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101. news | 05 Dec 2013
Newspaper section: Sports
» His Majesty the King's love for sports is second to none.
102. business | 07 Nov 2013
» Thai Edible Oil Co, the maker of King rice-bran cooking oil, may open factories in neighbouring countries in response to huge purchasing power once Asean becomes a single market in late 2015.
103. learning | 19 Nov 2012
About international relations
» Lasting only a few hours, US president Obama's short trip to Burma was the first for a US president & rich in meaning for the Burmese.
104. learning | 19 Jul 2013
Easy English news
» For 200 families in my hometown of Northfield, Minnesota,visits to the local supermarket tend to be very short. They get their fruits and vegetables directly from the farm.
105. learning | 17 Feb 2012
» Moving to Eastern Seaboard or Korat may be only choice for some Ayutthaya workers who lost jobs during floods. Over age 30 may mean no job anywhere for them.
106. learning | 24 Aug 2011
» With hundreds of flights from India to Thailand each week, trends put Indian visitors at 1 million next year. Repeat visits and cheaper airlines drive this trend.
107. learning | 21 Jun 2011
Easy English news
» As I was leaving for a short trip to the bank yesterday afternoon I noticed the lobby of the Bangkok Post building was unusually busy – and for good reason.
108. learning | 12 Dec 2011
» Teacher Ken May has explored just about every square kilometre of Ayutthaya related to old and nearly forgotten historical sites, many of which, he sadly relates, have now been lost to the flood.
109. lifestyle | 13 Dec 2013
Newspaper section: Life
» To commemorate His Majesty King Bhumibol Adulyadej's 86th Birthday, O.P. Place, an exclusive shopping plaza in Soi Charoen Krung 38, is pleased to host an art exhibition entitled "The Royal Father in Our Hearts". W...
110. news | 26 Nov 2013
» China's top negotiator with Taiwan began a visit Tuesday as activists protested against what they described as Beijing's attempt to annex the island by offering economic benefits.