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1. learning | 17 Jul 2013
» Maggie Rosenberg, a native of Brooklyn, New York says she can’t speak Thai, but she certainly can sing Thai. Her delightful music video is making her many friends here in Thailand and we’ll use it for our “Learning Thai”...
2. learning | 19 Dec 2013
Really easy news
» The Thai-Chinese military training exercise is going well except for the fact that the Thais don't speak Chinese and the Chinese don't speak Thai.
3. news | 18 Jan 2015
» Four former ministers have turned to YouTube to answer questions about the controversial rice-pledging scheme, a day after the National Legislative Assembly denied them the chance to speak.
4. news | 10 Dec 2014
» SAN FRANCISCO - A prankster video depicting a dog disguised as a giant spider was the most-shared item on the Google-owned YouTube platform in 2014.
5. learning | 01 Apr 2013
» There is something strange about this story. YouTube has not confirmed it and the news agencies seem to have missed it. Not only that but YouTube has just announced it is shutting down. (What's today's date aga
6. learning | 10 Aug 2012
About internet & ecommerce
» Music videos moved to member-only site. Still no way to get ad revenue from YouTube for Thai web content owners. Working on solution with YouTube.
7. learning | 20 Jan 2012
Easy English News
» Before he left, outgoing Education Minister Woravat Au-apinyakul introduced a project that requires Thai students to speak English at least one day a week. How is it working?
8. opinion | 15 Jan 2015
Newspaper section: News
» The attack on the French magazine Charlie Hebdo was an assault on democracy, on freedom, and on the ideals that underpin all free societies. As we face the forces of extremism and terror, we must have the courage to spea...
9. learning | 14 Feb 2012
Learning English at school
» Nong Grace, Nong Tip and the students and teachers at Sriwittayapaknam School are proof that a "speak English day" is not only possible, but it's fun, especially when you have a global audience on the web.
10. news | 19 Jan 2015
» Explosive Australian opener David Warner on Monday defended a heated on-field exchange with Indian batsman Rohit Sharma in which he demanded the Indian cricketer "speak English".