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1. learning | 06 Nov 2010
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» Soon Thailand’s most famous and successful pop star, Byrd, or Thongchai McIntyre, will also be a cartoon character.
2. learning | 03 May 2013
» Can you mix breakdancing, Michael Jackson style, with classical music? Yes, it you are a professional dance group like the Flying Steps. Life’s Onsiri Pravattiyagul caught up with them on their recent trip to Bangkok.
3. learning | 07 Feb 2013
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» The Navy's flying boat has reappeared after 10 years on the ground, solving a spare parts problem by keeping a second aircraft grounded.
4. learning | 06 Apr 2012
» For over 100 years only a dream, now flying 500 kms at 180 kms per hour with range of 1200 kms, on sale in 2014 for $330,000
5. news | 24 Mar 2013
» The last surviving member of the US World War II air combat unit, the Flying Tigers, has died. Air ace Ken Jernstedt passed away on Feb 4 at a hospice in Wilsonville, Oregon. He was 95.
6. news | 21 Mar 2013
» The fossilized remains of a huge prehistoric flying reptile was unveiled at the Rio de Janeiro National Museum where an international congress on the extinct species is to be held in May.
7. lifestyle | 13 May 2013
» Interior designer Charif Lona insisted that his picture accompanying this article must be in black and white. Why? He said he's best represented that way.
8. business | 06 Apr 2013
» Escalating tensions between Pyongyang and Seoul have not hurt travel sentiment among Thais who have already planned trips to South Korea.
9. news | 08 May 2013
» Two days after Arwuth Worathavornwiwat's Mitsubishi pickup truck was damaged by a brick dropped from a bridge, police are still searching for the cuplrit, believed to be a motorcyclist.
10. opinion | 31 Mar 2013
» Just over four years ago the headline in ''PostScript'' read ''A catastrophe for the apostrophe''. It was admittedly bit of a slow news week, but it was an issue of some concern to those ...