• bkk-christmastree
    11
    Dec

    It’s The Festive Season Again; No Shortage Of Entertainment In Bangkok

    It’s Christmas time again and in Bangkok the festive spirits are in full bloom. I have a lot to be grateful for this year and this Christmas is indeed going to be a remarkable one. We don’t get any snow here per se, but Christmas tunes are blasting every corner you turn in the city, and […]

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  • klia2
    10
    Dec

    KLIA2 Revamped, and Looking Rather Impressive. Other LCC Airports To Follow Suit

    I flew over to Kuala Lumpur today for lunch and a little shopping. I have yet to put together my visa dossiers and am in no particular rush to do so, and as a result have to make frequent and meaningless trips outside the country. I must say it is rather troublesome, but a temporary […]

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  • mia-ball
    08
    Dec

    New Ideas And Chaos In The Crypto World

    IPGP and PYPL. Those are my 2 top picks on this dip and they are unquestionably destined for higher prices. PYPL has the stability of MA and V, while sporting high growth tech stock-like returns, making it a favorite. IPGP is one of the drivers in the next phase of the tech revolution, much like OLED and […]

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  • suit_select_store_interior1
    06
    Dec

    Tailor Made Suits In Thailand And The Importance Of Dressing Like A Gentleman

    If you walk around anywhere near Sukhumvit Road, or even anywhere in Bangkok for that matter, you will notice an unusually high number of tailor shops filled with Nepalese or Indian gentlemen all ardently trying to fix you a suit. Finding a credible source of information concerning these shops, however, is almost impossible, since there are far […]

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  • pearlqatar
    04
    Dec

    The South East Asian Probiotics Market Is On The Cusp Of Breaking The Fuck Higher

    This is already a developed market in Europe, Japan, China, India, and North America worth $40+ billion. The exact market size is irrelevant but just know it is gargantuan. In South East Asia, surprisingly, it has only started developing. The market size is still small and not many are interested in investing in this space. […]

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  • mt-office
    01
    Dec

    Partys Over. Time To Leave These Suckers Behind

    We all have a tendency to take the path of least resistance – the quickest path to living a lavish, hedonistic life while putting in as little effort as possible. For some people this is their sole purpose. Their dilatoriness invariably takes over, and their goals are traded away for shortcuts and some near sighted […]

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  • sappor-factory
    30
    Nov

    On Outsourcing To OEMs, And Dealing With The FDA

    More often than not, it is not feasible to build your own factory especially if your volume is not large. A lot of times, we have ideas and want to test the market, but first need to have those ideas built into reality. In most cases, it doesn’t make sense investing time and money to set […]

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  • Shanghai Stock Exchange
    30
    Nov

    NASDAQ Plunges Lower, Off by 2%

    Normally, I would step in and buy with both hands whatever I can, but I am not a buyer this time round. Markets are headed lower and for one simple reason; it has been far too easy. For the past 2 years+ the trade has been simply to close your eyes and buy any tech/AI related stocks. […]

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  • waterfall
    29
    Nov

    Building A Factory From Scratch In Thailand And The Concept Of Waterfall Engineering

    I’ve been travelling in and out of Bangkok the past few days visiting factories with CJ, my business partner, making preparations for some new pharmaceutical products we intend to launch early next year. Everyone involved with the company now are either pharmacists, doctors, or in pharma sales, except for me with no background in sciences, so the […]

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  • doha
    26
    Nov

    A Portion of What You Earn Is Yours To Keep

    You have expenses every month – rent, mortgages, food, phone bills – why not put yourself up on that list along with them? As a matter of fact, why not make yourself one the biggest recipient of those outgoing remittances, and pay yourself 10% of whatever comes in. The above adage was the attitude of the wealthiest city to ever […]

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