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» For the urban cool, coffee has somehow become a form of luxurious indulgence -- not just a tonic to wake you up in the morning, or a kick to keep your eyes wide open in the yawning afternoon. But for Theerasit Amornsaensuk, managing director of Green Net SE, coffee drinking has a higher function still -- that of protecting forested mountains, while coffee-growing can provide a means for local villagers to coexist with their environment.
» House No.114 in Soi Damnoen Klang Tai, near Democracy Monument, was once the kind of place that gave passers-by goose-bumps. Neither painted nor decorated, the teak wood colonial-style house exuded an air of desolation. But despite its age, the foundations were strong and solid. Built in 1945 in the reign of King Rama VIII, the house belonged to the late ML Ditsaphong Noppawong Na Ayudhaya and his wife Salee.
» Rubbish disposal in Thailand can be a very dirty business, metaphorically as well as literally speaking. The recent fire at a garbage dump in tambon Phraeksa, Samut Prakan province, smouldered for days, necessitating the temporary evacuation of people living in its immediate vicinity and blanketing large swathes of eastern Bangkok in haze. And this past Sunday, another blaze erupted at a dump site in Samut Prakan, this time in Bang Phli district.
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