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» 1. On Sunday, the Bangkok Publishing Residence bed-and-breakfast on Lan Luang Road -- in collaboration with Jazz Happens and Sri Trat restaurant -- will host Thai soul artist Rasmee Isan Soul for one night only. Tickets include a meal and three drinks from Sri Trat, with a bonus chance to earn a two-night's stay at the Bangkok Publishing Residence in a lucky draw. Early-bird tickets cost 2,500 baht, while tickets at the door will cost 2,900 baht. To make reservations, call 02-282-0288, 086-836-9341 or 081-780-6229.
» Can you imagine, Thailand's economy was once recognised by World Bank as the fastest-growing in the world? As tough as it is for younger generations to comprehend, those older than 35 remember a better, more hopeful time for Thailand, tipped to become the Fifth Tiger of Asia, poised to join Hong Kong, Singapore, South Korea and Taiwan as Asia's leading economies. Our national economy grew 8-13% annually for a decade between 1985 to 1996, and the income of the average Thai citizen was three times that of someone in China.
» With traffic often crawling to standstills on the busy Bangkok streets, motorcycle taxis have become a necessary alternative for the population, especially during rush hours. But calling a motorcycle taxi in this city is not always easy, especially if there isn't a motorbike taxi station in the area.
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