Flood-proofing Bangkok could force canal dwellers out

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By Jonah Fisher

Nearly three months after the worst of the flooding, life for most of Bangkok's 10 million residents has returned to normal.

The water has drained away and on many buildings only a dirty high-tide mark remains as a reminder of the sodden weeks of late 2011.

The immediate crisis over, thoughts have turned to how the Thai capital can better protect itself in future.

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