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    Regime probing anti-Prayut story

    News, Published on 08/08/2018

    » An article in the The Jakarta Post suggesting Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha does not deserve to chair Asean next year may have had a hidden agenda, Foreign Minister Don Pramudwinai said yesterday.

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    Stop the attacks, both physical and verbal

    Life, Melalin Mahavongtrakul, Published on 30/07/2018

    » Violent beating caught on camera, transgender beauty queen and gender affirming surgery, in our monthly round-up of LGBT news.


    Family first for vulnerable children, no matter what

    Asia focus, Ismira Lutfia Tisnadibrata, Published on 30/07/2018

    » Should the state be responsible for taking care of children in vulnerable condition, orphaned or not? Many believe it has a duty in some cases, such as children who have been exposed to religious extremism and terrorism or even involved by militant parents in terrorist attacks.


    Green light for Kyaukphyu

    Asia focus, Larry Jagan, Published on 30/07/2018

    » Fresh negotiations are under way to resolve the impasse that has prevented progress on the Chinese-backed Kyaukphyu megaproject for more than three years, according to Myanmar's deputy finance minister.

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    Friends, life is well worth living

    Life, Published on 01/08/2018

    » When Thai soprano Sassaya Chavalit reaches the climax of her performance at the Thailand Cultural Centre on Aug 9 -- when she hits the colossal, long top B-flat at the end of Puccini's aria Un Bel Dì, Vedremo -- the audience will have been taken on a breathtaking journey of emotional highs and lows through many of opera's most memorable moments.

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    The world united

    Life, Published on 31/07/2018

    » The Tham Luang cave rescue hit the world with a whirlwind of panic and terror. For better or for worse, Thailand was put on the global stage. The story of the 12 lost boys and their coach found its way into people's hearts, with countries all over the globe sending marines, technology and hope to Thailand. It is a story of humanity at its best. The storybook Kai Hua Ror: The World United Loak Ruam Jai Na Jai Klang Tham or roughly translated to For Laughs Edition: The World United At The Heart Of The Cave, aims to document the the positivity of this dark time. Instead of publicising the horror and fear, Kai Hua Ror is showing the unity of the world through art.

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    What they do in the shadows

    Life, Published on 31/07/2018

    » Australian photographer Constantine Korsovitis will portray one of the oldest traditions of storytelling through his documentary photography exhibition titled "A Life In Shadows" at Ratchadamnoen Contemporary Art Center from this Friday to Aug 26.


    The far corners of banking

    Business, Somruedi Banchongduang, Published on 31/07/2018

    » As the high-income market approaches saturation, Kasikornbank (KBank) is shifting its customer acquisition focus to the lower-income segment, where strong demand for financial services remains.


    Koh Mak low-carbon tourism boost

    Life, Karnjana Karnjanatawe, Published on 02/08/2018

    » The Designated Areas for Sustainable Tourism Administration (Dasta) has set aside a million baht to support low-carbon tourism on Koh Mak, Trat.


    Rodents are simply a master of taste

    News, Roger Crutchley, Published on 05/08/2018

    » There was a news report last week about the arrest on the Cambodian border of a gentleman smuggling 800kgs of dead rats. Imagine that. There are plenty of ways to make money through smuggling, but bootlegging deceased rodents is not one that immediately springs to mind.

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