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Published on 02/10/2015
» People living in the Chao Phraya River basin should prepare for a drought crisis that will last until 2017, and those in Bangkok should store water for consumption...
Published on 05/02/2015
» Severe water shortages are expected in at least 30 provinces this year as the dry season digs in, with parts of eight provinces already declared drought disaster...
Published on 02/05/2012
» Nature has not been kind to residents of the Central Plains. Within months, the flood crisis has turned into a drought crisis.
Published on 28/03/2016
» Buri Ram: Water in communities across the nation will never run dry as long as residents rely on their abilities to manage water resources, Saman Lothong, a member...
Published on 26/06/2015
» Black Siamese cats are in high demand these days. No, not for dining tables in China, but for <i>hae nang maew</i>, a ritual to ask the deity for...
Published on 09/05/2016
» Tonight there will be a new moon. According to the Thai lunar calendar, tomorrow will be the first day of the sixth month. And that reminds me of the classic...
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Published on 12/03/2012
» Thailand seesaws from too much water in Bangkok to too little in farming areas like Nan that need water for crops.
Published on 06/02/2013
» It difficult to be a fish farmer when your river begins to dry up. That is the problem facing villagers near the Moon River in Buri Ram province as a severe drought...
Published on 01/11/2010
» Earlier this year lack of rain reduced Thailand's rice crop, then suddenly at the end of the rainy season massive floods are causing vegetable shortages.
Published on 14/07/2015
» Former weatherman Smith Dharmasaroja is well known for his doomsday predictions, such as his forecast in 1998 that a tsunami would hit southwestern Thailand,...