Exactly - the education system is often biased itself with many teachers 'preaching' their own beliefs (both sides do it), and they dont teach kids how to analyse and question what is being said in the media. The ability to impartially reason and rationalise, has been removed in favour of diversity and inclusiveness. IMO politics should be banned in schools - all schools - because all people are biased, and teachers included.
This decision must have been part of the "Amazing Thailand" ad campaign. Look, the Thai government is looking for HiSo long stay retirees, who they figure can afford the cost.
The starting cost for these plans assume you've never had any issues -- not as much as a sneeze. Someone with hypertension or cardiac history, or heaven forbid cancer in remission need not apply.
In light of the recent cyber fraud incident, in which 40,000 people were victimised in Thailand, a cybersecurity expert is emphasizing the need for digital literacy. Prinya Hom-anek, president of the ACIS Professional Centre, an IT security consulting service, says bank card holders are the most vulnerable in the payment ecosystem. This vulnerability sees criminals targetting the group first, as many still aren’t aware that debit and credit cards can be used to make online purchases. Such digital literacy includes receiving and monitoring SMS notifications when a transaction is made on one’s account, as the recent incident saw criminals succeed […]
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