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Facing Starbucks Lawsuit, Starbung Claims Religious Defence

(20 October) A yearlong dispute which pitched a global coffee superpower Starbucks against a local Bangkok coffee stall Starbung has resulted in a lawsuit.

Chinese Tourist Drowns Off Koh Larn

CHONBURI - A Chinese tourist has drowned in the sea near Koh Larn island earlier today, police say.

See World Economic History Through the Medium of Dance

BANGKOK — In a first for Southeast Asia, renowned writer Pascal Rambert’s acclaimed play that entwines everyday life with economics, “Kin-Yoo-Kue” will be staged in Bangkok for three days this week.

A Look at Those Who Built What They Will Never See

BANGKOK — The hands raising Bangkok’s luxurious spires live in a parallel world of tin-roof shanties, a glimpse of which will be available at an exhibition opening next week.

Japanese Girl Group AKB48 Coming to Bangkok

BANGKOK —  Attention, otaku fanboys: Get your glow sticks ready because – as their trademark overture goes – these “angels” will come down from the world’s famous Akihabara to perform for you.

Tuk-Tuk Wins Best Costume at Miss Universe



LAS VEGAS — Thailand’s Tuk-Tuk won the Best National Costume today at Miss Universe 2015 in Las Vegas.

Southern Muslims in Thailand Band Against Israel's War in Gaza

PATTANI — Muslims in Thailand’s war-torn southern province gathered today to oppose the Israeli offensive in Gaza Strip, which has left more than 390 people dead since it began ten days ago.

Bangkok Bombing: Warrant No. 9 Names Chinese National

BANGKOK — A ninth arrest warrant issued this afternoon dispelled uncertainty whether a man currently in military custody is a Uighur from China’s Xinjiang province.

‘Gender Illumination’ Lights Thai LGBT Diversity

BANGKOK — Lipstick, high heels, Barbie dolls, cabaret costumes and a letter approving a transgender man to wear pants to an exam are among the Thai LGBT artifacts to be show at a museum.

Junta Declines Calls to Revoke Year-Long Ban on Political Activities

BANGKOK — Thailand's military junta will retain its ban on political activities, which was imposed nearly one year ago, despite calls from the leader of the Pheu Thai party to repeal the prohibition.

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