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Wednesday, January 25, 2017

Bodies Electric: Japanese Dancers Bring from Tron-Inspired Show

BANGKOK — More than 20 dancers from Osaka will suit up in LED-lit costumes and show off some free-style moves in the dark for the first time in Bangkok.

Chinese New Year to Skip Chinatown

BANGKOK — The Year of the Rooster will have less to crow about this year as for the first time in many years, Chinese New Year will not be celebrated on Yaowarat Road.

Bangkok Pride Parade Postponed to End of 2017

BANGKOK — The capital’s first pride parade in a decade has been postponed to the end of the year due to ongoing mourning for King Bhumibol.

‘Big Bad Wolf’ is Back With Tons of Children’s Books

BANGKOK — After having impressed readers in August with a 60-hour shopping marathon, The Big Bad Wolf Book Sale will be back in February for young bookworms.

Fly Windmills and Headspins at Epic B-Boy Battle

BANGKOK — La Fete’s B-boy Battle is ready to break down some moves next month with street dancers throwing down in a freestyle dance battle.

Do Good: Hit the Town to Raise Money for Flood Relief

BANGKOK — Join artists, musicians and chefs raise money for flood relief in a series of events beginning Tuesday. Appreciating art won’t be only for...

Thai Craft Beer’s New Strategy: Keep Brewing Until Law Catches Up

BANGKOK — “Can you eat Khao Man Gai (Chicken and Rice) every day? Can you eat Som Tam every day? No, but you can drink beer every day,” a man says as he pours a chestnut and brown sugar stout from the tap.

The Temper Trap to Give Bangkok ‘Sweet Disposition’

BANGKOK — Australian rock band The Temper Trap is coming to perform live in Bangkok.

Of Bangkok Bass and Beats: Dragon’s Weekend Party Picks

Before I start this week's column please let me offer my condolences to those killed at this week's BPM Festival in Mexico. We should always remember music unifies and brings together folks from all walks of life. Music is one of the beautiful things in life – and most importantly – people should always be able to enjoy these things in a safe environment.

‘Those Who Died Trying’ Keeps Heroism Alive of Murdered Thai Activists

BANGKOK — See the faces of those who tried to make a difference for the country – and paid the ultimate price for it – at an exhibition calling attention to a persistent injustice.

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