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1. lifestyle | 30 Jan 2015
Newspaper section: Life
» On a recent Saturday in Ratchaburi, children and adults met to decorate a drab community wall with coloured tiles.
2. opinion | 30 Jan 2015
» 'Kankluay", a pet dog belonging to Saiyon and Jomsri Khamphukaew in the northeastern province of Nong Khai, is the first animal in Thailand to benefit from the newly enacted Prevention of Animal Cruelty and Provisio...
3. lifestyle | 30 Jan 2015
» From the emotional quicksand of Hokkaido men to a display of high school angst and quirks, the Japanese Film Festival 2015 brings the taste of cinematic Japan to town. The 10-day festival begins tonight and continues unt...
4. lifestyle | 30 Jan 2015
Newspaper section: Life
» Marching in to add an Italian culinary essence to Bangkok's dining scene this month is two Michelin star chef Enrico Bartolini from Devero, at the Devero Hotel in Cavenago di Brianza near Milan. The talented young c...
5. lifestyle | 30 Jan 2015
» The long-established Nippon Kai restaurant brand's new branch, which opened a few weeks ago at the 9:53 community plaza on Sukhumvit Soi 53, has relentlessly drawn a crowd since opening its doors.
6. lifestyle | 30 Jan 2015
» Thank God this eatery from Singapore arrived long after I graduated from the gates of Chamchuri. Located in an attractive, garden-themed, open-air mall called I'm Park, it's just a few steps away from Chulalong...
7. opinion | 29 Jan 2015
» The manhunt for a serial rapist made front page news this week. Police on Monday arrested a suspect they believe has attacked 12 mainly elderly victims, two of whom were murdered. The ordeal has raised questions as to wh...
8. travel | 29 Jan 2015
» The Children's Discovery Museum in Chatuchak district, Bangkok, is worth visits by both children and grown-ups due to fun interactive learning and state-of-the-art presentation. This attraction was reopened on Natio...
9. travel | 29 Jan 2015
» A giant panda is tearing up bamboo and chewing its lunch, ignoring hundreds of pupils staring at its dining place and manners. Another group of visitors cheers as a teen giant panda climbs a tree. Behind the wall, a gian...
10. travel | 29 Jan 2015
» Hardy cyclists have no problem riding hundreds of kilometres to their holiday destinations. But for most of us, spending days spinning the cranks on scorching highways full of manic motorists does not sound like fun. Wit...