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  • NEWS

    Court cites national security to extend 'Shakespeare' ban

    News, Kong Rithdee, Published on 12/08/2017

    » The Administrative Court yesterday rejected the complaint filed by the filmmakers of Shakespeare Must Die in which they asked for the ban on the film to be lifted, thereby extending a ban that has already lasted five years.

  • NEWS

    London fire toll now 58; Queen cites sombre mood

    New York Times, Published on 18/06/2017

    » LONDON -- London police said Saturday that the death toll from the inferno at the Grenfell Tower in west London had risen to 58.

  • NEWS

    Restrictions bite HK shark fin traders

    AFP, Published on 17/03/2013

    » HONG KONG - A conservation victory restricting global trade in more shark species will take a fresh bite at Hong Kong's market in fins, which has already been hit hard by persistent attacks from anti-fin campaigners.

  • NEWS

    230 turtles from India seized

    Sutthiwit Chayutworakan, Published on 14/05/2014

    » SAMUT PRAKAN — Customs officials seized 230 Hamilton turtles left by traffickers at Suvarnabhumi airport on Wednesday.

  • NEWS

    Police seize nearly 200 pangolins

    AFP, Published on 17/09/2013

    » Police Tuesday said they had seized almost 200 live protected pangolins, which are prized in China and Vietnam as an exotic meal and for use in traditional medicine.

  • NEWS

    Tonnes of pangolins seized in Vietnam

    Published on 13/08/2013

    » HANOI - Customs officials in northern Vietnam seized six tonnes of live pangolins hidden in a container shipped from Indonesia, authorities said Tuesday.

  • LIFESTYLE

    For the days that remain

    Life, Kong Rithdee, Published on 17/11/2017

    » Challenging taboos, one of Thailand's most popular directors returns with a film that looks death in the eye

  • OPINION

    'Shakespeare' must live

    Oped, Postbag, Published on 15/08/2017

    » Re: "Court cites national security to extend 'Shakespeare' ban," (BP, Aug 12). As makers of the films in question, we're writing to thank you for printing the news of our struggle for cinematic freedom. However, there is a small error of fact regarding the documentary we made while fighting the censors to rescind the ban on our Macbeth movie Shakespeare Must Die. Censor Must Die (sic, not 'Censors Must Die') was indeed submitted to the Board of Film Censors, which made the historic ruling citing Article 27(1) of the Royal Edict on Film & Video 2008 that "films made from events that actually happened" do not need to go through the censorship process. Significantly, this set a legal precedent which means that purist documentaries are now exempt from censorship. While we will indeed test this ruling soon with our next documentary film, we have not yet done so.

  • LIFESTYLE

    What's trending and happening this week

    Muse, Published on 29/04/2017

    » 1. BTS passengers take note: Have you experienced bruised hips and discomfort when the mechanical barriers at the entrance hit you if you walk past them just a tad too slow? A campaign has started at change.org, a petition website, to demand the operators of BTS to modify its entrance system that basically doesn't snap at passengers -- something that will relieve parents with children or senior people from unduly worry. The campaign message cites Japan and other countries that use more passenger-friendly turnstiles. So far, nearly 4,000 people have signed for the campaign.

  • OPINION

    A truly great monarch

    News, Postbag, Published on 26/10/2017

    » Today is indeed a sad day, a day on which we will bid farewell to Thailand's beloved late King Bhumibol Adulyadej.

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