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  • LIFE

    Gatekeepers of history

    Life, Suwitcha Chaiyong, Published on 07/06/2021

    » Conservator Patcharaporn Niamsoi examines the condition of a painting that was damaged due to shrapnel from a chemical plant explosion in Beirut, Lebanon. The artwork had been sent to the SAC Conservation Lab at SAC Gallery for treatment.

  • WORLD

    Stink bug eats into Lebanon's 'white gold' pine nut trade

    AFP, Published on 04/06/2021

    » QSAYBEH, Lebanon: The scenic region of Mount Lebanon has long produced pine seed, a regional delicacy, but harvests have collapsed amid an exotic insect infestation experts say is accelerated by climate change.

  • WORLD

    Allergic to seafood? Don't eat swarming cicadas, US warns

    AFP, Published on 03/06/2021

    » WASHINGTON - Multiple recipes featuring cicadas have surfaced in the United States as billions of the bugs emerge from 17 years underground, prompting authorities to warn the hungry and curious to think twice before taking a bite.

  • THAILAND

    Because there is no Planet B

    Published on 01/06/2021

    » Central Pattana invites all to join global mission to create #BetterPlanet, reinforcing its position as Thailand’s global player in sustainability

  • BUSINESS

    Going where the market takes you

    Business, Phusadee Arunmas, Published on 29/05/2021

    » 'You are what you eat." This expression has been familiar for a long time, but people are becoming more health-conscious recently, in part because the pandemic has driven global interest in food quality and nutrients to help prevent Covid-19 infection.

  • WORLD

    Cicada sushi, anyone? US chef serves up sustainable delicacy

    AFP, Published on 25/05/2021

    » WASHINGTON: After 17 years underground, swarms of cicadas are emerging across the eastern United States -- and for one Washington chef, the rare bug invasion was his cue for a cookout, with a side of food ethics.

  • WORLD

    Invasive species costing Africa $3.66 tn a year: study

    AFP, Published on 20/05/2021

    » PARIS - Invasive species introduced by human activity are costing African agriculture some $3.66 trillion every year -- around 1.5 times the combined gross domestic product of all African countries -- new research showed Thursday.

  • THAILAND

    Lumpy cow skin disease spreads to 18 provinces

    News, Post Reporters, Published on 09/05/2021

    » The Department of Livestock Development is seeking a vaccine for a lumpy skin disease found spreading across the kingdom's cattle population, said Sorravis Thaneto, director-general of the department.

  • WORLD

    US braces for billions of cicadas to emerge after 17 years underground

    AFP, Published on 07/05/2021

    » WASHINGTON: Some are waiting for their arrival with trepidation, others are curious what they might taste like: Americans are swapping tips on how best to weather the storm when billions of cicadas soon emerge after 17 years underground.

  • LIFE

    Against the currents

    Life, Published on 21/04/2021

    » Through disasters, a fellowship was struck. Ormboon Thipsuna remembers the date well, Aug 12, 2008, when a deluge of water from the Mekong swept through her hometown of Nong Khai and seven riparian northeastern provinces. Considering the rainfall was rather small and the Mekong's gradual seasonal pace of fluctuations, many locals believed the sudden mega-flood, at times water levels went up as high as 13m, was caused by China's dams upstream. Importantly, Ormboon got to know Niwat Roykaew, aka "Kru Tee", founder of the Rak Chiang Khong group based in Chiang Rai province.

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