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1. learning | 11 Oct 2012
About TV & the media
» The new boss at Thai PBS explains the channel's innovative programs & how they cover important issues that for-profit TV ignores.
2. opinion | 01 May 2013
» Television has become more than just another appliance in the living room. It is a family's companion. Weekends and holidays often mean a whole day spent in front of a TV set. For those who don't subscribe to cab...
3. learning | 13 Feb 2013
» Post Today and Thai PBS are reporting this morning that 16 southern insurgents were killed in a failed early morning attach on a marine base in Bacho district of Narathiwat. A 24-hour curfew has been imposed on the area...
4. news | 28 Mar 2013
» The National Innovation Agency (NIA) is setting down standard recipes for the popular Thai dishes tom yam goong, massamun and pad thai, aiming to bring the same taste of Thai food at Thai restaurants worldwide.
5. news | 27 Mar 2013
» Prospects for Thai exports to Asean markets are not as promising as hoped, with several Thai agricultural products in a worrisome condition, according to the latest survey by the University of the Thai Chamber of Commerc...
6. learning | 14 Mar 2013
» Maggie Rosenberg, a native of Brooklyn, New York says she can’t speak Thai, but she certainly can sing Thai. Her delightful music video is making her many friends here in Thailand and we’ll use it for our “Learning Thai”...
7. business | 22 Apr 2013
» A jump in the number of tourists from China, Russia and India is likely to benefit Thai spa businesses, especially those in the dry-spa segment, says the Thai Federation of Thai Spa (TFTS).
8. learning | 28 Dec 2010
» Pirates seized a Thai cargo vessel in the Indian Ocean on Saturday, taking 27 Thai crew members hostage and creating a big challenge for the Royal Thai Navy.
9. learning | 03 Feb 2011
» "Thai hospitality, Thai food and Thai ladyboys" national treasures that make Thailand unique.
10. learning | 17 Nov 2012
Learning Thai from the news
» Spoken Thai can be even more challenging than written Thai. Here's an example that most learners would find very difficult except for the transcript/translation we have provided.