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1. learning | 10 Oct 2011
» Efforts to protect Ayutthaya's inner town and parts of its key industrial estate have failed and widespread evacuations have begun. This morning Nakorn Sawan's embankment failed as well.
2. learning | 11 Oct 2011
» Much of Nakorn Sawan municipality resembled a lake after the Chao Phraya River burst through an embankment yesterday. Maha Sarakham was hit today. One piece of good news: Former PM Abhisit met with current PM Yingluck
3. learning | 08 Dec 2011
» During 18 days of high floodwaters, Facebook remade civil society in Nakhon Sawan, from the grassroots on up.
4. learning | 18 Oct 2011
Easy English news
» Photos, like these from Nava Nakorn yesterday, are a big help in understanding the news. And if you read their captions (explanations) you can improve both your understanding and your vocabulary.
5. learning | 06 Dec 2011
About real estate
» Flood area property values likely to drop. Flood safe areas (Srinakarin, Bang Na, Rama IX) & condos more attractive.
6. learning | 13 Dec 2011
» Residents returning to their flood-damaged homes worry that their efforts to restore their homes to their original condition may be may be wiped out by the next flood.
7. learning | 14 Dec 2011
About the floods
» Govt involvement in home flood insurance as in US might be needed. Insurance Cos await flood management plans.
8. learning | 22 Nov 2011
» For many people, including myself, watching Dr Seree Supratid’s flood analysis is part of the nightly routine.
9. learning | 18 Oct 2010
» Thailand experiences floods like those affecting Nakorn Ratchasima and surrounding provinces every year. Here’s a chance to learn the vocabulary used to describe them.
10. opinion | 02 May 2013
Newspaper section: News
» The government's 350-billion-baht flood prevention and drought mitigation projects look set to go ahead, despite widespread criticism.