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  • NEWS & PR

    Boosting business acumen

    Learningpost, Purich Trivitayakhun, Published on 13/07/2010

    » Suppose you were a lady aged 45 or above. How wonderful it would be if you could find a serene, natural-approach exercise centre where you could work out away from the critical eyes of the younger, hardcore fitness buffs.

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    Teens go green: Young generations hoping to make their future a greener place

    Published on 20/12/2018

    » Having their school situated right by the canal, Mr Manop Kongsak, 17 and Mr Surasak Fonghirunsiri, 17, who are both studying at Satri Phatthalung School, suffered from the sickening smell from a polluted canal which had spread all over their school as well as their community.

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    Ride-sharing services face rocky road in Japan

    Published on 17/04/2018

    » TOKYO: Japan is proving a tough market to crack for ride-sharing service providers, and not just because of regulatory barriers -- there is also a relative lack of demand in a country where taxis are safe, affordable and, in urban areas, easy to catch.

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    Singapore proposes 'Asean Smart Cities Network'

    Kyodo News, Published on 05/02/2018

    » SINGAPORE: The city-state is proposing an "Asean Smart Cities Network" aimed at improving the urban living environment and enhancing business opportunities for Southeast Asia's 630 million people, according to a document prepared for ministerial meetings being held in the city-state this week.

  • NEWS & PR

    Finally, a fun, quick way to read Thai - really!

    Learningpost, Dr B James Johnson, Published on 14/12/2010

    » If a stranger told you that there is a Namibia-born South African who has been in Thailand only fi ve years and who could teach anyone to read Thai in a weekend, would you believe her? Gary Orman is that man and he promises that his "Read Thai in a Weekend" rapid language learning method can do just that. I repeat: in just two days (actually only 12 hours when you subtract the time for long lunches and multiple coffee klatches). If this sounds incredulous to you, you are not alone.

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    The 'I' message

    Learningpost, Edward Roy Krishnan, PHD, Published on 14/12/2010

    » Most teachers know that being firm yet loving towards students is not as easy as it sounds, and that it not taught in teacher-training programmes either. The two acts are inherently paradoxical. Attempting to do both at the same time may communicate inconsistency and lead to further confusion in students. If they are not careful, teachers may give the impression that it is okay to be "moody" and to be driven by impulses. This is not what "being firm, yet loving" is all about.

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    Group effect

    Learningpost, Edward Roy Krishnan, PHD, Published on 07/09/2010

    » Making sure that students assimilate what they are taught is a major task of teachers.

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