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    TSTH confident of narrowing losses by year-end

    Business, Published on 22/08/2013

    » Tata Steel (Thailand) or TSTH, a unit of India's biggest steelmaker, expects a better performance in the fourth quarter as the domestic steel industry returns to the status quo after temporary duties on Chinese imports.


    Savouring a sylvan past

    Life, Pichaya Svasti, Published on 22/08/2013

    » In the late 1760s, when King Taksin was busy establishing his new capital in Thon Buri following the sacking of Ayutthaya, this was a sparsely populated frontier area. Those were unsettled times and the residents of this rural outpost probably lived in constant fear of attack by enemy troops.


    If you change nothing, then nothing will change

    Life, Parisa Pichitmarn, Published on 22/08/2013

    » Why do bus drivers in Bangkok drive like F1 racers on ya ba? Because that's the way things are. Why do the trains we use still look no different from when my late grandfather was a young man? Because that's the way things are. Why are motorcycle-taxi drivers completely okay with speeding through a red light? Well boo-hoo-hoo and too bad. Because that's just the way things are.

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    Showcasing the fabric of sustainable fashion

    Life, Published on 22/08/2013

    » We have long been familiar with water hyacinth. Our country has plenty of this free-floating perennial aquatic plant that we have cleverly turned into all sorts of items to use around the house.

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    Japanese soul music moves beyond tradition

    Life, Published on 22/08/2013

    » Three exciting Japanese musicians will join forces to present a sound splash of voice, taiko drum, tsugaru-shamisen and guitar during their first Thailand concert tour next month.

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    In pursuit of happiness

    Life, Published on 22/08/2013

    » Don't be too quick to file this under W for "Well they would say that, wouldn't they?"

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    Up for the chop

    Life, Patipat Janthong, Published on 22/08/2013

    » These trees, trying to spread their branches out from traffic islands in the middle of Bangkok's Rama IV Road, got a visit from the barber during the rainy season.

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    Movie time

    Life, Published on 22/08/2013

    » Movie Talk Programme, a film screening and discussion hosted weekly by Ajarn Songyote Waeohongsa, resumes this month at Pridi Banomyong Library's Rewat Buddhinan activity room, Thammasat University, Tha Pra Chan campus.

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    One for the money, two for the show

    Life, Amitha Amranand, Published on 22/08/2013

    » Women Of Asia returns to the spotlight almost three decades after its conception here in Thailand. Written and directed by Korean-American theatre artist Asa Gim Palomera, the play comprises eight unrelated scenes and monologues inspired by real-life stories of women across Asia, collected from news articles and humanitarian agencies. And while in Palomera's hands the stories are moving and ring true, the play is stylistically dated and heavy-handed to the point of distraction.


    Top 10 national parks

    Life, Karnjana Karnjanatawe, Published on 22/08/2013

    » During the rainy season, some might not want to travel for fear of getting wet. But the green season is also a good time to visit national parks. Below are the top 10 most popular national parks announced recently by the National Parks, Wildlife and Plant Conservation Department.

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