BANGKOK — Get ready for some “Peaches” because Canadian pop icon Justin Bieber is coming back to the capital this November.
Photo: Mr. Abel Deng, CEO of Huawei Technologies (Thailand) Co., Ltd. interviewed by 《100 faces of Huawei》Japanese documentary director Ryo Takeuchi. On May 16th 2019,...
BANGKOK — Anon Chawalawan was rather pleased with the fact that about 500 people visited the exhibition of political objects he collected after nearly a month on show. Looking at the objects, he was reminded that Thailand remains in a loop of political violence, however.
BANGKOK — Veteran political cartoonist Stephff, whose real name is Stephane Peray, has been based in Bangkok since 1989. His works were published on many papers in Thailand and the region including The Nation, Bangkok Post, and currently Prachatai.
BANGKOK — Award-winning Thai film “The Maestro: A Symphony of Terror,” will be screened for just three evenings in Bangkok starting today until Sunday.
BANGKOK — See the atrocious deeds of the (Burmese) military regime on display and how people of Myanmar struggle in an attempt to overthrow the illegitimate usurpers over the past year.
BANGKOK — A naturalistic public park has arrived in Bangkok and it’s not to be missed.
Bangkokians got a temporary taste of Chong Nonsi Canal Park starting Saturday and it wasn’t a disappointment.
BANGKOK — Nora dance, a southern traditional Thai dance with their signature long and curly metal fingernail tips, was listed by UNESCO among this year’s intangible heritages on Wednesday. Nora dance became the third UNESCO-listed Thai intangible heritage following Khon dance in 2018 and traditional Thai massage in 2019.
Those who are into café and cultural heritage should celebrate the opening of a new café which incorporates three historic Sino-Portuguese buildings on the riverside.