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Embark For 19th Century Bangkok at Historic Chinese Pier

BANGKOK — Eat, seek divine help in love and marvel at a restored 167-year-old Chinese pier which opened Friday.

Join Hello Kitty Detective Agency and Solve a Very Cute Mystery

BANGKOK — Hello Kitty will bring other cute Japanese characters to Thailand for a detective game in which participants hunt for hidden treasures.

Glory Days of Absolute Monarchy Revived at National Gallery (Photos)

BANGKOK — In one image, King Rama V, dressed in a Western overcoat and top hat, is welcomed by German statesman Otto von Bismarck in Hamburg. Another shows the king seated next to Tsar Nicholas II of the Russian empire, a friendship forged across the two corners of Eurasia.

Director Turns to Virtual Reality to Tastefully Show Tragedy

SEOUL — For 25 years filmmaker Gina Kim wanted to make a movie about the true story of a South Korean sex worker killed...

Straight Outta 15th Century Florence, Da Vinci to Live Again in Bangkok

BANGKOK — Hear stories from the world’s original Renaissance man Leonardo da Vinci when he is brought to life on a stage next month.

Changing Chinatown as Seen by Those Who Live There

BANGKOK — Walk down Yaowarat Road on a given night and find the area known as Chinatown alive with tourists clamoring for street food unaware of the forces transforming the neighborhood.

In the Zine Zone: Another Episodic Adventure in Self-Publishing

BANGKOK — What’s old is new again at an event next month mixing retro and pop culture with personal expression and the intoxicating scent of drying ink.

Last Chance For Sunday Picnic Concerts in Lumphini Park

BANGKOK — Concert halls aren’t the only setting for an orchestra performance. A park will do too.

French Sculpture ‘Val’ Lives on at Sukhumvit Gallery Retrospective

BANGKOK — A talented French sculptor who worked and died in Thailand will be remembered Tuesday through her works from the past decade.

Nepal 2015: Relive the Nightmare, Witness the Courage

BANGKOK — After a devastating earthquake ravaged Nepal two years ago, a photographer who took to the streets and captured the aftermath will show his work in Bangkok later this month.

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