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    Testing times for students

    Learningpost, Published on 04/05/2010

    » According to the media, students living in the Asia-Pacific region are more likely to feel pressure before sitting for an examination. They also often report on the lengths parents go to ensure their children have every possible advantage in attaining success in examinations.


    Method in his music

    Mylife, Anjira Assavanonda, Published on 29/04/2010

    » Music is Ronnachai “Aod†Thomyapariwat’s life. In his early adulthood, his role as lead vocalist and guitarist of the band Keereeboon made him famous.


    Native tongue twisters

    Andrew Biggs, Published on 02/05/2010

    » All around my Los Angeles neighbourhood are hand-written signs tacked onto lofty palm trees: ``ACCENT ELIMINATION''. The two words are followed by a local telephone number, which to my surprise doesn't begin with 555. Accent Elimination _ how intriguing.


    A man and his Motor Mouse

    Brunch, Andrew Biggs, Published on 14/03/2010

    » Imagine my surprise last week when a mouse stuck its head out of my car air-conditioner. It was late at night in the car park of Channel 3. It seems this little mouse had made a home in my car for more than a few days, which would explain the scuffling and shuffling heard on and off by yours truly this past week. Thank goodness it was a mouse and not the onset of schizophrenia.


    Dig deep for the future

    News, Lamphai Intathep, Published on 20/03/2010

    » Youngsters have been captivated by archaeology for many years and this brimming curiosity is now being used to cement ties with neighbouring countries.


    Temple of knowledge

    Learningpost, Published on 12/01/2010

    » A Buddhist temple in northeastern Thailand is deploying education as a highly effective tool to combat the trafficking in young hill tribe girls.


    A very weighty matter

    Brunch, Andrew Biggs, Published on 24/01/2010

    » I caught my dear friend Evil Neil going through his New Year's presents last week as I paid him a visit in his office.


    Painting a masterstroke for students

    Learningpost, Purich Trivitayakhun, Published on 09/02/2010

    » Reeya Nalenkaew is very excited over his forthcoming participation in a national painting contest in Bangkok. He has been dedicating at least two hours a day for months preparing to compete in this competition.


    My favourite Valentine's day

    Brunch, Andrew Biggs, Published on 14/02/2010

    » Valentine's Day is special for me - I first came to Thailand on that day in 1989. But there was another Valentine's Day in Thailand that turned out to be the most memorable in my life. It is not the most "sanook" story I have, but I am going to tell it to you anyway.


    Revolution through theatre

    Outlook, Samantha Deavin, Published on 17/02/2010

    » The word revolution brings to mind mutiny and rebellion. While there are no guns blazing, revolution is exactly what Khru Chang, owner of Moradokmai Home School and founder of the Pathum Thani International Theatre Festival, is trying to achieve - one of the education system.

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