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    This is no time for nationalism

    Life, Adam Kohut, Published on 28/08/2015

    » Tragedy is a strange, contradictory thing. It breaks and it binds. It destroys and it builds. It opens and it closes. When an earthquake, or a storm, or a man's gun, or a bomb takes human lives, there is first anger, sadness, confusion. There is fear. There is grief. There is great pain. But this is followed by a period of mourning, and then of consolation, of comfort, of determination and of strength.


    Monks who are women?

    Jon Fernquest, Published on 24/01/2013

    » At first locals thought the monks who came for food each morning were men, but then, slowly, they realized... they were actually women.

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    Prayut extends Section 44 net

    News, Published on 24/07/2015

    » Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha has invoked his special powers under Section 44 of the interim charter to tackle illegal street racing, alcohol sales near schools and universities, and illegal nightspot operations.


    Low expectations

    Published on 26/05/2011

    » A group of low-income earners has told the Bangkok Post they do not expect the election winners to fulfill their campaign promises


    Between the words

    Life, Parisa Pichitmarn, Published on 08/12/2014

    » 'No one can cook prawn fried-rice as deliciously as the Glasses-Auntie in front of my soi. No matter who passes into my life, I take every single one of them here to eat at this store."


    Intimate, contemporary and queer

    Life, Published on 11/12/2014

    » The first Bangkok Queer Theatre Festival is drawing to a close this weekend after an 11-week run, which began on Sept 27, at the new Sun Dance Theatre in Silom. The festival showcases two original plays, two contemporary dances and two solo performances by established and emerging artists — an admirable achievement. Our only complaint was the absence in representation of lesbians and transsexuals. But if such a festival continues, it is likely that more artists showcasing works about other sexual identities will emerge.  


    Tourists flock to Japan's new industrial heritage sites

    Published on 12/07/2015

    » FUKUOKA — Many tourists visited the "Sites of Japan's Meiji Industrial Revolution" on the first Saturday after the sites were added to the Unesco World Cultural Heritage list.


    Indonesia 'unbridged' as Joko pushes new maritime vision

    Asia focus, Published on 24/11/2014

    » The Indonesian government has shelved a long-stalled megaproject to build the Sunda Strait Bridge that would connect the country's two most populated islands of Sumatra and Java.

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    Police trying to match unclaimed bodies with missing Japanese man

    Online Reporters, Published on 22/10/2014

    » Police are checking unclaimed corpses of Asian men to determine if any of them match the description of an elderly Japanese man missing since last month.

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    Body parts 'likely from missing Japanese'

    Wassayos Ngamkham, Published on 22/10/2014

    » Divers on Tuesday night found parts of a dismembered human body wrapped in fertiliser bags, and police suspected they are from an elderly Japanese man who went missing since last month.

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