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19 May 2013 : The recent hacking of the prime minister's website set off alarm bells among the government's security watchdogs, but there are hundreds of well-trained hackers lurking in cyberspace ready to strike ill-prepared local networks.
19 May 2013 : Three years to the day that the events of April and May, 2010 culminated in the red shirt crackdown and the surrender of the United Front for Democracy against Dictatorship's leaders, Thai society remains deeply divided. Some 92 people were killed in the crackdown, from protesters to innocent bystanders, journalists to security personnel.
19 May 2013 : Thousands of red shirts will today converge on Bangkok's Ratchaprasong shopping district to mark the third anniversary of the group's bloody battle to topple Abhisit Vejjajiva's Democrat government.
19 May 2013 : Ask Sreap Samoen where are the communal grazing lands? Where can local villagers fish and grow crops? The 50-year-old woman with a weather-beaten face points into the distance and says: "It's all gone. The company has it now."
19 May 2013 : The condominium market along Bangkok's Sukhumvit Road remains healthy, with a good balance of supply and demand. Within the lengthy strip are two distinct sub-markets and smaller divisions within these, each of which has its own unique characteristics.
19 May 2013 : The array of letters and numbers that comprise the numerous forms of title deeds in Thailand can be bewildering, and the differences between them can be subtle and confusing.
12 May 2013 : Hurling rocks at moving cars might not seem like the best way to win friends and influence people, but for 13-year-old Boy, it was the only way he knew to fit in.
12 May 2013 : The curious case of Nepalese woman Nirmala Oli began with an email to the Bangkok Post from a desperate father who alleged his daughter had been falsely accused of stealing a US$700 (20,500 baht) bottle of perfume from a duty free shop at Suvarnabhumi Airport.
12 May 2013 : Is the expat investor really better off today when it comes to protection than in the "good old days", when markets seemingly were simpler to understand and regulate? Is an all-encompassing regulatory framework for the financial markets even feasible? Where is the sensible middle ground between intrusive rules and the uncontrolled elements of financial services "cowboys" and consumer internet "experts"?
12 May 2013 : In recent weeks we have discussed some of the fundamentals of condominium law. Today, we begin a series of articles designed to explain the land classification and title system that provides the foundation for land (and condominium) ownership and leasing.
05 May 2013 : In early March, Kaeng Krachan National Park chief Chaiwat Limlikhit-aksorn was outraged to learn of another elephant killing in the area he oversees. A female elephant about 15 years old was discovered close to Krarang 3 Reservoir shot in the head and brutally axed, milk still flowing from her breast. Investigators reasoned that the elephant had a baby with her at the time of the killing.
05 May 2013 : Hidden in the clouds on a mountain overlooking the provincial capital of Kampot in Cambodia's south sits a relic of a long-gone French colonial era. For decades a Catholic church, possibly the oldest in the country, remained abandoned here as wars were waged for decades on the flat lands below.