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  1. A dress divides the world: What colours are they, anyway? (UPDATED)

    Social media news

    A dress divides the world: What colours are they, anyway? (UPDATED)

    28 Feb 2015 : The world is at war today in the social media and the issue is the colours in this dress. What colours are they, anyway? (Update) We now know the actual colours in the real dress, but scientists are also explaining why we see the colours in the photo so differently.

  2. What's new in business news: February 27, 2015

    About business

    What's new in business news: February 27, 2015

    27 Feb 2015 : Siam Commercial Bank settles embezzlement case giving university 1.5 billion baht, Thai Airways suffers huge loss & net neutrality wins in US with ban on two-speed Internet.

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  1. Social media in the news

    "No Japanese passengers"; Bangkok taxis react to FB complaint (updated)

    21 Jan 2015 : Some Bangkok taxi drivers are apparently refusing to take Japanese passengers in reaction to the banning of an airport taxi driver at the centre of a Japanese man’s viral Facebook complaint. The taxi drivers' association denies any involvement, however.

  2. Hold on tight

    Really easy English news

    Hold on tight

    21 Jan 2015 : One of the first things this one-day-old common squirrel monkey at the Chiang Mai zoo is learning is to hold on tightly to its mother.

  3. Yingluck to face criminal charge (maybe) as well as impeachment (updated)

    General news

    Yingluck to face criminal charge (maybe) as well as impeachment (updated)

    21 Jan 2015 : Former prime minister Yingluck Shinawatra now faces not only a possible political ban over the rice-pledging scheme, but a criminal charge brought by the NACC and OAG as well. But maybe not. On Wednesday, the deputy attorney general said nothing has been decided yet.

  4. Bangkok's ugly wires may go underground (photos)

    About city planning

    Bangkok's ugly wires may go underground (photos)

    20 Jan 2015 : Putting electricity wires underground would improve beauty of city & prevent collapse of concrete poles carrying too much weight, but would cost tens of billion of baht.

  5. What's new in business news: January 20, 2015

    About business

    What's new in business news: January 20, 2015

    20 Jan 2015 : Thai rice exports to dominate global rice exports this year, oil palm import to relieve shortage angers farmers who threaten protest & Special Economic Zone (SEZ) project speeds up.

  6. Chiang Rai, an unforgettable time-lapse view

    Chiang Rai time-lapse

    Chiang Rai, an unforgettable time-lapse view

    20 Jan 2015 : Time-lapse photographer Saengthit Kamlangchai has just posted his latest film, this time from a wide variety of locations in Chiang Rai province. As usual, he has given us a description of how he made his film. Personally, I think it is his best one yet.

  7. Rogue cops linked to Korean kidnapping case

    About crime

    Rogue cops linked to Korean kidnapping case

    19 Jan 2015 : When police busted a South Korean gambling gang last week, other police were apparently working with international gangs in the kidnapping of three South Koreans.

  8. What's new in business news: January 19, 2015

    About business

    What's new in business news: January 19, 2015

    19 Jan 2015 : 13,000 tonnes of tapioca disappeared from warehouse, crowdfunding set to take off in Thailand & more Thai investors turn to online trading.

  9. Orange Line's route changes to save costs

    Transportation news

    Orange Line's route changes to save costs

    19 Jan 2015 : The MRTA's Orange Line (South), Taling Chan-Thailand Cultural Centre, will be constructed along Rama IX Road instead of Pracha Songkhro Road, avoiding conflicts with residents and saving up to 3.6 billion baht in additional costs.

  10. Six million turn out for Pope in Manila

    International news

    Six million turn out for Pope in Manila

    19 Jan 2015 : Pope Francis drew a record six million people as he celebrated mass in the rain-swept Philippine capital Sunday, a triumphant finale to an Asian tour in which he championed the plight of the poor.

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