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    Celebrate 20 years of One Piece

    Life, Suwitcha Chaiyong, Published on 16/08/2019

    » Fans of popular Japanese manga and animation One Piece can meet celebrated characters at the One Piece 20th Anniversary in Thailand at Parc Paragon, Siam Paragon, from now until Aug 20.

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    School of games

    Life, Suwitcha Chaiyong, Published on 06/08/2019

    » Pathompawn Nadoo surprised many of his friends when he decided to pursue e-sports in university. Amid people who frowned upon his calling, the 19-year-old was certain it was the right decision. A freshman at the University of the Thai Chamber of Commerce, Pathompawn said he has always been passionate about video games and dreams of becoming a gamecaster in the future. Before enrolling in the e-sports course, he was gamecasting on his YouTube channel Soldsaga KunG.

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    The sound of Isan on your TV

    Life, Suwitcha Chaiyong, Published on 02/08/2019

    » When TV drama Dok Khoon, Sieng Khaen was planned to be screened on GMM25, the announcement received positive response. Featuring locations in Thailand's northeastern region and characters speaking Isan, the show was expected to be an enjoyable programme.

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    Travel back in pop

    Life, Suwitcha Chaiyong, Published on 01/08/2019

    » White Music is one of GMM Grammy's successful music subsidiaries which has many multi-skilled and popular singers. Some of its top performers are Palitchoke "Peck" Ayanaputra, Pramote "Oat" Pathan, Pongkool "Pop" Suebsung, Chanakan "Atom" Rattana-udom, Kanyarat "Lula" Tiyapornchai and Getsunova.

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    Taking on an ocean of waste

    Life, Suwitcha Chaiyong, Published on 29/07/2019

    » Debris, plastic bags, plastic bottles, straws. These are things that should never end up in the stomach of a sea creature. Yet this is a depressingly common occurrence, as veterinarian Weerapong Laovechprasit has discovered in his work at the Department of Marine and Coastal Resources. The autopsies he has conducted have turned up rope, Styrofoam, coins and worse. The huge quantities of waste in the oceans is proving fatal to creatures both great and small: sea turtles, dolphins, even whales.

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    The long and winding road

    Life, Suwitcha Chaiyong, Published on 22/07/2019

    » The Appalachian Trail is a famous 3,500km-long scenic hiking track in the US, attracts about 2 million people each year. It winds its way through 14 states, across wild lands, roads and farms. Attempting the trail is no small task.

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    Nichkhun gears up for his first solo concert in the Kingdom

    Life, Suwitcha Chaiyong, Published on 16/07/2019

    » Nichkhun "Buck" Horvejkul is a pioneer for Thai singers in the K-pop industry. He has been a member of the boy band 2PM since 2008. While many members of his band fulfil military service, the singer has been busy with solo activities.

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    Making you safe at home?

    Life, Suwitcha Chaiyong, Published on 15/07/2019

    » Smokers became indignant when the 2019 Family Development and Protection Act made headlines last month. According to various media outlets, reports were made saying that the new law, which will take effect next month, prohibits smoking at home. Smokers felt this unfair and were furious.

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    A grand vision of time

    Life, Suwitcha Chaiyong, Published on 11/07/2019

    » After designing watches for around 40 years, Nobuhiro Kosugi still encounters difficulty when sketching a new timepiece.


    Marine life drowning in a sea of debris

    Life, Suwitcha Chaiyong, Published on 08/07/2019

    » Three Bryde's whales were recently founded dead in the Gulf of Thailand in Samut Prakan, Chumphon and Surat Thani. After autopsies, the director of the Marine and Coastal Resources Research and Development Centre, the Central Gulf of Thailand found that fishing gear and marine debris were among the major causes of death. These endangered species must have come to the surface of the sea to breathe, getting themselves injured by fishing gear such as nets. Marine debris also troubled the whales' digestive systems, causing them to become sick, grow weak and die.

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