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51. lifestyle | 02 Nov 2013
» It doesn't say much to describe a model as lean and gorgeous, but the fact that Cindy Bishop is still so after recently giving birth to her second child Aiden does bring about an element of wonder.
52. learning | 28 Jun 2013
Really Easy English
» One the world's cutest animals, a resident of the Samphran Elephant Ground & Zoo, tells its story in really easy English. (Photo by Patipat Janthong.)
53. learning | 22 Aug 2011
» One of the saddest sights is a very young child struggling with cancer. One hospital is trying to make it easier for parents to help.
54. news | 16 Dec 2013
» Almost a third of teenagers seeking help from the Child and Adolescent Mental Health Rajanagarindra Institute were found to suffer from problems caused by the demands of study.
55. learning | 14 Mar 2012
» Many projects underway to educate young children with ebooks & apps in new prototype eclassrooms.
56. learning | 10 Oct 2010
» The government is in danger of being dissolved. Armed men in black take over the car park at Suvarnabhumi airport. And child pornography is openly sold on Sukhumvit.
57. news | 30 Nov 2013
» Child rights campaigners have expressed concerns over children seen at rally sites and places targeted by anti-government protesters.
58. learning | 15 Nov 2013
» Heavy school bags can cause lasting damage: rounded shoulders, curvature of spine & risk of falling down and getting hurt.
59. learning | 01 Oct 2013
» Suvarnabhumi overcrowding slows, tablet coupons to parents instead of school purchases & fish disappeared after oil spill, villagers complain.
60. learning | 15 Jul 2013
» Children were initially pleased to have a tablet in their hands, but the process of learning from the Chinese-made devices has often not been smooth, based on information collected from teachers and students.