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  • TECH

    Cubetto

    Life, AKIN, Published on 28/02/2018

    » Cubetto from Primo Toys is a screenless programming system powered by an advanced coding language that lets children write their first computer programs. Using a friendly robot made of wood, a physical programming console and a set of expandable coding blocks, Cubetto helps children understand basic principles of coding in a very age-appropriate way.

  • LIFESTYLE

    Nurturing kids at their most impressionistic stage

    Life, Arusa Pisuthipan, Published on 08/03/2018

    » Eat, play and love -- they're the three most significant elements in the development of a child during those first six years. So to raise public awareness regarding the importance of this, and to send the message to parents, Unicef along with Central Group recently launched a campaign entitled #EatPlayLove to promote children's brain development.

  • NEWS

    Damaged US warship arrives in Singapore, 10 missing

    Associated Press, Published on 21/08/2017

    » SINGAPORE -- The <i>USS John S. McCain</i> has docked at Singapore's naval base with "significant damage" to its hull after an early morning collision with an oil tanker as vessels from several nations searched Monday for 10 missing US sailors.

  • LEARNING

    Speak English on Monday

    Terry Fredrickson, Published on 14/02/2012

    » Nong Grace, Nong Tip and the students and teachers at Sriwittayapaknam School are proof that a "speak English day" is not only possible, but it's fun, especially when you have a global audience on the web.

  • LIFESTYLE

    Reeling in the viewers

    Muse, Apipar Norapoompipat, Published on 08/07/2017

    » To the eyes of your average Joe, Googling the words "Bangkok Hooker" may get you some strange, if not disgusted looks. But to anyone who knows a thing or two about fishing, it's a whole different story.

  • LIFESTYLE

    A larger-than-life Aussie lit up Thailand

    Brunch, Andrew Biggs, Published on 07/05/2017

    » The annual Australian TV awards called The Logies were on last week. Having been away from Australia for nearly three decades I can't get too excited about them, primarily because most of the winners were born after I left. Watching excerpts of the shows up for awards does remind me that one cannot confine a discussion about bad TV to Thailand only.

  • LIFESTYLE

    Praying hope trumps hate

    Life, Melalin Mahavongtrakul, Published on 30/01/2017

    » The Thai LGBTI scene begins 2017 with news that the much-anticipated Bangkok Pride has now been postponed to the end of the year. Originally set for May, the country's first pride parade in 11 years has been pushed back out of respect for King Bhumibol's one-year mourning period. The wait goes on, unfortunately. So for now, we occupy ourselves with the daily mishaps and surprises happening around the world.

  • LIFESTYLE

    Holiday makeup haul

    Guru, Mika Apichatsakol, Published on 16/12/2016

    » If you're a human being who takes good care of herself or you know one who's deserving of some love this season, here are a few holiday specials in beauty and makeup that'll surely put a smile on that beautiful face.

  • LIFESTYLE

    Collect/saves the day

    Guru, Catherine Faulder, Published on 09/09/2016

    » Jay Sriyuksiri leads quite an interesting and full-on life. He's a part-time house DJ that goes by the name Sarayu, holding a residency at Beam and his newly founded night, UNST (UNST UNST); he's been "trying" to produce music for over a year now; he works with his family business like a good boy most of the time and he has also been involved with something a lot more interesting as of late. A project called Collect/Save, something he set up with his friends, aimed at helping Bangkok's local electronic music community become more knowledgeable in what matters to them most — music — through a series of workshops and production master classes led by industry experts and like-minded individuals.

  • TECH

    Making a game of walking

    Life, Arusa Pisuthipan, Published on 06/07/2016

    » Step aside the past hits like Temple Run, Subway Surfers and Despicable Me: Minion Rush! Now gamers have Steppy Pants, new walking-simulator game as their latest favourite, if not addiction, which has become a blast only a month after its launch. It is now ranked the second most popular free application on the App Store as of this week.

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