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Consumers in India are most likely to spend time reading, at an average of 10.7 hours per week, followed by consumers in Thailand and China (at 9.4 hours and 8 hours per week respectively). At 3.1, 4.1 and 5 hours respectively, individuals in Korea, Japan and Taiwan fall to the bottom of the reading list.
This map shows the average weekly hours consumers report spending on computers/theInternet. Consumers in Taiwan report the most computer/Internet time, averaging 12.6 hours a week for non-work related purposes, followed by consumers in Thailand
This map shows the average weekly hours consumers report spending watching television. Consumers in Thailand report the most time each week in front of the television at 22.4 hours per week, followed closely by the Philippines at 21.0,
The seminar was organised by the NGO Coordinating Committee on Development-North (NGO-COD), a organisation which provides a coordinating platform for NGOs in northern Thailand. It was scheduled on Friday at the Northern Development Foundation (NDF).
The seminar was planned to be led by Bamrung Kayotha, a well known community rights and agrarian activist.
The military forced a public seminar on martial law in northern Thailand to be cancelled due to its sensitive political contents. The military officers of the 33rd Army in the northern province of Chiang Mai on Wednesday contacted the organizers of the public seminar entitled “Directions of ...