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31. learning | 22 Aug 2011
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» You can understand why relatively few of the young motorcyclists racing on Bangkok streets are caught by police. It’s a difficult job because the youngsters do everything they can to escape.
32. opinion | 27 Nov 2013
Newspaper section: News
» While Bangkok is consumed with the events of street politics, it is also worth remembering that most Thais have no voice or opinion. Arguably, the most isolated and powerless are the citizens of the Muslim provinces of t...
33. learning | 04 Jan 2013
About politics & research
» Bangkok Post Person of Year award goes to TDRI research program to replace street protests & fights by well-reasoned research & debate.
34. business | 22 Nov 2013
» Thai stocks fell 1.2% on Friday amid rising local political tensions even as most other Asian markets gained in response to bullishness on Wall Street.
35. lifestyle | 12 Nov 2013
PICTURE OF THE DAY
Newspaper section: Life
» Iron Man, neo-Guy Fawkes, humour, headdresses and face paint are all part of Thai street protests. Above is a selection of the most eye-catching political decorations of the past week.
36. learning | 24 Feb 2012
» With hot weather coming soon, dogs with deadly rabies may be on the street. If bit by a cat, hamster, squirrel, bat or rabbit get rabies shots quickly.
37. tech | 25 Oct 2013
» Twitter raised the value of its initial public offering Thursday to as much as $1.61 billion as the popular messaging service moved a step closer to Wall Street.
38. learning | 11 Jul 2012
» Bike lanes for cyclists would be a great idea if there was a way of keeping them free of motorists, street vendors and even the police.
39. news | 24 Nov 2013
» Academics have expressed concern about the recent surge in political protests, which they say could erupt into violence.
40. business | 28 Nov 2013
» The Thai stock market could dive to the 1,200 mark in the worst-case scenario, although local shares have proved resilient to previous street protests, says CIMB Research.