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  1. 1311. learning | 21 Nov 2010

    Making up the numbers

    By Andrew Biggs, Newspaper section: Brunch

    » I see the Thailand Tatler Top 300 Expat List is out on the streets.

  2. 1312. learning | 19 Nov 2010

    How to make a Loy Krathong float

    About arts and crafts

    By Jon Fernquest

    » Made of purple Amaranth flowers, jackfruit leaves and incense stuck into the trunk of a banana tree, Loy Krathong floats grace the waters of Thailand this weekend.

  3. 1313. learning | 19 Nov 2010

    Sarita gets number one

    Easy English news

    By Terry Fredrickson

    » It took an agonising 6 days, but Thailand finally has a gold medalist at the 16th Asian Games, one the country can be rightly proud of.

  4. 1314. learning | 18 Nov 2010

    Flood management software

    About technology

    By Jon Fernquest

    » Computer software can be used to predict floods and limit damage. A new website in Thailand shares the open source secrets of its construction.

  5. 1315. learning | 18 Nov 2010

    Gold at last

    Easy English news

    By Terry Fredrickson

    » Happily, today's Asian games story is now out-of-date as taekwando competitor Sarita Pongsri wins Thailand's first gold.

  6. 1316. learning | 18 Nov 2010

    Cutting crime

    News shorts

    By Terry Fredrickson

    » Here is a clever way of cutting crime. Would it work in Thailand?

  7. 1317. learning | 17 Nov 2010

    Energy dependence on Burma

    About energy

    By Jon Fernquest

    » An energy dependence on natural gas from Burma looms in Thailand's future. The time to start planning is now.

  8. 1318. learning | 17 Nov 2010

    Indonesian model of corruption control

    About government

    By Jon Fernquest

    » Indonesia's corruption commission has powers that Thailand's could only dream of and actually puts corrupt government officials and MPs behind bars.

  9. 1319. learning | 16 Nov 2010

    Mekong smuggling

    About crime

    By Jon Fernquest

    » Stolen trucks, motorcycles, drugs, endangered species of wildlife, as well as wine, liquor, sandstone, rosewood, all these goods slip into Thailand along the long Mekong river border with Laos.

  10. 1320. learning | 16 Nov 2010

    Chinese keen on Thai studies

    Newspaper section: Learningpost

    » It's well known to the world that the Chinese economy is growing by leaps and bounds. One by-product of this financial success has been the recent long march of Chinese students towards international educational des...

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