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  • LIFE

    Musical styles meet in Malaysia

    Life, John Clewley, Published on 17/04/2012

    » The Penang World Music Festival returned recently after a three-year break and World Beat was there from March 30 to April 1 to enjoy the reconstituted three-day music festival.

  • TECH

    Digital in demand

    Life, Sasiwimon Boonruang, Published on 17/04/2012

    » Students of private universities may sometimes be viewed secondary to those from public colleges, but digital media graduates of Sripatum University have always shown their professional skills are ready for work in the industry.


    Building wealth online

    Business, Suchit Leesa-nguansuk, Published on 04/04/2012

    » Like it or not, money is power. And if you're not the type who likes to exchange daily phone calls with a private wealth adviser, you can act the part by using technology to build your power.


    Japan tsunami town bound to Chile by smiling statue

    AFP, Published on 05/04/2012

    » The small Japanese fishing town of Minami Sanriku is half a world away from Chile, but the two places share a bond that crosses a vast ocean: Moai statues.


    Cameron made right move in Myanmar

    News, Published on 15/04/2012

    » British Prime Minister David Cameron's visit to Myanmar on Friday has repeatedly been described as a ''landmark'' event because he is the first leader of a Western state to make the trip in many years, and not surprisingly he made good use of the momentous occasion to make a major announcement. Along with pro-democracy leader Aung San Suu Kyi, Mr Cameron called for the suspension of economic sanctions which have been imposed by the European Union countries and the United States, Canada, Australia as well as a few other countries. The move is no surprise and comes sharply on the heels of the April 1 by-election which gave parliamentary seats to Mrs Suu Kyi and 42 other members of her National League for Democracy in a landslide win for the party.


    Taiwo determined to make Premier League mark

    AFP, Published on 16/04/2012

    » Taye Taiwo may be fighting an uphill battle to keep Queens Park Rangers in the Premier League but that has not dampened his desire to join the list of Nigerians to win England's biggest honours.


    Fergie 'has a word' with Young over diving storm

    AFP, Published on 20/04/2012

    » Alex Ferguson has spoken to Ashley Young about his alleged diving in the wake of the controversy that has surrounded the Manchester United winger this week.


    Development drive sees ethnic groups displaced by land grabs

    Spectrum, Phil Thornton, Published on 22/04/2012

    » At the ramshackle Ei Tu Hta camp more than 4,000 displaced people fear not just the the Myanmar military downstream on the Salween River, but also a constitution that will ''legally'' dispossess them of the land they were forced to flee.


    It's getting hot down by the river

    Spectrum, Published on 22/04/2012

    » Those of us in the property business are often asked what the hot locations for condominiums in Bangkok are. The answer has always been areas that are within walking distance of a mass transit station or prime locations popular commercial areas such as Phloenchit, Langsuan, Sukhumvit or Sathon roads.


    Toshiba to build new plant in Prachinburi

    Business, Published on 25/04/2012

    » Toshiba Corporation yesterday announced that it will rebuild its semiconductor manufacturing operations in Thailand by relocating Toshiba Semiconductor Thailand Co (TST) to a new manufacturing facility.

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