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61. learning | 26 Apr 2012
» Witnessing a traffic accident caused Bangkok Post feature writer Napamon Roongwitoo to start thinking seriously about Bangkok traffic and those who are supposed to keep it safe.
62. learning | 23 Jun 2011
Easy English news
» Kylie Minogue, the extremely popular Australian pop singer, songwriter, and actress, is coming to Bangkok this Saturday and she talked to the Bangkok Post about what to expect.
63. learning | 27 May 2011
» Bangkok Post film reviewer Kong Rithee says Hangover II is one of the worst sequels he's ever seen, but it's set in Thailand and is drawing big crowds.
64. learning | 25 Oct 2012
People in the news
» Today’s Life section has a long story on famed transgender tutor Kijmanoch ‘Kru Lilly’ Rojanasupya. This excerpt will get you started.
65. learning | 11 Apr 2010
» This is part two of an exciting story which started last week on this very page. Normally I have no time for readers who miss a week of this column, but if for some unfathomable reason you did, here is a brief synopsis:
66. learning | 26 Jan 2010
Teaching with HEART
» Humans naturally crave compliments. No one likes it when others pass nasty remarks about him or her. On the most miserable day, one yearns to hear a friendly remark. Words are a powerful tool that teachers should use to ...
67. learning | 30 Nov 2010
» In discussing the personal relationship between a teacher and students, insight into classroom dynamics can offer clues to how teachers can best create a positive, and therefore beneficial, learning environment since the...
68. learning | 05 Nov 2012
Learning Thai from Post Today
» Here is a follow-up story on the Yingluck 3 cabinet. You are likely to see a very similar story some time in the future, probably within a year or so.
69. learning | 21 Aug 2011
Especially for kids
» Here's an easy, EASY story for kids about yesterdays' Thai women's volleyball match against Cuba.
70. learning | 26 Jan 2011
For our global reporters
» Italian student Stefania Pittia continues her story of her Thai experience with interesting observations on the local culture and a term at a Bangkok university.