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1. news | 28 Mar 2013
» The director of China's biggest box-office hit says "Lost in Thailand" succeeded by showing a rarely seen subject: modern Chinese life.
2. news | 29 Apr 2013
» Thailand lost track of democracy after the government of "rightfully elected" former prime minister Thaksin Shinawatra was ousted by a military coup in 2006, Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra said in a speech in Mongoli...
3. learning | 03 Jan 2013
» New Chinese movie about a crazy trip to Thailand sets new money making record ($160 million) even more than Titanic.
4. learning | 28 Jan 2013
» World's fourth largest PC maker chooses Thailand to introduce new line of lost cost tablets (3,990 baht) for education aiming to govt One Tablet Per Child contract.
5. news | 24 May 2013
Newspaper section: Sports
» Thailand's world No.135 Luksika Kumkhum lost 6-0, 7-6 to Sandra Zahlavova of the Czech Republic in the second qualifying round at the French Open in Paris yesterday.
6. news | 04 Apr 2013
» At 93, Nikolai Vasenin, a former Red Army soldier and Gulag prisoner who fought for the French Resistance in World War II, is searching for the love he says he lost 60 years ago in France.
7. learning | 07 Aug 2012
» 24,000 people in Thailand have lost legs, mostly from auto accidents. New artificial leg reduces cost to 35,000 from 50,000.
8. business | 20 Apr 2013
» Thailand Tobacco Monopoly (TTM) has gradually lost market share to imported cigarettes since the country lifted the tax barrier two decades ago, says director-general Torsak Chotimongkol.
9. business | 22 Apr 2013
Newspaper section: Business
» Recap: The market survived a short but tumultuous week after gold plunged while Thailand was celebrating Songkran. Gold lost 10% on reports that Cyprus would sell 10 tonnes from its reserves, leading to fears that other ...
10. business | 02 Apr 2013
» China's Juneyao Airlines will start service to Chiang Mai tomorrow to cash in on the northern capital's emerging popularity among Chinese travellers, driven partly by the hit Lost In Thailand film.