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

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Talk About Climate, LGBT, and Tyrants at Bangkok Creative Fest

BANGKOK — Writers, activists, journalists, and artists will gather next month at a riverside mansion to share provocative ideas and lead workshops that seek to inspire.

‘One Ok Rock’ Coming to Bangkok in April

BANGKOK — One of J-Rock’s most popular bands is coming to shake up the Thai capital at the end of April, organizers announced Sunday.
A firefighters backs away from the flames after lighting a controlled burn near Tomerong, Australia, Wednesday, Jan. 8, 2020, in an effort to contain a larger fire nearby. Photo: Rick Rycroft / AP

Run Against Australian Bushfire in Charity Drive This Sunday

BANGKOK — Take a break from spending money and strolling in malls to jogging outside of one to raise money – for the Australia bushfire crisis.
Photo: Oakbank Balhannah CFS / AP File

Have a Barbie to Support Aussie Bushfire Relief This Weekend

BANGKOK — Get together with some mates for a good cause to support relief efforts for Australia’s devastating bushfires at a sausage sizzle this weekend.

Let Imaginations Fly at Bangkok’s Outdoor Solar-Powered Art Exhibit

BANGKOK — A light exhibition in the heart of Bangkok encourages visitors to interpret the illumination in their own ways.
A gate of Auschwitz Concentration Camp. Photo: xiquinhosilva / Flickr

Forbidden Love Between a Jew and a SS Guard Comes to Bangkok Opera

BANGKOK — The real-life story of an unlikely romance during one of humanity’s darkest times will come to life in an opera coming this January.
Photo: Disney on Ice / Facebook

Elsa to Freeze Bangkok Summer at ‘Disney on Ice’

BANGKOK — With “Frozen 2” having reaped 190 million baht and counting from Thai theaters, Disney’s icy grip won’t release us – Disney on Ice is coming to town this summer.
A woman poses with tulips Dec. 19 at Royal Park Rajapruek in Chiang Mai.

Free Stuff for New Year’s: Tollway, (Some) BTS Rides, and Plant Seeds

BANGKOK — To ring in 2020, the Thai government is waiving fees for some tollways, BTS rides, and national parks.

‘Run Against Dictatorship’ Moved to Park in North Bangkok

BANGKOK — Organizers of a sports event doubling as a rally against PM Prayuth Chan-ocha said Thursday they are moving to a park in northern Bangkok.

Review: Unanswered Questions At King Taksin’s Old Palace

BANGKOK — Visiting the royal residence of King Taksin the Great would remind Thais of many unsettled questions from the bloody history.





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