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    Signs of unity take root

    News, Editorial, Published on 26/05/2016

    » It wasn't very much, but it was a start. When the Election Commission invited more than 50 representatives of political parties to the Army Club last week to a forum on the law governing the Aug 7 referendum, the military government blinked.

  • OPINION

    State workers' rosy online views

    News, Published on 26/05/2016

    » China heavily censors its internet, limiting what its people can see or say online to channels that the government can control.

  • OPINION

    Another way of looking at the horrors of Hiroshima

    News, Gwynne Dyer, Published on 26/05/2016

    » Today's Hiroshima doesn't give the TV journalists a lot to work with. It's a bustling, mid-sized Japanese city with only few reminders of its destruction by an atomic bomb in 1945. There's the skeletal dome of the Hiroshima Prefectural Industrial Promotion Hall (which was right under the blast), and discreet plaques on various buildings saying that such-and-such a middle school, with 600 students, used to be on this site, and that's all.

  • OPINION

    No stars in gunman saga 'reality show'

    News, Kaona Pongpipat, Published on 26/05/2016

    » 'You are the star," said Christof to Truman Burbank in the 1998 American satirical comedy-drama hit film The Truman Show. Jim Carrey stars as Truman, a man whose whole life in a constructed reality is broadcast 24/7 to billions of people around the world. "You were real. That's what made you so good to watch."

  • OPINION

    Regime must give public facts,not fiction

    News, Nopporn Wong-Anan, Published on 26/05/2016

    » Refreshed after a long-weekend break, General Prawit Wongsuwon, the "Big Brother" of the ruling National Council for Peace and Order, could not keep the "good news" to himself on Monday.

  • OPINION

    Air pollution kills 1 in 8 worldwide

    News, Published on 26/05/2016

    » Cooking and eating -- caring for our families at home, moving onto work, school and markets, and then back home again. These are universal rituals that fill our days and the lives of people the world over. And yet there is an unrecognised health threat lurking in the shadows of our most basic routines: air pollution.

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