Reading has been a favourite hobby for me since childhood.
Were I a witch, (a good one, of course) I would use my magic to eradicate corruption from this Kingdom and the entire world.
Thailand's new government has arrived on the scene exactly 10 months since the last round of political conflict started late last year.
Scheme offers hope to millions on low income but contains pitfalls too
In light of natural disasters driven by climate change, consumers across the world are increasingly trying to cut their impact on the environment. Some use less fuel, while others recycle or opt for eco-friendly products that promise lower carbon...
When you turn 50, one question begins ringing repetitively in your head: "Will I have enough money to get by until the day I depart this world?"
Siam Cement Group's latest TV commercial is worth watching.
Standing out among the avalanche of suggestions offered to our newly-endorsed National Legislative Assembly (NLA) members is stern advice from Supinya Klangnarong, a member of the National Broadcasting and Telecommunication Commission.
Since June, Thais have been enjoying a new stream of content aired via the 24 new digital TV channels. Sadly, apart from the increase in the number of free television channels from six to 24, the content has not really changed very much.
Thais tend to take pride that their homeland is "superior" to Myanmar in the sense that the latter is the poorest country in the region.