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    Strong cities needed

    Spectrum, Paritta Wangkiat, Published on 15/07/2018

    » Bangkok has attracted millions of migrants seeking economic opportunity. They will be forced to handle the impacts of climate change in coming decades.


    Another pearl of the Andaman

    Life, Published on 19/07/2018

    » Once voted Thailand's third-nicest city to live in, Ranong is abundant with beautiful natural and cultural attractions ranging from beaches, islands, mountains, caves and waterfalls to temples.


    The future's bright, the future's green

    News, Supoj Wancharoen, Published on 14/07/2018

    » Bangkok has been compared to Singapore in many respects. The Lion City clearly has an edge in terms of security, economic strength and overall development while Bangkok trumps most rivals in terms of culture, excitement and a fun-filled lifestyle.


    A home-grown coding toy

    Life, Sasiwimon Boonruang, Published on 13/06/2018

    » Tassagorn Sirisuwan, 12, first experienced a KidBright digital board when his father's friends brought it to the workshop for kids at his home a few months ago. Since then, the boy has always worked on the board, designing simple computer programs to control home appliances.


    Brick-and-mortar comeback

    Business, Pitsinee Jitpleecheep, Published on 11/06/2018

    » Digital disruption has clearly affected traditional retail business formats, but this doesn't mean brick-and-mortar is over in Thailand.


    Expanding space for co-working

    Business, Kanana Katharangsiporn, Published on 28/05/2018

    » The market for co-working space in Thailand is growing quickly, estimated to increase by 25% this year, driven by both local and international players.


    Saving a species, saving ourselves

    Life, Published on 22/05/2018

    » What are some of the things Thailand can do for its own benefit as well as the benefit of the world? According to B.Grimm Group's chairman Harald Link, saving our own tigers is one of them.


    All aboard!

    Life, Karnjana Karnjanatawe, Published on 11/05/2018

    » After celebrating its centennial birthday two years ago, Hua Lamphong Railway Station -- one of Bangkok's iconic symbols -- is expected to undergo a lot of changes. The State Railway of Thailand said Hua Lamphong would soon be turned into a museum and its infrastructure adjusted to only allow for short and tourism rides.


    Towards better tourism

    Life, Published on 03/05/2018

    » Due to the high popularity of the period TV series Bupphesanniwat (Love Destiny), scores of Thais dressed in traditional outfits have flocked to heritage sites, especially in Ayutthaya. The trend instils cultural and heritage appreciation in people, but has also led to traffic jams, garbage and other problems. Some tourists litter and damage the historic sites while others have taken home broken bricks as souvenirs.


    How women pay the costs of development

    Spectrum, Paritta Wangkiat, Published on 11/03/2018

    » Heading down a dirt road, Khampan Suprom zigzags her motorcycle through the grove, passing a small reservoir and plantation on the way. She comes to park under some trees. Dressed in her gardening apron and rain boots, she dismounts and drifts towards her vegetable garden.

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