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

Terracotta Warriors To March into Bangkok This Sept.

BANGKOK — Envoys of the first Emperor of China’s ghost army will march into Bangkok next month. The Ministry of Culture announced on Thursday that...

Mock Parliament Art Exhibit Questions ‘Return to Democracy’

BANGKOK — New art installations launched on Tuesday urge visitors to question whether a democracy has truly returned after five years of direct junta rule. 

Something for Every Mama: What to Do with Mom This Mother’s Day

Instead of enduring another screeching family dinner and hearing about the prosperous medical career of some neighbor’s son, head to these events to make a memorable Mother’s Day – there’s something here for every type of mom.

Royal Barge Procession Set for Oct. 24

BANGKOK — A royal barge procession presided over by His Majesty the King will grace the river of Bangkok on Oct. 24, the navy announced Friday.
Zoya Tsererina of the Ekaterinburg Opera troupe in “Turandot.” Photo: Olga Kerelyuk / Courtesy

Nessun Dorma! Operas, Ballets, and More Coming to Bangkok This September

BANGKOK — None shall sleep this September, when foreign opera, ballet, and orchestral troupes march into the kingdom for Bangkok’s 21st International Festival of Dance and Music.
A still from “Family in Transition.” Image: Movie Trailers Source / YouTube

LGBT+ Film Fest Explores the Many Shades of Pride

BANGKOK —  LGBT+ Film Festival 2019 is set to shed light on the diverse facets of the global pride movement. Coming after Pride Month celebrations...
“Soi Cowboy” (2011)

‘Exotic’ Film Fest Next Month Captures Thailand Through Foreign Lens

BANGKOK — Made in Thailand, by foreigners, for foreigners?

Forget Boring Summit and Head to ASEAN Film Fest

BANGKOK — Though we couldn’t join world leaders at last week’s ASEAN Summit, us average Joes and Somchais can explore the region over the next two weeks through the annual Bangkok ASEAN Film Festival.  
Strawberry Fanta, monk offering basket, and sai sin showcased in “The Invisible Things” on June 13.

Exhibition Explores What It Means to Be ‘Very Thai’ and ‘Very German’

BANGKOK — If you’re Thai, it might be a graduation photo hanging in your living room. If you’re German, it might be an Aldi...



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