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    The lives of others

    Life, Sawarin Suwichakornpong, Published on 07/06/2019

    » Born in 1969 to a farming family in Chon Buri, Pimjai Juklin -- aka Duanwad Pimwana -- is one of Thailand's preeminent writers of contemporary fiction. After briefly working as a journalist, Duanwad started writing short stories. She was first published in 1989 in a local Thai magazine. In 2003, she published her first novel, Chang Samran (Bright), which won the SEA Write Award, making her one of only seven women writers to have won the prestigious award since its inception 40 years ago.

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    Thai Airways in-flight magazines send sales soaring

    News, Nauvarat Suksamran, Published on 01/06/2019

    » In-flight magazines are typically a cache of merchandise of international products. However, the reading literature in the seat pockets can provide an ideal channel for marketing prized, local products unrivalled in look, quality and prices.


    Blame it on Justin Bieber

    Life, Published on 29/05/2019

    » A large sign warns motorists that Iceland's Fjadrargljufur canyon is closed to visitors but drivers keep on coming down the narrow gravel road. A ranger at a roadblock has to explain why no one can pass: The vulnerable landscape cannot sustain more visitors.


    New theme park to star 'Hunger Games'

    Business, Published on 24/05/2019

    » LOS ANGELES: Some of Lionsgate's most popular film franchises from Hunger Games to Twilight will be brought to life when the studio opens what it calls the world's first vertical theme park in China this summer.

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    Festival of tradition honours King

    News, Ranjana Wangvipula, Published on 25/05/2019

    » Bangkok nights are filled with joy as Mahorasop Sompoch performances are staged at Sanam Luang, during a week of festivities to celebrate the coronation of King Rama X on May 4.


    Dasta submits three cities for UCCN contest

    Business, Dusida Worrachaddejchai, Published on 20/05/2019

    » The Designated Areas for Sustainable Tourism Administration (Dasta) plans to submit Suphan Buri, Nan and Sukhothai for the 2019 Unesco Creative Cities competition.


    Maya Bay to remain closed until mid-2021

    News, Apinya Wipatayotin, Published on 09/05/2019

    » The Department of National Parks, Wildlife and Plant Conservation decided on Wednesday to extend the closure of world-famous Maya Bay for another two years. It is now due to reopen in the middle of 2021.


    Fare isn't fair

    Life, Suwitcha Chaiyong, Published on 14/05/2019

    » Bangkok's buses are known to offer a Fast And Furious kind of ride. Years ago, the No.8 was voted worst in the city in the Transport Ministry's Facebook survey, due to the horrible experience. Despite a sudden change in driver and conductor behaviour after the survey was released, many public buses are still notorious for their impolite and inefficient services, as well as poor facilities, among many other things.

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    New immigration chief bullish

    News, Wassayos Ngamkham, Published on 29/04/2019

    » Fresh from his move from the Border Patrol Police Bureau, newly appointed Immigration Bureau (IB) commissioner Pol Lt Gen Sompong Chingduang has given assurances that his performance will be up to scratch in his new role.


    Betong airport to reflect local flora

    News, Post Reporters, Published on 06/05/2019

    » Yala's Betong Airport, which is due to open for service in June next year, will be designed to reflect the district's well-known phai tong forest and mountainous landscape, says the Department of Airports.

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