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1. learning | 30 Jan 2013
» Why do Thai soap operas remain so popular among local viewers from generation to generation? Two top scriptwriters give their views.
2. lifestyle | 27 Feb 2015
» Over the past five years, Nadech Kugimiya has starred in only six soap operas and one movie, Khu Kam, but that's enough to make the Austrian-Thai (with a Japanese name) one of the hottest heartthrobs in the industry...
3. learning | 17 Oct 2014
» The recent real-life rape & murder of a 13-year-old girl on an overnight train has focused national outrage on TV soaps that some say encourage — rape.
4. business | 26 Jan 2015
Newspaper section: Asia focus
» K-pop and soap operas have taken the world by storm, but so too has a short-legged blue penguin wearing orange glasses and aviator cap who lives in a snowy peaceful island together with his friends.
5. learning | 09 Aug 2013
» A wealthy politician and famous actress suddenly announce their marriage, but questions quickly emerge about his past. A soap opera? No, this is for real.
6. learning | 07 May 2011
Easy English news
» Araya "Chompoo" Hargate, who plays Reya in the controvesial soap Doksom Sithong, has strongly defended the production.
7. learning | 16 Jun 2013
Learning Thai from Post Today
» The rush to name Thai newborn male babies after the leading characters of a popular Thai soap opera continues. Here's a Thai language version of the story.
8. news | 23 Jan 2015
» TAIPEI - Taiwanese authorities toughened animal cruelty laws on Friday in the wake of the death of a performing hippopotamus that once starred in a popular soap opera.
9. lifestyle | 07 Jan 2015
Newspaper section: Life
» After a solo show "Get Out" at Gallery Soap in Fukuoka which satirised the situation in his hometown, Pisitakun Kuntalang is back again through different space and medium. Since Dec 21 last year, he has been publishing h...
10. learning | 12 Jun 2013
Easy English news
» Looking for a name for a newborn male baby? How about "Rachanon" or "Puttipat"? Or maybe "Taratorn", "Pawornruj", or "Ronapee"?