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31. learning | 07 Sep 2010
» The Regent's School (RS) will celebrate its 15th anniversary of being a holistic education provider by hosting the "Round Square International Conference 2010" (RSIC 2010) under the theme of "We Walk Together" at its...
32. learning | 15 Dec 2011
» Bangkok Post travel editor Pongpet Mekloy takes us on a night bicycle ride through a cool and scenic Bangkok – the perfect time of year to get out and about.
33. news | 16 May 2013
» The fares for non-air conditioned buses operating in Greater Bangkok during the late hours will remain unchanged, the Bangkok Mass Transit Authority (BMTA) said on Thursday.
34. learning | 06 Apr 2010
» Last month, the Asia-Pacific Quality Network (APQN), in collaboration with the Office for National Education Standards and Quality Assessment (Onesqa), the Office of the Higher Education Commission (Ohec) and the Southea...
35. learning | 25 Jan 2011
» A thwarted bomb attempt leads off a day when protestors of various colours and beliefs take to the streets.
36. learning | 23 Nov 2010
» The PAD has promised to obey the rules as it protests parliament's attempt to amend the 2007 constitution
37. learning | 20 May 2012
» You can read the Bangkok Post is a book designed for people who want to improve their English to a very high level – good enough to be able to read the Bangkok Post newspaper easily without frequent use of the dictionary...
38. learning | 08 Nov 2012
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» Limited office space & rising rents in central Bangkok has led to office building boom in north Bangkok.
39. learning | 30 Apr 2013
» The route of the proposed Bangkok F1 Grand Prix event would go through the heart of historical Bangkok, giving viewers the chance to see famous landmarks such as the Grand Palace, Victory Monument and Temple of Dawn. Map...
40. learning | 23 Feb 2012
Easy English news
» Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra and her cabinet have been able to go about their work without worrying about mass protests, but, as the constitutional amendment process begins, that is likely to change.