Kaweewit Kaewjinda and Tassanee Vejpongsa, Associated Press Updated 7:19 am PDT, Thursday, May 16, 2019 Thailand's English newspaper The Nation is displayed in a cafe in a hotel in Bangkok, Thailand, Thursday, May 16, 2019. The management of The Nation - founded in 1971 and one of Thailand's two English language dailies _ said that due to falling revenues, the publication of the printed paper edition of the newspaper will cease by the end of June, but it will continue to be published only online. less Thailand's English newspaper The Nation is displayed in a cafe in a hotel in Bangkok, Thailand, Thursday, May 16, 2019. The management of The Nation - founded in 1971 and one of Thailand's two English language ... more Photo: Sakchai Lalit, AP Photo: Sakchai Lalit, AP Image 1 of / 3 Caption … [Read more...] about Thai English-language daily The Nation to end print edition
La Prensa San Diego, the region’s long-standing bilingual newspaper, has not been printed or distributed in recent weeks. Meanwhile, some employees, contributors and vendors have not been paid for work this year, according to three individuals who work or have worked under the publication’s owner and publisher. The individuals requested that their names not be published because they feared they would not be paid. Owner and publisher Art Castañares, who purchased the English- and Spanish-language publication in 2015, acknowledged some parties have not been paid but did not offer an explanation in a series of emails in response to questions from The San Diego Union-Tribune. “All of the outstanding invoices have been reviewed and will be paid with next week’s check run,” he said on Friday. Castañares said La Prensa is contemplating changes to its business model — including switching to a monthly publication — as it plans to expand its … [Read more...] about La Prensa San Diego workers say they’ve gone unpaid; newspaper production spotty
Video PUBLISHED: 14:38 27 March 2019 | UPDATED: 15:13 27 March 2019 Caroline Culot Digby Eddison who now runs Harald's chocolate shop in Cromer. Pic: Archant What happened to ‘Digby’ of ‘Digby’s Fine Chocolates’? This newspaper tracked down the retailer with the sweet tooth, Digby Eddison, to find what he’s doing now. Digby Eddison with his range of traditional sweets at Harald's in Cromer. Pic: Archant.You’ll find Digby Eddison, 55, still selling chocolates and sweet treats but he’s swapped the city for a store by the sea in Cromer. Called Harald’s after a Norwegian friend, this shop on Garden Street has all the familiar chocolates we remember from his Royal Arcade shop including the ever popular violet creams and champagne truffles. MORE: Meet the Boss: The Norfolk firm making ‘better pasta than the Italians’ The ‘theatre’ of a chocolate shop is also still alive too … [Read more...] about Where did ‘Digby’ of Digby’s chocolate shop go? This newspaper tracked down the retailer with the sweet tooth to see what he is doing now.
Inspiring: Teacher Trần Thị Thúy (left) talks with one of her students during an English lesson. — Photo baohungyen.vn Viet Nam News by Mai Khuyên Việt Nam News. baohungyen.com last week that Thúy had passed three rounds of interviews in writing and directly via Skype to receive the award. Thúy still can’t believe how she has overcome hardships to realise her dream. Sunflower Magazine. The then rare bilingual English and Vietnamese newspaper stirred her passion and gave her a glimpse of the world beyond the village. Việt Nam News. Learning rocks: Students enjoying an English class of Thúy. Photo by Thúy Trần Through the English language, she created opportunities to connect with people and ideas far away from the old classrooms her students were sitting in. This meant investing her own money in an internet connection and a computer to get the students … [Read more...] about English teacher makes dream come true
The Nhân Dân (People) newspaper officially debuted its online Spanish-language version at es.nhandan.org.vn and es.nhandan.com.vn in Hà Nội yesterday.— Photo zing.vn HÀ NỘI — The Nhân Dân (People) newspaper officially debuted its online Spanish-language version at es.nhandan.org.vn and es.nhandan.com.vn in Hà Nội yesterday. Speaking at the event, head of the Party Central Committee’s Commission for Information and Education Võ Văn Thưởng said the publication of newswires in Vietnamese, English, Chinese, French, Russian and Spanish languages has proved the creativity and activeness of Nhân Dân newspaper – an organ of the Party Central Committee and mouthpiece of the Party, State and people in external information work. Amid complicated and uncertain regional and global developments, the Spanish language version serves as an important information channel to provide the … [Read more...] about Nhân Dân newspaper launches Spanish site