@Thailand

STARTING DATE: 11 Jan 2020

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TOTAL UPDATE: 11 STORIES

A weekly column about various culture, lifestyle, knowledge related to Thai people.

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Sustainable model of Phuket community bears fruit

The coastal village of Ban Bang Thao Choeng Thale has been able to successfully implement the self-sufficiency concept through product sales and tourism.

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11 Jan 2020

Cheers to cheese

With Thai buffaloes now at risk of being expelled from the annals of agricultural history, conservationists have stepped up to preserve this native breed.

11 Jan 2020 4
Cheers to cheese
21 Dec 2019

Refuge for body and soul

Patients struggling to find accommodation receive helping hand from nearby temple.

21 Dec 2019 6
Refuge for body and soul
14 Dec 2019

Endangered peafowl find haven in Phayao

Human intervention is pushing the green peafowl towards extinction -- but it could also be key to the survival of these beautiful birds.

14 Dec 2019 1
Endangered peafowl find haven in Phayao
7 Dec 2019

Fruit of the organic bloom

Kittiwat Wasuratdechapong looks back at his chemically treated orange orchards, which left him in financial ruin, with despair.

7 Dec 2019 3
Fruit of the organic bloom
30 Nov 2019

Honing tourism with blades fired in tradition

Local knifesmiths in Ban Fai Mun in the country's north are providing an example of how to spur the economy without damaging heritage.

30 Nov 2019 4
Honing tourism with blades fired in tradition
23 Nov 2019

Museum goes its own sweet way

Thai sweets have long held a special place in gastronomical culture and now they are honoured with a dedicated museum midway between Bangkok and the seaside district of Hua Hin in Prachuap Khiri Khan.

23 Nov 2019 1
Museum goes  its own sweet way
16 Nov 2019

A needle in time on the health firing line

Inserting a needle into a patient to attach an intravenous (IV) drip may look like a simple task, but getting it right is a matter of life or death.

16 Nov 2019 11
A needle in time on the health firing line
9 Nov 2019

Communities turn giant savers

Conservationists put residents in Chiang Mai and Lamphun on road to preserving famed 'yang naa' trees.

9 Nov 2019 4
Communities turn giant savers
26 Oct 2019

Novelist Botan’s writings strike a chord

Supa Sirisingh’s no-nonsense approach to life has helped her pen books which explore the depths of human emotions, earning her praise from readers across generations.

26 Oct 2019
Novelist Botan’s writings strike a chord