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    Guidebook lists Bangkok's quirky side

    Life, Published on 24/04/2012

    » Forget Lonely Planet or Fodor's guidebooks that inform and educate travellers of the best places, best prices and operation hours of venues in the City of Angels.

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    Thailand has betrayed Buddha ideals

    News, Sanitsuda Ekachai, Published on 26/04/2012

    » His name is Amnart Buasiri, he is the deputy director of the Office of National Buddhism, and his wish is to export Buddhism as a commodity _ boosting the country's international trade by converting westerners.

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    The way to go

    Life, Xiangyang Tang, Published on 23/03/2012

    » In order to be happy, American scholar and China expert Prof Stephen B. Young believes it pays to follow China's ancient teachings _ be one with nature.

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    Monks' city walk on right side of the Lord

    News, Post Reporters, Published on 05/04/2012

    » Wat Phra Dhammakaya has defended the temple's mass thudong pilgrimage through downtown Bangkok, insisting the walk by 1,500 novices and monks does not violate their code of ethics.

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    Monks make urban pilgrimage

    Lamphai Intathep, Published on 04/04/2012

    » The procession of monks from Wat Phra Dhammakaya through Bangkok's downtown areas is not against Buddhist practice, Office of National Buddhism deputy director Amnart Buasiri said on Wednesday.

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    Thai buddhism in the next decade

    Life, Phra Paisal Visalo, Published on 07/02/2012

    » Ten years ago, some observers were voicing doubts about whether the increasing popularity of meditation retreats among the middle class would just be a passing fad. What we are witnessing today has shown that the meditation retreats are still growing and steadily expanding into all sectors of the middle class.

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    Murky lead-up

    Database, Published on 01/09/2010

    » Members of the National Telecommunications Commission (NTC) turned out to be the suspicious type; the Magnificent Seven disclosed they are afraid that the companies who want to bid at the auction for 3G licences might now get together and actually share information about their prospects at the end of the month; in fact from Monday, it will be collusion, it will be a criminal offence for any of the companies to even issue a press release on what its plans might be for 3G; the companies have put in papers to pre-qualify to take part in the auction on Sept 20, along with deposits of 1.28 billion baht apiece, and that money will be seized if any company tries to share its plans with any other; the NTC has asked the Ministry of Internet Censorship in Thailand (MICT) to coordinate collusion by law enforcement agencies to make sure there is no collusion by the phone companies, top agencies called in as monitors include the DSI and Amlo - Department of Special Investigation and the Anti-Money Laundering Office.

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