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1. learning | 04 Jan 2014
» Our photographers share their sometimes dangerous experiences capturing the images that tell the news
2. learning | 07 Apr 2012
» More than 95 percent of the photos our news photographers take are not published in the newspaper. There is not enough space. Here are some of them.
3. learning | 04 Jan 2015
» In this fifth and final part of our series featuring our news photographers, we see that success sometimes lies in patience, but at other times, it is the instant reaction to the unexpected that does the job.
4. learning | 02 Jan 2015
» Our Bangkok Post photographers describe the situations they faced while taking some of the most memorable news photos of the year. In part 3, we see how bravery and quick thinking get the best photos and, most importantl...
5. learning | 01 Jan 2015
» Our Bangkok Post photographers describe the situations they faced while taking some of the most memorable news photos of the year. In this second part of the series, they talk about covering the highly emotional events s...
6. learning | 31 Dec 2014
News photos of 2014
» In this series which starts today, our Bangkok Post photographers describe the situations they faced while taking some of the most memorable news photos of the year.
7. learning | 28 Nov 2011
Easy English news
» News photographers are used to danger, but Bangkok Post photographer Pattanapong Hirunard found out yesterday that everyday life can be even more dangerous.
8. business | 18 Feb 2015
» Spring News Corporation, the operator of Spring News Channel, plans to spend 240 million baht this year to enhance its content and expand existing studios on Vibhavadi Rangsit Road in Bangkok.
9. learning | 15 Feb 2015
From our student intern
» Bangkok Post intern Leo Feypel moves from news photography to news writing in his latest column, based on an interview with Bangkok Post deputy editor Chadin Tephaval.
10. learning | 23 Aug 2014
» The news of the dreaded Ebola virus remains grim, but there has been some good news involving survivors. Here in Thailand, a woman returning from West Africa has been cleared by doctors.