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    Reduced toNun

    Life, Published on 13/02/2012

    » With no more weight on her shoulders, no more hair on her head, she watches the people pray for a better next life. And she quietly postulates. A mountain monkey scratches its head.


    Get smart?

    Guru, Pornchai Sereemongkonpol, Published on 13/09/2013

    » Last week Education Minister Chaturon Chaisaeng ordered officials to look into a report prepared by the World Economic Forum (WEF) that showed the Thai educational system was potentially left behind at the bottom among eight Asean countries surveyed (to be fair, the WEF surveyed 144 countries around the world and in certain aspects of education we're doing better than others). Our dad, the Bangkok Post, reported later in the week that the minister vowed to embark on efforts to improve the education system and that his ministry will make education reform a national agenda.


    Road rules

    Guru, Published on 01/11/2013

    » If you think you’ve had it with Bangkok traffic, it seems various authorities have finally gotten off their asses and decided to do something about it. They recently put forth some stringent proposals intended to curb the ever-worsening road congestion in the capital. This week we explore the current (and possibly future) state of the roads and practices you should be aware of in the hope that one day (perhaps in this lifetime) we can be safe on the streets and actually go on that planned road trip (if the cars ever move out of the way, that is).


    Not the news

    Guru, Pornchai Sereemongkonpol, Published on 24/01/2014

    » We think we aren’t the only ones who have been glued to our smartphone screens of late, following updates regarding #BangkokShutdown on Twitter and whatnot. Amid the cascade of information and misinformation, one item caught our attention, like a crystal-encrusted golden whistle under the midday light. It was an item about nightlife giant Ku De Ta closing its doors after a series of “bad circumstances” over the past few months that were bad for business with the shutdown being the last straw.


    Sticking the world together

    Life, Parisa Pichitmarn, Published on 09/09/2014

    » Eighteen billion stickers are sent through Line every day. The emotions they carry with them however, are boundlessly immeasurable. This green-iconed chatting application has changed the way we communicate, merely through its infectious selection of cheeky rabbits and poker-faced bears. 

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