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1. news | 09 Apr 2013
» Pee Mak Phra Kanong, a comedic version of the renowned Thai ghostly tale Mae Nak, has become so popular that acquiring decent seats for the show at cinemas in Bangkok is almost impossible without booking hours ahead.
2. lifestyle | 27 Mar 2013
» The story is apocryphal, but fiction has entrenched it as our reality. The tale of Mae Nak Phra Khanong _ a woman of the early Rattanakosin period who died during childbirth but continued to live with her living husband ...
3. learning | 10 Apr 2013
» Pee Mak Phra Kanong has become so popular that acquiring decent seats for the show at cinemas in Bangkok is almost impossible without booking hours ahead.
4. lifestyle | 07 Apr 2013
» Good morning first-time visitors to Bangkok. Please excuse the traffic jams of the past week in the City of Angels and, anyway, what are you doing holidaying here at the hottest time of the year?
5. learning | 06 Apr 2010
» In Mae Chai district, in the northern province of Phayao, a group of youngsters from Mae Chai Wittayakom School are trying to get traffic lights installed at their town's Mae Suk junction.
6. news | 05 Apr 2013
» Myanmar government officials have donated more than 320,000 baht to refugees living in the fire-stricken Ban Mae Surin camp in Mae Hong Son province.
7. multimedia | 25 Mar 2013
» The fire that razed Ban Mae Surin refugee camp in Mae Hong Son killed 37 people and piled on more misery for the 2,000 displaced inhabitants. Photos by Post Photographers and agencies.
8. learning | 22 Jan 2013
Easy English news
» Violinist Vanessa Mae is training to become an Olympic skier with the aim of competing in 2014 Winter Olympics in Sochi, Russia – for Thailand
9. news | 07 Apr 2013
Newspaper section: Spectrum
» Two weeks after 38 people were killed in a fire at the Mae Surin camp in Mae Hong Son province, the circumstances that led to the fatal blaze remain unclear.
10. news | 30 Mar 2013
Newspaper section: News
» MAE HONG SON: Several clues indicate that the cause of the fire that killed 37 people at Mae Surin refugee camp was arson, the district police chief insists.