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    Stargazers look up to sky in middle of neon signs in Osaka

    Published on 03/01/2016

    » Osaka is a busy, crowded city with a lot of glaring neon lights that is probably one of the least suitable locations for observing stars.

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    At least 2m personal data sets feared leaked in Japan

    Published on 03/01/2016

    » TOKYO — At least 2.07 million personal data sets were leaked or feared leaked from 140 companies and bodies in Japan that said in 2015 they have come under cyberattacks, a Kyodo News survey showed Sunday.


    Highs, lows and screw-ups

    Brunch, Andrew Biggs, Published on 03/01/2016

    » It is a long-held tradition for this column, in its last week of each year, to present awards based on the year’s highs and lows. I understand such reflections can be found in another seven columns of the Bangkok Post today and over the past week.


    A Red-Hot Return

    Brunch, Chanun Poomsawai, Published on 03/01/2016

    » Monica’s eighth studio album is vintage R&B gold, with enough contemporary flourishes to please the fickle world of pop.


    The new law of the land

    Brunch, Published on 03/01/2016

    » Sadly, there was no fresh manuscript neatly wrapped under the Christmas tree. We did get a new Star Wars film in time for the holidays (spoiler: the rolling robot’s the best character), but we still have to wait for the latest gift from the Constitution Drafting Committee.


    Old kitchen artistry

    Brunch, Suthon Sukphisit, Published on 03/01/2016

    » The kitchen equipment we use these days can look very modern, even futuristic, and who can guess what form it will take in the future? If we look in the other direction, at the apparatus our ancestors used for cooking, we’ll find that quite a few of them survive now.


    The best way to turn over that new leaf

    Brunch, Normita Thongtham, Published on 03/01/2016

    » I have a young friend who lives in Fresno, California. She teaches science in high school but does volunteer work in her spare time, taking a group of elderly people to a public park to do gardening. “There are plots in the park where the elderly can plant flowers or vegetables,” she said when we talked on the phone recently. “They love it. They find it invigorating. Growing plants has given them a new purpose in life.”


    Open house

    Brunch, Usnisa Sukhsvasti, Published on 03/01/2016

    » The century-old Nai Lert Heritage Home recently opened its doors after undergoing major renovations and landscaping. The event was marked with a garden party, attended by hundreds of friends.

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    Drawing and crossing the line

    Spectrum, Published on 03/01/2016

    » Sakda “Sia” Sae-eaw, 62, was not surprised when he was called in for attitude adjustment at the Royal Thai Army headquarters a few months ago. His job as an editorial cartoonist at Thai Rath newspaper has given him a platform to criticise politicians, policies and governments for the past 22 years.

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    Carving into the smelliest stories of the year

    Spectrum, Published on 03/01/2016

    » From the political arena of football administration to the floodplains of downtown Bangkok and the iron-clad corruption-free Hua Hin monument, controversy was out of the ballpark in 2015.

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