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    Will Nepenthes suratensis make bail?

    Life, Melalin Mahavongtrakul, Published on 24/06/2015

    » Kanchanadit district of Surat Thani province boasts a botanical uniqueness — it is a home to Nepenthes suratensis, a species of tropical pitcher plant endemic to the southern region of Thailand. An exotic, brightly coloured specimen, the plant is also a critically endangered one. Only a few hundred are currently growing in the wild in this area.

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    Carrying the weight of uncertainty

    Life, Melalin Mahavongtrakul, Published on 09/02/2015

    » Under the purple and orange hue of dawn, our bus arrived at the base of Phu Kradueng National Park in Loei province. We had our tents, sleeping bags and backpacks as we got ready to trek one of the most gruelling uphill climbs in the country — a steep slope of 5.5km to the top of this popular mountain destination, which takes anywhere from four to eight hours.

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    Dam man, he's a writer too

    Life, Published on 08/12/2014

    » Sasin Chalermlarp is secretary-general of the Seub Nakhasathien Foundation and probably the best-known conservationist at the moment. Last year he led a 300km walk to campaign against the construction of Mae Wong Dam. Last month, he led a sitting protest for the same cause in Bangkok. But not many people know that Sasin has made a mark in the literary scene. His book, Pom Tam Ngarn Hai Phi Seub (I Work For Brother Seub) won second prize in the non-fiction category the at 2014 Seven Book Awards. Sasin chats with Life about his reading list and how he intentionally imitates the style of his literary idol Seksan Prasertkul.

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