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About exports Thai factories moving to Myanmar
20 May 2013 : For years Europe stopped textile & garment exports from Myanmar. Now with democratic change, Europe will give Myanmar textiles a tariff advantage.
About banking Rising baht: Dollar borrowing by Thai banks
20 May 2013 : Interest rates lower in other countries, so Thai banks borrow there in dollars causing baht to rise in value making Thai exports less competitive.
07 Sep 2010 : When does "education" start? Although formal schooling usually starts at the age of six, learning begins at birth.
07 Sep 2010 : Making sure that students assimilate what they are taught is a major task of teachers.
07 Sep 2010 : The United Nations (UN) defines youths as people aged from 15 to 24. This age group consists of 1.2 billion people, or 18 percent of the world's population. Of this number, 700 million live in the Asia-Pacific region.
07 Sep 2010 : Heat transfer is a common physical phenomenon, and the transfer of heat affects our lives dramatically. However, the science of heat transfer is a bit challenging and the applicable language can be confusing.
07 Sep 2010 : Educators often see misplaced apostrophes in students' writing, and students often hesitantly add them, relying on chance rather than knowledge. Let's add some clarity to the apostrophe misunderstanding!
05 Sep 2010 : The Easter Bunny has been hopping up and down Bangkok's expressways this week. No, I haven't been partaking of any illegal substances other than that bottle of Australian Shiraz I smuggled into the country without paying extra sales tax. What could the Easter Bunny possibly have in common with the tangled web of tang-duans that strangle my beloved Bangkok?
31 Aug 2010 : When she announced that she loved children on the way to winning the Miss Thailand crown, 1988 Miss Universe Porntip Nakhirunkanok Simon wasn't joking.
29 Aug 2010 : If you're on your way to make your first alcohol purchase of the day, alas, it's another dry day in the City of Angels. That's because there's an election today for the Bangkok Metropolitan Administration, or city council. In order to elect the highest calibre of politician, as usual there is an alcohol ban and if sobriety is indeed the reason we have these elected MPs, then I say let the Chang flow from my kitchen taps immediately.
24 Aug 2010 : At Suvarnabhumi airport one late afternoon last month, throngs of teachers, students, parents and journalists were waiting for the arrival of the five Thai gold medallists who were returning from the International Physics Olympiad (Ipho) in Croatia. The champions were greeted by Deputy Education Minister Chaiyos Jiramethakorn, photo sessions and banners welcoming the triumphant students.
In My OPINION
24 Aug 2010 : Exchanging experiences is one way for like-minded organisations to solve common difficulties. A recent seminar by Khon Kaen University International College (KKUIC) highlighted the many troubles facing schools running English and mini-English programmes (EP and MEP).