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1. learning | 12 Feb 2013
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» A cross-cultural "Thai Love Song", featuring Malaysian singer Namewee, Thai locations and three regional languages is on its way to becoming Asean's first big hit with over 450,000 views on youtube in its first five...
2. learning | 23 Jun 2014
» The YouTube Thai-language "lullaby to elephant" now has more than 1.4 million views, but how many viewers know what the song is about? Here it is in both Thai and English.
3. learning | 09 Apr 2014
About entertainment & technology
» Over 100 million views on YouTube for Thai country song "My heart for your phone number" by singer Ying Lee Sijumpol, setting new record.
4. learning | 25 Dec 2012
» In the West, homes as well as shopping malls are now decorated with colourful lights. Some home displays are even set to music. Here are two amazing examples, one with a traditional Christmas song, the other with a pop s...
5. lifestyle | 17 Dec 2014
HOLIDAY TIME: Wining & Dining
Newspaper section: Life
» It’s no accident that Italian is one of the most popular western cuisines among Thai diners in Bangkok. There’s the obvious similarity between noodles and pasta, of course, but also rich culinary heritage and a love of f...
6. lifestyle | 03 Dec 2014
» Some animals are considered man's best friend, and we love them as long as they don't become a burden. When love fizzles out, as all love does, those once cute pets or loyal beasts can be subject to mistreatmen
7. learning | 23 Aug 2012
» She nursed the Japanese soldier back to health & they fell in love, a son was born. Their love grew in fame & the emperor of Japan even sent a special gift to honour her.
8. news | 11 Dec 2014
» A romantic comedy, "I Fine, Thank You, Love You", the latest film from GTH, grossed 29.17 million baht in ticket sales on its opening day - the second-highest ever for a Thai movie.
9. news | 09 Jan 2015
» TOKYO - An 88-year-old Japanese man convicted of poisoning five women to rid himself of an unwanted love triangle was Friday denied a retrial and ordered to remain on death row.
10. news | 09 Jan 2015
» An 88-year-old Japanese man convicted 42 years ago of poisoning five women to rid himself of an unwanted love triangle was Friday denied a retrial and ordered to remain on death row.