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    Representing the Kingdom

    Life, Kanokporn Chanasongkram, Published on 09/01/2012

    » Her economic background and international experience made her the right woman to take the role of Thailand Trade Representative (TTR), a politically appointed position in the present Yingluck Shinawatra government.

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    Making a difference

    Life, Sasiwimon Boonruang, Published on 09/01/2012

    » For the first time recently 60 Muslim students from Thailand's three southernmost provinces _ Yala, Pattani and Narathiwat _ had a chance to spend two whole weeks in Bangkok. They enjoyed every moment of their stay and at the end of it they were a completely transformed bunch.

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    Enlightened existence

    Life, Xiangyang Tang, Published on 20/01/2012

    » Dhammachari Lokamitra has no hobby. But if he was to name one, he would say his hobby and his work is one and the same.

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    German fest for charity

    Life, Alfred Tha Hla, Published on 31/01/2012

    » The Year of the Dragon marks the 150th anniversary of Thai-German diplomatic relations and the "Fest der Deutschen 2011" gala dinner charity event will be the first activity to kick-start this auspicious occasion.

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    Ask Yourself: Do i feel plucky?

    B Magazine, Published on 19/02/2012

    » Peng Ratchaworapong admits his ukulele obsession has gotten the better of him. ''I probably own about 16 now,'' he says. ''But they are so small and so cute right? They don't take up much space. Think about it like a woman and her shoes.''

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    Driven to extinction

    Muse, Samila Wenin, Published on 10/03/2012

    » I remember writing in this very column that my close gay friend once said Chatuchak Weekend Market was his trustworthy indicator in assessing a person. When he starts seeing someone, he'll take his date to Chatuchak for some shopping and if the person acts as if he can't wait for another second to go home, then he'll call it quits.

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    Amazing Biodiversity in jeopardy

    Life, L. Bruce Kekulé, Published on 26/03/2012

    » On Dec 8, 1941, the same day of the Pearl Harbor attack in Hawaii (Dec 7 in the US), the Japanese Imperial Army invaded Thailand with thousands of troops and settled in. Sometime in 1942, a decision was made to build a railway from Bangkok to Burma and beyond through the thick malaria- and tiger-infested jungles in Kanchanaburi province using Allied and Asian prisoners of war as construction labour.

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    Piecing it together

    Guru, Pornchai Sereemongkonpol, Published on 18/05/2012

    » If we were to see the world like a child, we would realise there are so many unanswered questions staring us right in the face; at restaurants, on the street, pretty much everywhere we look. But don't fret, as we've done some digging and tackled questions you have never even thought to ask. Here are the little-known origins of eight things to bore your date or people at a party with. Don't say we never teach you anything.

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    This wild kingdom just got a little less kind

    B Magazine, Andrew Biggs, Published on 10/06/2012

    » What a morning. I have returned from a morning jog where I was nearly bitten by a very disturbed stray dog. I write this from beautiful Kanchanaburi province, west of Bangkok on the border of Myanmar. I'm staying at a resort next to the famous Bridge on the River Kwai.

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    Satun's land bridge of sighs

    News, Published on 30/06/2012

    » A recent salah (prayer) worship by Muslim residents in Satun took on more of a political rather than a religious flavour when they asked Allah to bring an end to the Pak Bara deep-sea port project.

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