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11. news | 16 Apr 2013
» Rights groups and conservationists on Tuesday condemned a New Zealand move to ban protests at sea, accusing the government of pandering to the interests of oil companies.
12. learning | 05 Oct 2010
» Poet Zakariya Amataya has won the 2010 SEA Write poetry prize for his Mai Mee Yingsao Nai Bot Kawee ("Poems without maidens").
13. learning | 12 Nov 2010
» The project to connect Thailand to a deep sea port at Dawei in Burma has been in the planning stages for a long time.
14. news | 28 Mar 2013
» A sea lion pup startled guests after waddling from a California beach into a nearby luxury hotel, where it pitched up at the patio bar.
15. travel | 23 May 2013
» It takes only about six hours to drive from the hilly far north to Jordan's southernmost extremity on the Red Sea. Home to 6.2 million people and largely desert (83%), this is indeed a small country, but it is jam-pa...
16. lifestyle | 13 May 2013
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» Artyasit Srisuwan is known as the winner of the famous TV show Fan Pantae (The Fan) on the topic of Thai SEA Write books. He is also one of the writers of the ensemble of short stories Ran Nangsae Thepniyai Thee Chai Dan...
17. learning | 07 Apr 2011
» Afraid their homes will soon be swallowed by the sea, about 650 families in Laem Talumpuk have demanded to be relocated.
18. learning | 20 Dec 2011
» Swollen rivers & landslides sweep thousands out to sea in the middle of the night as they sleep.
19. learning | 30 Jun 2012
» Finding a group of whales after a long search at sea is a very special sight, different from anything else.
20. learning | 23 Mar 2010
THE CHINGCHOK Hunter
» Have you ever wondered where the litter you dispose of every day goes? Certainly much of it goes into waste sites and, sadly, precious little is recycled, but a large amount makes it to the oceans.