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by crossing more than 90 varieties of durian. The question is, would you eat an odorless durian? Hehe. tongue.gif
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in 7 locations: Sukhumvit 62, Klong Toey, Victory Monument, Saphan Kwai, Dindaeng, Seacon Square, The Mall Ngamwongwan (Kaerai Juction). 2 dead victims so far. New Year's Eve celebration canceled. We still saw how this event unfold in TV, most of our friends going to downtown to celebrate New Year's has came back.

UPDATES 1/1/07: Two more bombs explode near midnight. One at the outside of Central World Plaza where the main event for New Year's Eve planned and then canceled (we were just there during the afternoon!).

More info at: Bangkok Pundit for links, and chronological report of last night, ScandAsia for list of location and for pictures and more reports.
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is today, 5th Dec 2006, a national holiday About 1 million well-wishers are expected to swarm at Sanam Luang to join the traditional candle-light ceremony tonight. Long live the King!
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*Again with Thailand Sep Coup*. Underground news of Thailand anti-coup movements that does not appear on mainstream Thai media. [via Bangkok Pundit]
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The site, specially developed by Thailand Ministry of Foreign Affairs to promote more relationship (business, investation, tourism etc.) between Thailand and Arab countries. Available in two languages, English and Arabic.
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Refering to Thai Government, Eid-ul-Fitr, the end of Ramadhan in Thailand will fall down on 24th October 2006, Tuesday, not on Monday. Therefore, we and the Indonesian Embassy (KBRI) will be celebrating Idul Fitri on Tuesday too. :)
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The Council for Democratic Reform Under the Constitutional Monarchy, the official name of the current executive power in Thailand after the 19 Sep Coup d'├ętat now has a site, in Thai and English. Updated 02/10/06: The new address is here:
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skrinsot dari jadwal yang gue punya. Ga kerasa udah puasa keberapa nih di Thailand. Selamat menunaikan ibadah puasa bagi yang beragama Islam, semoga lancar ibadahnya!
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the guys at explained.
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In downtown currently. At the new and trendy Siam Paragon Mall, that open as usual.

Less people on the street, but everything looks normal. All public transportation are working as usual. One person describe the reaction of the Thai people here as cool detachement.

Cable operator UBC has unblocked CNN and BBC since 13.31 PM

Bangkok, definitely, is not a war zone.
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