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1. learning | 08 Feb 2013
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» Bangkok Post photograph Patipat Janthong crossed into the Shan State of Myanmar to cover National Day celebrations, held openly for the first time since a truce was signed with the Myanmar government.
2. opinion | 08 Oct 2013
» National Day is the designated date on which a country celebrates its nationhood. It is often marked as the day on which a state or territory achieved independence. Other countries designate dates based on a patron saint...
3. learning | 27 Apr 2012
» Shan drug lord wanted by China for murder of 13 boat crew members on the Mekong sent to China immediately after arrest in Laos.
4. opinion | 12 Nov 2013
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» From Nov 4-5, the Myanmar government peace negotiation team and representatives of ethnic armed groups met in Myitkyina, the capital of Kachin state. The meeting took place after a four-day (Oct 30 to Nov 2) conference o...
5. travel | 24 Oct 2013
» On Nov 2, Thai culture expert Chulapassorn Panomvan na Ayudhya will lead an excursion to the National Museum Bangkok, the National Art Gallery and Wat Chana Songkhram from 9am to 5pm.
6. news | 27 Nov 2013
» The State Enterprises Labour Relations Confederation (SERC) has agreed that all of its members are free to take a two-day leave to join the anti-government protests on Nov 28-29, reports said.
7. news | 26 Oct 2013
» Chinese state media laid into Bo Xilai on Saturday, saying "arrogance" led to his demise, a day after a court rejected the fallen politician's appeal against his corruption conviction.
8. learning | 09 Feb 2012
» Boat hijacking by Shan drug gang may be behind killing of 13 Chinese crew last year. Tighter security & joint patrol is the response.
9. learning | 20 Feb 2013
» Likened to searching for Osama bin Laden, China was prepared to use drones after drug lord killed 13 Chinese sailors in Golden Triangle.
10. learning | 13 Jan 2013
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» Yesterday Thai children took over the national government, the provincial governments, the armed forces and, indeed, most of the country.