Thai Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra said that she has sought royal approval to dissolve the lower house of Parliament and call fresh elections as soon as possible in an attempt to calm the current political situation. The Cabinet members will also be dissolved but they…

Flying fists, gravity defying kicks and superhuman acts of speed make Muay Thai an exciting element of Thai culture. Now, with this ancient martial art taking centre stage at ASIATIQUE The Riverfront, Bangkok’s new cultural hub, visitors can learn about the origins of Thai boxing…

In view of the current political turmoil that have severely affected Thailand’s economic and social infrastructures, as well as weakening Thailand’s confidence and competitiveness in trade, industry, consumption, tourism and investment, the private sector, comprising The Board of Trade, The Federation of Thai Industries, The…

The ongoing anti-government protests in Bangkok, which had been normal to peaceful for 32 days since 30 October 2013 and had turned volatile during 1-2 December 2013, has eased as of this morning. Clashes between police and protesters at Pol 1 intersection, Chamai Maruchet Bridge,…

The TCCC is proud to be part of a coordinated effort between the Canadian Chamber of Commerce of Vietnam, the Philippines, Indonesia and Shanghai in a united effort to provide critical relief funds for the damage caused by Typhoon Haiyan.

The ongoing anti-government protests in Bangkok, which had been normal to peaceful for 32 days since 30 October 2013, has turned volatile as of yesterday but are contained within one location near Government House and the Parliament where riot police fired tear gas canisters and…

The ongoing anti-government protests in Bangkok since early October have been normal to peaceful. During November, although the gatherings and mobilisations of large crowds in different parts of the city at certain times have caused heavy road traffic, there have been no cases of chaos…

The ongoing anti-government protests in Bangkok have been normal to peaceful. Although the gatherings and mobilisations of large crowds in different parts of the city on certain days during the month of November have caused heavy road traffic at certain times, there have been no…

The World Heritage city of Ayutthaya is set to become a unique running ground for runners from all over the world during the Ayutthaya Marathon 2013 on 15 December.

In Bangkok, the Bangkok Mass Transit Authority (BMTA) has temporarily rerouted 12 city bus routes to avoid getting stuck in the areas where large crowds gather. In addition, given the large number of protesters, roads around or within the vicinity of Democracy Monument, Government House…

On the morning of Monday November 11th, the Canadian community led by Ambassador Philip Calvert, met at the Ambassador’s residence to honor our war veterans.

In the not-to-distant future, you might do a Google search for the word “perseverance” and Jim Gulkin’s face will probably pop up on your computer. The word epitomizes the career of the Managing Director of Siam Canadian Foods. He’s gone from being a backpacker and…

The International Silk Festival, “Pook Xiao” Tradition and Red Cross Fair 2013 is set to become the hub of silk cultural exchange and trading in the Greater Mekong Sub-region (GMS).