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    A year of tears

    Life, Published on 13/10/2017

    » One year ago today, Thailand lost a great king, the moral and spiritual centre of the entire nation. Upon hearing the news, people sobbed on the bus, wept on the train, cried in the office. It's one of those rare moments in life that affected all of us in such a way that we remember exactly where we were and how we felt when the reality of what happened set in. One year on, we ask dozens of people from all walks of life about how they remember that fateful day.


    Putting aside the past?

    Terry Fredrickson, Published on 11/02/2012

    » Friday night's gala dinner at Government House yielded some impressive pictures of apparent reconciliation, but political observers are not convinced it's the real thing. Photos by Chanat Katanyu.


    Preserving historical and cultural legacy

    Life, Arusa Pisuthipan, Published on 05/04/2017

    » Thai Heritage Conservation Day is observed every year on April 2, which is also HRH Princess Maha Chakri Sirindhorn's birthday. So in honour of the princess, as well as to mark this special day designated to raise public awareness of the country's artistic, historical and cultural legacy, this year the Fine Arts Department under the Ministry of Culture has arranged a number of activities at museums and historical parks nationwide.


    Thais have every right to expose state faults

    News, Nopporn Wong-Anan, Published on 08/10/2016

    » 'Are you Thai?" is a catchphrase Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha loves asking people whom he thinks give our beloved country a bad name.

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    Thai communists 'loved the King'

    News, Wassana Nanuam, Published on 28/11/2016

    » The image of communists being anti-establishment and seeking to overthrow the monarchy may be a cliche of history, but in Thailand, members of the local communist movement say that was never the case.

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    Min Aung Hlaing wades into ruling controversy

    News, Published on 29/12/2015

    » Gen Min Aung Hlaing, commander-in-chief of the Myanmar armed forces, has stepped into the public eye in regard to Thai-Myanmar relations following the Koh Tao verdict.

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    Region loses great statesman

    News, Post Reporters, Published on 24/03/2015

    » Thailand has lost a staunch ally while Asean will sorely miss a source of wisdom, guidance and inspiration with the death yesterday of Lee Kuan Yew — Singapore's first and longest-serving prime minister.


    Gen Prem is right, corruption is contemptible

    Veera Prateepchaikul, Published on 03/02/2015

    » Privy Council president Prem Tinsulanonda is known to be a man of few words – the kind of a man who speaks little but hits hard.

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    Prem doubts proposed mediator role

    Wassana Nanuam, Published on 10/04/2014

    » Privy Council president Gen Prem Tinsulanonda on Thursday said caretaker Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra and anti-government protest leader Suthep Thaugsuban may not listen to him if he were to act as a go-between in trying to mediate talks between them.


    Rare act of decency, honesty

    Veera Prateepchaikul, Published on 03/01/2014

    » Finally, there is a police officer who is decent and courageous enough to tell the people the truth about the "men in black" on the rooftop of the Ministry of Labour and the so-called "fake" policemen who violently smashed the windows of a pickup truck in front of the Thai-Japanese stadium in Din Daeng on Dec 26.

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