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Thriving and surviving, Bangkok is booming. Here are our picks of interesting stuff coming up.


Singer Joss Stone to Deliver ‘Soul Sessions’ in Bangkok

BANGKOK — English soul singer and songwriter Joss Stone will deliver “Super Duper Love” to fans in Thailand in March at a Silom-area rooftop bar.

Friday: Filmmaker Apichatpong’s First to Screen in Thonglor

BANGKOK — It’s a rare chance to see internationally acclaimed filmmaker Apichatpong Weerasethakul’s films in Thailand. But his very first feature will be show Friday along with other five independent movies for free this weekend.

Dance to All the Top-Tier Trance at Transmission

BANGKOK — The month of March will prove fortuitous for trance-lovers, as renowned and rising DJs alike will come together for one night to submerge revelers in a hypnotic rave.

See Burmese Doc ‘ My Buddha is Punk’ and 40+ Underground Films

BANGKOK — A Yangon rocker and his band pursue their obsession to build a punk scene in Myanmar through music criticizing everything around them, including nationalist Buddhist group Ma Ba Tha.

Revisit ‘90s Hip-Hop Snaps of Tupac & Friends in Bangkok

BANGKOK — See Tupac alive and smiling in a look at the golden era of hip-hop through iconic and rare photographs showing this month.

Hear ‘Imperial March’ and More Movie Music From Philharmonic

NAKHON PATHOM — From John Williams’ Star Wars and Harry Potter scores to Klaus Badelt’s Pirates of the Caribbean theme, the Thailand Philharmonic Orchestra will play pop showtunes for music and movie fans alike next month.

Get Ready to Celebrate Phuket’s Pride in April

PHUKET — The southern island of Phuket will celebrate the love for LGBT for a full week in April.

Chiang Mai: 30+ Films to Show Asia’s Tragedies and Joys

CHIANG MAI — See the blossom of a Cambodian rock scene before it was devoured like everything else by genocide. Musicians were murdered, record collections destroyed, clubs closed, and Western-style dancing outlawed, along with all other fashion and expression.

Thai Music Fest Season Has Come. Time to Get Outta Town.

Dancing to music under the night sky reconnects with our primal roots. The big difference is drums and bonfires have given way to big sound systems, lasers, food trucks and beer stalls.

Ways to Celebrate Valentine’s With Your Own Bad Self

BANGKOK — Dodge Cupid’s arrow and celebrate the love Tuesday with some interesting Valentine’s Day alternatives.

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