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    Gone with the water

    Life, Apipar Norapoompipat, Published on 21/09/2018

    » In the past two weeks, regulars to one of Chinatown's most iconic street food stalls, Khao Gaeng Jek Pui (Jek Pui Curry), may have noticed something a little different. In the usually impenetrable line of red stools, where hungry locals sit to eat their curry-topped-rice sans table, there is a gap. The perpetually closed green wooden doors of the Eah Seng building -- in front of which Jek Pui's stall has been operating for seven decades and which is a common representation of Chinatown in street photography -- is now open.

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    Sometimes less is more

    Life, Yvonne Bohwongprasert, Published on 18/09/2018

    » Nitcharee Pen-eakchanasak lost both her legs in an MRT accident in Singapore eight years ago. But it is projects like "Less Is More: Short Film Production By Young Persons With Disabilities" that play an integral part in helping her prove her worth and showcase her hidden talents and passion for the art of cinema.

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    Ghosts of various stripes

    Life, Kong Rithdee, Published on 14/09/2018

    » Refugees, human-trafficking and a ravenous ghoul show the real and fantastical facets of Thailand in the movies showing this week at the Toronto International Film Festival.

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    Historical recovery

    Life, Karnjana Karnjanatawe, Published on 13/09/2018

    » Laterite bricks were stacked up in three layers. The total height is about 3m. At first glance, it looks like a wall of any ancient ruins.

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    Strangers in a strange land

    Life, Published on 11/09/2018

    » In a quiet fishing village in the South, an unknown man is found in a forest. He has no identity, neither name nor voice, and a young fisherman takes him in.

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    Fast & precarious

    Life, Pongpet Mekloy, Published on 06/09/2018

    » My heart was filled with excitement as the door of the gondola lift closed and the cable car was slowly leaving the station, taking me, my friend Kent and our downhill bikes up the slope to the trailheads 1,780m above sea level. We had planned this trip for more than half-a-year, and it's happening. A few minutes from now, we would be riding the famous trails of Fujimi, in one of Japan's largest bike parks.

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    A royal success story

    Life, Published on 06/09/2018

    » Royal projects are always located far from cities and in more remote areas. Lam Pathia Reservoir in Buri Ram's Lahan Sai district is a prominent example. The reservoir is about 90km south of the city and close to the border between Thailand and Cambodia.

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    Glam fest at Tiffany's

    Life, Melalin Mahavongtrakul, Published on 05/09/2018

    » The dressing room was in absolute chaos.

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    On the run with Toon again

    Life, Melalin Mahavongtrakul, Published on 31/08/2018

    » On Dec 25 last year, the entire nation cheered on Artiwara "Toon" Kongmalai as he crossed the finish line in Mae Sai, the northernmost district of the country. It was the completion of his much-celebrated, and much-debated, 55-day charity run to raise funds for 11 public hospitals. The "Kao Kon La Kao" project covered a distance of 2,215km, starting from the country's southern tip in Betong, Yala, and arriving up north in Mae Sai, Chiang Rai. Over 1 billion baht was raised from the run.

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    A region of diverse cultures

    Life, Pichaya Svasti, Published on 30/08/2018

    » After over a decade of unrest in the Deep South, violence occurs less often and authorities hope to attract tourists to some areas where the situation is under control. One of several routes being promoted by the Tourism Authority of Thailand (TAT) is the Narathiwat-Betong-Pattani route, along which tourists can appreciate beautiful nature and diverse cultures, learn about royal projects and enjoy shopping.

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