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Family of Disappeared Karen Activist Files Court Appeal

PETCHABURI — The family of a Karen activist who went missing five months ago is urging a provincial court for the second time to investigate his mysterious disappearance.

Chiang Mai: 30+ Films to Show Asia’s Tragedies and Joys

CHIANG MAI — See the blossom of a Cambodian rock scene before it was devoured like everything else by genocide. Musicians were murdered, record collections destroyed, clubs closed, and Western-style dancing outlawed, along with all other fashion and expression.

What is a Taiwanese? Photog Offers Answers Through Pictures

BANGKOK — An online spat between Thai and Chinese netizens – sparked by anger over a Thai celeb’s comments that appear to support Taiwanese independence – inadvertently put the island on a lot of minds in Thailand this week.

English Pop Star Dua Lipa to Set ‘New Rules’ in Bangkok

BANGKOK — Music fans rejoice, as more rising stars continue eyeing the capital for their gigs later this year.

Chairman of Thai Junta's Parliament Slams US 'Interference'

BANGKOK — The chairman of Thailand's interim parliament has accused the United States government of "interfering" in Thai politics by calling on the ruling junta to lift martial law and abolish all restrictions on civil rights.

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.

Striking Images of Disparity in ‘All That Glitters’ at Jam



BANGKOK — A girl throws a temper tantrum in a shopping mall. An inattentive construction worker looks to the sky.

Thai Immigration Asks Foreigners for Bank Accounts, Social Media, Hangouts

By Todd Ruiz and Sasiwan Mokkhasen BANGKOK — Foreign nationals residing in Thailand are being asked to disclose personal information to the government, including their bank details and where they hang out online and offline.

Soldiers Bust 18 'Fake Monks' In Suphanburi

SUPHANBURI — Twenty-eight Thai men have been arrested for posing as monks and temple assistants to collect donation money that they allegedly used for gambling, pornography, and narcotics.

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