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    Life in plastic, it’s fantastic

    Spectrum, Chaiyot Yongcharoenchai, Published on 31/01/2016

    » ‘Rise and shine my girl, it’s time to wake up,” Prince whispers to her daughter, as they lay next to each other on the bed. After taking a shower, Prince cleans Nong Reaksap’s face, brushes her hair into ponytails and gives her a bottle of milk and a piece of bread to eat.


    Facebook's man in Thailand

    Business, Suchit Leesa-nguansuk, Published on 12/08/2017

    » With 48 million users, Thailand is one of Facebook's top 10 countries in terms of accounts. Bangkok by itself has more Facebook users than any other city in the world.


    Great music and princess dreams

    Life, Published on 03/12/2018

    » Opera Siam is kicking off its 18th season with "The Princess Concert" that will make every little girl's dream of becoming a cartoon princess come true, at Thailand Cultural Centre, Ratchadaphisek Road, on Dec 16 at 4pm and Dec 17 at 7.30pm.

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    What happened to my dead brother?

    Spectrum, Published on 27/11/2016

    » James Hughes was found dead in a Hua Hin hotel room on Sept 6 after having disappeared on Aug 5. He was 58 and his cause of death was given as "circulatory failure". But when brother David Hughes received an autopsy report a month later, he was convinced that something major was being covered up.


    A traditional tool for the non-traditional

    Life, Napamon Roongwitoo, Published on 17/02/2015

    » Separation is hard on the couple, but it can be even harder on the kids. They are labelled children of "broken homes". They are perceived as "troubled kids". People assume that they don't get enough love and are more inclined to turn out bad. The worst part is that if the society lets such terrible assumptions continue, the kids will start to believe they are true. That can't be a good thing for our society.

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    Professor death inquiry nearly over

    News, Nanchanok Wongsamuth, Published on 04/12/2016

    » >> Hua Hin: Police plan to finish their investigation this week into the death of an American professor who had gone missing for a month in the beach resort town.


    Queen Elizabeth's 3D Christmas message

    Jon Fernquest, Published on 24/12/2012

    » For Queen's diamond jubilee cutting-edge 3D technology used to offer praise to the athletes of this year's Olympic and Paralympic Games.


    Sail away with the family

    Life, Parisa Pichitmarn, Published on 12/06/2015

    » Even if awkward silences, nosey aunties and shameless pretentiousness is part of the package, it's still hard to not accept an invitation to an all-paid-for 10-day cruise to Greece. If anything, it's the much-awaited all-star cast of Dil Dhadakne Do (Let The Heart Beat) that makes you want to tag along, even if you want no part in their drama. Using an upper crust 30th wedding anniversary as the backdrop, director Zoya Akhtar serves up a condensed trip through every type of familial problem Indian families face in just under three hours. 

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    Police say US man's death not a murder

    News, Nanchanok Wongsamuth, Published on 16/12/2016

    » Hua Hin police have concluded that the death of an American professor who had gone missing for a month in the beach town resort was not the result of a homicide.


    Nurse on holiday to the rescue

    Terry Fredrickson, Published on 04/01/2016

    » A 39-year-old nurse on holiday is receiving praise for saving the life of a middle-aged German cyclist who collapsed from an apparent heart problem on a road in Surat Thani on Saturday.

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