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101. learning | 05 May 2013
Easy reading website
» Bookbox is a high quality website featuring animated and rather easy stories. Each story has English subtitles to make them super-easy to follow and you often have a choice of British or American English.
102. learning | 06 Jan 2013
» Channel 3 abruptly cancelled its Friday night broadcast of Nua Mek 2, creating a public outcry, suspicions of political interference and on Monday evening, the hacking of the company website. Pressure on the station is g...
103. learning | 28 Sep 2012
About law enforcement
» Trained volunteers will take photos of drivers breaking laws and post to police website as evidence.
104. learning | 19 Sep 2012
Easy English news
» Thai netizens posting on the popular website Pantip.com are angry after photos emerged of a group of about five foreigners cutting off a large branch of a tree on Phangan island.
105. learning | 16 Sep 2012
» Yesterday I introduced you to Storycorps, a website where you can find and listen to hundreds of very short stories told by ordinary Americans. Best of all, you can see what they said. Today, we’ll take a closer look at ...
106. learning | 20 Oct 2011
About web technology
» Dictionaries, law, maps, traffic and now floods, all parts of an online knowledge empire created by two Thai computer programmers with web mashups.
107. learning | 30 Sep 2011
» Priced at half the price of an iPad, Amazon hopes to draw customers to purchase at its website with a new 7-inch screen tablet.
108. learning | 26 Jun 2011
» It's better late than never. We have finally put up a Facebook page for our website. Come and take a look and feel free to ask a question or two or make some suggestions.
109. learning | 18 Nov 2010
» Computer software can be used to predict floods and limit damage. A new website in Thailand shares the open source secrets of its construction.
110. news | 30 Jan 2015
» China's education minister has vowed to ban university textbooks which promote "Western values", state media said, in the latest sign of ideological tightening under President Xi Jinping.