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1. learning | 22 Mar 2011
» Thais have been very generous in collecting donations for the relief effort in Japan, and it appears there are many Thai expats in Japan who need help as well.
2. lifestyle | 12 Apr 2013
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» Is it just us, or have buffets become a guilty pleasure for you too? With all the stress and pressure of putting out the weekly magazine you're holding, it's so much easier to run to a buffet place every weekend ...
3. news | 01 May 2013
» A man suspected of torching motorcyles in order to "relieve stress" was arrested by police on Tuesday.
4. learning | 24 Oct 2011
Easy English news
» Stress levels are high among residents of Nonthaburi's Bang Bua Thong and Ban Yai districts who are trying cope with chest-high water, little food, dead bodies and live crocodiles.
5. learning | 02 Nov 2010
» The massive flood relief packaged approved by the government doesn't take into account the storm damage now occurring in the South.
6. learning | 16 Dec 2011
» The distribution of relief supplies was problematic, communications with the public often poor, but as the Flood Relief Operations Command (Froc) winds down, people who worked for it are proud of the contribution they ma...
7. learning | 27 Jul 2012
About health & crime
» 200 drug addicts escaped from drug rehab center in Krabi after teachers, caregivers & counselors allegedly beat 3 patients to death.
8. learning | 08 Aug 2011
» Development of new antibiotics cannot keep pace with speed of drug resistance. Hospitals especially risky places.
9. learning | 29 Feb 2012
About the law
» UN drug enforcement org (INCB) worried only that rule of law upheld in any new war on drugs, neutral on death penalty.
10. learning | 09 Sep 2011
» Ya ice has become the favourite drug of young abusers, partly because it is mistakenly thought to be safer than ya baa.