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    No need for new protests

    News, Published on 31/10/2012

    » It is a basic right of Thais to gather, petition their government and speak their mind on politics and most other subjects. Sunday's gathering at the Royal Turf Club was a peaceful demonstration of this core right. The crowd that filled many of the 20,000 seats at the horse-racing track was sometimes raucous, but never threatening. Yet the participants should ask if the country really needs another round of divisive politics _ and decide that the answer is "no".


    Kongkiat misquoted

    News, Published on 31/10/2012

    » I refer to your article in the Bangkok Post titled ''Government criticised for 'dangerous' policies'' (Business, Oct 29). There are a number of misquoted statements which I would like to clarify:


    Rural kids falling through the cracks

    News, Sanitsuda Ekachai, Published on 31/10/2012

    » When I asked Nukid, my housekeeper, if she thinks it's better for her small sons to grow up in her village rather than in a big city like Bangkok, she vehemently shook her head.


    When is enough, enough?

    Life, Onsiri Pravattiyagul, Published on 31/10/2012

    » My paternal grandmother passed away last week. She was 103 years old.


    Great e-book reader with built-in light

    Life, James Hein, Published on 31/10/2012

    » Well it has arrived, my new Paperwhite Kindle. It is small, light, and the text is clear. It is very easy to use with sensible touch areas. The built-in light is great for darker reading areas and the battery technology will allow me to keep it on the whole time and still get a long reading life from the unit. I bought the Wi-Fi version because that is all I need to access my Amazon account. This model does not have any extras like the ability to play music or audio books, so if you need this stick with the earlier models for the time being. For the person who wants to replace their book reading with an electronic device that can be used in the dark then this is perfect and exactly what I want.

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