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Going Once, Going Twice… Our Reporter Tries Antique Auction for Newbies

BANGKOK — I learned several things in my first ever participation in an auction.
A file photo of a landfill in Nakhon Ratchasima.

Big Retailers Pledge to Drop Plastic Bags by 2020

BANGKOK — Beginning next year, almost all major retailers in the country will stop giving out plastic bags in a first step towards the...
Nathan Larkin holding his latest publication “Farang Vol. 1” at Bangkok Art Book Fair on Sept. 5.

Not Just For Hipsters: Art Book Fair Back With Zines and Designs

BANGKOK — From illustrated books to collectible postcards, there’s something for everyone at an annual art book fair this week. The Bangkok Art Book Fair...
A reusable bubble tea cup by Milx, one of the vendors. Photo: Pinkoi / Courtesy

Shop Taiwanese Green Goods at Indie Craft Market in Bangkok

BANGKOK — For 11 days, 11 Taiwanese indie designers will sell sustainable, hand-crafted goods in a pop-up market. The Pinkoi Eco Pop Up market will...

Tesco Lotus Express Drops Plastic Bags for Small Purchases

BANGKOK — Starting Thursday, Tesco Lotus Express and Tesco Lotus Talad will stop automatically giving plastic bags to customers who purchase two items or...

Not Just Furniture: ‘Home and Garden Fair’ Seeks to Inspire

BANGKOK — A popular home and garden decor fair is back, this time aiming at Thais and foreigners struggling to navigate the challenges of limited living spaces in Bangkok’s condos and small homes.

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.
Environmental blogger Maneechanate Sammanee holding a glass jar on July 19.

The ‘Sabai Sabai’ Way to Go Zero Waste in Thailand

Battling frowny kao gaeng vendors. Adamantly refusing durian cellophane-wrapped to a styrofoam dish and double-bagged. These are just some of the unique hurdles for Thais starting out on zero-waste lifestyles.
Promotional images released by The Mall Group for No Plastic Bag Day in 2018.

The Mall, Siam Paragon, Emporium, EmQuartier to Charge 1 Baht Per Plastic Bag

BANGKOK — Starting Wednesday, malls under one of the biggest operators in Thailand will charge 1 baht per plastic bag.
Siriwan Sermcheep, HomePro communications head, presents the chain’s plastic bag campaign June 5.

HomePro to Charge One Baht per Plastic Bag

BANGKOK — Starting this July, plastic bags at HomePro will cost one baht each. Home-improvement megastore HomePro is Thailand’s latest retailer to attempt to decrease...





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