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  • NEWS

    Nok Air apologises for pilot's inappropriate comment

    Online Reporters, Published on 13/06/2016

    » Budget airline Nok Air will investigate a comment posted on a Line app chat group by a pilot after he learned that former prime minister Yingluck Shinawatra was one of the passengers shortly before takeoff on Sunday.

  • NEWS

    Police detain 4 over charter documents

    News, Sunant Ochakachorn, Published on 11/07/2016

    » Ratchaburi: Ban Pong police detained four people Sunday, including New Democracy Movement (NDM) leader Pakorn Areekul for questioning after police found they have "inappropriate" documents regarding the Aug 7 referendum on the draft charter.

  • OPINION

    About politics

    News, Published on 18/03/2017

    » Politicians of all hues have put aside their differences to remember Yuwadee Tunyasiri v Pathum Thani monks reticent about finding fault with Phra Dhammajayo v City police chief Sanit gets a temporary reprieve from the Ombudsman

  • NEWS

    Mandalay attacks same-sex couples

    Published on 20/08/2015

    » The administrators of Mandalay in northern Myanmar have vowed to crack down on LGBT couples that engage in “inappropriate” public displays of affection and pledged an increased police presence at the city’s moat and western dock areas.

  • LIFESTYLE

    By lens, stage and paint, truth

    Life, Published on 10/12/2014

    » In 2009, Tanwarin Sukkhapisit made I'm Fine Sabai Dee Ka, a three-minute satirical film/performance art piece in which she locks herself in a cage placed in front of the Democracy Monument. Passers-by (both actors and unsuspecting pedestrians) take photographs and stop to ask her what happened. She smiles and repeats the same answer: "I'm fine in here." Tanwarin, who once served as the president of the Thai Film Director Association, is a prolific filmmaker who has made independent and mainstream films. In 2010, her low-budget production, Insects In The Backyard, made headlines when it became the first film to be banned under the 2006 Film Act (censors said the film depicted inappropriate images of student prostitutes and a penis).

  • LIFESTYLE

    Kids with kids

    Life, Published on 12/08/2014

    » An unplanned pregnancy. A baby born out of wedlock. Many parts of Thai society have still branded these things as inappropriate, especially if they happen to teenagers. Despite such social values, a number of women get pregnant at a very young age, mostly unprepared and unready.

  • NEWS

    Istanbul-Phuket en route to open

    Business, Boonsong Kositchotethana, Published on 21/02/2017

    » Turkish Airlines will make Phuket its second port of call in Thailand with the launch of regular flights starting in July.

  • NEWS

    Thaksin loses passport snatch case

    News, Post Reporters, Published on 28/09/2016

    » The Central Administrative Court yesterday dismissed a lawsuit filed by former prime minister Thaksin Shinawatra after the government revoked his two regular Thai passports.

  • BUSINESS

    NBTC places Pokemon no-go zones on back burner

    Business, Komsan Tortermvasana, Published on 27/09/2016

    » The telecom regulator says it does not see the need to pursue a previous request for <i>Pokemon Go</i> developer Niantic Inc to set four no-go zones for players in Thailand, now that the augmented reality mobile game's popularity is in decline.

  • LIFESTYLE

    Youth, love and heartache

    Guru, Mika Apichatsakol, Published on 23/09/2016

    » In Bangkok, when you're down for a movie, it's rare to have the opportunity to see short films by emerging Thai filmmakers -- about as rare as it is for these types of films to be screened in a theatre as popular as SFX. This is exactly why Lost In Blue is important. Lost In Blue is a collection of three short films by young Thai visionaries playing in theatres now. Last year, we interviewed one of the filmmakers, Paphawee Jinnasith, for her short Glowstick, which is also showing in this event. This year, we wanted to get to know another featured filmmaker. Guru talks to 24-year-old Aekaphong Saransate about the movie event and his film Fon.

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