BANGKOK — Even the coronavirus epidemic can’t dampen Thais’ obsession with culture of sanook and music. At least 9 songs released by Thai artists in recent days were about the outbreak.
BANGKOK — A host of films deemed to be “historically and culturally significant” are now available to view for free on YouTube.
BANGKOK — Quarantining yourself at home doesn’t mean filling your hours with series binging and indecisiveness over what food to get delivered – make like billions of students with schools closed all around the world, and get yourself some e-knowledge.
BANGKOK — The government on Wednesday said it will broadcast live chanting of an ancient prayer designed to ward off plagues next week.
BANGKOK — A Hungarian teacher’s photo exhibition showing next Saturday will fundraise for a local charity kitchen.
BANGKOK — With cute plushies, one Australian-Thai lookkreung is on a solo quest to get Thais to help rehabilitate animals in Australia left homeless from the bushfires.
BANGKOK — Using social media as a mobilization tool, students at a dozen universities on Tuesday announced rallies at their campuses to protest a court verdict that dissolved a key opposition party.
BANGKOK — Straight from San Diego, Filipino-American vocalist Albert Posis is staging his first-ever international show in Thailand in April.
BANGKOK — The major headliners for this year’s Very Festival on March 14 include an Indonesian diva, Japanese-Australian R&B artist, and indie Britpop singer.
BANGKOK — In a city where counselling sessions can run for thousands of baht per hour, free mental health workshops for teens will run for four therapeutic days.