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  • LIFESTYLE

    From humble beginnings

    Life, Published on 27/03/2018

    » What first catches the eye of visitors to Don Kai Dee Benjarong village in Samut Sakhon is the street art along a small alley. Those wall paintings tell stories of the community, which has made a name from producing high-quality, five-coloured porcelain known as benjarong for more than three decades.

  • LIFESTYLE

    Forever grateful

    Life, Pichaya Svasti, Published on 15/02/2017

    » 'My Dearest Khun Prisna, I am now in one of the most beautiful places. Our hotel's name is 'Castello del Sole' (Castle of the Sun). Isn't it chic? The name is like one in a fairy tale. This town is so cute. It has a bright-coloured lake and nice houses on slopes. Routes and paths criss-cross the hills. Colourful flowers blossom everywhere ..."

  • LIFESTYLE

    The F word

    Brunch, Andrew Biggs, Published on 26/06/2016

    » Affable Bangkok Governor Sukhumbhand Paribatra eschews the "f" word. He's made it clear that from now on, he never wants to hear it again.

  • OPINION

    Think more carefully

    News, Postbag, Published on 15/02/2016

    » T Hinker ("Abused by the men in orange", Postbag, Feb 14) is accurate in referring to the corrupt commercialism of Thai Buddhism. But when he refers to Buddhism as a "simple philosophy of naive intent" it is he who is being naive.

  • LEARNING

    Journalist clears King's Guard

    Terry Fredrickson, Published on 19/03/2013

    » A French journalist insisted Monday that the King's Guard unit which he followed during the army's crackdown on red-shirt protesters in 2010 was not responsible for the deaths of six people at Wat Pathumwanaram.

  • NEWS

    Daylight bombing of protest heightens fears

    Online Reporters, Published on 17/01/2014

    » A daylight attack and grenade explosion that injured 36 protesters marching on Banthat Thong Road on Friday underscored fears of rising violence as the People's Democratic Reform Committee (PDRC) continued its shutdown campaign to oust caretaker Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra.

  • LEARNING

    TRC report blames red shirts, army

    Terry Fredrickson, Published on 18/09/2012

    » The Truth for Reconciliation Commission officially presented the results of its two-year investigation into the 2010 anti-government protests yesterday.

  • LEARNING

    Historic Silom restaurant closes

    Jon Fernquest, Published on 21/09/2012

    » Opened before World War II with waiters in white uniforms, you traveled to this restaurant by tram to enjoy its famous ox tail stew & beef steak salad.

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