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  • NEWS

    PM launches 'people's  state' policy

    News, Published on 21/09/2015

    » Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha has unveiled a new strategy to build "a people's state" to bring together the state, the people and businesses for the long-term sustainable development of the country. 

  • BUSINESS

    The art of people orientation (part two)

    Business, Sorayuth Vathanavisuth, Published on 15/06/2017

    » 'Our actions reflect our inner mindset. As such, our behaviour and personal lives also change in accordance with our inner feelings. Everything starts from and depends on the state of our inner mindset."

  • NEWS

    Thai ships, planes head out to assist boat people

    Published on 26/05/2015

    » The Royal Thai Armed Forces launched an operation on Tuesday to provide humanitarian assistance to Rohingya and Bengali migrants found adrift on boar boats in the Andaman Sea.

  • OPINION

    A time for giving

    Life, Pongpet Mekloy, Published on 07/01/2019

    » 'Please don't post them," I told my wife as I saw her taking pictures of me and my sister on New Year's Eve. It was a family activity and I have no time for social media drama. People's attitudes differ. Some might be supportive, others can be nasty.

  • NEWS

    Thousands scramble to apply for 'One Million House' loans

    News, Post Reporters, Published on 24/12/2018

    » Several thousand people nationwide on Sunday scrambled to secure rights to buy new homes under the government's "One Million House" campaign, a one-day-only loan offer, which saw demand outstrip its credit line by 50 billion baht.

  • LIFESTYLE

    Diving into the cave

    Life, Kong Rithdee, Published on 09/01/2019

    » Of all the films scheduled to come out in 2019, one will return Thailand to the headlines. Various projects based on last year's dramatic rescue of the 12 Wild Boars footballers and their coach have been touted, and now a Thai film has completed principle photography and is going through post-production.

  • BUSINESS

    Year of turbulence

    Asia focus, Published on 31/12/2018

    » Two unpredictable men with weird haircuts and access to nuclear weapons had a friendly chat in Singapore -- and that was just one of the many noteworthy stories of 2018. Elsewhere in Asia, we witnessed some surprising political developments (Malaysia) and not-so-surprising ones (Cambodia), along with what seemed to be a disturbingly high number of natural disasters. Many see the latter as a manifestation of the growing impact of climate change, and it's a debate that is bound to intensify in the year ahead. Below, Asia Focus looks back on the eventful year now ending.

  • LIFESTYLE

    P is for pancake and party

    Guru, Eric E Surbano, Published on 16/11/2018

    » Pancakes are a breakfast favourite for a lot of people and they're just hands-down pretty dang delicious and awesome (if you're a pancake hater... uh, why?). But aside from that, they've also become a starting point for friendships and bonds to be made thanks to Robin Vogelaar. For the past few years, Vogelaar has travelled around the world and hosted events in different countries with a simple premise: he cooks Dutch pancakes, people meet up and eat, and have a good time. It's a simple thing yet it has gotten the attention of others that Vogelaar was able to take the TEDx stage at Abidjian, Côte d'Ivoire. On November 24, he's bringing the Dutch Pancake Party to the Big Mango. Guru spoke to him on everything pancake party.

  • OPINION

    Time for the regime to face the music

    News, Atiya Achakulwisut, Published on 30/10/2018

    » Finally, the return to democracy has begun. It's raw. It's vulgar. It's controversial. It has also unleashed a rush of polarised opinions. Police are gunning to outlaw it as more people flock to view it online, with over 21 million on YouTube for the music video in question as of yesterday mid-afternoon.

  • LIFESTYLE

    The sweet sounds of Thailand

    Brunch, Suthon Sukphisit, Published on 28/10/2018

    » A dramatic story of loud bell ringing at a temple in Bangkok's Bang Kholaem district reported earlier this month is a reminder that man-made noises are closely associated with Thai culture. Noises are made for a reason regardless of form. Noises surround Thai people despite changes in society and the environment.

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