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  • WORLD

    Fighting coronavirus, dreaming of Olympics: meet Japan's boxing nurse

    AFP, Published on 09/07/2020

    » TOKOROZAWA (JAPAN) - Olympic boxing hopeful Arisa Tsubata is used to taking blows in the ring but it is during her work as a nurse that she faces her toughest opponent: coronavirus.

  • BUSINESS

    WHAT FRIENDS ARE FOR

    Published on 03/07/2020

    » In times like we’ve been having since Covid-19 broke cover in January, you learn who your real friends are

  • LIFE

    What friends are for

    Special Publications, Published on 03/07/2020

    » Among the hardest hit of all sectors, upscale restaurants and bars were sent reeling. From mid-March all outlets were forced to close to prevent further spread of the virus and have only been permitted to re-open, subject to stringent sanitization restrictions, from 1 July 2020.

  • LIFE

    Banking on future surrealism

    Life, Yvonne Bohwongprasert, Published on 01/07/2020

    » Perseverance, dedication and hard work have contributed to the success that Nalada Taechanarong has had with taking Xumiiro, a video-centric Bangkok gallery, from strength to strength.

  • OPINION

    Working dream becomes a nightmare

    Oped, Paskorn Jumlongrach, Published on 28/05/2020

    » Surin Pimpa and Sa-nguan Khunsong, now in their 60s, have spent most of their lives on a production line at Capital Rayon, a textile company based in Nakhon Pathom. Together, with fellow workers, they have produced countless socks for the company.

  • OPINION

    Press provides antidote to 'fake news' epidemic

    Oped, Published on 23/05/2020

    » Disinformation, misinformation, "fake news", hoaxes and inaccurate, distorted content -- whichever term you prefer -- is not a new phenomenon. The historical record traces at least as far back as Roman times. The difference now is that digital technology and social media spreads disinformation at an unprecedented speed and reaches wider audiences far beyond the traditional limitations of distance.

  • LIFE

    Your horoscope for 15-21 May

    Guru, Chaiyospol Hemwijit, Published on 15/05/2020

    » Your spot-on horoscope for work, money, couples & singles from the Bangkok Post's famously accurate fortune teller. Let's see how'll you fare this week & beyond!

  • LIFE

    How to pass time at home during the holidays

    Life, Melalin Mahavongtrakul, Published on 30/04/2020

    » After much speculation and confusion, the verdict is in. Our May holidays remain in place, but we have been discouraged from leaving our homes. Oh, the plethora of choices we have. What to do? I guess we could binge-watch TV series, eat and sleep, or do a combination of the three as they have seeped and blended into one long sequence that is interspersed with work over the past month. So if we're forced to be at home, what are some ways we can spend a long holiday in quarantine? Let's find out.

  • S WEEKLY

    TEST YOURSELF: Healing harmonies

    Gary Boyle, Published on 24/04/2020

    » Musicians sing through difficult times

  • LIFE

    Let me entertain you

    Guru, Eric E Surbano, Published on 24/04/2020

    » Welcome to the nth week of quarantine! The good news is we're still here. The bad news is "here" is getting a little too boring for our tastes. Oh, the joys of being able to café hop along Thong Lor, watch a movie in a cinema or maybe just stroll mindlessly around Siam.

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