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Tuesday, December 1, 2020

New MV by ‘Rap Against Dictatorship’ Exceeds 2 Mil. Views

BANGKOK — A new track dropped by Thailand’s foremost dissent rap group has been watched at least 2.6 million times as of Monday.

Grounded by the Pandemic, This Pilot is Now a ‘Grab’ Driver

BANGKOK — Mahesak used to taxi the skies, crisscrossing the globe as a pilot. Today, he’s taxiing the streets of Bangkok as a driver for a ride-hailing application.

Future in the Cards: Thai Politics Reimagined in Tarot Symbolism

BANGKOK — Flip over The Empress card – it’s a young female student protest leader. Wheel of Fortune becomes the replica of the missing 1932 revolution plaque. The High Priestess is a bald Buddhist nun. Three of Cups pays homage to an ‘alliance’ with activists in Hong Kong and Taiwan.

Japan Film Fest to Add Whimsy to Bangkokians’ November

BANGKOK — A bevy of award-winning Japanese films will screen at a downtown mall through November.  The Japanese Film...

Survey: 4/5 Thais Play Video Games, Highest Ratio in ASEAN

BANGKOK — Four out of five Thais are gamers – the highest ratio in Southeast Asia region – with smartphone gaming the most popular platform in the country, a report said.

B-Floor Theater Troupe Moves Back from Protests to the Stage

BANGKOK — A theater troupe known for their politically and socially provocative shows – and art performances at pro-democracy protests – will return for their first full production in almost two years in December.

Thailand’s Cool Season Will Be Cooler This Year

CHIANG RAI — Mountaintops peeking from a sea of fog, while groups of aunties in jackets raise their arms to the sunrise – that’s how Thais are greeting lower temperatures this week, a sure sign that the Cool Season is indeed around the corner.

Ai Weiwei Exhibit Satirizes ‘Year of the Rat’ in Bangkok

BANGKOK — An exhibition by one of China’s most famous modern artists and political commentators will be on display in Bangkok till Dec. 10.

Now There’s Another Taco Delivery Option for Bangkokians

BANGKOK — Those continuing to stay inside to self-isolate to avoid protest traffic, save on BTS fares, or even just because, might enjoy a Mexican night in.

Thai Airways Turns Life Vests, Slide Rafts Into Bags

BANGKOK — Limited-edition tote bags made from life vests and emergency door’s slide rafts are Thai Airways’ next step in an attempt to stay afloat amid the bankruptcy rehabilitation.





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