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Monday, April 22, 2019

See Select Cambodian Shorts Sunday

BANGKOK — Select Cambodian shorts will screen for free Sunday at a Sathon art space.

Made By Legacy Flea Market: Pretension or Desperation?

BANGKOK — Judging by the number of hipsters and regular folk attending the latest two-day ‘Made By Legacy’ Flea Market which ends today, there’s a seemingly insatiable desire by some to dress-up for their vision of a perfect-world.

Handshake Heralds More Tactical US Approach to Junta

By Pravit Rojanaphruk
Senior Staff Writer

BANGKOK — Activists and academics say they are confident that U.S. policy toward the military government of Gen. Prayuth Chan-ocha will be adjusted but not drastically changed after what appeared to be a cordial meeting late last month between Prayuth and the new U.S. Ambassador to Thailand, Glyn Davies.

Beauty Queen Apologises For "Dirty Reds" Remark

BANGKOK — The winner of Miss Universe Thailand has apologised for the hateful comments she posted about pro-government Redshirts on social media.

Review: ‘Kingsman’ Sequel Lacks Punch and Vibe of First Film

In the first film about a secret spy group known as Kingsman, we learned they are well-dressed, courtly and perfectly groomed. But by the second film, there's a decidedly ungentlemanly whiff about them — of desperation.

Now Running: New Gallery Crops Up Along Rama III

BANGKOK — The riverside area along Rama III in south Bangkok is welcoming the debut exhibition of a new gallery in a part of town not known for cultural venues.

Junta-Ruled Thailand Bans Junta-Simulating Video Game

BANGKOK — Thai authorities have reportedly banned the sale of the political simulation video game "Tropico 5," citing dubious "inappropriate content."

Bangkok Comic Con Madness (Photos)

BANGKOK — The fifth Bangkok Comic Con on Saturday drew crowds of enthusiasts to Siam Paragon. Rainy weather did not stop fans of American superheroes and Japanese anime...

Evidence Ties Kritsuda to Blackshirt Militants, Police Chief Says

BANGKOK — Thailand’s police chief has renewed the accusation that a 26-year-old Redshirt activist currently in exile supplied weapons to armed militants who fought with security forces during the political unrest in 2010.

Bangkok Marathon Still On Despite Toxic Smog

BANGKOK — A marathon organized for this weekend in Bangkok will go ahead despite the hazardous levels of smog that have clouded Bangkok for weeks, the Tourism and Sports Ministry said Friday.





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