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1. learning | 17 Jan 2013
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» Small fish made from palm leaves, swinging over baby's bed to put them to sleep, Thai handicrafts are changing with the times to survive & thrive.
2. news | 12 Jan 2015
» Cambodian Prime Minister Hun Sen on Monday defended controversial Chinese-funded hydroelectric dams as he opened the energy-starved country's largest-ever power plant, despite warnings from activists of environmenta...
3. news | 02 Jan 2015
» BEIJING - China's Three Gorges dam has broken the world record for annual hydroelectric power production, more than a decade after it became the world's largest power plant, its operator said.
4. news | 29 Jan 2015
» Clearer details about the Dawei port and industrial estate project are expected at a meeting between the government and delegations from Japan and Myanmar tomorrow, a Government House source says.
5. news | 25 Jan 2015
» The planned 68-kilometre, 50-billion-baht Buraphavithi-Pattaya Expressway project will likely be scrapped after facing strong resistance from people living along the route, according to a project adviser.
6. news | 08 Jan 2015
» Trang: A project to tag endangered dugongs with satellite-trackable markers might harm the animals and should be stopped, local fishermen in Trang say.
7. news | 22 Dec 2014
» Nakhon Si Thammarat: A mangrove forest project backed by the King in Chanthaburi's Ao Kung Krabane will serve as a role model for a pilot project on land management for the poor in Nakhon Si Thammarat.
8. business | 17 Dec 2014
» The Crown Property Bureau will extend 26 billion baht to subsidiary Siam Sindhorn Co to develop Langsuan Village, a large mixed-use residential project on Lang Suan Road.
9. news | 15 Dec 2014
» King Mongkut's University of Technology Thonburi (Kmutt) set up a solar energy project in a remote village of Koh Hang in Krabi province recently, after the state's solar home project failed to solve an electri...
10. business | 15 Dec 2014
» Singapore-based Sindicatum Sustainable Resources Co's waste-to-electricity generating plant has been selected by the Energy Ministry to be Thailand's pilot project to turn community waste into renewable energy...