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  • OPINION

    Well, just another week at the airport

    News, Roger Crutchley, Published on 22/01/2012

    » It hasn't been the most auspicious of starts to the year for Suvarnabhumi airport. First we had the ugly ''slapping of ears'' incident in which a senior airport official tried to show how superior he was, but only achieved the opposite by humiliating a subordinate who ended up with a damaged eardrum.

  • LIFESTYLE

    Lotus pondering leads to life change

    Life, Karnjariya Sukrung, Published on 24/01/2012

    » In the Youth Justice Centre, 17-year-old Somsak Chuchuy-kham sat idly by a small lotus pond; the images of the lotus conjured words of the Buddha on the four types of people in his mind.

  • LIFESTYLE

    Chinese life Cycle

    Guru, Pornchai Sereemongkonpol, Published on 20/01/2012

    » For non-Chinese people, Chinese New Year (Jan 23) probably conjures images of dragons, lions and ang pao. But there is much more than simply these things to the Chinese way of life. You really don't know what goes on in the life of a Chinese unless you're born one. And, as the resident Chinese-descendant of the Guru team, I feel it's my duty to offer insight into the different stages of Chinese life in Thailand so you can enjoy the upcoming Chinese New Year like a true Chinese no matter what age or ethnicity you are. Kung Hei Fat Choy, everyone.

  • NEWS

    Monk seeks nirvana on rooftop

    News, Nopparat Kingkaew, Published on 28/01/2012

    » SURIN : A monk who was thought to have developed a drug habit while working as a crew member on a fishing boat sought an unorthodox path to nirvana, by scaling a building at his temple, spending the night on its roof and refusing attempts to bring him down.

  • NEWS

    Greece races for double debt deals in last-ditch talks

    AFP, Published on 20/01/2012

    » Greece raced on Friday to clinch debt-saving deals in parallel negotiations with private creditors and its EU-IMF bailout partners ahead of a looming default in March.

  • LIFESTYLE

    The lonesome diner

    Life, Vanniya Sriangura, Published on 20/02/2012

    » [B]Former Deputy Minister of Public Health, Anutin Charnvirakul, the subject of this month's Power Lunch column, surely is an influential figure in Thailand's political circle. But the 46-year-old key executive of the Bhum Jai Thai Party, who has attended a great number of five-star dinners and is famous for his discerning epicurean lifestyle, insists that for eight out of 10 meals, people in public will see him eat alone.

  • NEWS

    Greece chases double debt deals

    AFP, Published on 20/01/2012

    » Greece raced on Friday to clinch a debt deal with private creditors ahead of a Monday eurozone meeting as it opened talks with EU-IMF bailout partners on a new loan to avert a March default.

  • NEWS

    Greece races for double debt deals in last-ditch talks

    AFP, Published on 20/01/2012

    » Greece raced on Friday to clinch a debt deal with private creditors ahead of a eurozone meeting as it opened talks with EU-IMF bailout partners on a new loan to avert a March default.

  • NEWS

    Rio dazzles in Carnival finale

    AFP, Published on 21/02/2012

    » Rio throbbed to sambas, pyrotechnics and dazzling parades in an ecstatic climax Tuesday to its famed Carnival celebrations.

  • LIFESTYLE

    Font of elegant ideas

    Muse, Arusa Pisuthipan, Published on 28/01/2012

    » Fonts are a lot more than just an artful way of rendering the letters of an alphabet. During the golden age of modern typefaces - from the early 19th century to the mid 20th - choosing the right script was like choosing the right headgear. And the advent of script lettering and type has considerably benefited graphic design.

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