WEEK

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Movies with English soundtrack this week / RAMPAGE, MIDNIGHT SUN
« on: April 12, 2018, 04:00:43 AM »
Thu 12 Apr 2018, 10:46 am

MOVIES WITH ENGLISH SOUNDTRACK
Opening in Thailand Cinemas This week


RAMPAGE



MIDNIGHT SUN



STILL PLAYING

A QUIET PLACE (~Rex liked it !)
READY PLAYER ONE
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Movies with English soundtrack this week / A Quiet Place, Peter Rabbit
« on: April 05, 2018, 01:00:30 PM »
Thu 5 Apr 2018, 7:46 pm

MOVIES WITH ENGLISH SOUNDTRACK
Opening in Thailand Cinemas this week


A QUIET PLACE
"If they hear you, they hunt you!"  (Uh, oh!)




PETER RABBIT
(Be a sport!  Take yer rugrats!)



STILL PLAYING:

Ready Player One  (Zzzzzzzzzzzzzzz......)

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Fri 30 Mar 2018, 11:56 am

MOVIES WITH ENGLISH SOUNDTRACK THIS WEEK


"READY PLAYER ONE" (Spielberg!!!)

Generally good reviews 64/100, but not raves




ERIC CLAPTON: Life in 12 bars
(It's a pun!  Get it?  hahaha...)




HELD OVER FROM LAST WEEK:

Pacific Rim: Uprising




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Movies with English soundtrack this week / PACIFIC RIM: Uprising
« on: March 22, 2018, 03:37:54 AM »
Thu 22 Mar 2018, 10:28 am

PACIFIC RIM: Uprising




NO ENGLISH MOVIES STILL
PLAYING FROM LAST WEEK




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Sun 18 Mar 2018, 10:46 am

THE NATION http://bit.ly/2GGW3ve

More Wi-Fi hotspots for Phuket as plan to tag tourists mulled

Phuket will increase the number of hotspots for free Wi-Fi Internet connection to 1,000 around the island as part of its ambition to turn the island into a “smart city”, the digital economy minister said.

The province may also develop an electronic wristband system for foreign tourists so their identity and location would be known in case of untoward incidents, said Digital Economy and Society Minister Pichet Durongkaveroj.

During the briefing, Thawornwat said the implementation had progressed greatly to achieve the measures of a smart economy, including tourism, health, education, safety and the environment in accordance with the government’s Thailand 4.0 policy. After the briefing, Pichet said smart-city developments included the installation of 1,000 free Wi-Fi hotspots, up from the current 200 hotspots. He said the province also has planned to develop the uses of wristbands to track tourists and to use Big Data to analyse information about tourists’ habits. He said the Phuket command centre would also link to all CCTVs on the island to work with face-recognition software to guard against crimes as well as to collect the data of tourists who use public boat services. This would be done for the sake of their safety. Pichet said the government would provide financial support to the Phuket Smart City project but the province must ensure that each project would be worth the investment. He said some work could be carried out with cooperation from private firms instead of sole investment by the government.

http://bit.ly/2GGW3ve



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Movies with English soundtrack this week / Hurricane Heist
« on: March 16, 2018, 04:07:51 AM »
Fri 16 Mar 2018, 11:04 am


HURRICANE HEIST



STILL PLAYHING

Tomb Raider

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Fri 9 Mar 2018, 9:50 am

Rabies warning nationwide as infection rates ‘much worse’ than before


March 09, 2018 01:00 By THE NATION
http://www.nationmultimedia.com/detail/national/30340506


THE RABIES situation is still considered severe,
as 37 provinces have reported cases since the New Year, resulting in three human deaths.


As of yesterday, the situation in Thailand as reported by thairabies.net showed that at least 345 cases of animal infections had been confirmed this year, while Roi Et was found to have the highest number of confirmed cases, as there were already 69 reported.



According to the rabies infection database, the Northeastern region was still a hotspot for infections, as every province in the lower part of the region had confirmed rabies cases. Three provinces – Roi Et (69 cases), Surin (36) and Yasothon (22) – were the top three provinces for infections in the country.

The situation was also severe in other regions as well. In the South, Songkhla had 17 confirmed rabies cases, the fourth-highest confirmed number of cases. There has also been one death from rabies in Songkhla.

Nakhon Si Thammarat and Trang in the South also are concerned about the situation, with one confirmed case of a human being infected with the virus in Trang. In the North, Chiang Rai had the highest number of cases in the region, with 10 confirmed. Almost every province in the East also showed animal infections. In that region, Chon Buri had the most cases with 14 cases reported. Only Sa Kaew and Trat were still rabies-free in the region. Bangkok was also found to have five confirmed cases of animal infections.

It was found that 91.3 per cent of infected animals were dogs and 2.03 per cent were cats. Also, 60.25 per cent of infected animals had owners and only 32.61 per cent were strays. The majority of the infected animals did not have vaccination records or only had vague records.Surge in cases The Livestock Development Department has urged pet owners to vaccinate their pets, while the department has already dispatched teams to vaccinate |dogs and cats in the provinces that were deemed especially at risk. According to statistics, the infection rate this year is much worse than in the previous years, as there have been 178 cases of rabies reported in February compared to only 79 cases in February 2017, 47 cases in February 2016 and 40 cases in February 2015.

Livestock Development Department director-general Apai Suttisunk said that even though there had been a rapid spread of the disease in many provinces, there were 22 provinces that still had not seen reports of infections for three years. Apai said the department was working with the Livestock Development Offices in those provinces to maintain their rabies-free status in line with the criteria of the World Organisation for Animal Health.


http://www.nationmultimedia.com/detail/national/30340506




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Thu 8 Mar 2018, 6:12 pm


TOMB RAIDER 2018




Returning from last month:

THE SHAPE OF WATER





STILL PLAYING:

RED SPARROW (Save your bahtski! Don't fail to miss it!)



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Fri 2 Mar 2018, 7:11 pm

RED SPARROW



DEATH WISH 2018




STILL PLAYING:


BLACK PANTHER

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News Thailand and the World / Police crackdwon on foreigners Soi Cowboy
« on: February 28, 2018, 10:45:23 AM »
Wed 28 Feb 2018, 5:39 pm

Police launch major crackdown on foreigners on Soi Cowboy -
scores of English teachers and visa overstayers arrested



All 78 people arrested were dark in color, they said, as they printed pictures of deputy tourist police commissioner Surachet Hakpal in Bangkok's red light district of Soi Cowboy in the Asoke area at 1am this morning.

Read the rest of the story on ThaiVisa.com => http://bit.ly/2F1a7Oy

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