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  • NEWS

    Weaving a new way of life

    Spectrum, Dumrongkiat Mala, Published on 01/04/2018

    » Six years ago, a village home to the Khmu hill tribe was devastated by heavy flooding and mudflow in tambon Muaeng Kai of Chiang Mai's Mae Taeng district.

  • NEWS

    Govt trafficking responses 'familiar'

    News, Pichai Chuensuksawadi, Published on 18/06/2015

    » For Surapong Kongchantuk of the Lawyers Council of Thailand, the response of Thai governments to the United States Trafficking in Persons (TIP) report have a familiar ring.

  • LIFESTYLE

    50 shades of cheese

    Guru, Nianne-Lynn Hendricks, Published on 02/03/2018

    » Blink and you'll miss it! The entrance to Ekamai 16 is rather small, narrow and the street sign is barely visible among Bangkok's iconic wire tangle. But what it leads to is a new restaurant serving good old American fare, complete with craft beers -- The Fat Tap. The casual setting in a townhouse is all wood, which is a step up from owner Matthew Fischer's very popular Fatty's Bar and Diner on Din Daeng. The Fat Tap has the cosy feel of a hip hostel, minus the backpackers, with long wooden benches softened by throw pillows. Classic tracks from yesteryear blast in the background and add more character compared to the other pricey craft beer places found in the area.

  • TECH

    Cubetto

    Life, AKIN, Published on 28/02/2018

    » Cubetto from Primo Toys is a screenless programming system powered by an advanced coding language that lets children write their first computer programs. Using a friendly robot made of wood, a physical programming console and a set of expandable coding blocks, Cubetto helps children understand basic principles of coding in a very age-appropriate way.

  • NEWS

    Nobel laureates to Suu Kyi: End genocide or face prosecution

    Reuters, Published on 28/02/2018

    » DHAKA: Three Nobel peace laureates urged Myanmar leader Aung San Suu Kyi and the military on Wednesday to end the "genocide" of Rohingya Muslims now or face prosecution.

  • NEWS

    Australia amnesty takes 57,000 guns off the streets

    AFP, Published on 01/03/2018

    » SYDNEY: More than 57,000 illegal firearms, many of them automatic or semi-automatic weapons, have been handed in under an Australian amnesty that authorities Thursday said had made the country safer.

  • LIFESTYLE

    Taking noodle up a notch

    Guru, Pornchai Sereemongkonpol, Published on 16/02/2018

    » The Setting: A kuay tiew experience doesn't have to mean a quick shophouse meal where all the tables have the flimsy pink papers for wiping everything and plastic jugs filled with tea that look like they have never been washed. If the idea of kuay tiew has become uneventful, Mamarin Noodles can spice it up for you (lame food pun intended). You see, the new kuay tiew restaurant highlights a Ban Beung (a district in Chon Buri) variation of the popular street food while taking it up a notch with the cosy ambience and, most importantly, quality ingredients.

  • LIFESTYLE

    Nurturing kids at their most impressionistic stage

    Life, Arusa Pisuthipan, Published on 08/03/2018

    » Eat, play and love -- they're the three most significant elements in the development of a child during those first six years. So to raise public awareness regarding the importance of this, and to send the message to parents, Unicef along with Central Group recently launched a campaign entitled #EatPlayLove to promote children's brain development.

  • NEWS

    Rohingya conflict a humanitarian crisis: rights group

    News, Published on 05/02/2018

    » Human rights groups have urged the Thai government and other Asean countries to treat the Rohingya conflict as a humanitarian crisis as over 120,000 members of this Muslim minority have fled Myanmar in the wake of a brutal crackdown by the military.

  • LIFESTYLE

    Contemporary Japanese

    Guru, Nianne-Lynn Hendricks, Published on 26/01/2018

    » The Setting: Clear your mind of any images of izakayas you've ever had. Jua kicks the casual, traditional Japanese gastropub experience up a notch, offering indulgence and sake, plenty of it.

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