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Thriving and surviving, Bangkok is booming. Here are our picks of interesting stuff coming up.

Unite Expat Society! Expat Fair Returns With ‘Unboundry Fun’

BANGKOK — If you are a foreign resident who is so done with elephant knick knacks for tourists and Thais clogging up perfectly good cafes with Instagram modelling shoots, there is a happy middle place to indulge in materialism just for you now, organized by none other than the Tourism Authority of Thailand.
Parit Chiwarak, Panusaya Sithijirawattanakul, and other activists flash the anti-military “three finger salute” at a news conference at Thammasat University on Sept. 9, 2020.

Major Protest to Camp Overnight, March on Government House

BANGKOK — Pro-democracy activist Parit “Penguin” Chiwarak said Wednesday he will stage the next major rally against the government at Sanam Luang, right in front of the Grand Palace in Bangkok.

Cast Your Vote in Thailand’s 1st Ever Vegan Awards

BANGKOK — Put a crown on your favorite “jay” street food vendor by casting your ballot from today until the Vegetarian Festival in October.

Thammasat Protest to Go Ahead, Even Without Permission

BANGKOK — Activist leader Parit Chiwarak, aka “Penguin,” said Monday the protest he planned at Thammasat University will go ahead as scheduled on Sep. 19, even if the administration tries to block it.

Pussycat Dolls Coming to Bangkok in 2021

BANGKOK — Don’t cha wish the Pussycat Dolls would come to Thailand? They will next year! “Hello Thailand. We...

‘Big Bad Wolf’ Book Sale Moves Its Lair Online in Pandemic

BANGKOK — If you cleared your bookshelf while staying at home in the pandemic, it might be the time to fill them up. The annual discounted book fair is making a virtual return this Thursday.

Thai Airways Launches Cabin-Like Cafe Selling Flight Meals

BANGKOK — Don’t you miss chomping on in-flight meals while flying? Of course you do! Tired of choosing between “Chicken or fish?” Pick both!

Deep, Dark, German: See Stark Photo Exhibition at Jam

BANGKOK — German photographer Tobias Ahlbrecht is presenting a series of photographs in his “Nomansland” exhibition, which will be shown at Jam Cafe Bkk from Aug 28 until Sept. 12.

Russian Film Screening Celebrates 75 Years Since WWII

BANGKOK — Salute the comrades who fell in the “Meat Grinder” in a desperate effort to defeat the Nazi invasion at a film screening held by the Russian embassy next week.

Cut Back on Food Waste By Snagging Unsold Dinner at Discounts

BANGKOK — A food surplus startup is allowing bargain hunters to snag deals for dinner at deep discounts while helping restaurants reduce food waste at the same time.





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