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    Oris Hangang Limited Edition

    Published on 14/08/2020

    » Oris continues its mission to bring Change for the Better by partnering with Seoul KFEM, part of the Korea Federation for Environmental Movements


    Dirty factories under watch

    News, Post Reporters, Published on 13/08/2020

    » The Industry Ministry has ordered its agencies to take legal action against factories that break the law and put public health and the environment at risk.

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    A new leaf

    Life, Melalin Mahavongtrakul, Published on 29/07/2020

    » Spending months in lockdown at home has seen a rise in people's desire to brighten their living spaces with indoor plants, the latest fad in home decoration. With their heralded properties including air purification, increased oxygen levels and catching fine dust, these greens are a perfect addition to any home. Their beautiful leaves are also must-have items for Instagrammers.

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    Holding on to happiness

    Life, Suwitcha Chaiyong, Published on 15/07/2020

    » Suwannee Sarakana realised the uncertainty of happiness at her daughter's kindergarten graduation ceremony when she bought a colourful whale-shaped balloon for her six-year-old. Unfortunately, the balloon slipped out of her daughter's hand.


    Preserve, don't vandalise

    News, Postbag, Published on 12/07/2020

    » Re: "Preserve our heritage, don't leave it to rot", (Opinion, July 11).


    Common ticket vows fall flat

    News, Editorial, Published on 14/06/2020

    » Earlier this month, Prime Minister General Prayut Chan-o-cha inaugurated a 4.3-kilometre extension of the BTS Skytrain from Kasetsart University to the Royal Forest Department. The event was marked with official fanfare but city residents had little reason to cheer. Over the past year, various extensions have sprung across the city connecting commuters from all corners to the mass transit system. However, transit operators have not been able to get one crucial thing right -- introducing a robust common ticketing system.

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    Allergies: a long standing infirmity but still part of the ‘New Normal’

    Published on 11/06/2020

    » Allergies are becoming more frequent in many countries around the world. According to the Allergy, Asthma and Immunology Association of Thailand, the rate of Thai children with allergies is as high as 30% and about 20% with adults. At present, there are 3-4 more times more people suffering from allergies than there were 10 years ago.


    New normal lifestyle by Daikin

    Published on 19/05/2020

    » Siam Daikin Sales Co., Ltd. reveals that Daikin, the world’s leader in air conditioning technology, values the importance of health and wellbeing of Thai people, especially now with the new normal lifestyle that restricts people to spend more time at home.


    DKSH and Loxley test BYD electric van

    Business, Published on 18/05/2020

    » DKSH Thailand, a provider of market expansion services in Asia, has partnered with Loxley Plc to trial the use of BYD's T3 100% electric van at DKSH's Bang Na distribution centre to tackle air pollution and promote zero-emission solutions.

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    Modern classics

    Life, Suwitcha Chaiyong, Published on 13/05/2020

    » Amid the air pollution crisis and the coronavirus pandemic, artist Terdtanwa Kanama depicts surgical masks as a new necessity, especially in one of his paintings titled Scramble where he drew an angel donning a mask while crying. Adding his voice is Arunsak Paopuree, whose painting Rainy Day takes viewers back to a time before the novel coronavirus outbreak and the PM2.5 conundrum. Arunsak's collection tells stories of a serene life in countryside surrounded with an abundance of beautiful nature.

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