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    Weathering the change

    Life, Anchalee Kongrut, Published on 15/05/2013

    » Small ants carry their eggs at a certain time of the year, usually in the middle of May. For traditional farmers, the migration heralds a change of season. Within three days, rain will start to pour and farmers will till their soil and sow seeds for rice or other crops.


    Let your skin breathe

    Life, Published on 29/01/2019

    » As pollutants take their toll on our skin, Biologique Recherche (BR) encourages urbanites to step up detoxification through an intensive oxygenating treatment and skincare regime. Last year, the Paris-based company upgraded its anti-pollution skincare range for home use. This is now complemented by Soin Oxygenant VIP O2 facial treatment, launched in collaboration with Anantara Siam Bangkok Hotel.


    High time for change

    Asia focus, Erich Parpart, Published on 11/06/2018

    » At a time when public alarm is rising about the scourge of opioid abuse, many countries are taking a closer look at marijuana as a safer option for treating pain. Legalisation of medicinal marijuana is on the rise across the western world, and some countries now allow recreational use.


    High hopes

    Life, Published on 11/06/2018

    » Soon a plot of cannabis will be planted in a government field -- for research, of course, and perhaps a long overdue one.


    Skin rescue

    Life, Noko, Published on 13/09/2016

    » Whether from lack of sleep, urban pollution, climate change and even frequent travel, a crisis can periodically occur when the skin is under stress. The skin's reaction includes redness, dryness, tightness and dullness, with the unresolved irritation triggering a cascade of damage leading to etched wrinkles.


    Get lectured on saving the world

    Life, Published on 07/07/2014

    » Dr Leslie E Sponsel, author of the awarding-winning Spiritual Ecology: A Quiet Revolution, will give a public lecture on “Spiritual ecology: Is it a possible solution to the environmental crisis?” on Thursday July 10.


    Helping hands

    Life, Yvonne Bohwongprasert, Published on 17/06/2014

    » The piercing of the skin with needles, massage and the aligning of the bones is part and parcel of what Portuguese-born Dr Luis Filipe, an expert in traditional Chinese medicine (TCM), uses to restore the sick to health.


    NZ scholarships available for Thai students

    Life, Published on 06/05/2014

    » The New Zealand Aid Programme is offering four New Zealand-Asean Scholars Awards (NZ-AS) to Thai candidates for full-time postgraduate study at one of nine selected New Zealand institutions.


    A mountain to climb

    Life, Published on 26/03/2014

    » Thai climbers will have a once-in-a-lifetime chance to hike their way to the summit of the tallest free-standing mountain in the world in July.


    Making the welcome Warmer

    Life, Published on 22/01/2014

    » 'Does it matter if a bird goes extinct?" someone asked not long before the opening of an international monitoring workshop on the spoon-billed sandpiper organised by the Bird Conservation Society of Thailand. The gathering was held in conjunction with BirdLife International, a global partnership of conservation organisations with more than 3 million members and supporters in 121 countries

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