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A Bangkok University and school performed card stunts to show their...

Members of the public from throughout the country continued to pay their respects to His Majesty King Bhumibol Adulyadej by organizing events as a...

Thammasat commemorates 40th anniversary of October 6, 1976 bloody crackdown

Thammasat University today held a ceremony to commemorate the 40th anniversary of the October 6, 1976 bloodshed in which over forty of democracy fighters...

236 register for free language classes

More than 200 people signed up for the latest round of free foreign-language courses offered by Pattaya City Hall. Deputy Mayor Ronakit Ekasingh welcomed...

Thammasat student teachers to take over Pattaya’s free foreign-language courses

Thammasat University next year will take over foreign-language classes offered by Pattaya City Hall with promises to employ graduates of at least one course....

Grad students help Redemptorist School open Ray’s Second-Hand Shop

Thammasat University graduates chipped into organize inventory and price products as the Redemptorist School for People with Disabilities opened Ray’s Second-Hand Shop. ...

YWCA awards 300 scholarships

About 300 students from 57 schools and colleges received scholarships from the YWCA Bangkok-Pattaya Center. Praichit Jetpai, chairwoman of the YWCA...

Wonderful Winnie wins top finance award

A former student at Garden International School has won one of the world’s top finance competitions. A group of...

Barbarians bask in glory at Pattaya Rugby Festival

The Amari Orchid Pattaya Chris Kays Memorial Rugby Tournament took place at Horseshoe Point last weekend and featured 16 teams from six countries taking...

Century Poll on residential demand in Bangkok

Century 21 Affiliates Thailand, in collaboration with Thammasat University’s Faculty of Architecture and Planning (APTU), is launching Thailand’s first property poll, under the...

Thank you Pattaya

St. Patrick’s Day parade raises funds for Father Ray Foundation More than one thousand local residents and foreign expats joined the 2012 St. Patrick’s...

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Communities reach out to children with special needs on Lions Service Day

Scholarships and daily necessities were donated to families with special-needs children on Lions World Service Day in Pattaya. Banglamung District Chief Amnart Charoensri and Amnuay...

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Photographers who were interested in a little experimentation used to try all kinds of camera settings to under expose or over expose the negatives...

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PCEC learns how “Chinetics” can improve your body and health

Joyce Lah, speaker at the October 6th meeting of the Pattaya City Expat Club, used the catchy title of the book “Eat, Pray, Love”...

How risky is eating red meat? New papers provoke controversy

New York (AP) — Eating red meat is linked to cancer and heart disease, but are the risks big enough to give up burgers...