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  • BUSINESS

    New campaign promotes premium grade rice

    Business, Phusadee Arunmas, Published on 27/12/2017

    » The Commerce Ministry is planning a new campaign called "Think Rice: Think Thailand", aimed at promoting the export of premium-grade rice instead of focusing on commodity grades, says Deputy Commerce Minister Chutima Bunyapraphasara.

  • NEWS

    Free schooling change plan wins praise

    News, Mongkol Bangprapa, Published on 28/04/2016

    » The proposed change in the government's 12-year free education programme set to start from the pre-school level instead of Prathom 1 (Grade 1) as laid down in the draft charter should help solve a raft of problems in education, a seminar has been told.

  • LIFESTYLE

    Retro grade

    Life, Pattramon Sukprasert, Published on 09/12/2015

    » Charoen Krung Road, Thailand's first road completed in 1864, was once a hub of prosperity, rich with money, culture and diversity. Now in 2015, the road that runs past the Old City, along the river all the way to Thanon Tok, has enjoyed an urban revival. Once home to expats, embassies, religious and ethnic communities and shophouses, the road and its many sois have now been enlivened by a younger vibe, from Maitri Chit Road near Yaowarat (Chinatown) to the galleries in mid-Charoen Krung.

  • NEWS

    Mathayom 3 students fail all five O-Net subjects

    News, Dumrongkiat Mala, Published on 26/03/2017

    » The results of the nationwide O-Net tests for students in the 9th grade, or Mathayom 3, for the 2016 academic year which came out on Saturday showed students failed all five subjects on average, according to the National Institute of Educational Testing Service (Niets).

  • BUSINESS

    At home in Asean

    Asia focus, Nareerat Wiriyapong, Published on 05/02/2018

    » The first thing that impressed me about Hideaki Iwasaki, country director for the Thailand Resident Mission of the Asian Development Bank (ADB), was his fluent English. I assumed it was the result of his educational background.

  • LIFESTYLE

    What's trending and happening this week ...

    Muse, Apipar Norapoompipat, Published on 10/12/2016

    » 1. For those who suddenly crave a tub of ice cream while couch-potatoing at home, French artisan ice cream brand Below Eleven has got you covered. Founded by French entrepreneur and long-time Bangkok resident Hervé Mouly, Below Eleven has launched an express ice cream delivery service from 3pm-10pm, seven days a week. The brand is known for its high grade and natural ingredients, with fresh cream and milk flown from Normandy, France. Must-try flavours include Tahitian Vanilla, made from 100% fresh French Tahitian vanilla beans, and their fruity sorbets, clean of all artificial flavours and colouring. Below Eleven delivers ice cream in three sizes: 85ml cup, 473ml pint and 2 litre bucket. Visit www.below11.com to order.

  • BUSINESS

    NSF eyes corporate bond growth

    Business, Wichit Chantanusornsiri, Published on 14/06/2016

    » The National Savings Fund (NSF), a voluntary pension fund for self-employed workers, plans to diversify its investment portfolio this year by putting money into investment-grade corporate bonds.

  • LIFESTYLE

    A writer of versatility and promise

    Muse, Melalin Mahavongtrakul, Published on 13/01/2018

    » When Jidanun Lueangpiansamut sat down in front of me, we had a purple book rested between us on a glass table. On its cover, a green silhouette of a timid lion stood out from a roaring crowd -- quite an appropriate design considering its title: Singto Nok Kok. The lion doesn't fit in or conform with the rest of the pack.

  • LIFESTYLE

    A sweetly sincere message movie

    Life, Published on 08/12/2017

    » It's hard for us cynical souls to walk into a movie advertised with the tagline "Choose kindness" and not shudder in trepidation. What sentimental hooey is this? What new hellish circle of cheese awaits now?

  • NEWS

    Army of homeless chefs seize control of their lives

    News, Penchan Charoensuthipan, Published on 18/09/2017

    » Kannika Pujina, a former vagabond accustomed to sleeping in public squares, found herself competing with chefs from prestigious restaurants in Bangkok this month in a cooking contest aimed at providing homeless people with career opportunities.

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