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101. 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...
102. lifestyle | 17 Oct 2013
Newspaper section: Life
» K-classic will resound in Bangkok early next month as the epic centre of the Korean wave, the Korean Symphony Orchestra, will start its Asian tour with a performance at the National Theatre Bangkok on Nov 2 at 7pm.
103. news | 15 Oct 2013
» Takashi Yanase, the creator of Japan's wildly popular "Anpanman" cartoon, has died of heart failure, his agency said Tuesday. He was 94.
104. news | 31 Oct 2013
» Diabetes has become a silent threat to the health of Thai people with almost 8,000 dying each year and more than 3.5 million Thais suffering from the disease, according to the Public Health Ministry.
105. learning | 04 Apr 2012
Easy English news
» 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
106. lifestyle | 15 Nov 2013
» Culinary satisfaction is never guaranteed by a restaurant's high profile, celebrity chef, media plaudits, lengthy reservations nor packed venues. It's not until your first bite into the food that you will know, b...
107. news | 21 Oct 2013
» Thailand has experienced its worst epidemic of dengue fever in 20 years with 126 deaths and 135,344 people infected with the virus, according to Sopon Mekthon, director-general of Department of Disease Control.
108. business | 26 Oct 2013
Newspaper section: Business
» 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...
109. 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)
110. news | 04 Nov 2013
» A single dose -- rather than the recommended three -- of a vaccine against the sexually transmitted disease HPV may be enough to ward off cervical cancer, researchers say.