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  1. Death of a Cambodian girl working in a casino has revealed crimes and mysterious labor cases, after casino owners forced a female worker to continue working even after she was infected with COVID-19, as the illegal casino in Sihanoukville continues to operate illegally in Cambodia until a Covid-19 outbreak got more than 400 employees infected, while a very strict work rules were imposed, the coordinator of the Cambodian Human Rights and Development Association's Sihanoukville office, Cheab Sotheary said that the casino owners are forcing workers to continue working by charging a fine of 4 time
  2. Director Nguyen Phan Linh Dan. Photo courtesy of Dan ‘If Wood Could Cry, It Would Cry Blood’ by Nguyen Phan Linh Dan has won an award in the Asian Project Market at the Busan International Film Festival. Her maiden effort received the ArteKino International Award and €6,000 ($6,966) in cash. It will be allowed to be screened in on the website of the online ArteKino Festival in Europe to held through Dec. Full Story: https://e.vnexpress.net/news/life/culture/vietnamese-movie-wins-project-award-at-busan-film-festival-4372082.html -
  3. Workers seen at a factory of Vietwood in Binh Duong Province. Photo courtesy of Vietwood Furniture companies in Binh Duong are proposing for more autonomy in imposing Covid-19 measures as they reopen after months of social distancing. Members of Binh Duong Furniture Association said due to the limited number of government workers, their proposals to resume production have faced delays, according to Binh Duong Newspaper. There are about 50 staff working as industrial park managers in the province, though there are around 3,900 companies. Full Stor
  4. Similan Islands Reopen amid Very High Waves PHANG-NGA, Oct 15 (TNA) – Similan Islands reopened to tourists today but boat operators did not resume services right away due to high waves. Full Story: https://aseannow.com/topic/1235618-similan-islands-reopen-amid-very-high-waves/
  5. PHANG-NGA, Oct 15 (TNA) – Similan Islands reopened to tourists today but boat operators did not resume services right away due to high waves. The office of the Mu Koh Similan National Park reopened Similan Islands from Oct 15 to Nov 15 2022 but the islands remained quiet because waves were too high for boat operators. The operators at the Ban Thap Lamu pier in Thai Muang district of Phangnga kept their boats ashore instead of carrying tourists to the islands because waves were 2-3 meters high. Full Story: https://tna.mcot.net/english-news-804136
  6. PM Delighted with Hollywood Star’s Compliment on Phuket UBON RATCHATHANI, Oct 15 (TNA) – Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha said he was proud of Phuket when Hollywood star Russell Crowe admired the atmosphere, foods and beautiful places on the island province. Full Story: https://aseannow.com/topic/1235617-pm-delighted-with-hollywood-star’s-compliment-on-phuket/
  7. UBON RATCHATHANI, Oct 15 (TNA) – Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha said he was proud of Phuket when Hollywood star Russell Crowe admired the atmosphere, foods and beautiful places on the island province. The prime minister responded to Mr. Crowe’s photographs and posts on his Twitter account @russellcrowe about Phuket where the world-renowned star had been quarantined for 14 days before film-making in Bangkok. Gen Prayut said he was grateful for good cooperation from officials, vendors and people in Phuket who contributed to the successful Phuket Sandbox reopening initia
  8. Financial help rolled out for flood-affected customers of Thailand’s state-run banks State-run banks have rolled out financial measures to help private individuals and businesses affected the current flooding, according to Pornchai Theeravet, director of the Finance Ministry’s Fiscal Policy Office. Full Story: https://aseannow.com/topic/1235616-financial-help-rolled-out-for-flood-affected-customers-of-thailand’s-state-run-banks/
  9. State-run banks have rolled out financial measures to help private individuals and businesses affected the current flooding, according to Pornchai Theeravet, director of the Finance Ministry’s Fiscal Policy Office. The banks involved in helping flood victims are the Government Savings Bank (GSB), the Bank of Agriculture and Agricultural Cooperatives (BAAC), the Government Housing Bank (GHB), the SME Bank, the Islamic Bank of Thailand, the Exim Bank and the Thai Credit Guarantee Corporation (TCG). Pornchai said that the measures will target ordinary people, farmers and s
  10. Health officials reveal concerns about illegal migrants bringing delta variant into Prachuap Khiri Khan Migrants stopped trying to cross the border into Prachuap Khiri Khan illegally on October 6. Public health officials have revealed their concern about migrant workers entering the province illegally and spreading infections of COVID-19. Full Story: https://aseannow.com/topic/1235615-health-officials-reveal-concerns-about-illegal-migrants-bringing-delta-variant-into-prachuap-khiri-khan/
  11. Migrants stopped trying to cross the border into Prachuap Khiri Khan illegally on October 6. Public health officials have revealed their concern about migrant workers entering the province illegally and spreading infections of COVID-19. On Friday (Oct 15), Mr. Rewat Suk-horm, Muang District Public Health Office, Prachuap Khiri Khan Province, revealed how more than 100 migrant workers have been caught entering the province illegally across the border with Myanmar in the the past two weeks alone. Of those caught, 10 percent were confirmed as being infected wit
  12. Krabi tourism entrepreneurs say they do not agree with Thai government’s plan for reopening in November Most Krabi tourism operators did not agree with the Thai government’s plan on reopening for fully vaccinated tourists on November 1st, according to prominent local tourism operator Atiphot Srisukon. Full Story: https://aseannow.com/topic/1235614-krabi-tourism-entrepreneurs-say-they-do-not-agree-with-thai-government’s-plan-for-reopening-in-november/
  13. Most Krabi tourism operators did not agree with the Thai government’s plan on reopening for fully vaccinated tourists on November 1st, according to prominent local tourism operator Atiphot Srisukon. Atiphot told reporters that many establishments, entertainment venues, bars, small shops on Phi Phi Island, and other tourist destinations in Mueang Krabi District had been closed for more than a year. Some shops are open, such as convenience stores, but there is no nightlife or legal alcohol sales at restaurants or bars, making the area a deserted island. Most local entrepr
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