Top ten Search in Google Zeitgeist week of 4-10 August, 2012
August 14, 2012 00:00 By
1.Olympics 2012 Boxing.... Thailand's hopes of an elusive gold medal at the London Olympic Games boil down to boxing yet again, with veteran Kaew Pongprayoon carrying the whole country's expectations into the ring in the semi-final bout against third se
2. Chilli and Salt
New soap opera from Channel 7, written and directed by well-known author, Chuwongse Chayachinda and Marut Sarowat respectively, is bringing popular couple Weerapap and Khemanij together again
3. youtube olympics 2012
Sport fans can now follow the Olympic Games 2012 online at "YouTube" where there are variety of sport events streamed, viewable anytime, anywhere.
4. Asalha Puja
Asalha Puja, also known as Dhamma Day, is one of Theravada Buddhism’s most important festivals, celebrating the Buddha’s first sermon in which he set out the doctrine which came to him following his enlightenment. This first pivotal sermon is the teaching which encapsulates the four noble truths for Buddhists
5. Mother's day
Mother's Day in Thailand is celebrated on the birthday of the Queen of Thailand, Queen Sirikit (12 Aug). A month-long celebration of Thai Women’s Day will take place throughout August in commemoration of the 80th birthday of Her Majesty Queen Sirikit.
6. Jan Dara
Jan Dara based on a novel by Utsana Phleungtham is being remade with a new interpretation and cast. The 2001 Thai erotic-period-drama film premiered at the 2001 Toronto International Film Festival and tested the censorship bounds of Thailand’s 1930 Film Act with its controversial sex scenes.
TVJAA.com is an alternative channel for online TV which claims to offer the best streaming quality and greatest variety of channels online.
An online community of amulet collectors turn to the internet to study, share and even sell sacred and "rare, one-of-a-kind" amulets.
9. At-Ten Variety Show
This week the program presented the heartbreaking story of a video game addict whose life was spoiled by the console game machine that his father brought home when he was a young boy.
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