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71. lifestyle | 15 Nov 2013
Newspaper section: Life
» For the first time in Thailand, chef Bernard Vaussion, known as the "Culinary President" of France, will showcase his authentic Gallic presidential cuisine at Le Normandie, Mandarin Oriental, Bangkok from Nov 20-23 for l...
72. news | 19 Oct 2013
» His 2001 painting "The Last Supper" has just sold for $23 million, but growing up in a working class family during China's Cultural Revolution, Zeng Fanzhi could never have anticipated the path his life would take.
73. learning | 09 Sep 2013
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» What's new in business news: September 9, 2013
74. news | 08 Oct 2013
» PARIS - Japanese adults are way ahead in maths and literacy skills than their peers in 23 other countries, according to a report by the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) published Tuesday.
75. news | 04 Dec 2013
» KUALA LUMPUR - A teenage boy drowned and more than 23,000 people fled their homes as floods caused by days of heavy rains worsened in Malaysia, state police officials said Wednesday.
76. learning | 21 Apr 2013
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» For a while yesterday, a giant 5-metre-long snake had the feast of its life inside a rabbit cage containing 23 rabbits.
77. news | 20 Nov 2013
» Thailand’s tallest man, standing 257 centimetres, is getting treatment for a hormone disorder which has caused him to continue growing even though he is now 23 years old.
78. news | 18 Nov 2013
» A Russian plane that crashed killing all 50 on board plunged nose-first into the ground, officials said Monday, as investigators focused on a fault with the 23-year old plane or pilot error as the likely cause for the di...
79. news | 17 Oct 2013
» The Thai industries sentiment index (TISI) for September dropped from 91.3 in August to its lowest level in 23 months at 90.4, Payungsak Chartsuthipol, chairman of the Federation of Thai Industries (FTI), said on Thursda...
80. news | 08 Oct 2013
» Japanese adults are way ahead in maths and literacy skills than their peers in 23 other countries, the OECD said Tuesday in a report the organisation called a wake-up call for Europe.