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    Air purifier rush as smog shrouds northern China

    AFP, Published on 24/02/2014

    » Dangerous smog which has blighted swathes of northern China in recent days has prompted a spike in air purifier sales, local media reported Monday, as pollution continued to shroud Beijing.

  • NEWS

    Making your home smog-proof

    Life, Tatat Bunnag, Published on 11/02/2019

    » Although it looks like the PM2.5 crisis has subsided in Bangkok and nearby areas, it is still predicted that a slight increase in air pollution will return again by the middle of this month. Hopefully, the toxic haze should dissolve around March and April. Yet areas outside Bangkok especially in such northeastern provinces as Nakhon Ratchasima and Khon Kaen are still being severely hit by the hazardous smog as of now.

  • AUTO

    Toyota Camry 2.5 G (2018) review

    Richard Leu, Published on 06/12/2018

    » The all-new 2.5-litre petrol engine looks great on paper, but can it deliver in the real world?


    LG's air conditioner sales surge by 23%

    Business, Published on 19/02/2019

    » LG Electronics saw sales of air conditioners in Thailand grow 23% in 2018, reflecting a fast-growing market, says Nipon Wongsaengarunsri, marketing director of LG Electronics (Thailand).


    Indian 'ghost schools' expose failures of state system

    Asia focus, Narendra Kaushik, Published on 21/05/2018

    » Perched on a hill and painted snow white, the government primary school in Shuklapur, a small hamlet on the outskirts of Dehradun, the capital of Uttarakhand state, looks majestic.


    BMA blowing hot air about toxic city haze

    News, Anchalee Kongrut, Published on 23/02/2018

    » I had never believed air pollution can kill, until I spent a year living in Beijing. The year was 2013. Notably, it was a time the city was known for its "airpocalypse", a moniker used by foreign media to describe severe air pollution in China.


    The desolation of smog

    Guru, Eric E Surbano, Published on 25/01/2019

    » The first month of 2019 has been completely obscured by the hazy descent of smog upon the Big Mango and while Bangkokians are no strangers to pollution, it seems that this may be worse than before. Each morning, we wake up to a smog-infested skyline and step out into the streets breathing in fresh pollution speckled with PM2.5 dust particles, which are dangerous and fine (size-wise, not hotness-wise). Pollution Control Department director-general Pralong Damrongthai said that this may last for another month or two -- with ups and downs -- and the PCD has admitted that spraying water into the air doesn't really help (but it's so much fun so let's continue). Expect Bangkok to look post apocalyptic for a while. But fear not dear readers, we are looking out for you. We've done our research (it's never too late) and we've got a few protips on how to survive the haze.


    LG banking on living space solutions

    Business, Pitsinee Jitpleecheep, Published on 19/03/2019

    » Technology has disrupted many businesses, but LG Electronics Inc has embraced it to keep abreast of rapid changes in consumer demand.


    Unholy high rollers inspire leap away from faith

    Brunch, Andrew Biggs, Published on 30/06/2013

    » Thailand is reeling with yet another monk in designer clothing scandal. A monk flew on a private jet to Europe for a shopping spree. Then he made a TV ad for an air purifier. Not bad for a guy who's taken a vow of poverty and whose wardrobe consists of three saffron robes; why go all the way to Paris to buy those?


    Ball's funeral 'ticket' blues. Kong's a liar, but no thief

    News, Mae Moo, Published on 28/04/2019

    » Former Bangkaew singer Pongpet "Ball" Sinsuwan is threatening to escalate his dispute with the father of his dead girlfriend after he warned him away from the young woman's pending funeral in a row over supposed "hush" money.

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