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    Prawit leaves the shade

    News, Aekarach Sattaburuth, Published on 28/06/2020

    » Rebalancing power within the Palang Pracharath Party (PPRP) is the top priority for Deputy Prime Minister Gen Prawit Wongsuwon now that he has assumed leadership of the ruling party.


    Asean must use power

    Oped, Postbag, Published on 27/06/2020

    » Re: "Asean must walk the walk," (Editorial, June 26).

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    Holey goodness!

    Guru, Kankanok Wichiantanon, Published on 24/01/2020

    » Do yourself a favour and toss out those low-quality, mass-produced doughnuts, which are oftentimes fried in old oil and consist of chemicals to prolong their shelf life. At the numerous artisanal doughnut shops that have popped up across the city, you can get high-quality, homemade-style doughnuts. Though each shop is unique, they have one thing in common; they all produce their doughnuts in a non-mechanised way. Dough'nt take our word for it, try them yourself!


    Panel to focus on marketing rice, seeds

    Business, Phusadee Arunmas, Published on 23/06/2020

    » The government looks set to promote seven rice products and seed development as part of a marketing-led production strategy for 2020-2024.

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    Embracing diversity on the screen

    Life, Melalin Mahavongtrakul, Published on 23/06/2020

    » Thailand and the world have come a long way when it comes to diversity of sexual orientation, gender identity and expression of characters on our screens. On the occasion of Pride Month, Netflix facilitated a talk with filmmaker Chookiat Sakveerakul (Love Of Siam and Dew) and Sanchai Chotirosseranee, deputy director of the Thai Film Archive, where they discussed onscreen representation, visibility and political correctness of today's LGBTI content.

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    An R-rated roller-coaster ride

    Life, Tatat Bunnag, Published on 19/06/2020

    » A dozen strangers suddenly wake up to find themselves in a remote field. They have no idea where they are or how they got there, but the next thing they know they're being hunted down for sport. Judging by its premise or the trailer, the new action/horror film The Hunt could give you an impression of another The Hunger Games or Maze Runner, a survival story mixed with strong political messages. But the film surprisingly delivered a satire, dark humour combined with really well filmed action sequences, plus some of the most likeable performances you'll see in a movie this year.


    Factional undercurrents cause Health Ministry waves

    News, Apinya Wipatayotin, Published on 16/06/2020

    » Despite the respect the Ministry of Public Health has garnered over its handling of the Covid-19 pandemic, the protest at Khon Kaen Hospital last month against the abrupt transfer of its director Dr Chanchai Chanworachaikul has unveiled undercurrents beneath the surface of the ministry.


    Digital consumers and their grocery carts

    Business, Published on 20/12/2019

    » Mass disruption in retail is in the headlines, and we all know why: the rise of mobile, greater access to data, more transparency due to the internet, and so on. But what about groceries?


    Monorail ushers in hope

    News, Published on 07/06/2020

    » If anyone has visited Charoen Nakhon area in Thon Buri area recently, they might be surprised by the bumper-to-bumper traffic -- a situation rarely seen elsewhere during the Covid-19 pandemic. The congestion has been caused by the construction of the country's first monorail known as the Gold Line.


    Bangkok rail hub nears completion

    News, Supoj Wancharoen, Published on 08/06/2020

    » After several decades of dormancy, Thailand's rail transport sector is entering a renaissance.

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