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General newsChai explains "evil woman" Facebook posting
19 May 2013 : An excerpt from a long interview with political cartoonist Chai Rachawat who is being sued by the prime minister for a Facebook comment calling her an evil woman.
About medicine Research breakthrough: Stem cells from human skin cells
17 May 2013 : No embryos destroyed so no ethical problems, from same person so no transplant rejection. Cure for spinal injuries, blindness & other diseases draw nearer.
21 Sep 2010 : Recently, Dhurakij Pundit University (DPU), in collaboration with the Association of Social Studies Teachers of Thailand (ASSTT), hosted a conference under the topic "Roles of Social Studies Teachers in the Production of Good Citizens". Hundreds of academics attended the event, at which Prime Minister Abhisit Vejjajiva delivered the keynote speech.
21 Sep 2010 : Earlier this month, Her Royal Highness Princess Maha Chakri Sirindhorn presided over the ceremony to commemorate the 51st anniversary of the Asian Institute of Technology (AIT).
21 Sep 2010 : While teachers should not be a slave to a textbook, meaning that it is okay to skip some parts in a lesson they feel are not needed, are too easy or too difficult, or are just something they do not like, there is still a strong need to follow the book from unit to unit.
21 Sep 2010 : According to a Durex poll released last year, 79 percent of the respondents, who were young Thais, disclosed that they could not find places where they could seek advice on sexual issues.
21 Sep 2010 : It is true that technology helps learning as long as those who are using the technology understand how it is to be implemented in the classroom.
21 Sep 2010 : Recently, at the FedEx Express/Junior Achievement International Trade Challenge 2010 (ITC 2010) regional finals in Singapore, a pair of Thai students took first prize with their unique "vuvuseika".
21 Sep 2010 : A wise old saying goes, "Don't expect clean water from a well that has just been dug. It takes time for the dirt to settle before one can enjoy the freshness of clean water."
21 Sep 2010 : A group of 96 Australian Year-9 students from Firbank Grammar School in Melbourne took part in an experiential learning programme in Thailand from July 25 to Aug 13.
21 Sep 2010 : As previously discussed, apostrophes are not only used to show possession, but are also used in contractions. In a contraction, two words are combined, leaving out some letters and replacing them with an apostrophe. Contractions are most commonly used when speaking and in informal writing, though they are less common in academic writing. To use an apostrophe to create a contraction, place the apostrophe where the omitted letter(s) would go. Here are some examples:
21 Sep 2010 : There are some staggeringly old living things on earth. This article will explore these organisms, although the definition of "oldest" can vary according to how you look at it.