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  1. 61. news | 31 Dec 2014

    Hong Kong culls 19,000 birds amid avian flu alert

    By AFP

    » Hong Kong culled thousands of chickens Wednesday after the potentially deadly H7N9 bird flu virus was discovered in poultry imported from China, days after a woman was admitted to hospital with the disease.

  2. 62. learning | 30 Sep 2014

    Hong Kong protests continue – peacefully

    Hong Kong protests

    By Terry Fredrickson

    » The protests continue in Hong Kong, but the situation has calmed considerably. But for how long? That is the question on everyone's minds today.

  3. 63. learning | 23 Sep 2014

    School's out in Hong Kong

    Hong Kong protest

    By Terry Fredrickson

    » Hong Kong students on Monday began a week-long boycott of classes, gathering in their thousands for what democracy activists say will be a wider campaign of civil disobedience against China's refusal to grant the ci...

  4. 64. learning | 26 Jul 2012

    Police Chief under fire for Hong Kong trip

    General news

    By Terry Fredrickson

    » National police chief Priewpan Damapong has come under fire after leaving the country to meet fugitive former prime minister Thaksin Shinawatra in Hong Kong.

  5. 65. learning | 08 Nov 2010

    Tourism lagging Singapore and Hong Kong

    About business

    By Jon Fernquest

    » Hotel occupancy has slipped this year in Thailand despite lower room rates than rival Singapore and Hong Kong.

  6. 66. learning | 13 May 2013

    reptile

    Words in the news

    By Terry Fredrickson

    » any animal that has cold blood and skin covered in scales, and that lays eggs, e.g., snakes, crocodiles, etc. สัตว์เลื้อยคลาน

  7. 67. learning | 14 Oct 2011

    Poisonous floodwater animals

    About floods

    By Jon Fernquest

    » With floods come poisonous snakes, insects & even crocodiles. In this watery world, humans must be very careful.

  8. 68. learning | 24 Aug 2010

    Aliens among us

    THE CHINGCHOK Hunter

    By David Canavan, Newspaper section: Learningpost

    » I have just returned from a visit to Chiang Mai, where I ventured into the forest looking for snakes, gibbons and other interesting wildlife. While there, a guide pointed out green tea plants, originally from India, plan...

  9. 69. news | 20 Feb 2015

    Suvarnabhumi ready for take-off

    By Boonsong Kositchotethana, Newspaper section: Business

    » The long-overdue expansion of Suvarnabhumi airport, which was delayed for scrutiny after last year's May 22 coup, is now back on track.

  10. 70. news | 10 Feb 2015

    Suvarnabhumi noise lawsuit tossed

    By Mongkol Bangprapa

    » The Central Administrative Court on Tuesday threw out a lawsuit filed by residents living near Suvarnabhumi airport who sought a ban on night-time flights and compensation for noise pollution.

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