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  • NEWS

    Rescue ends at crumbled condo, 14th body found

    Online Reporters, Published on 15/08/2014

    » The search for victims of the collapse of a condomimium under construction ended late Thursday after the recovery of two more bodies, the 13th and 14th victims, four days after the building crumbled.

  • LIFESTYLE

    Blast from the past

    Life, Vanniya Sriangura, Published on 03/03/2017

    » Vises Kaiyang's culinary legacy dates back to 1954 and it has long been a well-treasured establishment in its Bang Sue neighbourhood and across Bangkok.

  • LIFESTYLE

    Regional flavours

    Life, Vanniya Sriangura, Published on 18/09/2015

    » Leading the royal kitchen staff of King Narai, Marie Guimar was one of most prominent chefs during the Ayutthaya period.

  • LIFESTYLE

    History not as advertised

    Life, Anchalee Kongrut, Published on 29/06/2015

    » Non-fiction historical books are becoming more and more popular among Thai readers. The latest report from Publishers and Booksellers Association of Thailand (Pubat) stated that there was a rise in sales of books with historical subjects, while figures for self-help and dhamma literature were going down.

  • NEWS

    Myanmar army kills dozen ethnic rebels

    AFP, Published on 15/02/2015

    » YANGON - Around a dozen ethnic rebels have been killed in a firefight with Myanmar troops and a further eight captured after renewed clashes in northern Myanmar near the Chinese border, state media said on Sunday.

  • LIFESTYLE

    The dark side of wife

    Life, Kong Rithdee, Published on 24/10/2014

    » In Fight Club (1999), David Fincher dishes out a mockery at male machoism, the sweat-soiled, hyperbole manliness manifest through smug violence and Brad Pitt's swagger. What happened, however, was that Fincher's stylish film somehow became a trophy movie for those he aimed his sarcasm at — the macho type adores the film, which isn't that surprising given how cool it is. Flash forward to what we have this week in cinemas worldwide, Gone Girl, a thriller that's probably replicating that curious logic in pop-culture destiny. The film about the absurdity of married life, a dark warning against the cost of domestic bliss, is perhaps a perfect date movie for happy or unhappy couples, since the film's extreme satire takes cover under the sharp, highly engaging narrative and storytelling heft. It's a film worth showing at every wedding anniversary, for entertainment, yes, and to remind the participants of their parts in their own personal movies.

  • LEARNING

    History loses out to nature

    Terry Fredrickson, Published on 12/12/2011

    » Teacher Ken May has explored just about every square kilometre of Ayutthaya related to old and nearly forgotten historical sites, many of which, he sadly relates, have now been lost to the flood.

  • NEWS

    A stunned Puerto Rico seeks to rebuild after Hurricane Maria

    Associated Press, Published on 21/09/2017

    » SAN JUAN, Puerto Rico: Tens of thousands of Puerto Ricans stunned by a hurricane that crushed concrete balconies, twisted metal gates and paralyzed the island with landslides, flooding and downed trees vowed to slowly rebuild amid an economic crisis as rescue crews fanned out across the US territory Thursday.

  • NEWS

    7.1 magnitude quake rocks Mexico, kills at least 119

    Published on 20/09/2017

    » LOS ANGELES: An earthquake with a magnitude of 7.1 shook central Mexico on Tuesday, the anniversary of a deadly 1985 temblor, toppling buildings and reportedly killing at least 119 people.

  • NEWS

    Badminton court building 'to be demolished' after collapse

    Online Reporters, Published on 13/09/2017

    » The Engineering Institute of Thailand (EIT) has recommended the demolition of a collapsed badminton court building because of severe damage to the structure.

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