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  2. F4 Thailand: Boys Over Flowers - Wikipedia

    F4 Thailand: Boys Over Flowers ( Thai: F4 Thailand : หัวใจรักสี่ดวงดาว BOYS OVER FLOWERS; RTGS : Hua Jai Ruk See Duang Dao) is a Thai television series starring Tontawan Tantivejakul (Tu), Vachirawit Chivaaree (Bright), Jirawat Sutivanichsak (Dew), Metawin Opas-iamkajorn (Win) and Hirunkit Changkham (Nani).

  3. Jakkaphong Jakrajutatip - Wikipedia

    JKN Global Group, originally called the “Jakkaphong Network”, a media conglomerate company based in Bangkok, Thailand. Jakkaphong Jakrajutatip was born in a Thai—Chinese family in Thailand. She is eldest child of Mr. Ashira Suthisataporn and Mrs. Ampai Jakrajutatip. Her parents ran a video rental store and encouraged her to learn English. [3]

  4. Thai Public Broadcasting Service - Wikipedia

    TPBS operates Thai PBS (ไทยพีบีเอส), which was formerly known as iTV, TITV and TV Thai television station, respectively. Thai PBS is a public television station broadcasting on UHF Channel 29. The station broadcasts on a frequency formerly held by the privately run channel, iTV.

  5. Thai television soap opera - Wikipedia

    Thai television soap opera. Lakorn is a popular genre of fiction in Thai television. They are known in Thai as ละครโทรทัศน์ ( RTGS : lakhon thorathat, lit. "television drama") or ละคร ( lakhon, pronounced [la.kʰɔːn], or lakorn ). They are shown generally at prime-time on Thai television channels, starting ...

  6. Engfa Waraha - Wikipedia

    "Pearl"), is a Thai singer and beauty queen from Bangkok province. [2] [3] [4] She was previously known for her first appearance on the seventh season of the Voice Thailand [2] [5] [6] In 2022, she won the national contest of Miss Grand Thailand 2022 as the representative of the capital city Bangkok ,.

  7. Victoria Lee - Wikipedia

    Victoria Sun-hei Lee [16] was born in Wahiawa, Hawaii, [17] on May 17, 2004, [18] the daughter of Korean-Canadian mother Jewelz Lee and Chinese-Singaporean father Ken Lee. [19] [20] She was the younger sister of fellow MMA fighters Angela Lee [21] and Christian Lee.

  8. List of largest companies in Thailand - Wikipedia

    This list displays all Thai companies in the Fortune Global 500, which ranks the world's largest companies by annual revenue. The figures below are given in millions of US dollars and are for the fiscal year 2019. [1] Also listed are the headquarters location, net profit, number of employees worldwide and industry sector of each company.

  9. HTMS Sukhothai - Wikipedia

    On 18 December 2022 in the Gulf of Thailand, high winds and strong waves caused seawater to flow into the warship; this flooding caused the engines to fail, and the pumps also became unusable. Sukhothai continued to take on water until eventually sinking overnight. As of 13 January 2023, the Royal Thai Navy had rescued 76 sailors and found 24 dead.