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11. learning | 22 Nov 2012
Learning Thai from Post Today
» We've read about President Obama's visit to Wat Pho in English. Now it's time for some reading practice on the same subject in Thai.
12. news | 19 Dec 2013
» The Appeals Court on Thursday upheld a 10-year prison term for a former policeman arrested with a large number of M79 grenades and fuses during a United Front for Democracy against Dictatorship (UDD) rally in 2010.
13. learning | 16 Aug 2012
About law enforcement
» Police will change road checkpoints to make traffic flow more smoothly & enforce important traffic laws.
14. news | 20 Nov 2013
» A policeman manning a barricade at Makkhawan Rangsan bridge on Ratchadamnoen Nok Avenue was slightly injured on Wednesday by what was believed to be a giant cracker or ping pong bomb thrown by an unidentified person.
15. opinion | 30 Oct 2013
» Finally, the Royal Thai Police are getting serious about Bangkok traffic. Last week, the boys in grey kicked off the "tow-away" tactic, removing cars that were parked illegally on 10 main roads including Sathon, Rama IV,...
16. learning | 22 Feb 2013
About art & corruption
» Failed solution to Bangkok traffic problem, eyesore reminder of wasted money & corrupt politicians, finally immortalized as street art.
17. learning | 02 Jan 2013
About cars & transportation
» Railway construction & 1.3 million new cars from govt program will increase traffic for many years to come before railways are finished.
18. news | 27 Oct 2013
» Southeast Asia's congested capitals could use more anti-traffic champions such as Jakarta Governor Joko Widodo. When the Indonesian government gave tax breaks on low-cost "green cars" in June, Mr Widodo opposed the p...
19. multimedia | 03 Dec 2013
» Mobile traffic surged on what's known as Cyber Monday- as shoppers spent money on the go- and e-commerce retailers continued their winning streak against brick and mortar competition. Bobbi Rebell reports. - REUTERS
20. business | 17 Dec 2013
» Thailand's political turmoil has slowly affected passenger traffic through main airports, but even if the situation drags on, sustainable growth is expected.