The Nation Daily: 23 November 2023 | The Nation
- No hostage release as long as war persists: Iran - Centres to rescue loan shark victims to open in provinces - Bangkok drops to 9th in most livable cities for expats: Poll - The Bangkok Chef Charity 2024 is back - Soft power exchange: Korea, Thailand mark 65th diplomatic ties
Iran said, based on their communication with Hamas, the release of hostages is unlikely as long as the war persists.
Provincial governors nationwide have been directed to establish centers, and a committee, to assist victims of loan sharks, responding to the surge in household debt across the country.
Bangkok slipped from 6th to 9th place amongst the best cities for expatriates to live and work in in 2023, according to the latest poll from InterNations, which runs an online portal selling services to expats around the world.
The Bangkok Chef Charity 2024 is back on track for the first time after a gap of 4 years due to the Covid-19 pandemic and is aiming to raise funds for hospitals under the Debaratana Vejjanukula Foundation and for needy children in remote areas of Thailand.
The Korean Cultural Center and Korea Thailand Communication Center (KTCC) present 'K-Soft Power Festival 2023