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    Tales of the tiny

    Life, Karnjana Karnjanatawe, Published on 20/05/2019

    » The size of a leafroller moth is small. It's a mere 1-1.5cm from the tip of the left to the right wing. It may be overlooked by many, but not by Nantasak Pinkaew. The 45-year-old moth taxonomist has found two new tortricid moth genera -- Sirindhornia and Kasetsartra -- and 27 species in the past 18 years. At present he is a lecturer at the Department of Entomology of Kasetsart University and the only expert in leafroller moths in Thailand.


    It's not rubbish, it's money

    Life, Karnjana Karnjanatawe, Published on 12/07/2017

    » Six years ago Chadsanan Masawangphairojana, 47, looked for a way to reduce the tremendous amount of garbage in her community at Din Daeng National Housing project, better known to Bangkokians as Din Daeng flats.


    Men of steel

    Life, Karnjana Karnjanatawe, Published on 25/05/2017

    » Clanging sounds can be heard from afar. At the welded gate, there is no sign to inform people that it's the knife factory of Ban Na Po community in Trang's Muang district. But the clanging sounds ensure visitors that this is the place to see the origin of the famous durable knives known as "Mit Phra Na Po".


    Chinese versions of street food apps released

    Life, Karnjana Karnjanatawe, Published on 28/03/2017

    » Tasting Thai food like a local is one thing travellers should try when visiting the Kingdom. To facilitate the experience, especially for Chinese tourists, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and the Thailand Foundation have released Chinese language versions for the apps Street Food Bangkok, Street Food Chiang Mai and Street Food Phuket.


    Not just a boys' game

    Life, Karnjana Karnjanatawe, Published on 13/11/2014

    » Her long hair is always simply tied in the back, and Kobkarn Wattanavrangkul, 54, has never put thick make-up on her face. She walks quickly in her high-heeled shoes. She is punctual and skips lunch if it means she will be late to her next meeting.


    Resplendent sand pagoda

    Life, Karnjana Karnjanatawe, Published on 18/04/2013

    » Once a year this large sand pagoda is erected within the grounds of Wat Jetlin in Chiang Mai to celebrate Songkran. According to the wat's abbot Phra Maha Visanu, the pagoda was built because of an old belief that whenever someone visited the temple, they unintentionally carried away little grains of sand or dirt on their shoes. So, during the Songkran festival, it is time to return them to the temple.

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