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MORE foreign direct investment will flow into Thailand if the country maintains its growth momentum, while the creative economy will also support the expansion of investment, Deputy Prime Minister Somkid Jatusripitak said yesterday. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Regional_Comprehensive_Economic_Partnership
The Family Tree were invited to present our work and lead a workshop on Thai arts at the LIKHA ASYA, a four-day celebration of the creative ingenuity of the Asian peoples, in community theatre, community-based tourism and the creative industries, organised in Bohol, by The Philippines, by The Philippine National Commission for Culture and the Arts. This pioneering event convened hundreds of artists, performers and social enterprises from the Philippines, Thailand, Indonesia and Japan.
Knowing the economy is still sour all over the world, Thailand’s tourist authority notified its destinations that tourism may be down. The good news for you is that there are many deals to be had to encourage you to choose Thailand for your destination. If you love golf, Thailand is counting on tourists for $2 billion USD worth of revenue. If golf isn’t your thing, Thailand offers plenty of beachfront resorts with or without golf to help you relax.
THE UNTOUCHABLES - by Erik Ravelo 1. Pedophilia - Vatican 2. Tourist under age prostitution - Thailand 3. Children killings - Syria War 4. Human organ traffic most of the victims are kids from third world countries 5. Weaponry freedom in US 6. Children obesity fast food industries - USA #children rights