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    How does a dying industry cope?

    Life, Tatat Bunnag, Published on 17/06/2019

    » It's no secret the world has been rapidly changing before our eyes. As we all understand that the world keeps evolving and new things always come to replace the old, sometimes you can't help but feel nostalgia about this loss.


    Living in the past

    Life, Pongpet Mekloy, Published on 10/06/2019

    » Apart from giving rise to keyboard warriors and other nuisances, the digital age also has a good side. One thing I love most about today's world is that it has given me easy access to tons of photographs from the distant past. And that, at least to me, is almost like time travel.


    Life, rerouted

    Life, Melalin Mahavongtrakul, Published on 03/06/2019

    » When news came that a bridge outside my office would be undergoing construction for two years, I died a little on the inside.


    Ageing in an ill-prepared society

    Life, Kanokporn Chanasongkram, Published on 27/05/2019

    » As one of the younger baby boomers, someone who will turn 60 in 2023, I still don't have a retirement plan, let alone enough savings for the winter years of life.


    New rules for a traditional medicine

    Life, Karnjana Karnjanatawe, Published on 20/05/2019

    » As Thailand is the first country in Southeast Asia to amend the narcotics laws and allow cannabis, still a narcotic drug, to be used for research and medical purposes, another issue is raised if we will lead other countries in the region to legalise cannabis.


    Show them the way

    Life, Arusa Pisuthipan, Published on 13/05/2019

    » It's something of a surprise that, until now, the United Nations has never released a recommendation on physical activity for children under the age of five. Now, at least, the international agency realises that it is important to have proper guidelines for little ones who, after all, represent the future of our planet.


    A better Korean option

    Life, Suwitcha Chaiyong, Published on 06/05/2019

    » South Korea is one of the most popular destinations for Thais -- both tourists and illegal workers. According to the Ministry of Labour, there are 165,854 Thais living in South Korea, 143,169 of them illegally. Such a large number of illegal workers has caused Korean immigration officers to strictly screen Thai visitors. On April 20, a Facebook user shared a post saying that only five Thai passengers from a low-cost flight could get through Seoul, while the rest were detained for deportation. On the post, many comments blamed illegal workers for causing trouble for those attempting to travel legitimately. An unlawful worker defended himself by saying others didn't have sympathy for his poverty.


    Insights into insanity

    Life, Yvonne Bohwongprasert, Published on 29/04/2019

    » The suspected mastermind behind Easter Sunday's deadly bombing in Sri Lanka is reported to be a radical preacher with militant links.


    When we don't properly use the web

    Life, Tatat Bunnag, Published on 22/04/2019

    » Everybody knows the good and bad side of the internet and social media by now. Of course it's easy and very convenient to connect with people or access any information you want within seconds. But if abused, it can also be destructive.


    Corruption complexities mar Thai politics

    Life, Patcharawalai Sanyanusin, Published on 15/04/2019

    » This summer seems hotter than usual to me, and the Songkran water splashes don't seem to cool me down at all. Well, the major culprit isn't El Nino, which is hitting the country this year, but rather the political tension that has been escalating since the March 24 election.

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