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1. lifestyle | 17 Apr 2013
» When Blake Dinkin first developed Black Ivory Coffee, he thought it was going to be as simple as feeding coffee cherries to elephants, allowing them to be digested and excreted, and the outcome would be even better coffe...
2. lifestyle | 11 May 2013
Newspaper section: Muse
» This black and white coffee table paperback with its own case makes no attempt to conceal its purpose: It's a visual presentation of Chanel's "little black jacket", a further development from Chanel's iconic ...
3. learning | 27 Aug 2012
Easy English news
» Starbucks at Megabangna has furniture made out of the coffee grounds that would normally be thrown away. Coffee grounds have many other potential uses as well.
4. learning | 21 Apr 2011
About food and beverages
» An expensive and exotic luxury coffee has its unlikely origins in the nether regions of one of the most cute and furry creatures of Southeast Asia, the civet.
5. learning | 04 Mar 2013
About crime & elephants
» Registration of Thai elephants with micro ID chip under skin, cheap way to save lives of elephants & beat corrupt ivory traders at their game.
6. learning | 29 Nov 2012
» In the future Thailand needs premium coffee with unique flavour & aroma because global market prices & profits often low.
7. learning | 28 Feb 2013
» The World Wildlife Fund (WWF) has gathered 500,000 signatures to back its latest demand for the government to take tougher action on the ivory trade.
8. learning | 17 Dec 2012
» After elephant's tusk cut for its 1 million baht in ivory by illegal ivory traders, wound became swollen & infected. Elephant hovers near death.
9. news | 26 Mar 2013
» Can't afford coffee? No matter. In Bulgaria, an old Italian tradition that sees good souls buying hot drinks for those who struggle to make ends meet has taken hold after weeks of tensions over deepening poverty.
10. business | 14 May 2013
» The king of coffee, Starbucks, has set its sights on boosting its footprint in traditional tea-drinking countries such as India and China where coffee consumption is relatively low but has huge potential for growth.