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71. learning | 26 Dec 2012
Easy English news
» Thai university footballers are coming under criticism after a video showing improper conduct by two players during a recent Thailand-Laos match was posted to YouTube. (Update: Thai captain responds)
72. learning | 22 Nov 2012
Learning Thai from Post Today
» We've read about President Obama's visit to Wat Pho in English. Now it's time for some reading practice on the same subject in Thai.
73. learning | 15 Mar 2012
» With only 3,700 wild & 4,000 captive elephants (2,300 in 135 elephant parks) in the country, this vital part of Thai heritage urgently needs protection.
74. news | 10 Oct 2013
» Walking on fire or driving a brace of swords through your cheeks may not be activities most commonly associated with vegetarianism. But for participants of one Thai festival it's the height of religious devotion.
75. learning | 21 Sep 2013
Latest sports news
» The Thai women’s volleyball team are champions of Asia after a one-sided and surprisingly easy straight-sets victory over Japan, the latest in a series of achievements that prove Thai women are second to none.
76. opinion | 23 Nov 2013
Newspaper section: News
» The Constitution Court ruling on Wednesday has averted a political crisis by sparing Pheu Thai from its worst fear of being dissolved yet again. But Thai politics is still on a dangerous rollercoaster ride with many dead...
77. business | 27 Nov 2013
» Former politician Pradit Phataraprasit plans to spend 2.35 billion baht over the next two years to upgrade Talaad Thai, the biggest wholesale market in the country.
78. learning | 04 Jul 2011
» With their election majority assured and Yingluck Shinawatra set to become Thailand's first female PM, Pheu Thai leaders have already started negotiating with possible coalition partners.
79. learning | 19 Apr 2011
» Thai fruit can be seen in more and more Japanese homes. TV sales channels, free trade agreements, contract farming and food safety measures have all helped this happen.
80. opinion | 21 Nov 2013
» It is reported there is a new English slang term being used by people in Malaysia, Hong Kong and Singapore. The phrase is "Don’t Thai to me". It means don’t lie to me or cheat me.