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  • OPINION

    Follow Buddha's wisdom

    News, Postbag, Published on 28/05/2017

    » In her May 25 article, "How our education sustains dictatorship", Sanitsuda Ekachai outlines clearly how the militarisation of Thai education harms not only education, infamously failing for decades, but also how the pernicious effects of the centralised command over young minds oozes out to pervade all of Thai society, to the great harm of society, politics and morals. The malaise does indeed start in the official Thai education hierarchy.

  • OPINION

    Skeletons to hide

    News, Postbag, Published on 24/05/2017

    » David James Wong in his May 11 letter, "Snouts in the trough", slams the Thai authorities for failing to captures "Boss" and blames corruption.

  • OPINION

    Microsoft Paint might be fading

    Life, James Hein, Published on 02/08/2017

    » What is the one program you can count on to be in Windows, apart from say Minesweeper? Microsoft Paint. It's the poor man's drawing tool and screen capture tool where it is as simple as Alt-Printscreen, Start-Run MSPaint, CTRL-V, Crop Marquee Select Crop, CTRL-A CTRL-C, Switch to email and CTRL–V to get something from your screen into an email (or anything else).

  • OPINION

    Giving farmers food for thought

    Life, Peerawat Jariyasombat, Published on 31/07/2017

    » The rice farming season has begun. In the next few months, when harvest period kicks off, we can expect to hear from Thai farmers complaining about the falling price of their produce.

  • OPINION

    When shortwave radio was my best friend

    News, Roger Crutchley, Published on 12/03/2017

    » After 20 years the BBC is ending its foreign-language shortwave transmissions from Nakhon Sawan after failing to renegotiate its agreement with the Thai authorities. The transmissions were directed mainly at places like Afghanistan and Pakistan where radios are sometimes still the only source of news.

  • BUSINESS

    The Korean reunification challenge

    Asia focus, Published on 17/07/2017

    » It has been a busy few months in the Korean Peninsula, not that it was ever quiet.

  • BUSINESS

    Condominium disputes: concerns for joint owners

    Business, Published on 07/07/2017

    » Condominiums have long been one of the most popular properties for people living in Thailand's big cities. The different units in a condominium are individually owned, while common properties, such as lobby areas or swimming pools, are jointly owned by the owners of individual units.

  • LIFESTYLE

    Shattering political illusions

    Life, Ariane Kupferman-Sutthavong, Published on 14/06/2017

    » Audiences that entered Tada Hengsapkul's latest Bangkok exhibition expecting nude photographs were in for a surprise.

  • LIFESTYLE

    Hanging politics on the wall

    Life, Ariane Kupferman-Sutthavong, Published on 31/05/2017

    » Art and artists aren't as detached from worldly matters as many like to think. In the past couple of years, contemporary artists have undoubtedly given form to some of the most daring and powerful expressions of our collective feelings of angst, unrest and hope -- while increasingly becoming aware of, and subject to, the restrictions on freedoms that are in place.

  • OPINION

    Under the knife

    News, Postbag, Published on 09/05/2017

    » Re: "Can you spare a dime, cash crunch hits hospitals", (Spectrum, May 7).

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