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101. learning | 27 Feb 2013
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» Withaya Chai-Auari, 32, and Suriya Khoksombat, 25, should not be too surprised that they are in a Bangkok jail today. Making illegal guns and selling them through Facebook is a risky business.
102. news | 22 Nov 2013
» A notorious Malaysian wildlife trafficker dubbed the "Lizard King" for his smuggling of endangered reptiles is back in business despite a 2010 conviction for illegally trafficking endangered species, according to an inve...
103. learning | 25 Oct 2013
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104. business | 29 Oct 2013
LEADING THE WAY
Newspaper section: Business
» In the past five years, Thailand has undergone significant growth in terms of digital penetration and social media usage. From 2012 to 2013, according to the research firm Socialbakers, growth in the total number of user...
105. news | 29 Oct 2013
» Singapore and Hong Kong rank the world's best places to run a business, while mainland China remains far down the list, according to the World Bank's annual competitiveness survey Tuesday.
106. learning | 17 Jul 2013
» Maggie Rosenberg, a native of Brooklyn, New York says she can’t speak Thai, but she certainly can sing Thai. Her delightful music video is making her many friends here in Thailand and we’ll use it for our “Learning Thai”...
107. learning | 28 Dec 2010
» Pirates seized a Thai cargo vessel in the Indian Ocean on Saturday, taking 27 Thai crew members hostage and creating a big challenge for the Royal Thai Navy.
108. learning | 03 Feb 2011
» "Thai hospitality, Thai food and Thai ladyboys" national treasures that make Thailand unique.
109. learning | 17 Nov 2012
Learning Thai from the news
» Spoken Thai can be even more challenging than written Thai. Here's an example that most learners would find very difficult except for the transcript/translation we have provided.
110. business | 18 Nov 2013
» The Thai Airways (THAI) board has resolved not to sell its decommissioned aircraft to a British firm representing a Saudi Arabian prince and ordered a study of whether to reuse them.