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Thailand has taken the next step in the 5G scene by joining hands with Huawei Technologies, although the Chinese tech giant remains on the blacklist of the US government’s cyber-security list. Last year, Huawei Thailand CEO Abel Deng was seen attending the inauguration event of Siriraj World Class 5G Smart Hospital with PM Prayut Chan-o-cha, a month after the prime minister held a virtual meeting with the company’s founder Ren Zhengfei to strengthen the cooperation between Thailand and Huawei, which has sparked many disputes among experts. After the meeting, Prayut said… “Huawei has provided profound contributions to Thailand’s fight against […]

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"Since the pandemic took place, the kingdom has earned more credits from China than the US, as the mainland was quick to deliver its Sinovac and Sinopharm vaccines to Thailand, whilst the US’s Pfizer and Moderna vaccines took a while."  

Seriously you couldnt make that up. We are genuinely grateful the country which gave us covid in the first place was first in line to sell us a useless vaccine at inflated prices while the rest of the world took too long to give us free stuff that actually works.

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2 hours ago, Poolie said:

Why? Show us your evidence and not just hearsay.

Deep cultural and historic indoctrination of the Yellow Peril thing. 

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