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    Too much Pali

    Oped, Postbag, Published on 17/05/2022

    » Re: "Sex, money and monkhood don't mix", (Opinion, May 12). Your columnist Sanitsuda Ekachai writes, " A monk's education focuses only on rote-learning of the ancient Pali texts, forsaking spiritual training and the goal of monkhood -- spiritual liberation." This is a point I have been stressing throughout the 18 years that I have been a monk in Thailand.

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    Schools are finally back

    Oped, Editorial, Published on 17/05/2022

    » Today schools reopen nationwide. After two tumultuous years of living with the pandemic, students in all of the country's 35,000 schools will return to physical classes -- learning directly from teachers and playing with friends.

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    Conversations through art

    Life, Punsita Ritthikarn, Published on 03/05/2022

    » Following Jim Thompson Art Center's Cold War exhibition series "Shadow Dancing: Where Can We Find a Silver Lining In Challenging Times?" is a second chapter, which depicts the socio-political, economic and cultural scenario of Taiwan and Thailand in the post-World War II period.

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    Helping young people help themselves

    Life, Yvonne Bohwongprasert, Published on 02/05/2022

    » As a youth leader for pre-teens and young adults from dysfunctional lower-middle-class families, *Phorn often goes to great lengths to bring a sense of normalcy into the young lives under her care to help them reach their potential in life.

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    Moving on up

    Life, Suwitcha Chaiyong, Published on 02/05/2022

    » The Mango Art Festival is returning for its second year at River City Bangkok from Tuesday until Sunday. Phathaiwat Changtrakul, artistic director and co-founder of the festival, said it aims to showcase talents of Thai people.

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    PREPARING HUMAN RESOURCES FOR THE NEW ERA

    Published on 28/04/2022

    » With its need for a more skilled and technology-oriented workforce, the technological revolution is reshaping the labour market across the world. Building on its remarkable progress in expanding access to education among the population, the Thai government is now focusing on upgrading the country’s human resource skills to meet these new demands from the business world of today and tomorrow.

  • News & article

    Netherlands Embassy and horticulture leaders firm up ‘Horti Asia 2022’ details

    Published on 26/04/2022

    » The Netherlands Embassy, in collaboration with VNU Asia Pacific and DLG Thai, co-organised a press conference to announce Horti Asia under the theme “Challenge & Solution for Asia Horticultural business.” The event was held on 25 April 2022 at the residence of the Netherland’s Ambassador who delivered welcome remarks, followed by pitch presentations from seven companies sharing different knowledge from various perspectives.

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    Easing of entry rule in focus

    News, Mongkol Bangprapa, Published on 22/04/2022

    » The Centre for Covid-19 Situation Administration (CCSA) will today discuss a proposal to further ease the country's Covid-19 restrictions.

  • News & article

    From royal roots to a modern city

    Life, Pattarawadee Saengmanee, Published on 21/04/2022

    » As Bangkok blows its birthday candles today, many historical sites including the Grand Palace, Bangkok National Museum, Santi Chai Prakan Park, City Pillar Shrine, Wat Bowon Niwet Vihara and Sala Chalermkrung Royal Theatre have transformed into fun entertainment venues for the "240th Anniversary of the Foundation of Rattanakosin", running until Sunday.

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    SEAC unveils 2022'S HOTTEST HUMAN SOFT SKILLS for the new world of work with perspectives from leading personnel professionals

    Published on 19/04/2022

    » SEAC, Thailand’s most innovative and dedicated Lifelong Learning Center with unique learning experiences and world-class training courses under the vision of ‘Empower Lives through Learning’ to empower all Thai people to live a better life, organised an online seminar THE SKILLSVERSE: 2022’S HOTTEST HUMAN SOFT SKILLS to unveil the most important ‘Human Soft Skills in 2022’ for corporate people to enhance the capability of leaders, personnel professionals and working professionals at all levels to get ready to adapt to new changes in the age of disruption and keep up with the future world.

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