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81. learning | 16 Oct 2011
» Riverside areas of Bangkok are experiencing some flooding but for the most part the city is dry. Meanwhile, another industrial estate was lost to the floods yesterday.
82. learning | 12 Oct 2011
» Inner city Bangkok will be...should be...might be safe, but situation in outer suburbs is problematic. Suvarnabhumi airport's flood prevention system is in full operation.
83. lifestyle | 05 Dec 2013
» After taking last year off, the International Butoh Festival will return to Bangkok for the eighth time tomorrow. The event is organised by B-Floor Theatre, Butoh Co-op Thailand and Bangkok Art and Culture Centre. This y...
84. learning | 04 Apr 2012
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» Bangkok is falling apart – or so it seems. In the latest incident, a big section of a footpath on Rama III Road near Khlong Bang Khlo collapsed on Monday
85. business | 26 Oct 2013
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» Impact Exhibition Management Co is looking beyond Muang Thong Thani with two unique Japanese restaurants in central Bangkok. The operator of Thailand's largest exhibition centre signed an agreement yesterday with Jap...
86. learning | 09 Nov 2011
» The BMA is making an all-out effort to drain floodwater from the northern outskirts through Khlong Bang Sue in the hope of protecting the heart of Bangkok.
87. learning | 22 Oct 2010
Easy English news
» It is still too early to say if parts of Bangkok will experience heavy flooding next week when high tides arrive. (Channel 11 TV report presented by Bangkok Post team now included)
88. business | 01 Nov 2013
» Emirates has taken another a step to cash in on fast-growing traffic on the Bangkok-Dubai route by launching a sixth daily service and replacing an existing flight with the A380 superjumbo.With the upgrades that took eff...
89. learning | 13 Oct 2011
» Timing and coordinating water release from dams was key to avoid Bangkok flooding. Crop irrigation & electricity generation handled by different govt agencies.
90. business | 18 Nov 2013
» KHON KAEN : A delay to the government's megaprojects is expected to dampen domestic sales of trucks and buses next year, says Scania AB, the Swedish truck and bus maker.