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    Group opposing nuclear weapons wins Nobel peace prize

    Associated Press, Published on 07/10/2017

    » OSLO, Norway: The International Campaign to Abolish Nuclear Weapons won the Nobel Peace Prize on Friday, a forceful show of support for a grassroots effort that seeks to pressure the world's nuclear powers to give up the weapons that could destroy the planet.


    TGI’s role in Thailand 4.0 era

    Published on 07/10/2017

    » The Thai-German Institute (TGI), an organisation under the supervision of the Ministry of Industry, has been entrusted with developing and transferring advanced manufacturing technology to Thai industrial sectors in order to strengthen their capabilities and competitiveness in the Industry 4.0 era. To upgrade target industry productivity, TGI is enhancing technology, innovation, and human resources through the use of robots, automations, moulds, and machinery.


    Coming home to a shipping container

    Business, New York Times, Published on 07/10/2017

    » Tim Steele stood outside a pair of orange shipping containers on a hillside about two hours northwest of New York. The large metal cargo door swung wide to reveal a small mudroom inside the corrugated walls, and beyond that an expansive living room, kitchen and small bathroom. Several tall windows looked out on the Catskill Mountains, a vista that stretched for miles.


    What's trending and happening this week.

    Muse, Apipar Norapoompipat, Published on 07/10/2017

    » 1. October marks the one-year anniversary of His Majesty King Bhumibol's passing, and in a gesture of dedication and remembrance, ChangChui creative hub in Thon Buri is holding a month-long programme called From Particles To Father's Universe, featuring numerous art exhibitions and talks on His Majesty and his works. Highlights include the Silence Of The Universe art exhibition, consisting of a collaboration of over 70 artists, talk sessions from PorLeawDee - The Creator, live music from Silpakorn University's Faculty of Music and tastings of nine favourite dishes of His Majesty. The programme will run from now until Oct 29, Tuesdays to Sundays (free on weekdays; 40 baht on the weekends), 11am-11pm at ChangChui. For more information visit their Facebook page.


    Walking it

    Muse, Melalin Mahavongtrakul, Published on 07/10/2017

    » In black tux and bow tie, 22-year-old Philip Thinroj appeared onstage at the grand finale of The Face Men Thailand -- a model-and-actor-seeking reality TV show -- at GMM Live House in CentralWorld, for what would be his victory walk last Saturday.

  • NEWS

    Crafting a plan for kid bosses

    News, Nauvarat Suksamran, Published on 07/10/2017

    » Entrepreneurship instilled from an early age with the support of the state is cultivating a crop of promising young business-minded people in their early teens, some of whom are already making a monthly salary from their products and ideas.


    For RS, diversity is strength

    Business, Nanat Suchiva, Published on 07/10/2017

    » A music company, a TV station, a health and beauty operator: RS Plc has assumed whatever form necessary to get through tough business times. Chief executive Surachai Chetchotisak, popularly known as Hia Hor (Brother Hor), strongly believes that such transitions have moved his company in the right direction.


    Drawing on your imagination

    Muse, Published on 07/10/2017

    » Pigma Micron I Am Original 2 Art Competition

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    Behind the closed doors is all rather sad

    Sports, Nobby Piles, Published on 07/10/2017

    » Watching the Barcelona game against Las Palmas last Sunday being played behind closed doors was a most peculiar experience. The whole thing was totally surreal as these highly-paid players performed in an empty stadium, usually patronised by 99,000 screaming fans. Millions of course watched it on TV, but the only people inside the normally heaving Camp Nou were team and stadium officials.


    Angry at automation

    News, Postbag, Published on 07/10/2017

    » Re: "Poor conduct on part of bus management", (Opinion, Oct 5).

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