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  • NEWS

    Our top 10 stories in a year that will be hard to forget

    Spectrum, Published on 25/12/2016

    » Over the past year 'Spectrum' has reported a wide range of issues to give readers valuable insights. Our reporter ambushed the monk who helped Leicester City to their shock English Premier League title to get an exclusive. Another reporter blended in with Chinese yuppies in the new business district of Bangkok to find out why they decided to migrate to Thailand. Two reporters did a series of stories on the Tiger Temple by hanging out with the veterinarian, monks and national park officers to listen to all sides. We were determined to find the truth. Last month we also went up to Chiang Mai to talk to Hmong girls wrongly accused of stealing a British tourist's watch. Here are the top 10 stories in another exciting year of reporting.

  • NEWS

    Supreme court jails Sondhi for 20 years

    News, Nattaya Chetchotiros, Published on 07/09/2016

    » Former leaders of the yellow-shirt People's Alliance for Democracy (PAD) have insisted their supporters will carry on the spirit of sacrifice of its former key movement leader and founder Sondhi Limthongkul following a Supreme Court ruling against him.

  • BUSINESS

    Venturing beyond the dotcom universe

    Business, Suchit Leesa-nguansuk, Published on 26/04/2017

    » The startup trend continues to pick up steam. For every entrepreneurial venture, one primary mission is to find an investor confident enough in its potential to provide funding.

  • BUSINESS

    Decisive and diversified

    Asia focus, Umesh Pandey, Published on 24/04/2017

    » Many critics wrote off Kumar Mangalam Birla when he took the helm of one of India's leading businesses as a 28-year-old rookie. But the reviews in recent years have been mostly positive for the man who has helped build a conglomerate that is among the world leaders in the fields in which it operates.

  • BUSINESS

    Two-year report: Could do better

    Business, Post Reporters, Published on 23/05/2016

    » After setting up the National Council for Peace and Order on May 23, 2014, Gen Prayut Chan-o-cha announced an ambitious mission: to "return happiness to the country" through economic, social and political reforms.

  • LEARNING

    "The uncle faces 20 years in jail"

    Terry Fredrickson, Published on 24/11/2011

    » A 61-year-old man gets a long jail sentence for sending four text messages considered offensive to HM the Queen.

  • LEARNING

    20 years and still counting

    Terry Fredrickson, Published on 16/09/2010

    » It has been 20 years since the crimes against Saudis were committed, so why are Thai-Saudi relations still at the breaking point?

  • LEARNING

    Never too old to learn

    Terry Fredrickson, Published on 17/08/2012

    » Here is a story that may bring tears to your eyes even though it is a happy one – about a 28-year old first-grader who is fulfilling her dream to learn to read. Includes video.

  • LIFESTYLE

    What's trending and happening this week

    Muse, Apipar Norapoompipat, Published on 22/04/2017

    » 1. Gone are the days where we had to buy bulky and expensive photo-gear to take stunning pictures. With the right lighting, composition and techniques, mobile phones can now do the trick. Thus, as part of Polish Arts and Culture Week, the Centre for European Studies of Chulalongkorn University is hosting a presentation and workshop on mobile photography by Grupa Mobilni -- a mobile-photography group from Poland. The event will feature a presentation and workshop by Kamil Kawczyński, a moderator and member of Grupa Mobilni, and a presentation on an ongoing contest, "What Would Conrad Say?". The event is free and takes place on April 26 at 3pm in Room 801 of Chulalongkorn's Chaloem Rajakumari 60 Building. For more information, go to the Facebook page for Central and Eastern European studies at Chulalongkorn University.

  • OPINION

    BBC not very convincing about station

    News, Erich Parpart, Published on 13/03/2017

    » Even though the government has insisted it was the BBC's own decision to not renew the 20-year lease of a major shortwave broadcast station for Asia in Nakhon Sawan, many see it as the latest jab that the junta has carefully landed on the face of the British broadcaster.

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