'It always starts with one person'

...have in common? Sulak Sivaraksa, a Buddhist activist from Thailand, says we're much more connected than one might think.Now...opportunity to understand the current unrest in Sulak's native Thailand and the surrounding region through the eyes of a longtime activist...
Sports On TV for Dec. 10

...p.m., TGC - PGA Tour Australasia, Australian PGA Championship, first round, at Benowa9 p.m., TGC - Asian Tour, Thailand Championship, first round, at Bangkok1:30 a.m., TGC - European PGA Tour, Alfred Dunhill Championship, first round...
Booker season: Not this one

...Narrow Road to the Deep North" is just flat-out depressing. It's about Australian POWs building the Death Railway in Thailand. It follows their lives before, during and after World War II. There's no hope in it. No redeeming value. Only loss...
Sports On TV for Dec. 11

...p.m., TGC - PGA Tour Australasia, Australian PGA Championship, third round, at Benowa9 p.m., TGC - Asian Tour, Thailand Championship, third round, at BangkokNBA BASKETBALL3 p.m., ESPN - Portland at Chicago5:30 p.m., ESPN - L.A...
Age appropriate?

...scenes: news footage showing hostage situations in Bangkok, Thailand where a bloodied man high on meth is holding a knife up to...hundreds of people; an interview with a sex industry worker in Thailand's Red Light District, who at the start of the interview...
Alaska Design Forum to host two lectures

...multidisciplinary design group Supermachine, based in Bangkok, Thailand. Chaowakul's talk will be held on Tuesday, April 8, at...they have designed one of the biggest outdoor music events in Thailand. For more on Supermachine, visit supermachine.wordpress...
Evening at Egan Lecture Series kicks off Friday

...led by Sulak Sivaraksa.Author and activist Sivaraksa is an advocate for social, environmental and political justice in Thailand, Sri Lanka and around the world. Twice nominated for the Nobel Peace prize, he has been awarded the Swedish Right Livelihood...
My Turn: Voting as a civic duty

...Honduras, Italy, Liechtenstein, Luxembourg, Mexico, Nauru, Paraguay, Peru, Philippines, Singapore, Switzerland, Thailand, Turkey and Uruguay.Our own state of Georgia actually had compulsory voting written into its state constitution in 1777...
Today in sports history

...394) as Texas defeats Iowa State 54-33.2004 - Roger Federer routs an injured Andy Roddick 6-4, 6-0 to capture the Thailand Open, joining John McEnroe and Bjorn Borg as the only players to win 12 straight ATP Tour finals in the last 25 years.2008...
Travel: Thailand - The 'Land of Smiles'

...explores the exotic streets of Bangkok, Thailand. March 18: The series concludes with...eager to begin exploring. They call Thailand the "Land of Smiles" and as we wandered...guesthouse. The Palace is the home of Thailand's much beloved King Bhumibol Adulyadej...


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