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‘Grab’ Ad Pokes Fun at SOTUS and ‘Pooyai Knows Best’

BANGKOK — Bosses, roon p upperclassmen, parents – these authority figures have so much power over every aspect of Thai youths’ lives – but not over their eating habits, anymore.

Quelle Triste! Laduree Waves Adieu to Thailand

BANGKOK — Laduree Thailand will close down by the end of August.

A Talk With Bangkok’s Dealer of Nazi Memorabilia

BANGKOK — As the United States and Europe witness ongoing destruction of historical statues no longer deemed politically correct, a Bangkok-based antiquarian is proudly selling historical objects that would trigger historicist puritans.

Antique Treasure Mall is Back, But Many Customers Aren’t

BANGKOK — Bangsue Junction, Bangkok’s leading indoor vintage mall, reopened on Friday after a two months hiatus due to government’s anti-coronavirus measures. But customers have yet to return.

Thais Mock 158,000 Baht Gucci ‘Granny Wear’ Dress

BANGKOK — Need to make a trip to the temple to make merit, or a walk down the Gucci runway? One outfit’s got you covered for both – for 158,000 baht.

Tracing Website Now Includes Info of 5 Million People

BANGKOK — A Thai chef in state quarantine after returning from Bahrain tested positive for the coronavirus, the spokesman for the government’s...

3 New Virus Cases Found, Mall Tracing Site Questioned

BANGKOK — Officials said Monday three more people tested positive for the coronavirus, while questions are being raised at the efficiency of a virus tracing application touted by the authorities.

Bangkok’s Vintage Flea Market Back to Life in Coronavirus

BANGKOK — The popular JJ Weekend Market was still half-empty days after it reopened for business during the coronavirus pandemic, but the same cannot be said about its vintage flea market.

What to Shop for in Nan to Support Local Producers

NAN — Although the quiet rural province isn’t known for being a shopping hub, here’s our guide to what to purchase in Nan to support local producers in a province listed as the 19th poorest in the country.

Bangkok’s 7-Eleven Adds Latest Service: Laundromats

BANGKOK — Local laundromats are now at the risk of being hung out to dry after a 7-Eleven store rolls out its own washing machine service, the latest service in its increasingly monopolistic grip on consumers lives.



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