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    The why of kwai

    Life, Yanapon Musiket, Published on 19/06/2013

    » In Thai, the easiest way to insult someone is to call them kwai _ a buffalo, our beast of burden that has come to symbolise, unfairly, stupidity.

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    Sea cows to the slaughter

    Life, Yanapon Musiket, Published on 06/03/2013

    » At first glance, it appears like any other island in the Andaman Sea: there are white, sandy beaches, a lively village of fishermen, and all a convenient 30-minute boat ride from the Thai mainland. But what makes Koh Libong extraordinary is that it is home to the dugong, the endangered marine mammal.

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    50 years of friendship

    Life, Yanapon Musiket, Published on 04/09/2012

    » Fifty years ago, the island nation of New Zealand welcomed two monarchs from a faraway foreign land. During August 18-26, 1962, New Zealand's newspapers published a series of articles on a historical visit by a royal couple who had crossed the ocean on a very long flight from the Kingdom of Thailand.

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    Road to redemption

    Life, Yanapon Musiket, Published on 22/08/2012

    » How far would you go for love? In the romantic drama Shambhala which opens tomorrow, it will take you as far _ and as high _ as the "roof of the world".

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    Remembering the cleaning lady

    Life, Yanapon Musiket, Published on 13/06/2012

    » Soft pillows. New towels. Clean bathroom. A tidy room is what every hotel guest wishes to see every time they return to their room. But what about the invisible people who make sure your room is perfectly clean?

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    Daring to speak its name

    Life, Yanapon Musiket, Published on 26/01/2012

    » Shortly after we embraced the arrival of 2012 there was good tidings for the LGBT community when several local newspapers broke the story of two gay men from the South who found each other through Facebook and went on to solemnise their relationship by hosting a traditional wedding, which was attended by both sets of parents. Since same-sex marriage is not legal in Thailand, all the guys gained from the ceremony was a happy memory and recognition of the union by their nearest and dearest.

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