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    Art for all

    Life, Published on 12/01/2012

    » Everything from stalls in Ratchaburi's central market to municipal manhole covers have been transformed for a very public art event that is likely to add colour and interest to practically every step that townspeople take over the five weeks.

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    Weekly highlights

    Veera Prateepchaikul, Published on 13/01/2012

    » Two street protests greeted the government this week with more to come soon and the government's plan for a two billion baht compensation package for victims of political violence seems to have backfired. But the "talk of the town" is the ear-bashing incident at Suvarnabhumi airport.


    All packed up and many places to go

    Brunch, Ezra Kyrill Erker, Published on 15/01/2012

    » Twenty or even 10 years ago, Western budget travellers would descend on the country, spending tens of thousands of baht on flights and then, to the bemusement of Thais, proceed to travel in third-class train carriages or buses to rudimentary guest houses on the beach or upcountry that cost 40 baht a night, where they showered out of buckets and shared dormitories with strangers.

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    Taxi drivers stuck in reverse

    Spectrum, Voranai Vanijaka, Published on 15/01/2012

    » Earlier this month, the government reached a compromise to increase the price of compressed natural gas (CNG) by just 50 satang per kilogramme starting tomorrow. In a concession to angry transport operators, Deputy Prime Minister Kittiratt Na-Ranong dropped the original plan to increase the price of CNG _ more commonly known known as NGV (natural gas for vehicles) _ at the rate of 50 satang a month for 12 months until it reached 14.50 baht a kilogramme. Mr Kittiratt has promised further consultation with the transport sector in the next few weeks before deciding whether there will be further CNG price hikes.

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    Tuesday is the new Wednesday

    Life, Wanda Sloan, Published on 01/02/2011

    » The new face of technology coverage has piqued the interest of kind readers in the past couple of weeks. I want to get to a few of the many emailed letters, for two reasons.



    Terry Fredrickson, Published on 20/12/2010

    » a serious or difficult responsibility that you have to deal with  ภาระ

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    Waiting time is over

    Database, Suchit Leesa-nguansuk, Published on 05/01/2011

    » Within the second quarter of 2011, people who regularly use the public bus between Min Buri and Victory Monument will know exactly what time their bus will arrive at the stop.

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    Database, Published on 10/10/2010

    » Taxi meters were installed in Bangkok cabs for the first time in 1958. But this innovation didn't catch on as both the drivers and their customers preferred to negotiate a price. At that time there was no law to enforce their use and, as a result, the meters were removed. However, since the number of vehicles in Bangkok was increasing day by day, bargaining over taxi fares made the traffic congestion even worse, especially during rush hours.

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    Database, Published on 10/10/2010

    » Any person over 22 years and not having a physical or mental handicap can apply for a taxi licence provided he or she has held a private driving licence for at least one year. Applicants must produce ID, house registration and a medical certificate stating that he or she is in good health.


    More of those Melting Moments

    Brunch, Andrew Biggs, Published on 19/09/2010

    » This week I must pause in my chronicle of Thai experiences to thank all my readers who sent in their personal Melting Moments this past week. Honestly, I am in awe of the response. When I send off my weekly column to my esteemed editor I sometimes forget that it's printed, read, and even responded to. I feel like Sally Fields receiving an Oscar for Places In The Heart.

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