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

Russian Nurse Becomes Photo Nomad in Search of Beauty

BANGKOK — Living in a dying Russian city where everyone gets married by 25 and retires to watch soap operas at home, a nurse turned photographer decided to travel the world in a quest for beauty.

Blood, Sweat, Tears and Beers: Our Suffering on Display Friday

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.

Czech Film Finds Nothing Fair in ‘Fair Play’

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.

Bodies Electric: Japanese Dancers Bring from Tron-Inspired Show

BANGKOK — More than 20 dancers from Osaka will suit up in LED-lit costumes and show off some free-style moves in the dark for the first time in Bangkok.

The Karmic Conspiracy of Bangkok’s DJ Sunju Hargun

Today the dance floors are no longer empty for Sunju Hargun, who has come a long way from dues-paying in the early Shanghai scene. Head to any of Bangkok’s best clubs or festivals and be sure to find him in the DJ booth rocking crowds: This weekend it’s on a boat in Bangkok’s Chao Phraya River.

Sample Sounds from Southern Africa at Thonglor Bar

BANGKOK — Southern African melodies will be performed by artists with traditional and contemporary vibes at a Thonglor bar.

Update: Goo Goo Dolls To Bring ‘Iris’ to Bangkok

BANGKOK — American alt rock act Goo Goo Dolls will perform in Bangkok for the first time next year.

Travel Back to Age of Masked Outlaws, Star-Crossed Love at Silent Film Fest

BANGKOK — See a legendary masked hero engage in epic sword fights, Bolshevik workers rise up at a Kiev munitions factory and working-class love...

From Vinyl to Canvas Spins ‘Story’ of Thailand and Music

BANGKOK — Dueling loves for Thai music and vinyl drove one artist to canvas to reflect their charm and cultural context.

Hear Historical Siam Made Musical for Thailand Philharmonic

NAKHON PATHOM — A Chinese conductor will lead the Thailand Philharmonic Orchestra in debut compositions recalling Thailand’s past kingdoms of Ayutthaya and Thonburi this weekend.

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