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1. learning | 29 Mar 2013
About road safety
» Water fights from the back of pickup trucks, a common sight during Songkran, are against the law starting this Songkran for road safety reasons.
2. learning | 17 Apr 2013
Easy English news
» During the Songkran period our Bangkok Post photographers have been out and about braving the man-made deluge to send back hundreds of high-quality photos of the festivities. Here are some of the most interesting.
3. learning | 13 Apr 2011
» A light-hearted listening/photo activity aimed mainly for children which deals with questions foreigners might ask about Songkran and how to answer them.
4. learning | 20 Mar 2012
» With delicate colour patterns hand-painted on the surface this national treasure has its origins in the Ming dynasty.
5. learning | 21 Apr 2011
About food and beverages
» An expensive and exotic luxury coffee has its unlikely origins in the nether regions of one of the most cute and furry creatures of Southeast Asia, the civet.
6. learning | 18 Apr 2011
» Three teenage girls added some excitement to the Songkran festivities on Silom road when they removed their tops as they were dancing very suggestively.
7. learning | 03 Apr 2012
» With 11 people dead & hundreds injured, half of the 12,500 hotel bookings for Songkran have cancelled.
8. learning | 20 Apr 2011
Easy English news
» Two of the three teenage girls who danced topless during Songkran festivities have publicly apologised for their conduct.
9. learning | 16 Jun 2012
Songkran photos and vocabulary
» Bangkok Post photographer Patipat Janthong was right in the middle of some of Bangkok wettest action yesterday. How do we describe what he photographed?
10. learning | 12 Apr 2013
» 45 drought provinces declared disaster areas but Songkran is a time to travel back home & reunite with families, so the show must go on.