Thais struggling to make sense of the kingdom's deadly flood crisis are turning to social media like never before, spurred by confusing official information about the disaster, observers say.
The largest study of its kind found no link between long-term use of mobile phones and increased risk of brain tumours, the British Medical Journal (BMJ) report.
Women are more likely to sustain injuries in an auto accident because safety features are designed more with men in mind, a study said.
Superman lives in the Philippines, if you ask Herbert Chavez, a fashion designer who has had plastic surgeons turn him into a near-replica of his comic book hero.
Getting married is easy, but staying married is hard. Given the adversities that married couples encounter, it is advised that a prenuptial agreement is entered into before getting married in Thailand.
A netizen disclosed on the popular Chinese forum Mop.com that a beggar in Beijing's commercial center Xidan was actually a millionaire who owns several properties and four cars, causing a sensation on the Internet.
Sharks are primitive creatures but their bodies produce a sophisticated substance that shows promise in fighting a range of human viruses from hepatitis to yellow fever, researchers said Monday.
Thailand should halt and review all trials connected to political conflict before and after a 2006 coup that opened deep divisions in the country, an independent commission recommended Friday.
Thousands of men from Myanmar and Cambodia set sail on Thai fishing boats every day, but many are unwilling seafarers -- slaves forced to work in brutal conditions under threat of death.
“I wanna be a billionaire so frickin' bad...” OK! Let's say I became a nouveau riche, billionaire. What would I buy first? A new car, of course. The Rolls-Royce Ghost with suicide doors? A metallic black (red interior) Ferrari California? Or a cool ice cream yellow Lamborghini “Mad Bat” Murcielago? I don't think so.
The makers of painkiller Nurofen Plus have recalled the tablets in Britain after anti-psychotic and epilepsy drugs were found to have been placed in packets in acts of suspected sabotage.
In the unending pursuit of love, or its less eternal surrogate, the right accent can be as attractive as bright eyes, a beaming smile and a parabolic backside.
A NASA spacecraft aimed at the sun shifted its unblinking gaze to an approaching comet last week to snap a new photo of the icy object as it flew by.
Pattaya is ranked as one of twenty cities where foreigners should purchase their second home.
Pattaya was ranked to be the one of twenty cities where foreigners should purchase their second home
The EdgeWalk at Toronto's CN Tower is an adrenaline filled excursion around an open-mesh metal walkway almost a quarter of a mile above the ground. There's no guard rail and no hand holds, just an uninterrupted view of the Toronto skyline and a through-the-mesh view of the ground, 1,168 feet beneath your feet.
SIEM REAP, July 27, 2011 - Pictures of hundreds of former volunteers line the walls of a muddy courtyard in Cambodia's tourist hub of Siem Reap, their faces once familiar to the orphans playing there but now long gone.
From $40,000 bath knobs to military-grade defense systems, these floating palaces rival even the most luxurious homes.
The sad truth for ridiculous Web memes is that they have remarkably poor shelf lives. So, farewell planking.
"Deang", a 38-year-old Thai woman from provinces, told us the sad story of her life with her German ex-husband