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  • News & article

    Huawei showcases latest 3G equipment

    Database, Don Sambandaraksa, Published on 22/09/2010

    » Huawei whetted the appetite of Thai consumers by showing, but not selling, a variety of 3G equipment at the 3.9G Human DNA event.

  • News & article

    Meeting Nong Diew

    Terry Fredrickson, Published on 25/09/2010

    » Pattadon Kliangjun, or Nong Diew, has gone from being a game show champion to a movie star. What is he like as a person?

  • News & article

    Madame Tussauds launching in Bangkok

    Business, Pitsinee Jitpleecheep, Published on 01/10/2010

    » Fans of celebrities may never get a chance to see their heroes in the flesh, but luckily for them the opening of a branch of the London-based Madame Tussauds wax museum in Bangkok will offer enthusiasts a chance to hold hands or lock lips with Hollywood heart-throbs like Brad Pitt and Johnny Depp or football studs David Beckham and Steven Gerrard.

  • News & article

    Neuroscience and Education

    Learningpost, Published on 05/10/2010

    » In the past, it was believed that children were born with preset neurons that were inherited from their parents. For instance, if the parents were good at mathematics, it was believed that the children, too, would automatically be good mathematics learners. However, we know today that that notion might not be completely accurate.

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    Hat Yai, Songkhla

    Price : 100 - 500 Baht, Posted on 01/11/2010

    » This bar/pub is located downtown Had Yai, and offers some great food as well as beer. The place has pool and football tables for guests to use, and the TV screens show the latest sports events live. For parties or group events, arrangements can also

  • Forum

    Weekly ‘Sanook’ column

    By modsquad, Created on: 08/11/2010, Last updated on: 08/11/2010

    » Andrew Biggs writes the weekly ‘Sanook’( roughly translated sanook means fun ) column which appears in the Sunday Brunch section. A fluent Thai speaker and long time resident, his columns explore the sometimes humorous and subtle traits of the Thai people. Forum readers might enjoy re-visiting...

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  • News & article

    Heavy industry relocation to Burma?

    Jon Fernquest, Published on 15/11/2010

    » With industrial projects suspended at Map Ta Phut recently, the city of Dawei in Burma near Southern Thailand is looking more attractive for heavy industry projects.

  • News & article

    The future

    Learningpost, David Canavan, Published on 16/11/2010

    » Pupils at my school recently put on an assembly about the past, telling their peers and parents what the '50s, '60s, '70s and '80s were like. The information presented included coverage of atomic bombs, racism, music, trends and sport. One of the things they mentioned was that people used to watch movies on a VCR (videocassette recorder) and that you could use it to record songs and videos! It started me thinking about what has changed over the course of not only my life, but theirs, too. Most of the pupils in the performance were born in 1999, and since then, the mobile phone has become a hand-held computer, and something the size of a fat credit card can hold thousands of songs.

  • Directory

    Shamrock Irish Pub

    Koh Samui, Suratthanee

    Price : 100 - 450 Baht, Posted on 23/11/2010

    » This bar is one of the liveliest bars around, with plenty of entertainment and activities. The bar has four separate satellite feeds showing all the sports including premiership football, international rugby and cricket, etc. on the big screen TVs. T

  • News & article

    A view of the future

    Database, Published on 01/12/2010

    » The poor saps at SAP were told to consult and pay the Oracle; a US jury found that the world's largest software company SAP of Germany violated Oracle copyrights so badly that it owes the US firm $1.3 billion (although not the $1.7 billion that Larry Ellison and Oracle claimed); the case dated back to 2007, when it was fairly well documented that the SAP's then-TomorrowNow division stole software and documentation covering 120 Oracle copyrights; SAP can appeal, so that should keep some lawyers busy for a few years.

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