Taco Lake, just a few minutes from Bang Na or Suvarnabhumi Airport, is a haven for watersports enthusiasts, who can escape the city’s frenzy and indulge in wakeboarding or paddle surf in a peaceful setting. That’s also where Svein Rasmussen has installed its eco-conscious company, Starboard.
A high-level Franco-Thai team works in the international law firm Vovan & Associés, which supports individuals, companies and investors in Thailand through four licenses: legal services, patent law, debt collection and notarial deeds.
In office since last September, Jacques Lapouge became France’s ambassador to Thailand at a pivotal moment in the country’s history.
The Bangkok-based Institute for Research on Contemporary Southeast Asia (Irasec) is mobilizing some 20 researchers and experts from all disciplinary and academic backgrounds to decode the news of the 11 countries of the region and their political, social and environmental developments.
Centrally located in Bangkok, KIS International School is an IB World School exclusively offering the International Baccalaureate programs. KIS aims at being an innovative and caring community that provides all of the students with knowledge, inspiration and spirit (its motto).
With the “motto for a world in common”, the Agence Française de Développement (AFD) funds, supports and accelerates the transitions to a fairer and more sustainable world.
The “pearl of Andaman” is located in the heart of a region particularly impacted by the ecological damage of mass tourism. It now constitutes the birthplace of Oceans For All, a non-profit foundation with a clear mission: to protect oceans.
President of the Alliance Française and Vice President of the business conglomerate Loxley, Dr. Jingjai has worked at a high level with the Thai government, international organizations and in the private, public, academic and even political sectors. Portrait of an eminent Thai Francophile.
He’s everywhere, on all television channels and on all fronts. From Saudi refugees to Chinese call centers, to tourists overstaying their visas, he combines caps, hard-hitting operations and shattering statements.
Thai people are connected to the internet for over 9 hours a day, and half of them go online using their cell phones. The most visited sites are Facebook, YouTube and Line, a South Korean company based in Tokyo and subsidiary of internet giant Naver.