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71. business | 27 Nov 2013
» Baidu Inc, China's largest internet search engine company, will introduce a Thai-language interactive search engine next year in a drive to capitalise on the growing online advertising market.
72. learning | 27 Jul 2010
» Students constantly provide feedback, both subtly and overtly, on how they view class. While sometimes there are unrelated reasons for the measures used to gather feedback, keeping a close eye on a number of factors help...
73. news | 01 Dec 2013
» Global news agency AFP and China's Hupu Sports Media Co. plan to launch a Chinese language sports service in the world's most populous country, executives from the companies said.
74. learning | 14 Dec 2010
» If a stranger told you that there is a Namibia-born South African who has been in Thailand only fi ve years and who could teach anyone to read Thai in a weekend, would you believe her? Gary Orman is that man and he promi...
75. lifestyle | 08 Nov 2013
» Officially and conceptually, this is an Australian film. Linguistically and thematically, it is a Lao one, while practically and physically, it is very much Thai. Never mind nationality, a good film is a good film. And i...
76. lifestyle | 08 Nov 2013
» One aspect of Thailand's culinary heritage that receives scant attention in English-language publications is ahan pak tai, or southern cuisine. Apart from the fact that ahan pak tai is extremely fiery and pungent, wh...
77. lifestyle | 29 Nov 2013
» Jon, played with peacocky relish by writer-director-actor Joseph Gordon-Levitt, is a swaggering stud addicted to internet porn. He loves masturbating to it (his record, 11 times in a night), because he believes spanking ...