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  • SUPPLEMENTS ONLINEThai Society for the prevention of cruelty to animals (TSPCA)

    30 Jan 2015 : This is one of our special publications which you can view in high definition PDF format.

  • GURU COVER STORYEasy rider

    30 Jan 2015 : Without a doubt, Bangkok is one of the world’s most frustrating cities in which to cycle. We’ve got big buses swooping left to right, motorcycles whizzing past and drivers who act like they’ve never before seen a non-motorised vehicle.

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  • The true economies of travel

    20 Jan 2015 : The dramatic drop in oil prices. The democracy of flying. The VIP buses and their large networks. The odd idea about imposing minimum prices on low-cost airlines.

  • True essence of Islam

    20 Jan 2015 : On a recent afternoon it was business as usual at Haroon Mosque, a 150-year-old Muslim enclave neighboured by a Buddhist temple, Catholic church and the gleaming new French embassy. Residents went about their daily chores before the call for afternoon prayers sounded from the mosque. Savouring the centuries-old community's laid-back feeling were a couple of European tourists who wandered around with their cameras.  

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    Getting to know holistic medicine

    20 Jan 2015 : Holistic medicine, in short, means taking into account all aspects of health — the body, mind and emotions, to ensure optimal health and balance. We can only be healthy when every aspect of our life is balanced. Diseases, whether of the body or the mind, are often caused by imbalance.

  • History or sci-fi?

    19 Jan 2015 : Historians and historical novelists have their favourite periods. Ancient Rome, the Crusades, the Tudors for some. Early Christianity, the Mongol conquests, the Napoleonic wars for others. Imperialism, exploration, World War II for others still. British author David Gibbins, for one, has turned his attention to Atlantis. Troy, the Old Testament.

  • Casting off the evils of apartheid

    19 Jan 2015 : The story of Zelda la Grange, Nelson Mandela's personal secretary, is about personal growth and social change. Her story begins with institutionalised racism.

  • Skinheads gather in anti-racism event

    18 Jan 2015 : KUALA LUMPUR - Asian "skinheads" converged on Malaysia's capital Kuala Lumpur over the weekend for two days of full-throated live music performances -- but with a message far different from that often associated with their Western cousins.

  • The never-ending story

    18 Jan 2015 : The drive from Bangkok to the farm where my family does most of our gardening takes almost the whole day. Usually arriving there at night, I don’t get to see our plants until the following morning. As soon as I wake up, it has become my habit to don my gumboots and make a tour of the farm to check out how big the trees had grown during our absence.

  • Freinds in need

    18 Jan 2015 : Joey is one of the pit bulls abandoned at the shelter. Almost all pit bulls are very friendly to people but not with other dogs. They have to be the only dog in the house. They could be a very good companion and guard dog.

  • An eye-opening experience

    18 Jan 2015 : It was definitely a younger generation of socialites that made up the guests at the dinner hosted by La Mer Thailand to introduce the company's latest product: The Illumination Eye Gel.

  • BRUNCH COVER STORY

    A master and his music

    18 Jan 2015 : Turn the radio on and the chances are you will hear one of Nitipong “Dee” Honark’s songs. For the past three decades, it has been his lyrics that have influenced Thai popular music.

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