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  • Tom 3:36 pm on December 3, 2009 Permalink
    Tags: , agricultural product, cassava, , , Food exports, , poultry, , sea food, shrimp, sugar, , Thai food, Thai restaurants, Tuna fish,   

    Food exports next year expected to rise to 793 bn 

    Food exports

    Food exports, Photo: farmlandgrab.org

    Food exports in 2010 are expected to rise 7.5% or worth 793 billion THB following an increase in prices of agricultural products such as rice, fruits and sea food.

    Acting Director of the National Food Institute (NFI), Amorn Ngammongkonrat forecasts Thai foods export value in 2010 at 793 billion THB, an increase of 7.5% from last year in line with the improvement in the economy and the rise of agricultural product prices. Major export products include rice, poultry, processed Tuna fish, sugar, processed fruits, cassava and related products. However, shrimp and fresh and dry fruit exports are likely to decrease at 0.8% and 11.4% respectively. (More …)

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  • Tom 8:23 am on September 3, 2009 Permalink
    Tags: , , , canals, Cities of Canals, , , , , , Saint Petersburg, , Surawong Road, , Thai food, , , , , , urban, urban life, Venice, Victoria Boychenko   

    Bangkok, Saint Petersburg, Venice – Cities of Canals Art exhibition 

    Cities of Canals exhibition

    A life living near water never fails to portray a richness in culture and tradition. An art exhibition called “Bangkok, Saint Petersburg, Venice – Cities of Canals” by a Bangkok-based Russian artist is now on in the Thai capital, in which life along canals is presented in a figurative form of art.

    Captivated by landscape, light and the history of each city, Victoria Boychenko expresses her appreciation of each city’s elements in an exhibit featuring paintings which reflect urban life along the water. (More …)

     
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