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    The Healing Herb

    Life, Arusa Pisuthipan, Published on 10/04/2012

    » Rattanapan Pansri only wished to hear some good news from the second doctor about her husband who was earlier diagnosed as suffering the final stage of colon cancer. Unfortunately, the second opinion turned things from bad to worse.

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    The fabric of society

    Muse, Published on 28/04/2012

    » Her Majesty the Queen was allergic to dust, her deputy private secretary Thanpuying Charungjit Teekara recalled. Yet, the Queen would gradually roll out and closely inspect sheet after sheet of dust-tinged woven fabrics brought to her by the late Thanpuying Suprapada Kasemsant, Thanpuying Charungjit and the special team who were sent to scout the rural areas in the northeast of Thailand in search of the cultural heritage hidden in the threads of this home-made commodity.

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    The babysitter

    Life, Krissie Na Klongtoey, Published on 11/06/2012

    » Poomchai Chumbala has been spending more and more time in London this past year, with his main responsibility being to "babysit" his niece and nephew during their school holidays when they are out from boarding school.

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    On your bike

    Guru, Pornchai Sereemongkonpol, Published on 28/09/2012

    » Bicycle-friendly Bangkok sounds like an oxymoron given how inhospitable the city's streets are. However, many local groups are initiating a strong movement to promote bicycling in the city as a way to get fit, ease traffic congestion, and save the world. And in case you want to become a part of this healthy cycle of change, here's our round-up of basic aspects of bicycling in the city you need to know.

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    Coming to the aid of the disabled and elderly

    News, Supoj Wancharoen, Published on 22/12/2012

    » Barraged by criticism that they have created an unfriendly city for the disabled and the elderly, Bangkok authorities have finally begun to redress the issue by introducing taxis specifically designed for those less mobile.

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    Easy riders

    Life, Arusa Pisuthipan, Published on 08/01/2013

    » Four-year-old Kansak Lawakul was standing on a huge rock watching his friends and their parents swimming joyfully in a waterfall. He wanted to tell them how much he would like to get into the water and play with them. Yet, he found himself unable to communicate this.

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    Making a dam difference

    Life, Published on 02/07/2013

    » Mother Nature has been cruel to the people of Ban Limthong, a Buri Ram farming village in the Northeast.

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    Clearing the way

    Life, Anchalee Kongrut, Published on 16/10/2013

    » Forest areas in Thailand have been shrinking at an alarming rate. Between 1973 and 2009, 30.9 million rai of land was cleared of trees, according to a study by Khwanchai Duangsathaporn, assistant professor at the Department of Forest Management, Faculty of Forestry at Kasetsart University.

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    When the lights went out

    Nauvarat Suksamran, Published on 06/01/2014

    » Pressure lamps have disappeared from use in ordinary households for a long time now, but they have made their way into the homes of collectors who recognise their greater value.

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    Go Chadchart, Go!

    Life, Published on 07/02/2014

    » Clad in a sleeveless shirt and shorts, the man walked barefoot to give alms to the monks early one morning. In his hand was a plastic bag, his face expressionless as though the idea of putting on a pair of flip-flops was as unthinkable as putting on an overcoat on a hot sunny day.

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