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81. learning | 14 Jun 2011
From our global reporters
» The entertainment scene keeps the Bangkok Post’s Onsiri Pravattiyagul very busy in a job that might someday appeal to our student reporters, Sam and Jessy.
82. learning | 26 May 2011
» A group of low-income earners has told the Bangkok Post they do not expect the election winners to fulfill their campaign promises
83. learning | 23 Nov 2011
» Outbreaks of disease possible after floods, 2-3 thousand infected every year in Thailand, 15,000 cases & 400 deaths in last outbreak (1997, 1999).
84. learning | 08 Aug 2011
» Bangkok Post reporter Nattaya Chetchotiros details some of the main challenges facing Yingluck Shinawatra when she becomes prime minister later today.
85. learning | 01 Feb 2012
Easy English news
» Local government agencies aren’t famous for doing things the easy, efficient way. The Bangkok Post’s Karnjana Karnjanatawe has personal experience with inefficiency in her municipality.
86. learning | 19 Jan 2012
» 27,390 workers already laid off in provinces around Bangkok. 822,341 have returned to work but 167,753 employees still without jobs.
87. learning | 18 Dec 2011
» It Sunday, so its a good day to get away from politics or crime and see what's making news in the Bangkok Post celebrity gossip column. Today, Thai rocker Sek Losu gets the top place.
88. learning | 05 Nov 2011
» Excerpts from 3 stories in today’s Bangkok Post including the likely loss of Rama 2 road to the South, the inundation of the Lat Prao area and the “big sandbag” barrier.
89. learning | 04 Jan 2013
About politics & research
» Bangkok Post Person of Year award goes to TDRI research program to replace street protests & fights by well-reasoned research & debate.
90. learning | 31 Dec 2010
Easing English news
» The story of Conor David Purcell last April created a lot of interest among Bangkok Post readers, especially among our foreign readers.