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The Asian Flush Syndrome: Red-Faced Over Governmental Inaction

Those who experience the Asian Flush syndrome are at a greater risk of developing esophageal cancer, writes David Tan, and governments across Asia need to educate people about this.

Southeast Asia’s Largest Solar Plant: Sunny Bangchak

Southeast Asia's largest solar plant is expected to offset 800,000 tons of carbon over 25 years and contribute to Thailand's renewable energy goals.

Sanofi Pasteur’s Dengue Vaccine Shows Proof Of Efficacy: Study

The results of the world’s first dengue vaccine efficacy study confirm the safety of Sanofi Pasteur’s dengue vaccine against 3 out of 4 dengue virus serotypes.

Orangutan, Asian Rhino On Asian Endangered Species List

The Wildlife Conservation Society has released a list of endangered Asian species that call for immediate government action.

Thai Official In Plagiarism Dispute Found Guilty Of Forgery

A senior Thai official involved in a four-year-old dispute over academic plagiarism has been convicted of forgery by a court in Bangkok.

Rice Prices Forecast To Drop, One Year After Thai PM Pledge

Almost one year after Thailand’s government promised farmers a fixed price for their rice harvests, experts are now forecasting a global price drop.

NIH Scientists Identify New AIDS-Like Disease In Asia

Researchers have identified an AIDS-like condition in Southeast Asia that is caused by an antibody that compromises the immune systems of HIV-negative people.

18-Year-Old Frozen Human Embryos Yield Viable Stem Cells

Thai researchers have demonstrated that embryonic stem cells derived from frozen embryos have a similar ability to differentiate into multiple cell types as do those derived from fresh embryos.

Dengue Vaccine Shows Efficacy In Thai Clinical Trial: Sanofi Pasteur

Sanofi Pasteur announced on Thursday promising efficacy results of its dengue vaccine candidate in an efficacy trial conducted in Thailand.