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1. learning | 27 Sep 2012
» One of the best things about Thailand Submerged is that it follows last year’s flooding from start to finish. Thus, it is easy to compare this year’s flood situation with last year. What for example was the situation lik...
2. learning | 26 Sep 2012
» This new book covers the Great Floods of 2011 as told through the pages of the Bangkok Post. There is special help for learners of English and by the time you finish you should be able to easily follow this year’s flood ...
3. learning | 19 Oct 2012
» Television interview with "Thailand Submerged" author Terry Fredrickson, Krachab Wong Khaaw, TNN Channel 7, recorded on October 15, 2012
4. learning | 05 Oct 2011
» A decades-long fight against the Chao Phraya River was lost yesterday when floodwaters broke through an embankment and submerged much of Wat Chai Watthanaram in Ayutthaya.
5. news | 24 May 2013
By Umesh Pandey
» TOKYO – Thailand will go the extra mile to accommodate the wishes of long-term Japanese investors by introducing new regulations more in line with the recommendations they have made, Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra s...
6. learning | 22 Dec 2010
» Grandma Hai Khanjanta's rice field is no longer submerged and it is producing again, but life is still difficult for the family.
7. learning | 19 Oct 2010
Easy English news
» All that water flooding upcountry areas has to go somewhere and parts of Bangkok are likely to be submerged in the coming days.
8. learning | 01 Apr 2011
About the weather
» Floods put farms out of action, mudslides block roads. Tourism cancellations and crop failures loom.
9. learning | 07 Oct 2011
Easy English news
» Rice farmers should be reaping large profits from the government's rice mortgage scheme, but for many, their harvest has been almost completely submerged by the worst floods in memory.
10. learning | 29 Oct 2011
» The entire Thon Buri area is expected to be submerged within three days as water levels in canals and the Chao Phyara river appear to be too high for defences to cope.