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    Scotch Kitz

    By prnews, Created on: 13/06/2018, Last updated on: 13/06/2018

    » [attachment=0:cs079nem]1.jpg[/attachment:cs079nem] [b:cs079nem]Sompoch Chavalvechakul[/b:cs079nem], Marketing Director Scotch Industrial (Thailand) Co., Ltd. hosted the press conference for new product launching “Scotch Kitz” – the essence of chicken with melon & chocolate favored milk....

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    “Scotch Kitz”

    By prnews, Created on: 13/06/2018, Last updated on: 13/06/2018

    » [b:1g8ynt1d]“Scotch Kitz”[/b:1g8ynt1d] [attachment=0:1g8ynt1d]Photo Caption Grand Opening new favored of Scotch Kitz .JPG[/attachment:1g8ynt1d][b:1g8ynt1d]Sompoch Chavalvechakul[/b:1g8ynt1d], Marketing Director Scotch Industrial (Thailand) Co., Ltd. hosted the press conference for new product...

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    Thousands present for late King's ascent to heaven

    News, Published on 28/10/2017

    » Thousands of Thais at Sanam Luang and the park's surrounding areas were seen weeping as smoke rose from the royal crematorium on Thursday night, signifying the beloved late King Bhumibol Adulyadej's final ascent to the heavens.

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    Power Outage Announcement May 12 - 16, 2017

    By prnews, Created on: 12/05/2017, Last updated on: 12/05/2017

    » [b:e6tkupvd]Metropolitan Electricity Authority has the plan to maintain and improve the electricity distribution system. We have to temporarily cut off the power for security on operation process in the following areas:[/b:e6tkupvd] [b:e6tkupvd]Friday, May 12, 2017[/b:e6tkupvd] [b:e6tkupvd]Bangkok...

    • 0 replies, 3,685 views

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    A place among the dead

    Life, Anchalee Kongrut, Published on 26/07/2016

    » Cemeteries are a sanctuary for the dead and the mourners. But the Bangkok Protestant Cemetery on Charoen Krung 72/5, known as Soi Susan Farang, has been known as a tourist attraction, due to the beautiful architecture of the memorial sites and splendidly carved gravestones. The cemetery, besides being one of the oldest burial grounds that remain unaffected by the urban development of the city, has a cultural value as a testament of foreign cultures present in Thailand from the mid-19th century until the present day.

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    When the fun stops

    Life, Kanin Srimaneekulroj, Published on 18/02/2016

    » Who is to blame when a child becomes addicted to video games? Some blame the child for a lack of discipline, while others blame the government for not regulating and controlling the influx of these games. Another knee-jerk response from most adults is to place the blame on the addictive violence displayed in games, the infamous Grand Theft Auto being an oft-referenced example.

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    Philips and Xovic open its first dedicated facility

    By prnews, Created on: 07/11/2014, Last updated on: 07/11/2014

    » [b:pmoxvajw]Philips and Xovic open its first dedicated facility for advanced medical equipment training in Thailand The Learning and Experience Center” aims to address healthcare challenges in Thailand[/b:pmoxvajw] [attachment=0:pmoxvajw]1.JPG[/attachment:pmoxvajw]Bangkok, Thailand – With an...

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    Are you are a Thai Choey too?

    Veera Prateepchaikul, Published on 05/11/2013

    » The current popular uproar manifested in street protests and the countless messages posted in the social media is not just about the blanket amnesty bill.

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    men in tight brown shirts and related stories

    By fast eddy, Created on: 05/02/2009, Last updated on: 06/02/2009

    » Todya's opinion page saw a highly charged discussion on Thailand's thin brown line (well except for those in the 'oh my God it's 40 inches' weight control scheme) and their creative policing of the realm. I'm sure most of us have experienced twilight zone mini-episodes with these gentlemen and a couple...

    • sulasno commented : [quote="fast eddy":gf2c2q2p]Todya's opinion page saw a highly charged discussion on Thailand's thin brown line (well except for those in the 'oh my God it's 40 inches' weight control scheme) and their creative policing of the realm. I'm sure most of us have experienced twilight zone mini-episodes with these gentlemen and a couple of us thought it might be interesting or amusing to share our own personal experiences/kodak moments! Off the top of my head, one comes to mind when I was travelling to school from Nonthaburi to Patumwan. I was driving in the vicinity of Samsen train station when I really hit the morning commuting traffic at a set of lights. the road was running parallel with the train tracks and I was following the same direction into the heart of Bangkok. All three lanes where full of traffic and eventually we got the green light to set off. I was flagged over by a cop standing on the other side of the crossroads - along the route I was taking. He informed me that the left hand lane was for those only turning left across the tracks - not to continue straight across the junction. I pointed out that there was no sign to that effect to which he replied that the markings were painted on the road -the same one that had been covered in cars and buses tail to tail when I drew up to the lights . My protestations went unheeded and I had to pay up a 200bt fine . The problem? I only had a 500bt note and he only had 100bt change. However, in true Thai style he winked and told me to wait. He went back into the traffic and stopped another motorist, fined him two hundred baht and added that to the 100 he already had to give me my 300bt change and waved me back out into the traffic! Priceless and well worth the 200bt fine just for the story Would be interested to hear from the rest of you - it could make a good book. Cheers Fast Eddy[/quote:gf2c2q2p] hmmmmm ......................... didn't you try to bargain it down to just 100 baht (just like true Thai style) ? I had something similar; A 500 baht to pay a 100 baht "fine" told Bangkok's finest to hang on while I had to p e e (was stopped at an intersection with a petrol kiosk nearby) got change for my 500 into 5 red ones and toss one into the drawer of his table

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