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    The tree of life

    Brunch, Normita Thongtham, Published on 08/11/2015

    » I received an invitation to a symposium recently. Well, I thought that was what it was, for the invitation and the programme were in Vietnamese and there were only three words that I understood: Hanoi and Morinda citrifolia.


    Friends in need

    Brunch, Published on 08/11/2015

    » These three are some of the many puppies found abandoned on the street, where it is difficult for them to fend for themselves. They are playful and very sociable, all with good health.


    Partying like it's going out of style

    Brunch, Usnisa Sukhsvasti, Published on 08/11/2015

    » Socialites and personalities from the entertainment industry rubbed shoulders within the glass enclosed walls of Zense Heaven Bangkok for the Zen Stylish Awards 2015.

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    Many faces of dissent

    Spectrum, Published on 08/11/2015

    » In a dining room in Queens, New York, Thai journalist Jom Petchpradab sits at a table loaded with Chinese food, juggling conversations on dog grooming and political exile. Next to him, an iPhone dangles from a charging cord plugged into the ceiling.

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    No justice for the family of a conscript beaten to death

    Spectrum, Published on 08/11/2015

    » Just over a week ago, Narissarawan Keawnopparat, 24, decided to make public the gruesome photos of her late uncle Private Wichian Phuaksom’s body. Her social media post went viral and reignited interest in the landmark case, as prosecutors decide whether to proceed with criminal trials in the months ahead.

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    A major challenge to the military mindset

    Spectrum, Anucha Charoenpo, Published on 08/11/2015

    » A national human rights commissioner has called on the army to learn lessons from the death of Private Wichian Phuaksom, in a bid to protect conscripts from abuse at the hands of officers.

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    When big profits come with a major catch

    Spectrum, Paritta Wangkiat, Published on 08/11/2015

    » The sun was about to rise when Aussaree Meenwang, 45, and his wife threw the first drift net into the sea near Khao Yai island off the Satun coast.


    Goodness, gracious, great balls of fire

    News, Roger Crutchley, Published on 08/11/2015

    » The Bun Bang Fai rocket men of Isan may beg to differ, but Thailand is not exactly in the vanguard of space exploration. We still get occasional sightings of UFOs, but most turn out to be the result of someone consuming too much amber liquid.


    Democracy still a dream for Myanmar

    News, Editorial, Published on 08/11/2015

    » There is a perverse irony in watching Myanmar go to the polls today from Thailand. The country which has endured more than half a century of oppression under military rule is inching further towards democracy, while the country which has long been perceived as a liberal part of the modern world is being ruled by diktat. It is tempting, if over-simplistic, to view this as the moment Myanmar overtook Thailand among the ranks of democratic nations.


    Stop classroom corruption

    News, Postbag, Published on 08/11/2015

    » We are constantly being told two things here in Thailand. That education needs to be reformed so young people can learn to think for themselves, and that corruption must be defeated to allow for greater equality in society and permit Thailand to become more competitive in the international area. To expedite these goals I would like to make the following suggestion. Eradicate corruption where it is doing the greatest harm — in schools.

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