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11. news | 07 Dec 2014
Newspaper section: Spectrum
» It's Tuesday morning and 67-year-old Thanachai Maipradith is sitting at his desk in the donation room at Wat Phrabatnampu, a temple in Lop Buri which is home to 153 HIV patients.
12. learning | 15 Aug 2014
» The BMA president has been accused of extorting protection money from vendors in front of Wat Hua Lamphong in Bang Rak district, charges he denies
13. learning | 15 Apr 2014
Thailand through Norwegian eyes
» Getting a tattoo the old-fashioned way from a Buddhist monk using a bamboo stick is a bit frightening, very painful and definitely worth it, says Martin Nordberg Foldmoe in the fourth story of our series “Thailand throug...
14. learning | 19 Nov 2013
» Collecting alms in the midst of police barricades, barbed wire, tents and vehicles is no easy task, a monk from famous Bangkok temple Wat Benchamabophit complains on Facebook.
15. learning | 04 Oct 2013
About religion & architecture
» UNESCO award for restoration of pagoda at 200-year-old Wat Prayurawongsawas. Everyone got involved: families, temples & schools in local community.
16. learning | 06 Aug 2013
» Shots fired by military killed the six at Wat Pathum Wanaram in 2010, a Bangkok criminal court decides.
17. learning | 23 Jun 2013
Learning Thai from Post Today
» Wat Phra Mahathat Nakhon Si Thammarat has passed the fist step in the world heritage listing process.
18. learning | 16 Apr 2013
» More than a year after his death, Steve Jobs lives in parallel world not far-from his real-world Apple office, attended to by 20 servants and enjoying his new existence – that according to Phrathepyanmahamuni, the abbot ...
19. learning | 19 Mar 2013
» A French journalist insisted Monday that the King's Guard unit which he followed during the army's crackdown on red-shirt protesters in 2010 was not responsible for the deaths of six people at Wat Pathumwanaram
20. learning | 03 Jan 2013
» Buddhist chanting at Wat Hua Lamphong in Bangkok replacing parties & alcohol for many devout Buddhists on New Year's eve.