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From left: Blair MacDonald, Amir Khan, Faryal Makhdoom and Oliver Clark pose Saturday evening at the premiere of "Team Khan" at the Raindance Film Festival in London, England.

‘You Will Shine,’ Amir Khan Tells Aspiring Thai Boxers

Top, from left: Blair MacDonald, Amir Khan, Faryal Makhdoom and Oliver Clark pose Saturday evening at the premiere of "Team Khan" at the Raindance...

Taut Thriller on Woman’s Rape, Vengeance to Take Bangkok Stage

BANGKOK — Participating in the annual Bangkok Theatre Festival, English-language theatre company Peel the Limelight will take the stage with suspenseful thriller “Death and the Maiden.”

Online Freedom Exhibit at TCDC Talks Memes, Pixels, Censorship

BANGKOK — Through a pixelated sculpture of Prayuth’s eyes to a memeified event in Thai history, artists at an exhibition say the internet in Thailand is both a venue for freedom and a tool for surveillance.

Brew Yoga Meets Silent Disco Saturday in Bangkok

BANGKOK — Since last year, beer and yoga has become a way to heighten states of mind and body – and this week it’s going a step further.

Starved of Funding, BACC Unable to Pay its Bills

BANGKOK — The director of a popular downtown public arts venue said City Hall has made good on its vow to defund the Bangkok Art and Cultural Centre, or BACC, by refusing to pay its utilities.

Freak-Out Troupe to Lead 30+ Gonzo Acts at Sukhum Fest

BANGKOK — Cosmic freak-out juggernauts from mid-’90s Japan will take over a Bangkok music venue as the headlining act of an upcoming epic nightlife program.

Thai Director on Rohingya and a Crisis of Hate

BANGKOK — A crisis that has driven millions from their homes around the world gets an intimate telling in "Manta Ray," a story of two strangers.
Embassy guide Wimolrat.

Historic French Ambassador’s Residence Opens to Public Sunday

BANGKOK — The French ambassador’s residence, arguably the most historically significant such home in Bangkok, will open to the general public Sunday for a...

Nordic Film Fest to Set Sail With ‘Kon-Tiki’ Sea Quest

BANGKOK — The epic journey of a Norwegian explorer who sailed on a raft 8,000 kilometers across the Pacific Ocean will be among the top eight films from Nordic countries to screen in Bangkok later this month.

Thai Compassion For Rohingya Wins Big in Venice

BANGKOK — A Thai movie dedicated to Rohingya refugees scored a premier prize at the world’s oldest film festival last night.





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