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- The Power Bowls and PASH organize the first DIY healthy food session
Bangkok, Thailand – July 2, 2020 – Destination Group’s latest delivery brand, The Power Bowls today organizes the first DIY
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Bangkok, Thailand – July 2, 2020 – Destination Group’s latest delivery brand, The Power Bowls today organizes the first DIY session introducing its signature healthy bowls to guests highlighting its perfectly balanced and nutritious goodness within every power bowl. Partnering with PASH, Thailand’s cold-pressed juices brand, this first DIY session went well with useful tips to a good path to good health from both The Power Bowls and the exceptional flavor-driven juices by PASH. The collaboration is aiming on setting a new healthy benchmark in Thailand.
In the photo:
Mr Albert Van De Westhuizen, Brand creative Director, Destination Group (4th from left)
Mr Josep Llopez, Culinary R&D Director, Destination Group (3rd from left)
Ms Bok Shin, Director of Operations, Destination Group (2nd from left)
Khun Sunit Chutintaranond, Chief Executive Officer, PASH (2nd from right)
Khun Vorapraj Chutintaranond, Chief Operation Officer, PASH (1st from right)
Khun Nittreeya Wongsa, Chief Marketing Officer, PASH (1st from left)
Straight from farm to table and available for delivery in Bangkok only from 11 a.m. to 1130 p.m. daily, customers can also order The Power Bowls via LINE @thepowerbowls or https://lin.ee/6JUl6dK, Instagram @thepowerbowls, www.facebook.com/ThePowerBowls, call 095 807 7877 or visit http://power-bowls.com
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- Half a Million people head back home for the long holiday.
Locals are starting to travel back home for the upcoming long holiday from 4-7 July 2020 as a celebration of
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Locals are starting to travel back home for the upcoming long holiday from 4-7 July 2020 as a celebration of Asalha Puja day and the official beginning of Vassa on 6 July 2020, this is considered a major national holiday as the Buddhism is Thailand’s largest religion. Today (3 July 2020) Mo Chit Bus Terminal in Chatuchak Bangkok is filled with travelers waiting to get onto a bus or van back to their home province. Most travelers are taking safety first precautions by wearing masks and checking in to the station through a QR code system by the government. Mo Chit officers are measuring the temperature of all passengers before allowing them into the station. People started arriving at the station at 14.00 and the number of travelers is expected to remain high until the 8th. Then on the 7th, the station will fill up again with passengers returning to the big city from their hometown.
The Transport Company has made preparations to support about half a million people traveling on the 3rd and 4th of this month for the long holiday. Locals are taking this opportunity to visit their loved ones back home after Songkran which is Thailand’s biggest long holiday was canceled due to the Covid-19 situation. The company has prepared enough busses and vans to complete 5,183 trips per day and another extra 1,700 trips per day serviced by affiliated busses and vans. There are also over 200 charter vehicles to support private groups.
About 50,000 passengers traveling on the 3rd have booked tickets and at least 50,000 more will be purchasing tickets at the counters in the station. There will be at least 100,000 passengers traveling back home on the 3rd. It is estimated that at least 430,000 passengers will be traveling back home from 3-7 July 2020. Employees and passengers must follow safety regulations even though Covid-19 numbers in Thailand have been pretty good.
FB Caption: At least 430,000 passengers will be returning to their home towns between 4-7 July 2020.
Source: INN News
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- 50 Thai dogs saved from puppy mill owned by American man
Watchdog Thailand a non-profit organization has saved 50 Thai Ridgeback dogs from a puppy mill owned by an American man.
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Watchdog Thailand a non-profit organization has saved 50 Thai Ridgeback dogs from a puppy mill owned by an American man. Most of the dogs are found in terrible conditions and many have died from the same illnesses and starvation. The owner states that the dogs are kept as pets and he was not breeding them for sale but history shows otherwise. Watchdog representatives went to the Sarapee Police Station in Chiang Mai on 2 July 2020 to file a report with charges related to animal cruelty against a 73-year-old American man.
The American has been breeding Thai Ridgeback dogs to sell and export to buyers abroad. The owner himself contacted Watchdog asking for help claiming that he has become ill and can no longer take care of his pets consisting of over 50 dogs. Watchdog went to inspect the location and discovered that the dogs were living in an extremely unhygienic environment. Most of the dogs had scabies and were starving. Watchdog claims that many were left to die with no empathy. Watchdog Thailand contacted the police and the Chiang Mai Department of Livestock Development (DLD) on 1 July 2020.
Representatives went to rescue the dogs and moved them to the Save Elephant Foundation in Mae Rim. The man would not give up 5 dogs that were still healthy. The foundation disagreed with his demands as they believed the man lacks the ability to take care of the dogs. History also shows he has been involved in animal cruelty to his own pets many times. Watchdog realized that they needed police involvement in the case to help save the remaining 5 dogs.
The man lives alone and is currently ill. He asked for help from a foreign volunteer at Watchdog who then passed the information to the organization. Watchdog went to where the dogs lived and saw that dog cages were stacked on top of each other. They had no space to play and exercise. The dog’s waste was everywhere, most of them were very ill and starving. Dogs were still left where they died, instead of getting buried.
Animal lovers abroad have given information on the man stating that he has a past in animal cruelty and dogs were harmed or left to die after they served no purpose. He has been selling dogs at a very high price tag without any proper license to breed dogs. Watchdog wants to bring all the dogs into their care, the Chaing Mai DLD agrees that this man cannot take responsibility for his dogs. The man claims that he contacted Watchdog for help and he has never bred dogs for sale but they kept on having puppies. He has also filed a report with the police claiming that Watchdog stole his dogs.
FB Caption: The man asked Watchdog to help take care of his Thai Ridgeback dogs, the organization discovered they were sick, starving, and living in extreme conditions.
Source: Sanook, Watchdog Thailand
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- Five-year-old fat girl coping with pressure
A Facebook member yesterday (July 3, 2020) wrote about her five-year-old daughter who has had to cope with daily pressure
A Facebook member yesterday (July 3, 2020) wrote about her five-year-old daughter who has had to cope with daily pressure because of her obesity, the Thai-language daily Khao Sod reported.
Weighing 32 kilograms, the girl has started eating more vegetables and a smaller portion of rice to slim down.
“You may be fat but I still love you, and there are many other people who love you,” said her mother.
“Some people may judge other people on their looks,” she added. “And I think it’s about time we changed our mindset.”3 July 2020LOCALhttps://thairesidents.com/?p=40867
- Nightlife scene is back in Bangla Street, Phuket.
The nightlife scene is now reopened on Bangla Road, Patong, Phuket Province. Not many tourists are seen walking on the
The nightlife scene is now reopened on Bangla Road, Patong, Phuket Province. Not many tourists are seen walking on the street compared to before the Covid-19 situation but this is a good start. Nightclubs and bars reopen for the first night on 1 July 2020. Bangla Street is well known as a nightlife destination in Phuket for local and international tourists. About 30 businesses have joined in the reopening making sure to follow strict safety regulations as a precaution against the virus.
Soon after sunset tourists started to arrive in Bangla, each exploring the businesses that are now back in business. Every person entering the street must have their temperature measured, and walk through a disinfection tunnel placed at the entrance and exit on the street. Most businesses require customers to sanitize their hands again before entering the building. The street is now ready to support tourists from abroad when the conditions allow for international travel once again, it might not be happening soon, but business owners are now in good hopes. Most of the customers on the street are local tourists, foreign tourists stuck in Thailand, and expats living in Thailand.
Tangkwa a nightlife tourist, stated that she lives in Patong and loves visiting entertainment businesses. Before the Covid-19 situation, she was a regular customer in Bangla. Tangkwa is happy that nightclubs and bars are now back running. There are not many tourists walking on the first night, but she believes that this is a good sign for things returning back to normal. The tourist does fear the return of COVID as there are strong safety measures. Nightclubs and bars must follow 22 rules to help protect employees and customers. Tangkwa now believes that the tourism in Phuket can return to normal after visiting Bangla on the first night of reopening.
FB Caption: Every person entering the street must have their temperature measured and walk through a disinfection tunnel.
Source: INN News2 July 2020AROUND TOWNhttps://thairesidents.com/?p=40845
- Gold shop burns down in Ying Charoen Market fire.
There has been a fire at the Ying Charoen Market in Bang Khen, Bangkok. This is a very old market
There has been a fire at the Ying Charoen Market in Bang Khen, Bangkok. This is a very old market in Northern Bangkok. With over 20 fire trucks and strong teamwork from firefighters, the flames were finally under control after 2 hours. Thankfully no one has been injured from the fire, as it started when the market was closed. Prasong Wachirawutchai a gold shop owner in the market stated that he has been selling gold in the market for over 30 years and this is the first fire ever. The flames started during the night and Prasong was quickly notified.
The gold shop owner went to the market right away after receiving a call. He was too late and the gold shop was already in flames. Prasong wanted to go in but it was impossible, it was just too hot and dangerous inside. Prasong reveals that most of the gold is stored in a safe, which is about 20-30 kilograms of gold worth tens of millions THB. The owner is not sure if the safe is fireproof and fears that the gold inside might have already melted. The safe cannot be opened as the fire has melted the password panel on the safe so it has been moved into storage at a bank. The rest of the gold worth about 1 million THB was on display in the shop, there is no gold shop insurance.
Nipaporn Jeenmai the owner of an optical shop in the market stated that she witnessed the fire. When Nipaporn saw the flames she tried to save the products in her store. She ran into the store and tried to carry as many pairs of glasses as she could. The owner forgot to think about her own safety and was running past fire with fear that her products would be burned in the incident. The fire quickly spread across the market in less than 10 minutes.
FB Caption: 20-30 kilograms of gold was stored in a safe, but the owner is not sure if the safe is fireproof and the shop has no insurance.
Source: Sanook2 July 2020MONEYhttps://thairesidents.com/?p=40851
- “Tiew Term Sook” with 50% Discounts at Bangkok Marriott Hotel The Surawongse
Bangkok, 2 July 2020 – Pack your bag and hit the road! For limited time only, Bangkok Marriott Hotel The
Bangkok, 2 July 2020 – Pack your bag and hit the road! For limited time only, Bangkok Marriott Hotel The Surawongse offers 50% discount on Deluxe room rate as well as food and beverages at Praya Kitchen and The Lobby Lounge. Available for booking and stay period from 1 July – 31 October 2020.
Tiew Term Sook package includes;
- 50% discount from the regular room rate (exclude breakfast). The Deluxe Room is offered at a discount rate of THB 2,550++/ 2 guests.
- 50% discount for food and non-alcohol beverages at Praya Kitchen and The Lobby Lounge.
Bangkok Marriott Hotel The Surawongse takes style and service to new heights with a stylish rooms and suites, equipped with the latest amenities and panoramic windows that frame the glittering Bangkok skyline. Cool off, above the street, in the infinity pool with a panoramic city’s skyline on the 18th floor. Enjoy authentic Thai cuisine at Praya Kitchen while Yào Restaurant and Rooftop Bar serves modern Chinese cuisine with stunning views of the city and river.
Available for booking and stay period from 1 July – 31 October 2020.
Terms and conditions apply.
Rate code: LPR
For more information, please contact 02 088 5666.2 July 2020AROUND TOWNhttps://thairesidents.com/?p=40841
- Auntie wins 12M Thai government lottery.
A new millionaire is a 61-year-old auntie from Surin Province. The lucky winner had just won 12 Million THB from
A new millionaire is a 61-year-old auntie from Surin Province. The lucky winner had just won 12 Million THB from the latest Thai government lottery draw on 1 July 2020 with a first prize number of 347258. The first prize number brings in 6 Million THB per ticket, the auntie is holding 2 winning tickets and reveals that the money will be used to pay off debt. INN news reports that after every lottery draw there is a big winner who will have their lives turned around. This time it is Klan Pratumma’s lucky day.
Klan is from house no. 175 in Ban San Klang Village, Sangkha District, Surin Province. The winner went to file a police report on 1 July 2020 after realizing that she had just become a millionaire at the Sangkha Police Station. Big lottery winners will usually go to file a report with the nearest police station as proof that the lottery truly belongs to the holder. There have been cases in Thailand where multiple people claimed to be owners of the winning lottery tickets, often ending in years of court cases. Filing a police report helps keep the lottery and the owner safe. The winning number is 347258, Klan is seen holding the 2 winning tickets in front of the local media.
Klan was very bright when interviewed by the news team. The winner stated that the lottery was purchased right in front of her home. She bought 2 tickets and never imagined winning the big prize. She is filled with happiness and now believes that her life motto has finally worked. Klan has always lived life believing that doing good will bring her good. Winning the lottery is proof that all the good Klan has done for other people has come back to help her. The money will be used to pay off debt, build her home, buy land for her children, and donated to help others.
FB Caption: Klan has always lived life believing that doing good will bring her good.
Source: INN news2 July 2020MONEYhttps://thairesidents.com/?p=40832
- Bangkok schools and entertainment places allowed to open
Bangkok Governor Assawin Kwanmuang has announced that schools, entertainment places, pubs and bars in the capital city will be allowed
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Bangkok Governor Assawin Kwanmuang has announced that schools, entertainment places, pubs and bars in the capital city will be allowed to open from July 1, 2020, the Thai-language daily Thai Rath reported.
These measures are as follows:
1. All schools will be allowed to open.
2. Department stores and community malls can operate until 10 p.m.
3. Convenience stores can operate 24 hours.
4. Pubs, bars and karaoke shops can operate until midnight, with patrons following a one-metre social distance
5. Massage parlors can now open with everyone wearing a face mask at all time, except when the clients take a bath.
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- Van driver arrested after he kicked lottery seller in the face
A van driver had kicked a lottery seller at 15.00 on 29 June 2020. The man has given himself up
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A van driver had kicked a lottery seller at 15.00 on 29 June 2020. The man has given himself up to the Surat Thani Police. The victim filed a report against Montri, 40 years old from Surat Thani. The victim went to see the doctor after the attack to determine whether the attack has resulted in a long term injury. Police Colonel Sirichai Suksart stated that investigation officials are waiting for medical results from the doctor before beginning the prosecution process, it depends a lot on the opinion of a doctor as to how serious the injury is. In the meantime, Montri has admitted that he kicked the lottery seller and has been let go awaiting prosecution.
The lottery seller stated after being interviewed by the police that she wishes the case to end soon. The seller does not want the story to become viral or anyone in the case attacked. This is because she will still be working in Surat Thani. The woman has been selling lottery tickets in the area for over 20 years. If the van driver wants to apologize then she is willing to accept the apology. She wants the problem to end so they can each continue on with their lives. The victim further explains that on the date of the incident Montri had misunderstood what she said. They were standing over a meter apart and both were wearing masks as protection from Covid-19.
The victim is a 59-year-old lottery seller. She was walking in the area selling tickets, the van driver who was sitting down commented on how she was selling overpriced tickets at 100 THB per ticket when the right price is 80 THB. The suspect informed the woman that he would notify the police to receive reward money. The victim then replied that the reward money is not that easy to get. Montri lost control and stood up before kicking the lottery seller right in the face. The seller fell onto the ground landing on her back. She ended up with wounds on her mouth and chest. The victim then went to file a report with the police.
FB Caption: The van driver had commented about the overpriced lottery tickets, the response ticked him off.
Source: INN News
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