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.
FIFA World Cup 2014 brought joy to football lovers across the world and sadness to losers, especially those in the host country, Brazil. It also brought with it lessons on how to truly enjoy a sporting event.
In the six weeks since the military took control, actions unseen during decades of elected governments have been unveiled.
Prevention is better than cure. That truth is obvious when it comes to personal health, but it also applies to the health of the environment, on which we all depend.
Next week marks the 17th anniversary of the baht devaluation - a decision that brought the worst economic pain for Thailand in decades.
Reports of forced labour in Thailand have drawn little attention from most Thais, though they have become a focus for the international community, led by the US.