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91. learning | 07 Feb 2011
» Fighting broke out again in the Thai-Cambodia border area last night, adding to the destruction already caused by the previous two days of clashes.
92. opinion | 23 Oct 2013
» On my first day in this country, a Thai friend asked me about the air pollution in Beijing. I answered him helplessly: "There was much smog last winter, and the government has tried hard to solve this problem, but the ef...
93. learning | 04 Nov 2011
Easy English news
» Bangkok residents can live through the floods, but not if the city tap water supply collapses. Chaos could result and authorities are stepping up efforts to keep that from happening.
94. learning | 27 Jun 2012
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» Generating power from the sun & wind this luxury man-made floating island for the super rich can be towed anywhere its owner wants to live.
95. news | 28 Oct 2013
» France was shocked Monday after the discovery of an underfed and dehydrated baby girl who had been forced to live hidden in a car boot, possibly since birth.
96. learning | 07 Sep 2011
Easy English news
» Last night the Thai football team went ahead and, unlike in Australia, stayed ahead, winning by a comfortable 3-0 margin.
97. business | 05 Dec 2013
» Wouldn't it be great if you understood what made everyone on your team tick _ including yourself? I've been working on a people-oriented innovation profiling system that I call TIPS. It's based on my observat...
98. news | 27 Oct 2013
» As the young girl's voice rings out into the desert night, singing a soft lullaby to the restless baby she holds, the audience is spellbound.
99. lifestyle | 22 Oct 2013
Newspaper section: Life
» For lovers of romantic piano music, Nov 13 will be a memorable night in Bangkok as Richard Clayderman will fly in to once again serenade the Thai audiences with his charming melodies.
100. learning | 11 Feb 2012
» Friday night's gala dinner at Government House yielded some impressive pictures of apparent reconciliation, but political observers are not convinced it's the real thing. Photos by Chanat Katanyu.