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Klimt Goes Kwai and Other Buffaloes Touched by Greatness

BANGKOK — Artist Maitree Siriboon has turned buffaloes’ bodies into large canvases filled with famous works to draw attention to their rapidly dwindling numbers.
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See Dancing Bones and Guts, Learn About Life and Death This Weekend

BANGKOK — Bones and internal organs are the stuff of life and death for three Japanese collaborators in a unique show this weekend.

A World of Trouble Writ Large at ‘Atmosfear’ Opening Today

BANGKOK — Four months in the painting, Yuree Kensaku’s colossal mural “Atmosfear” is ready to add apocalyptic color to Chitlom.

HBDBKK: Capital Makeover Planned For 250th

BANGKOK — Imagine riverside areas friendly to pedestrians and cyclists, or sidewalks wide enough to actually walk on in some favorite neighborhoods. As Bangkok moves...

See World Economic History Through the Medium of Dance

BANGKOK — In a first for Southeast Asia, renowned writer Pascal Rambert’s acclaimed play that entwines everyday life with economics, “Kin-Yoo-Kue” will be staged in Bangkok for three days this week.

‘Freelance’ Director Brings Visual Craft to Gallery Space on Saturday

BANGKOK — The gallery is the cinema house for celebrated filmmaker Nawapol Thamrongrattanarit's next project tomorrow.

New Ministry-Approved Dress for Mrs. Thailand Revealed

BANGKOK — Mrs. Thailand’s new-and-approved national costume was revealed Monday.

Silom Walking Street Suspended for Rainy Season

BANGKOK — Silom Road’s biweekly walking street market has been indefinitely suspended for the rainy season.

Grief Goes Bicultural as Death Surrogates Come Alive in Thai, English

BANGKOK — The world has birth surrogates, those moms who bear children on behalf of others. At the other end, when life ends in grief and loss, imagine if those left behind had “death surrogates” to offer a chance for final farewells — to thank, apologize to or say goodbye.

Bottled OJ Contains Fecal Bacteria

BANGKOK — Good news: Lab tests found orange juice confiscated from an illegal production ring last week was the real stuff after all, and not fake OJ as widely reported. The bad news? It contains bacteria commonly found in animal feces and therefore violates food safety laws.

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