How a company in Thailand uses language-learning to gain a competitive edge

Language barriers and cultural differences remain major obstacles to globalised trade, in a world that might not be as interconnected and integrated as we think. While cultural and linguistic diversity…

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Former Thai PM Anand blames Section 272 of the Charter for political conflict

Thailand’s former Prime Minister Anand Panyarachun has blamed Section 272 of the Constitution, which enables senators to vote in the election of the Prime Minister, as the source of today’s…

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A West African green monkey (Chlorocebus sabaeus) in Simenti, Senegal whose response to threat was compared with Vervet monkeys/AFP

Monkey experiments offer clues on origin of language

Green and vervet monkeys live on either side of Africa and their evolutionary paths diverged 3.5 million years ago, and yet the two species share a hard-wired vocabulary when faced…

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