• Fri, 22 Jun 2018 16:08
    Activists rethinking tactics to counter China’s annual dog meat festival
    As South Korea moves closer to banning dog meat, diners tuck into bowls of stewed canine in southern China, where activists are rethinking their tactics to counter a notorious festival that butchers thousands of dogs.
    Breaking News
  • Fri, 22 Jun 2018 13:35
    China dog meat fest opens as S. Korea goes the other way
    As South Korea moves closer to banning dog meat, diners tuck into bowls of stewed canine in southern China, where activists are rethinking their tactics to counter a notorious festival that butchers thousands of dogs.
    Breaking News
  • Tue, 20 Mar 2018 01:00
    Messianic moron Trump funnier than Monty Python: Gilliam
    Monty Python’s Terry Gilliam could be forgiven for thinking the whole Donald Trump presidency is a joke on him.
    opinion
  • Tue, 13 Feb 2018 01:00
    Thinking the way the bully wants
    Aerial photographs obtained by the Inquirer and published last week reveal incontrovertible proof that Beijing’s militarisation of its South China Sea outposts is almost complete.
    opinion
  • Thu, 30 Nov 2017 01:00
    Thinking the unthinkable: A coalition of the two big parties
    If you want to stir a huge debate among friends at this point, when no one is sure when the next election will take place, there is one sure way to ignite a really heated exchange.
    opinion
  • Wed, 27 Jan 2016 01:00
    Is Amnesty seeking to mislead world about rights situation in Thailand? : Don
    FOREIGN Minister Don Pramudwinai questioned yesterday if Amnesty International has sought to mislead the media and public into thinking the Thai government restricts human rights.
    national
  • Tue, 26 Jan 2016 18:00
    Is Amnesty seeking to mislead world about rights situation in Thailand: Don
    FOREIGN Minister Don Pramudwinai questioned Tuesday if Amnesty International has sought to mislead the media and public into thinking the Thai government restricts human rights.
    Breaking News
  • Thu, 07 May 2015 12:08
    Japanese zoo rethinking 'Charlotte' for newborn monkey
    TOKYO (AFP) - A Japanese zoo said Thursday it is rethinking the name of a baby monkey after a public poll decided on "Charlotte", following complaints it was disrespectful to Britain's newborn princess.
    Breaking News
  • Tue, 03 Jun 2014 00:00
    Mind-controlled aircraft flight possible, German study shows
    Munich - Pilots might some day fly their aircraft merely by thinking the commands to the wings and the engines, a new study with seven testers in the German city of Munich suggests.
    Breaking News
  • Thu, 08 May 2014 00:00
    Hands up if you feel |happy for Cressida
    There are probably more than a few lovely Thai girls thinking they might still have a shot at Britain's Prince Harry now that he's royally dumped his girlfriend of two years, Cressida Bonas.
    Art
  • Wed, 21 Aug 2013 00:00
    Rethinking the concept of 'partnership'
    If your customers are patients visiting your hospitals and looking for healthcare services, they cannot avoid going there by themselves physically, regardless of the position they hold in their company. If your customers are passengers travelling from poi
    Economy
  • Tue, 25 Jun 2013 00:00
    Rethinking the rice policy: A moral and financial issue
    In recent weeks, the debate relating to the widespread desire to amend Thailand's current rice price-pledging scheme has increasingly focused on over-simplified partisan arguments, while the interests of farmers themselves are seemingly being further neg
    opinion
  • Mon, 29 Apr 2013 00:00
    Rethinking the wealth of nations
    The Asian financial crisis of 1997-98 reshaped both the banking and corporate sectors through a restructuring process. Long after the crisis, international confidence has been restored, reflected by consistent currency appreciation and foreign direct and
    Economy
  • Sat, 02 Mar 2013 00:00
    Independent bodies should be open to acrutiny: top judge
    Rethinking the status and mandate as well as scrutinising the so-called independent organisations under the constitution are necessary to ensure they are accountable and there will be no further confusion and overlapping of authority, said Visanu Waranyu,
    national
  • Wed, 04 Apr 2012 00:00
    Stressing 'family' in family business
    Eddy Lee, the fourth-generation leader of Hong Kong sauce giant Lee Kum Kee Group, whose brand is synonymous with Chinese cuisine, explains how his family business survived the "succession curse" by rethinking the concept of family business management, Th
    Economy
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