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A woman with a Doraemon water gun backpack sprays soldiers during 2017 Songkran celebrations on Khaosan Road.

Photo Phriday: Songkran, Songkran and Songkran

Here’s how Thailand and Songkran looked this past week.

Wonders Never Cease at Wonderfruit Festival 3.0

Despite a postponement that meant cancellations and ticket prices more exclusive than inclusive, Wonderfruit returned for a third year in strong form to remind...

420 Weed Fest to Light Up Bangkok Again

BANGKOK — Get lit on heady optimism at an event that’s part serious discussion and part wacky weed fest.

‘Boyce Avenue’ to Cover Bangkok in Song in June

BANGKOK — Three Florida brothers best known for their cover collabs of popular songs will perform in Bangkok for the first time.
Photo: Tensnake / Courtesy

Bangkok This Week: Jizz Jazz, Alt Rock, House, Techno

The monsoons have arrived with a vengeance, but the good news is that this week is full of concerts and dope club nights.

Review: ‘Logan’ a Satisfying End for Jackman’s Wolverine

"Logan" is not for the faint of heart – not just because of its brutal violence, but because it packs an emotional wallop you don't typically expect from a comic-book movie.
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‘Wandering’ into the Woods, Director Captures Buddhism on Film

BANGKOK — Having captured the everyday lives of Thais through his three previous films, director Boonsong Nakphoo is releasing his latest effort “The Wandering” Thursday to explore the real essence of Buddhism, reflecting the tranquil journey of a man who decided later in life to become a monk, something rarely seen in films nowadays.

All the Sights of Tokyo’s Tsukiji Fish Market (Without the Smell)

BANGKOK — No need to go to Tokyo to explore its infamous Tsukiji fish market, as a Japanese documentary will bring a taste of it in a film about fresh fish, farmers’ rights and gastronomers at the city center.

Television Ordered to Restore Full Color

BANGKOK — A week before the cremation of King Bhumibol, the national broadcasting regulator told television stations Thursday to stop stripping the color from...
Photo: Ferrizal / Flickr

Japanese Violinist to Soothe Bangkok With Brahms

BANGKOK — Classical music lovers will be serenaded to works from German composer Johannes Brahms when a Japanese violinist plays in the capital next month.

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