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A Buddhist monk at Wat Sam Phraya Worawiharn in Bangkok's Phra Nakhon district receives a chest X-ray from a mobile healthcare unit. City Hall has initiated a campaign to prevent the spread of tuberculosis in temples and nearby communities during the three months of Buddhist Lent, when monks are required to stay in temples together coinciding with the rainy season. Photo by Apichart Jinakul.


A man parks his bicycle in front of billboards put up by Woeng Nakhon Khasem residents protesting against the auctioning of the area to a property developer. One of the billboards reads "Save the cultural diversity, save the charm of Woeng Nakhon Khasem". Photo by Apichart Jinakul.


A boy takes a closer look at a giant globe displayed at the National Science and Technology Fair 2011 at Bitec Bang Na. Photo by Thiti Wannamontha.


Policemen turn heads as they ride on horseback during a patrol of Railway Park in Chatuchak district of Bangkok. The rare sight of mounted officers is due to a new operation initiated following complaints of theft and drug peddling at the park. Photo by Thiti Wannamontha.


A red-shirt clad in a crab costume is among government supporters who converged outside parliament to give moral support to Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra, whose nickname is Pou (crab). Photo by Pattanapong Hirunard.


Chalerm Wimoonchart cuts a customer's hair at his flooded barber shop in Ayutthaya's Phong Pheng district. Ayutthaya is one of 14 provinces hit by flooding, though the rains which brought the floods are now easing. Photo by Pattanapong Hirunard.

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  • Published: 26 Aug 2011
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