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    Thai fruit thriving in Japan

    Jon Fernquest, Published on 19/04/2011

    » Thai fruit can be seen in more and more Japanese homes. TV sales channels, free trade agreements, contract farming and food safety measures have all helped this happen.

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    Mozart's Jupiter symphony should prove heavenly

    Life, Published on 11/01/2018

    » 'This music is wicked and fantastic," said that very wicked fantastic philosopher Frederic Nietzsche. He was referring to George Bizet's Carmen. And for almost 150 years, the world has agreed with him.

  • News & article

    The philanthropic photographer

    Guru, Pornchai Sereemongkonpol, Published on 22/09/2017

    » Surachai "Pui" Saengsuwan, L'Officiel Thailand's fashion editor and photographer, is known for his work in various Thai fashion magazines as well as reality competition shows such as The Face and The Face Men Thailand. But you may not know that he has been behind the lens of several photography projects to raise awareness around serious causes. He collaborated with Tom Potisit, also a well-known fashion photographer, to create "Anatomy 101" in 2015 to raise awareness on organ donation. In July last year, he created an online campaign for the Pic-A-Pet4Home shelter where he photographed handsome cadets with their canine friends to raise awareness on dog adoption. We talked to him about his latest project for Down Syndrome Hero Thailand (fb.com/downsyndromeherothailand) to de-stigmatise those who are born with the condition.

  • News & article

    Regional rail contender

    Asia focus, Prangthong Jitcharoenkul, Published on 10/10/2016

    » The rail technology leader Bombardier is seeking a stronger presence in Asia through its headquarters in Bangkok, says the company's vice-president for Asia Pacific.

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    Flowers of flame

    B Magazine, Normita Thongtham, Published on 10/04/2016

    » The Tabebuia rosea, or chompoo panthip, on Kasetsart University's Kamphaeng Saen campus in Nakhon Pathom province caused a traffic jam as it attracted people from far and near last February. The trees were planted on both sides of the road and when they dropped all their leaves, only to be blanketed by flowers all at the same time, they were a sight to behold.

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    On the hunt for the plant thieves

    B Magazine, Normita Thongtham, Published on 07/12/2014

    » Why would someone steal the world's rarest water lily? That was the question asked by Sam Knight in an article published in the British newspaper The Guardian recently. He wrote the lengthy article after the smallest water lily in the world, the Nymphaea thermarum, whose white flowers measure less than 1cm across, was stolen from — of all places — the Princess of Wales Conservatory in the Royal Botanic Gardens at Kew in London.

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    Floods: Saving fruit farms

    Jon Fernquest, Published on 28/11/2011

    » Wiped out with as little as 30% remaining, Pomelo orchards make last stand with 4 km long 4,000 bag big bag barrier & 42,000 liters of fuel + 100 pumps to save the fruit trees that remain.

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    METI and DITP shed new light on garment innovation

    By prnews, Created on: 27/03/2018, Last updated on: 27/03/2018

    » [attachment=2:12ypbzhb]highlight.jpg[/attachment:12ypbzhb][b:12ypbzhb]METI and DITP shed new light on garment innovation with “Life Comfort with Tech-Wear” exhibition[/b:12ypbzhb] To promote innovation of modern Textile and Apparel and support Thailand as the Southeast Asia hub of textile industry,...

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