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881. learning | 17 Feb 2011
» Closing some streets to bicycles-only can reduce traffic congestion and both air and noise pollution.
882. learning | 09 Feb 2011
» Police now have more powers under the ISA and are threatening to use it against the PAD rally to get Bangkok traffic back to normal.
883. learning | 05 Feb 2011
Listening and doing
» Here is great material for a looking, listening and doing exercise taken from the Bangkok Post's Life section earlier in the week.
884. learning | 28 Jan 2011
Easy English news
» In the song taew from the Bangkok Post building to the Khlong Toei market, the talk this week has been dominated by people voicing their opinions on the government's policy on eggs.
885. learning | 26 Jan 2011
For our global reporters
» Italian student Stefania Pittia continues her story of her Thai experience with interesting observations on the local culture and a term at a Bangkok university.
886. learning | 25 Jan 2011
» With violinist Jonathon Glonek (Chulalongkorn) and pianist Eri Nakagawa (Mahidol).
887. learning | 22 Jan 2011
From our global reporters
» Coming to Thailand to take up her studies at Bangkok University only days after the bloody Ratchaprasong crackdown, Italian Stefania Pittia didn’t know what to expect.
888. learning | 20 Jan 2011
» The Bangkok Post gets an exclusive interview with the leader of the Santi Asoke sect currently protesting outside Government House.
889. learning | 20 Jan 2011
Easy English news
» Almost unnoticed by the media, a group of residents from Ubon Ratchathana are in Bangkok demanding that the government end their many years of suffering from a failed dam project.
890. learning | 11 Jan 2011
» Here is the introduction to a story from the Bangkok Post's new LIFE section that is fun to read and imagine.