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    Exploring the dark corners

    Life, Suwitcha Chaiyong, Published on 10/08/2022

    » Stepping into Room 248 in River City Bangkok, visitors will find themselves in a fantasy garden, which is actually the large bedroom of a girl, Yindee. Around the black and white garden, visitors will see Yindee's cute and extraordinary animal friends such as the isolated bat Louise, the three-headed serpent Samuel, the singing dove Whitney, and Tommy, the rabbit who competes in a race. The intriguing garden bedroom is the art exhibition "Yindee's Mysterious Friends" by Faan.Peeti.

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    New K-pop music lights up August

    Life, Suwitcha Chaiyong, Published on 10/08/2022

    » Two K-pop pioneers -- Girls' Generation and BTS -- will drop new music in August.

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    A modern twist on tradition

    Life, Suwitcha Chaiyong, Published on 09/08/2022

    » The Covid-19 pandemic has changed our lives and caused uncertainty about the future. As a result, many Thais have turned to superstitious objects, causing the market to grow.

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    Not for decoration

    Life, Suwitcha Chaiyong, Published on 08/08/2022

    » To raise awareness of the importance of collecting in the Thai art ecosystem, the Bangkok Art and Culture Centre (BACC) held the exhibition "Crossover: The Unveiled Collection" in 2005. The exhibition presented a collection of Thai artworks by local and international collectors. This year, in collaboration with the Thai Art Collector Association (TACA), BACC presents "Crossover II: The Nature Of Relationships", which showcases 72 paintings from 11 organisations and 10 private collectors.

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    Not human, but humane

    Life, Suwitcha Chaiyong, Published on 02/08/2022

    » Kati posted photos of herself in four provinces -- Tak, Trat, Satun and Ubon Ratchathani -- on the same day. Meanwhile, Wunni appeared in an ad with short hair, and the next day, she was in a commercial with long hair.

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    Looking to a better future

    Life, Suwitcha Chaiyong, Published on 01/08/2022

    » When Jiraporn Panomsuay started teaching at the Bangkok School for the Blind, she was surprised to hear visually impaired students ask what the colours were of items she had prepared for them.

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    Seeing silver linings

    Life, Suwitcha Chaiyong, Published on 27/07/2022

    » When the 11th White Elephant Art Award announced its theme "Endless Giving", people in Thailand were facing a difficult time due to lockdown measures to control the spread of Covid-19. Artist Ananyot Jannual said it was so difficult to think about "endless giving" at that time because almost everyone was encountering difficulties of some sort due to the healthcare crisis. However, he came up with Palung Haeng Dok Tantawan (The Power Of The Sunflowers) and won first prize for his powerful oil and acrylic painting.

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    New campaign aims to reduce shark fin soup consumption

    Life, Suwitcha Chaiyong, Published on 26/07/2022

    » In order to raise awareness regarding the significant role of sharks in the ocean and how Thai people's consumption of shark fins are disrupting the ocean ecosystems, WildAid, a non-profit organisation, recently launched a new video called Sea Of Chaos.

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    The dress code conundrum

    Life, Suwitcha Chaiyong, Published on 26/07/2022

    » The use of school uniforms has been an ongoing debate as many universities in Thailand still have rules requiring students to wear them. In response, students have initiated campaigns requesting uniforms be made non-compulsory.

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    A city's lifeline

    Life, Suwitcha Chaiyong, Published on 19/07/2022

    » The uniqueness of street food stalls add a charm to Bangkok, and this is what inspired artist Kiettisak Moungkum to create art when he was an undergraduate student. However, as a graduate student at the Faculty of Painting Sculpture and Graphic Arts, Silpakorn University, he had to do field surveys of street vendors for his thesis and that's when he discovered the negative side of the business. As a result, Kiettisak's solo art exhibition, "Rules", reflects the problems of organising street vendors on pavements and public spaces.

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