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    A life taken for granted

    Life, Pattramon Sukprasert, Published on 07/03/2016

    » For many people, 400 baht doesn't seem like a huge amount of money. But for Apinya Sattarum, this amount makes a huge difference in her life as a 27-year-old mother.

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    A breath of fresh air

    Life, Pattramon Sukprasert, Published on 09/09/2015

    » For Arunee Thammasing, Sri Nakhon Khuean Khun Park in Bang Krachao, Samut Prakan province, is more than just a recreational spot. It is also where she learns about the environment.

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    Wearing different hats

    Life, Pattramon Sukprasert, Published on 16/02/2016

    » There was a time when Krissada Sukosol Clapp was known as "Noi Wong Pru", referring to his status as a frontman of an early 2000s indie rock band. There was another period when he was known as Kriss, the creative director of The Siam Hotel, his family business. But in the past few years, people have started to recognise this wiry man, whose nickname is Noi, as a film actor. In his latest motion picture role, Krissada both gets to act and sing: Luk Thung Signature, in cinemas now, is a musical featuring five intertwining love stories, all connected by luk thung country music.

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    Looking up, not down

    Life, Pattramon Sukprasert, Published on 16/10/2015

    » Each year, between 800-1,000 children in Thailand are born with Down's syndrome, a genetic condition associated with physical growth delays and moderate intellectual disability.

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    Becoming your own fuel supply

    Life, Pattramon Sukprasert, Published on 07/06/2016

    » Remote and mountainous, Pa Deng is an area in which your mobile reception will be completely lost, but in this Kang Krachan, Phetchaburi, neighbourhood, a telephone service is not the only thing locals have no access to. Five out of 10 villages have no electricity.

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    Missing, but not forgotten

    Life, Pattramon Sukprasert, Published on 26/01/2016

    » In 2006, Chaipas "Ten" Danguagul went out to play with his friends. He never came home. His father went to the police but since Chaipas was missing for less than 24 hours, the police refused to file a missing persons' report. His father patrolled the neighbourhood to search for his son all night, but came up blank. The next day Chaipas' parents went to the police station, but were met with resistance again, when a policeman on duty said a missing person is not a criminal case.

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