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    Hospitals urge change to payments

    News, Published on 12/01/2013

    » Smaller private hospitals which are having trouble referring patients to larger city hospitals have called for changes to health funding, saying patient health will suffer.

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    Sweet desire

    Muse, Published on 12/01/2013

    » [WHAT] Opening of Thailand's first Magnum Cafe pop-up store at Siam Center and launch of new Magnum Choco-Cappuccino ice cream

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    Drawn to do good

    Muse, Published on 12/01/2013

    » [WHAT] Opening of an art exhibition called ''Draw Comes True: From Artistic Works to Little Dolls''

  • LIFE

    Oiling it up

    Muse, Napamon Roongwitoo, Published on 12/01/2013

    » It is hard to maintain healthy hair in this kind of urban lifestyle, what with the dry air-conditioned air sucking out the moisture, the heat and harsh sunlight damaging the cuticle layer and all the hairstyling products stripping the liveliness and shine away from the hair. TV commercials tell us to load it up with this-and-that treatment product, but those are, more often than not, packed with chemicals that could further damage the hair in the long run, not to mention possibly accumulate in the body.

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    There by the grace of art

    Muse, Samila Wenin, Published on 12/01/2013

    » Like her mentor, the father of Thai modern art Professor Silpa Bhirasri, Lawan Upa-in is as much a teacher through and through as she is an artist. Struggling with a way to have a nuanced conversation with a stranger she's just met, she finally gave in to her "habit", asking if she could just address herself as khru (teacher).

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    Airing your flying concerns

    Muse, Sirinya Wattanasukchai, Published on 12/01/2013

    » Now everyone is flying and we all seem to share the same problems with airlines. The "On the Spot" column by Catharine Hamm at Los Angeles Times provides good answers to questions from passengers who have had trouble with airlines. Recently, a passenger asked if it was possible for an airline to check a passenger in to a regular seat if the passenger bought a seat with extra legroom. Hamm double checked with the airline for the passenger and consulted gurus on the issue. Check out the answer at of how the passenger was treated for his extra-legroom seating. For another question, about what rights a passenger has as a paying customer if one has to endure a smelly passenger in a flight, check out

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