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    Grace among the graves

    Life, Sasiwimon Boonruang, Published on 28/03/2013

    » As a Thai of Chinese descent, Qing Ming is as important to me as Chinese New Year. While Chinese New Year is the period for celebration, Qing Ming is the day family members remember relatives who have passed away.


    Is the tablet scheme doing more harm than good?

    Life, Sasiwimon Boonruang, Published on 20/02/2013

    » It has been one year since the government launched the One Tablet Per Child scheme. We have not heard whether the government has done any assessment of the project after over 800,000 tablets were distributed nationwide to Prathom 1 students last year. Is it working or failing, and how? Do tablets help improve or encourage the learning of the children, and how?


    Ain't cabbies getting a bit choosy?

    Life, Sasiwimon Boonruang, Published on 08/01/2013

    » Long holidays are always relaxing, and for me the New Year recess was a blessing. Not because I could take a break from work, but because I was finally able to take time away from the most exhausting part of my daily routine _ hailing a taxi.


    Train of thoughtlessness

    Life, Sasiwimon Boonruang, Published on 13/11/2012

    » I still recall how I felt when travelling by BTS SkyTrain to work for the first time. I was happy and excited. It wouldn't be an exaggeration to say that other Bangkokians must have felt the same way.


    The department of youth

    Life, Sasiwimon Boonruang, Published on 30/08/2012

    » One benefit of being a journalist is that we have the chance to meet and talk with a variety of people, at any level, from the highest rank to the lowest. We talk to visionaries, business executives, IT professionals, researchers, activists, youths, and so forth. All are worthwhile and always allow me to learn new things.


    Beware getting caught on the net

    Life, Sasiwimon Boonruang, Published on 03/07/2012

    » I have no idea if there's still someone out there who uses a computer without logging on to the internet. The internet has become the "default" mode whenever we sit down in front of a terminal and press a keyboard. No matter if it's for work or pleasure, the internet has automatically become part of our daily lives. Not just for searching for information or contacting people, I buy books, browse for stuff for my kids, and book air tickets, all online. It would be more and more difficult now to find someone who's never shopped or done a transaction online.

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