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About marriage & trains Tokyo train wedding: One lucky couple
19 Jun 2013 : Wedding on busy commuter train as it speeds around Tokyo delivering commuters awaits one lucky couple. Exclusive use of 11-car train with capacity of 1000 plus.
From our student reportersThe mobile Bangkok Post
19 Jun 2013 : Our interns made a visit to the Post Digital Department to take a look at the designs for the upcoming Bangkok Post mobile app.
27 Dec 2010 : The beautiful photos of this majestic bird may lure you to forest or nearest zoo in search of its rare beauty.
27 Dec 2010 : Just when Map Ta Phut pollution seems to spell the end of heavy industry in Thailand, environmentally friendly bioplastics may resuscitate the industry.
Words in the news
27 Dec 2010 : a long narrow open channel dug into the ground usually at the side of a road or field, which is used especially for supplying or removing water, or for dividing land คูน้ำ
Vocabulary by topic
27 Dec 2010 : The ongoing political conflict has been a daily topic in the Bangkok Post for the past several years and there is a whole set of vocabulary that we have seen again and again.
Fun with the comics
25 Dec 2010 : For the past several weeks, Christmas has been a regular topic in the Bangkok post’s comics section. Here are some amusing examples.
24 Dec 2010 : Perhaps the most dynamic and cosmopolitan city in Asia, proper planning could put Bangkok on the fast track for becoming Asia's fashion center.
24 Dec 2010 : A chance encounter with a friendly old man sitting at the entrance to his small home while walking on the Thonburi side of the Chao Phraya is not in any of the guidebooks.
Easy English news
24 Dec 2010 : With only a few months left until Lhinping turns two, Thailand still does not have an agreement with the Chinese to keep the panda cub in Chiang Mai.
Words in the news
24 Dec 2010 : a strong personal quality that makes other people like them and be attracted to them ที่มีเสน่ห์ดึงดูด
23 Dec 2010 : If your parents are not rich or politically influential, educational opportunities may be limited. Finely tuned rules may put an end to this practice.