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    Perfect safety

    Life, Xiangyang Tang, Published on 28/02/2012

    » My friend from Malaysia sent me an email saying he couldn't make a business trip to Bangkok as planned out of fear after a bomb rattled the capital on St Valentine's Day.

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    Serving society

    Life, Xiangyang Tang, Published on 08/03/2012

    » Mark Butters, president of the Rotary Club of Bangkok South (RCBS), has hit a purple patch. In the year past everything seems to have gone his way, notably last September when he became father to twin boys, and he feels that 2012 is going to be another exceptional year for him as well as his organisation.

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    Cycling with care in mind

    Life, Xiangyang Tang, Published on 09/03/2012

    » Jacky Hong, a 35-year-old cyclist from Malaysia, became a father three months ago. He wanted to do something special to celebrate his daughter's birth and, if possible, to give her a life lesson before she's old enough to actually understand it.


    The future is 'Made in China'

    Life, Xiangyang Tang, Published on 20/03/2012

    » A Thai colleague gave me a gift, a blue umbrella she bought in Japan. She told me it was high-quality Japanese product. Yes, it was well-made with nice purple cloth cover and stainless-steel handle.

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    The way to go

    Life, Xiangyang Tang, Published on 23/03/2012

    » In order to be happy, American scholar and China expert Prof Stephen B. Young believes it pays to follow China's ancient teachings _ be one with nature.

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    Enlightened existence

    Life, Xiangyang Tang, Published on 20/01/2012

    » Dhammachari Lokamitra has no hobby. But if he was to name one, he would say his hobby and his work is one and the same.

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    Giving by design

    Life, Xiangyang Tang, Published on 03/02/2012

    » Stephen Pimbley said his original dream was to be a designer for films. But now he is a renowned architect.

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    Japan's Mr Fix It

    Life, Xiangyang Tang, Published on 10/02/2012

    » Starting off as a business consultant at the age of 27, Hasegawa Kazuhiro has helped more than 2,000 Japanese companies out of bankruptcy in 45 years of service.

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    Trouble brewing

    Life, Xiangyang Tang, Published on 23/02/2012

    » If crime thrillers are not your typical read, you might not be familiar with Jake Needham. The crime novelist has already published four works of fiction. His first novel, The Big Mango, released more than a decade ago and subsequent books Killing Plato and Laundry Man were set in Thailand, while his last novel, The Ambassador's Wife, took place in Singapore.

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