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Monday, January 17, 2022

UDD Skeptical of Army's Stance On Interim PM

BANGKOK — Leader of the pro-government Redshirts has urged the commander-in-chief of the Royal Thai Army to explicitly announce that he will not, if offered, accept a job as an interim Prime Minister.

Prayers, Cheers as Total Eclipse Darkens Southeast Asia

PALEMBANG, Indonesia — People gazed at the sky in wonder and cheered while others knelt in prayer as a total eclipse of the sun unfolded over Indonesia on Wednesday.

‘Baitoey RSiam’ Falls Off Renegade Buffalo

SUPHAN BURI — A romantic scene turned frightening for two actors – and amusing for the internet – when they became trapped atop a runaway buffalo yesterday while shooting a soap opera.

Totally Kafka: Artists Interpret Writer at Traveling Fest

BANGKOK — Exhibitions, installations and performances in various disciplines interpreting the works of German writer Franz Kafka are coming to Bangkok and Chiang Mai in November.

Notes From the Underground, Vol. I

Let's trace the source of Bangkok's club scene back to the turn of the millennium and a place called Cafe Democ.

See the AR-t of Happiness at Bangkok’s ‘La Joie’ Exhibit

BANGKOK — Forget classic art exhibitions. Pick up your phone and see the world in a new way.

Kalasin is the Richest Place on Earth, Interior Ministry Site Claims

BANGKOK — Government databases are being discussed online again since last night. This time, however, rather than leaking personal data or being breached by hackers they were being mocked by netizens for tables and charts showing statistics that simply didn’t make sense.

R&B Rhye to Return to Bangkok

BANGKOK — The city’s live music renaissance keeps going strong as more international lineups queue to perform in Bangkok.

Chula to Offer Free Tests of Salt Level in Bangkok Tap Water

BANGKOK — Starting on March 1, experts from Chulalongkorn University will offer to test if the tap water and filter in your home has too much salt – free of charge.

Thailand's Lone MERS Patient Cleared of Virus

BANGKOK (DPA) — A 75-year-old Omani man who was Thailand's only known MERS patient has recovered, health officials said Monday.



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