BANGKOK — Put the phone down and look up. That skytrain you’re commuting could be the pioneered mobile art installation.
BANGKOK — After festivities were canceled in 2016 and remained low-key for 2017, the Loy Krathong festival returns later this month with dozens of venues to celebrate in the capital.
BANGKOK — Geeks who love reading comics all day now have their own “third place” for doing so at the capital’s first manga cafe.
BANGKOK — Revisit a world of weird where men warm themselves by an immolating monk or take selfies in front of flaming air disasters, all to reflect real life somehow.
BANGKOK — Be it stress or fatigue on Blue Monday or any of the usual working days, seven artists offer relief through their blood, sweat and beers.
BANGKOK — Thailand will welcome not one but three major biannual art events next year – each billed as the kingdom’s “first” – with vastly different philosophies.
BANGKOK — More surprises are coming to the Bangkok Biennial, a massive cultural event taking place across the capital.
BANGKOK — The Rio Games last month showed drugs in competitive sports remain a problem four decades after doping became a matter of international brinkmanship during the Cold War.
NONG KHAI — Bang Fai observers who camped out along the Mekong River to see the waters erupt with fire from the maws of magical serpents weren’t let down Thursday night when nearly 800 fireballs shot into the sky.
Artists who for most of their careers have remained elusive and worked under cover of darkness came out in broad daylight this past week where they drew interest from curious onlookers – including the police.