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

Meet Half-Mochi, Half-Rabbit ‘Usagyuuun’ and Mascot Friends This Weekend

BANGKOK — Everyone’s favorite fast-paced rabbit is coming to Thailand this weekend to pump up local fans.
“Uthaipia” photography exhibition. Photo: Chatchai Boonyaprapatsara / Kathmandu Photo Gallery

Go on a Gallery-Hopping Date This Valentine’s Day

BANGKOK — Instead of bankrupting yourself with that price-hiked Valentine’s Day dinner, set the romantic mood with your crush at one of more than 70 galleries with free admission.
"Everlasting Forest by GC" exhibition in front of the Grand Postal Building.

Take a Break from PM2.5 at Bangkok Design Week 2020 (Photos)

BANGKOK — A dome of anti-pollution plants downtown is part of an annual showcase of Thailand’s creative minds.
Festivalgoers use their paddles to stir fry noodles during Chinese New Year celebration on Yaowarat Road on Feb. 5, 2019.

Where to Welcome Year of the Rat in Bangkok

BANGKOK — Whether you’re into snacking on deep fried pork while watching Chinese acrobats and lion dances, sipping on craft cocktails in your bespoke qipao, or cheering to teen girl idols, there’s something for everyone in Bangkok for Chinese New Year this Saturday.

Kumamon to Visit Thai Fans This Weekend at Iconsiam

BANGKOK — One of Japan’s most beloved mascots, Kumamon, is coming to wiggle wackily while promoting his prefecture’s produce this weekend at Iconsiam.
Outdoor displays during Bangkok Display Week 2019.

Eco-Design, Art, Workshops Collide at Bangkok Design Week 2020

BANGKOK — A well-designed chair, public transport station, and green spaces are the keys to better living in Thailand – at least, that’s the message of the upcoming art festival.
Tossawat Chandapon performs “Broken Violin” stage play on Jan. 14, 2020.

From Drug Dealer to Stage Actor: Play Gives Youths New Life

PRACHUAP KHIRI KHAN — Four years ago when he was only 17, Tossawat was arrested for using and selling drugs. But on Tuesday night, he was a leading actor for a play that aimed to inspire teens like him to turn their lives around.
Photo: Elephant Boat Race and River Festival / Courtesy

Cheer On to Boat Races for Elephant Charity This February

BANGKOK — Cheer for your favorite paddlers and munch on street food riverside as kites swoop through the air this February, with some benefit going to our pachyderm friends.
Image: Bangkok Edge / Courtesy

Talk About Climate, LGBT, and Tyrants at Bangkok Creative Fest

BANGKOK — Writers, activists, journalists, and artists will gather next month at a riverside mansion to share provocative ideas and lead workshops that seek to inspire.

‘One Ok Rock’ Coming to Bangkok in April

BANGKOK — One of J-Rock’s most popular bands is coming to shake up the Thai capital at the end of April, organizers announced Sunday.





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