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1. learning | 09 Nov 2012
President Obama's visit
» President Obama will be visiting Bangkok late next week. Let’s get our English-language preparations started with an emotional speech the president gave on November 7 to his campaign volunteers. Includes video and transc...
2. learning | 15 Dec 2012
Reacting to a tragedy
» Watch and listen to US President Barack Obama, himself a father of two young girls, give an emotional reaction to Connecticut school shooting in which 20 small children were killed. (Transcript included.)
3. learning | 06 Dec 2010
» His Majesty the King delivered a short, but memorable birthday speech in the Amarin Winitchai Throne Hall.
4. learning | 06 May 2013
Learning Thai with Post Today
» The Prime Minister says her speech in Mongolia shouldn't be considered controversial since it was merely an exchange of experiences with the international community.
5. news | 03 May 2013
» A group of 58 senators has called on Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra to apologise to the public over her controversial speech in Mongolia.
6. news | 19 Apr 2013
» A New Zealand politician whose humorous speech to parliament backing gay marriage has become an Internet hit said Friday he was staggered at the response to his words.
7. news | 02 May 2013
Newspaper section: News
» Gen Romklao Thuwatham's widow yesterday criticised Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra's description of her husband's death in her controversial Mongolia speech.
8. news | 07 May 2013
» The Democrat Party has revealed the details of a letter it will send to foreign governments to dispute Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra's speech delivered in Mongolia.
9. news | 01 May 2013
Newspaper section: News
» Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra has defended her controversial speech, made in Mongolia, insisting it was not aimed at "whitewashing" her fugitive brother and ousted premier Thaksin Shinawatra.
10. news | 30 Apr 2013
» Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra, back in Thailand on Tuesday, defended her Mongolia speech, insisting she has no intention of defending elder brother Thaksin, ousted by the 2006 coup she so strongly condemned.