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How Workpoint and The Mask Singer Won Thai Television

BANGKOK— After trolling its audience one week ago, a reality singing show finally revealed who was behind the Durian Mask, but well before Tom...

Freedom of Thought Still Legal, Thai Junta Member Confirms

BANGKOK — Thais are still allowed to quietly disagree with their military government, a member of the junta confirmed today.

Society of ‘Railway Sleepers’ Resigned to Long, Uncomfortable Journey

BANGKOK — Sweat, heat and the press of crowds on lengthy journeys is the experience of traveling Thailand by train. For director Sompot Chidgasornpongse, it’s the perfect allegory for Thai society.

Student Activists Paid To Flash Three-Finger Salute: Army Commander

BANGKOK – A high-ranking army commander has insisted that student activists who staged a flash protest in front of Thailand’s military ruler last month were paid to disrupt the event by politicians.

Mother and Son in Coma After Eating Puffer Fish, Official Says

MAHA SARAKHAM — Two people have been admitted to the emergency room at a hospital in Maha Sarakham province after eating toxic puffer fish yesterday.
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Game Not Over in ‘Ralph Breaks the Internet’

In a battle between the internet and John C. Reilly, who among us wouldn't root for the latter? Leave us IMDb.com and a few...

Bangkok Underground Finds Freedom in Bondage

Fhwap! Fhwap! A dark leather whip cracks over a woman’s bum and thigh again and again. She’s blindfolded and tied up; her whimpers audible across the room.

Bangkapi Venue for ‘IZ*ONE’ Concert Leaves Fans Groaning

BANGKOK — Korean-Japanese pop group Iz*One is set to perform in Bangkok in their first tour of Asia, according to event organizers. But some fans of the hybrid J-K-pop assemble have bridled at the venue chosen.

Evicted Villagers and Park Officials Reach Compromise

BANGKOK — Park officials have agreed to provide housing and land to some of the villagers they recently evicted from a Wildlife Sanctuary in Buriram province.

Stone Free Fest Canceled at Last Minute

Todd Ruiz
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BANGKOK — The Stone Free Music Festival was canceled at the last minute after its organizers were unable to win concessions from authorities to stage the event set to begin Friday in Saraburi province.

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