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    ISB students help peers

    Learningpost, Published on 03/06/2010

    » Today, while Thailand is struggling to recover from the menacing problem of political disunity, the efforts of a small group of young students are as welcome as a breath of fresh air.

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    Breaking News!

    Brunch, Andrew Biggs, Published on 23/05/2010

    » Back in 1989 I was a journalist working for a daily newspaper in Australia, and one of the very last assignments I had before embarking on my trip to Thailand was one of the toughest. Through a few contacts, and my reputation for being a fair journalist (this was a long time ago, remember), I interviewed a group of paedophiles who met once a week in an anonymous suburban house.

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    Degrees of discontent

    Learningpost, Rojana Manowalailao, Published on 01/06/2010

    » Who is responsible for youth unemployment? Ma Wanhua, PhD, of Peking University, posed this question at a recent regional seminar on the employability of university graduates.

  • News & article

    ISB students help peers

    Learningpost, Published on 01/06/2010

    » Today, while Thailand is struggling to recover from the menacing problem of political disunity, the efforts of a small group of young students are as welcome as a breath of fresh air.

  • News & article

    Climate change negotiator

    Outlook, Piyaporn Wongruang, Published on 30/06/2010

    » After long hours in a closed meeting room at climate change negotiations in Bonn earlier this month, Dr Surachai Sathikunarat, a young Thai climate change negotiator, should have had peaceful coffee breaks.

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    Aiming for quality

    Learningpost, Purich Trivitayakhun, Published on 06/04/2010

    » Last month, the Asia-Pacific Quality Network (APQN), in collaboration with the Office for National Education Standards and Quality Assessment (Onesqa), the Office of the Higher Education Commission (Ohec) and the Southeast Asian Ministers of Education Organisation Regional Centre for Higher Education and Development (Seameo Rihed), hosted the 2010 APQN Conference and Annual General Meeting in Bangkok.

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    Webster boosts global ties

    Learningpost, Purich Trivitayakhun, Published on 06/04/2010

    » It can be said that international relations (IR) is one of the most popular fields of study among Thai students.

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    Bias in classroom opposed

    News, Published on 03/05/2010

    » Many people feel teachers could best serve students and help lessen tensions in society by acting as role models of neutrality, according to a new poll.

  • News & article

    When the media Sees Red

    Muse, Published on 20/03/2010

    » With the red-shirted UDDs on the move, the local newspapers have been covering, and covered in, stories of security measures and the movements of the mob. As the situation looks unlikely to be quickly resolved, some people have been put off by the political and, of course, media channels through which we receive news of our troubled society on a daily basis. 'Muse' asked you last week, during this time when we're not sure of what we read in the newspaper or see on television, what kind of news you want to receive from the media: print, radio or television? Here are your answers!

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    Exercising a lesson in tolerance

    News, Sirikul Bunnag, Published on 29/03/2010

    » Admissions examinations at secondary schools across Bangkok have gone ahead smoothly despite fears they could be upset by red shirt rallies.

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