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Thai PBS World Daily – Your news roundup of the day (28th September 2022)

Thai PBS World Daily is here to provide you with a daily news roundup of the top stories in Thailand. Here’s what you need to know for today. Tropical storm…

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Thai PBS World Daily – Your news roundup of the day (27th September 2022)

Thai PBS World Daily is here to provide you with a daily news roundup of the top stories in Thailand. Here’s what you need to know for today. Storm Noru…

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Thai PBS World Daily – Your news roundup of the day (26th September 2022)

Thai PBS World Daily is here to provide you with a daily news roundup of the top stories in Thailand. Here’s what you need to know for today. Tropical storm…

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Uncertain future for cryptocurrencies in Thailand? – This Week with Thai PBS World (September 23rd 2022)

The cryptocurrency market in Thailand has grown over the past few years, with Bitcoin being the most popular. However, the market entered a crisis this year, with the value of Bitcoin…

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Thai PBS World Daily – Your news roundup of the day (22nd September 2022)

Thai PBS World Daily is here to provide you with a daily news roundup of the top stories in Thailand. Here’s what you need to know for today. Chemical leak…

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My hair doesn’t define my sexuality

Skinheads and buzz-cuts are hairstyles that Thai women would never dare to try. As long hair is much preferred, women with very short hair are often stereotyped either as a…

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Thai PBS World Daily – Your news roundup of the day (21st September 2022)

Thai PBS World Daily is here to provide you with a daily news roundup of the top stories in Thailand. Here’s what you need to know for today. Thailand to…

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Thai PBS World Daily – Your news roundup of the day (20th September 2022)

Thai PBS World Daily is here to provide you with a daily news roundup of the top stories in Thailand. Here’s what you need to know for today. Thais and…

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Thai PBS World Daily – Your news roundup of the day (19th September 2022)

Thai PBS World Daily is here to provide you with a daily news roundup of the top stories in Thailand. Here’s what you need to know for today. Second Omicron…

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Thai PBS World Daily – Your news roundup of the day (15th September 2022)

Thai PBS World Daily is here to provide you with a daily news roundup of the top stories in Thailand. Here’s what you need to know for today. Thailand’s Cannabis-Hemp…

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Death of a schoolgirl locked in a van: Who is responsible? – This Week with Thai PBS World (September 16th 2022)

The tragic death of a 7-year-old schoolgirl became a huge story in Thailand. It has sparked outrage, particularly among parents who are now questioning a lack of responsibility by teachers…

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Being a “creative” food-and-still-life female photographer – Patcha Kitchaicharoen

“The kind of photographer I want to be is someone who shows their identity through their photos. I think it’s quite unique, where you can express your identity in those…

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Thai PBS World Daily – Your news roundup of the day (14th September 2022)

Thai PBS World Daily is here to provide you with a daily news roundup of the top stories in Thailand. Here’s what you need to know for today. Charter Court…

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Thai PBS World Daily – Your news roundup of the day (13th September 2022)

Thai PBS World Daily is here to provide you with a daily news roundup of the top stories in Thailand. Here’s what you need to know for today. Warning of…

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Thai PBS World Daily – Your news roundup of the day (12th September 2022)

Thai PBS World Daily is here to provide you with a daily news roundup of the top stories in Thailand. Here’s what you need to know for today. Nearly 92,000…

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Can fashion become more sustainable? – This Week with Thai PBS World (September 9th 2022)

As people become more aware of sustainable living, there are more options being made available to encourage us to do so. One of these is “slow fashion”, which helps people moderate…

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Explained: Quiet Quitting – What it really means and does it really work?

Quiet Quitting has gone viral among many young professionals. But what does it really mean, and can such practice be done in Thailand’s working culture? **NOTE: This video was uploaded…

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Thai PBS World Daily – Your news roundup of the day (8th September 2022)

Thai PBS World Daily is here to provide you with a daily news roundup of the top stories in Thailand. Here’s what you need to know for today. Thailand’s Charter…

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Explained: The good and the bad of “quiet quitting”

**NOTE: This video was uploaded on September 7th 2022

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Explained: Death of a schoolgirl locked in a van, who is responsible?

**NOTE: This video was uploaded on September 6th 2022

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Let’s talk – To write off or not to write off: Two sides of student loan repayment battle

**NOTE: This video was uploaded on September 5th 2022

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Explained: Thai street food continues to gain global recognition

**NOTE: This video was uploaded on August 31st 2022

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Explained – Thailand’s infamous overhead cables, what they are for and plans to handle them

**NOTE: This video was uploaded on August 30th 2022

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Let’s talk: What’s next after the constitutional court ruling?

**NOTE: This video was uploaded on August 29th 2022

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Explained: Thai-Saudi Bridge Exhibition

**NOTE: This video was uploaded on August 27th 2022

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Explained: How can leftovers from your plates cause global warming

**NOTE: This video was uploaded on August 25th 2022

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Explained: Can flooding in Thailand get worse in the future?

**NOTE: This video was uploaded on August 24th 2022

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Sustainable alternatives to sanitary pads

**NOTE: This video was uploaded on August 23rd 2022

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Let’s talk: Is Thailand’s bio-circular plan turning the country into a global dumping ground?

**NOTE: This video was uploaded on August 22nd 2022

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Explained – Why is South Korea a destination for illegal Thai workers?

**NOTE: This video was uploaded on August 18th 2022

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Explained – Thailand’s cannabis legalisation

**NOTE: This video was uploaded on August 17th 2022

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Let’s talk: Prayut and his brothers-in-arms plot path to remain in power after election

**NOTE: This video was uploaded on August 16th 2022, before Prayut was suspended from his official duties as prime minister

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Explained: Thailand’s gun control, how does it work legally?

**NOTE: This video was uploaded on August 11th 2022

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Explained – Gun violence and where does Thailand stand?

**NOTE: This video was uploaded on August 10th 2022

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Explained – Monkeypox outbreak and the situation in Thailand

**NOTE: This video was uploaded on August 9th 2022

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Let’s Talk – How long can Prayut Chan-o-cha legally stay in power, 3 more weeks or 5 years?

How long can Prayut Chan-o-cha legally stay in power, 3 more weeks or 5 years? Let’s talk. **NOTE: This video was uploaded on August 8th 2022, before Prayut was suspended…

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Thai PBS World Daily – Your news roundup of the day (7th September 2022)

Thai PBS World Daily is here to provide you with a daily news roundup of the top stories in Thailand. Here’s what you need to know for today. Numerous schools…

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Thai PBS World Daily – Your news roundup of the day (6th September 2022)

Thai PBS World Daily is here to provide you with a daily news roundup of the top stories in Thailand. Here’s what you need to know for today. Man arrested…

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Why ‘Quiet quitting’ is on the rise?

Have you ever felt that you are constantly snowed under with work? Or never have enough time to finish the job as you expect to, just because you have to…

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Thai PBS World Daily – Your news roundup of the day (5th September 2022)

Thai PBS World Daily is here to provide you with a daily news roundup of the top stories in Thailand. Here’s what you need to know for today. Charter Court…

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Quiet Quitting – Is it practical in Thailand’s work culture? – This Week with Thai PBS World (September 2nd 2022)

For the past week, you may have come across this term, which has been trending on social media, “Quiet Quitting”. Quiet Quitting, of course, is not about completely disappearing from work…

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Walk-A-Tif: The ‘Thai-Saudi Bridge’ Exhibition

This year seems to be a golden year for Thailand and Saudi Arabia relations, after the 2 countries agreed to restore full diplomatic ties. But what are the elements that…

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Effective waste management starts with ‘environmental awareness’

– The destiny – In 1979, Werner Kossmann set foot in Thailand for the first time. “It was like destiny”, he said with a smile. This country wasn’t, however, in…

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The Ambassador – India eyes increased trade, tourism with Thailand as it celebrates 75 years of independence, bilateral ties

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The Ambassador: Singapore is a “fountain of knowledge” for Thailand

Describing Singapore as a “fountain of knowledge”, His Excellency Chutintorn Gongsakdi, the Ambassador of Thailand to Singapore, said that this is an opportunity for Thailand to learn from its neighbour…

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Home Away: Life as a Thai student in Singapore’s top university

Foreseeing her future career in the tech sector, Nichamon Han-ithikul decided to study for a master’s degree in data science and machine learning at the National University of Singapore, which is…

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Walk-A-Tif – Northeast India Festival in Bangkok 2022

Organised by the Embassy of India, in association with North Eastern states of India, the second Northeast India Festival aims to boost tourism in the region and showcase the cultural…

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Nobody’s life is perfect and it’s okay to be imperfect – Kalyakorn Naksompop

“The funny but very sad thing is that people don’t know that our words really matter, that one word can really kill another person, another soul. We joke a lot…

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Impact on children of gun violence in the media

Screen time is something hard to avoid nowadays. Children can easily be exposed to anything presented, be it video games, television programs or social media. If parents are not careful,…

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Gun control in Thailand – How does it work?

Thai PBS world talks to a dealer at a gun shop in Bangkok about his opinion of Thailand’s gun control, which he said is well-designed thanks to an appropriate screening…

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A worker stands beside floating solar panels for the Sirindhorn Dam hydro-solar farm run by the Electricity Generating Authority of Thailand (EGAT) in Ubon Ratchathani on February 23, 2022. (Photo by Jack TAYLOR / AFP)

Climate change, global warming, net zero emissions – What has Thailand done so far?

Thailand is among many countries facing issues with climate change. With many world leaders committing to reduce greenhouse gas emissions and global warming, what has Thailand done so far? Thai…

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The Ambassador: France eyes deepening ties, highlights importance of ‘Indo-Pacific’

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Private sector teams up to drive green economy

Containers and packaging make up a major portion of municipal solid waste (MSW). Among these are over 3,000 million beverage cartons each year. While the aluminium layer, currently used in…

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Patama Chantaruck discusses what is holding women back in Thailand’s IT sector

“As a leader, I don’t count how many followers I have. I’d rather count how many female leaders I have promoted. If I can do it, so can they.” Encouraging…

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Morphogenesis – The art of destruction

Broken glass can be turned into something beautiful, it’s just a matter of how you handle it. Walk-A Tif will take you to see the ‘urban contemporary’ art scene, crafted using…

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Nightlife sector slowly recovers post pandemic

Bangkok is internationally famous for its night entertainment. With the lifting of COVID-19 restrictions, this business sector is bound to recover. Thai PBS World talked to the owner of a…

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KBank’s first female CEO, Kattiya Indaravijaya on equal opportunities for all genders in Thailand’s banking sector

“When you’re in business, what you have to do is deliver performance to all the stakeholders. It’s the way that you try to deliver the best results that you can…

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A support system for patients with depressive disorder

Two patients with depression tell Thai PBS World why they are willing to be part of the support system for other patients.

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Kesara Manchusree on female leadership in Thailand’s finance industry, including exchange business

“I think that Thailand is one of the countries with the lowest level of gender discrimination in the finance industry.” Females in finance Kesara Manchusree, who is widely known as…

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Consumption of cannabis in food and drinks

Thai households are now allowed to cultivate up to ten cannabis plants for medical use and consumption. It is vital for users to understand the pros and cons of this…

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The Ambassador: Cyprus eyes deepened trade, tourism and cultural cooperation

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The Ambassador: The Philippines expects continuity in new presidency, hopes for tourism cooperation

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Doing ‘drag’ was kind of an escape: Pangina Heals

“Doing ‘drag’ was kind of an escape, a way in which you can be a different character, a better version of you and somewhat super-human. So, I was really attracted…

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A Buddhist perspective on social issues

The exposure of scandals in Thailand’s Buddhist clergy, or Sangha, constantly grab the attention of the media and the public. The disappointing behaviour is often contradictory to Buddhists’ expectations, as…

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US INL helps Isan to fight illegal trafficking

In the past several years, the Greater Mekong Sub-region has seen increasing illegal trafficking activities, especially drugs, which are often transferred via natural routes, with production shifting from Myanmar to…

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An exciting life on the waves for a Thai-Australian surfer

“For me, [surfing is] my profession, so it is something that I can do every day. I’m trained at it, it is what I do and it is how I…

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How a monastery in Nakhon Pathom is breaking barriers to Thailand’s monkhood

“You know, we are not ordained to gain acceptance. That is not our purpose.” A clear statement from The Venerable Dhammananda, the first fully-ordained female monk in Thailand and the…

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Why some elderly Thais cannot afford to retire

Recently, the Thai government announced an increase in special subsidies for the elderly who receive the state pension in fiscal year 2022. They will get an extra payment of 100-250…

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UNGA President highlights need for ‘more equal’ assistance for sustainable recovery

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Walk-A-Tif: Mimouna party, a festival of good neighbours

It is not that common to experience Jewish traditions in Thailand, so this is a very good chance to observe a celebration taking place at the residence of the Israeli…

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What Gen-X voters want from the next Bangkok governor

There are 871,272 generation X voters, or 19% of the capital’s electorate, who are entitled to vote on May 22nd in the Bangkok gubernatorial election. Thai PBS World spoke with…

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A joyful Eid al-Fitr festival in Phuket after the 2 years of pandemic

Muslims make up around 30% of the population in Phuket, where the migrant Malays originally settled. Islamic festivals are really famous on this resort island, especially the Eid al-Fitr festival,…

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The high-profile sexual assault scandal: How will it change Thai society?

All Thai media outlets have been focused on the recent sexual assault case involving over 10 alleged victims and an accused who is a well-known politician and economist. Audiences are…

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Auckland, the world’s most livable city

Living in Auckland, on New Zealand’s north island, you’ll feel pretty much the same as in the pre-pandemic era and this is why this city became the world’s most livable…

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The Ambassador: H.E. Rahhaly discusses Morocco’s tourism cooperation and revival

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Explore the beauty of Canada and Thailand

There is a saying that “a picture is worth a thousand words”. So, this photo exhibition, by 2 globetrotting Canadian photographers, tells the beautiful story of the relationship between Thailand…

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How Thai “feminist” law students are challenging the patriarchy and cultural norms

“Feminism is demanding equal rights for all genders. Everyone can become a feminist, regardless of our gender. We don’t have to believe or fight in the same way, but we…

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The Ambassador: H.E. Waldemar Dubaniowski highlights Poland’s solidarity with Ukraine, ties with Thailand

   

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The joy of a Korean traditional wedding in Bangkok

Each culture’s marriage ceremonial traditions are unique. Many contain hidden or long forgotten, but interesting meanings. They can reveal a lot about that culture. The Korean traditional wedding is no different. …

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Views of employers on hiring new graduates

Each year approximately 500,000 new graduates enter Thailand’s job market. Perhaps it is now the most challenging time to find a job, since all businesses have been affected by the…

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Pavement problems in Bangkok are more than just disrepair

There are 22.55 square kilometres of pavement in Bangkok, just 1.44% of the city’s whole area. Despite the small fraction of space they occupy, the footpaths of Bangkok are infamous…

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Home Away – Roseanna Marshman

An English teacher and TV presenter from Oxford, England, Roseanna Marshman, said that her interest in Thailand and Asian countries developed when she was young, as her mum was a…

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Passion comes from within – Chanida Aroonrungsi

“When you look back at your past, how you felt at that moment is still the same, but it’s the way we look and feel about them now which has…

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Thailand tourism business deals with multiple challenges from Russia – Ukraine conflict

As many Russian tourists experience difficulties, due to the current sanctions imposed on their country, let’s find how Thai tourism authorities are handling the situation.

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No one can take your rights away from you – Chumaporn Taengkliang

“The truth is, not every place has been friendly to people like us, because they think we’re going to cause chaos. What we really want is to demand our rights,…

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Western settlement along the Chao Phraya River

The Chao Phraya River is the main artery of Bangkok. In the old days, it was where everything happened, full of life and culture. So, the river’s banks were where…

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Existing concerns of a mother-to-be

The Thai population is shrinking, as the birth rate falls below the death rate. This problem is a time bomb, which is set to explode in the next 20 years…

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The Ambassador: H.E. Rachmat Budiman highlights education, Indonesia’s richness in arts, culture

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Empowering the next generation of lawyers for women’s and LGBT rights

“I am here to stand beside transgender women. I used to suffer from the patriarchy, the oppression and the discrimination.” Transgender lawyer Chitchapa Panich expresses her goal, to tackle the…

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Walk-A-Tif: Bangkok Design Week 2022

It’s that time of the year when we can explore the creative scene in Bangkok. Today, “Walk-A-Tif” brings you to Bangkok Design Week 2022, which has spread beyond its home…

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The Ambassador: H.E. Ganesh Prasad Dhakal, Ambassador of Nepal to Thailand

Exclusive interview with the Nepali Ambassador to Thailand on his hope for the return of tourism between the two countries and more bilateral trade and investments.

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New hope for improving Thailand’s road safety

There is a new road safety campaign and it is a powerful tool for tackling Thailand’s road safety crisis, which is video clips of traffic violations. It is expected that…

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The Ambassador: H.E. David Daly highlights the EU’s global soft power, trade with Thailand

Exclusive Interview with the new EU Ambassador H.E. David Daly on the European bloc’s ties with Thailand, a planned trade agreement, its positions in the region and in the world…

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Chong Nonsi Canal Park – A new lung for Bangkok

Stretching from Surawong Road all the way down to the Chao Phraya River, over a distance of about 4.5 kilometres, Chong Nonsi Canal is being transformed into Bangkok’s longest park,…

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Making desserts is an art – Arisara “Chef Paper” Chongphanitkul

“I think making desserts is an art. Desserts are something that fulfills our life, more than other types of food that we eat every day.” The “art” behind Thai desserts…

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Suggested alternatives to pork

As pork becomes more and more expensive, some people may have stopped eating this delicious meat for a while. Maybe it’s time for us to get more creative over the…

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It’s not about gender, it’s about competence – Sujira “Chef Aom” Pongmorn

“I never thought I would ever become a successful chef, or even be awarded a Michelin Star, because it’s like the Oscars for chefs. I never thought of that at…

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How a teacher deals with education inequality

A teacher in a small rural school reveals the immense struggle within the Thai education system, which is leading to poor academic performance by pupils, and what the expectations he…

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Reviving Thailand: Transportation

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Reviving Thailand: Hospitality

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