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1. business | 03 Jan 2015
» O Shopping Channel, the TV home shopping venture between GMM Grammy Plc and South Korea's CJ O Shopping Co, expects 2015 revenue to grow by 50% to 1.5 billion baht thanks to increased acceptance among Thai consumers
2. 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...
3. learning | 25 Mar 2013
» Korean tourists spend a lot of money in Thailand & the biggest money makers are golf, shopping & honeymoons. shopping & honeymoons
4. learning | 25 Dec 2011
» One festive symbol everyone seems to love is the Christmas tree and sales of the artificial type are soaring here in Thailand.
5. news | 27 Feb 2015
» BELFAST (UNITED KINGDOM) - FIFA leader Sepp Blatter said Friday that the 2022 World Cup final would not be held two days before Christmas but also ruled out paying compensation to European clubs for the winter tournament...
6. news | 08 Jan 2015
» BANDAR SERI BEGAWAN — Brunei recently banned Christmas decorations in public areas in the oil-rich kingdom as part of the Islamic legal and moral code implemented in May last year, according to the country's religio...
7. multimedia | 08 Jan 2015
» In the East and West of Ukraine prayers for peace as a Donestsk resident says she hopes "that we hear each other" as the country celebrates Orthodox Christmas. Deborah Lutterbeck reports. - REUTERS
8. learning | 24 Dec 2014
» On Christmas 1914 during World War I in which 16 million people would die, two enemy sides stopped fighting for one day, chatted & played football, or so the legend goes.
9. learning | 25 Dec 2010
Fun with the comics
» For the past several weeks, Christmas has been a regular topic in the Bangkok post’s comics section. Here are some amusing examples.
10. multimedia | 31 Dec 2014
By Bangkok Post
» Malls and streets in Bangkok's shopping crossroad are ablaze with festive decorations to celebrate Christmas and the New Year, as people take selfies and enjoy the chilly but colourful atmosphere. — Thanarak Khunton