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Saturday, April 21, 2018

Khon Kaen to Host Weird-Ass Music and Vegetable Festival

KHON KAEN — It will be a weird weekend in Khon Kaen when an alternative music festival returns later this month to the heart of Isaan.

Join Week-Long Rooftop Celebration of Thai Craft Beer

BANGKOK — It’s been a big year for Thai craft beer. From sun-dried banana-brewed beer and the country’s first legal honey wine, the domestic variety has gone from meh to “more please.”

Play, Learn, Be the Exhibit as Museum Goes Interactive at CentralWorld

BANGKOK — See jellyfish drawings come to life and swim in a giant virtual aquarium, roll a light ball to change its color and sound, learn about changing sea levels and take spectacular selfies at CentralWorld.
Revellers dressed in traditional Songkran outfits celebrate the Thai New Year on April 13, 2017, in Phetchabun province.

Relive the Ole Days At King Rama X Songkran Fest

BANGKOK —  Revel like in the old days when a retro Thai New Year festival is held in the capital later this month.

Royal Crematorium Design Unveiled (PHOTOS)

BANGKOK — Designs for a crematorium, royal chariot and other facilities situated around the royal funeral pyre for King Rama IX were unveiled Monday.

TCDC Goes Postal, Set to Reopen in Historic Building by River

BANGKOK — After leaving its home atop a high-end shopping mall, the Thailand Creative and Design Center, or TCDC will make its long awaited reopening in a historic building in old town Charoen Krung.

Thai Agency’s ‘Unusual’ Pitch Wins Cannes Lions Design Grand Prix

BANGKOK — A feel-good marketing campaign about Khlong Toei’s non-standard football pitches brought a Thai agency the kingdom’s first Grand Prix at an advertising awards show in Cannes, France.

Get Vintage Portraits at Pop-Up Camera Obscura Booth

BANGKOK — Forget retro camera apps and stop by a vintage library for a real vintage portrait taken with a wooden-box with a lens punched through it.

See 6 Free Very Human Tales at Indie Cinema

BANGKOK — In 1988, more than 100 Vietnamese refugees were stranded in the Pacific Ocean for 37 days. By the time they were rescued by Filipino fishermen, almost half had died.

LumyaiGate: Teen’s Golden Hot Pants Overheat Culture Wars

BANGKOK — After the prime minister became preoccupied with a teen luk thung singer’s sexuality and apparently dispatched police to cover her up and count her hip thrusts, Lumyai Hai Thongkam has become an icon of the national cultural wars.

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