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    MiVue 786 Wi-Fi

    Life, AKIN, Published on 19/09/2018

    » MiVue 786 dash cam's 140-degree wide-angle can record videos in 1080p Full HD at 30fps, transmit them over Wi-Fi and even broadcast them on Facebook if you want. It comes with pre-installed Advanced Driver Assistance Systems. It has a height of 2.07 inches, a width of 3.46 inches and a depth of 1.26 inches. The dash cam uses a mini USB charger that connects to the car lighter port.


    The pastoral romance returns

    Life, Kong Rithdee, Published on 19/09/2018

    » The star-crossed lovers coo. They ride their buffaloes through a verdant field, splash mud, evade spiteful parents, and make a vow at the shrine of the banyan tree. But their romance, like all memorable romances in books and life, is doomed by the circumstances of fate, tragic and scarred, and their destiny is one of the most heartbreaking in the canon of Siamese literature and film.


    New York Abstracts

    Life, Published on 19/09/2018

    » As an abstract painter, Hisako Kobayashi's art combines the diverse influences of a person who still feels a strong affinity with her native Japan, but who also received rigorous artistic training in the US and who has lived in that country for most of her adult life.


    RBSO launches 3rd solo-vocal talent search

    Life, Published on 18/09/2018

    » The Royal Bangkok Symphony Orchestra is accepting applications for Season 3 of the "Search For Talent Vocal Competition", open to solo vocalists, aged eight to 16, of all nationalities.


    A tribute to Rachid Taha

    Life, John Clewley, Published on 18/09/2018

    » Rachid Taha, the iconoclastic and rebellious singer from Algeria, died last week in a Paris suburb. He was 59 years old. He had emigrated to France at the age of 10 with his family and emerged in the early 1980s with his band Carte de Sejour, which he founded in 1980 in Lyon. In 1986, he made waves with a cynical, mocking cover of chanson icon Charles Trenet's song, Douce France (Sweet France). Adding Arabic oud and drums and jumping into the song with a punkish snarl and biting (new) lyrics, this song set the tone for his entire career.

  • NEWS

    Sometimes less is more

    Life, Yvonne Bohwongprasert, Published on 18/09/2018

    » Nitcharee Pen-eakchanasak lost both her legs in an MRT accident in Singapore eight years ago. But it is projects like "Less Is More: Short Film Production By Young Persons With Disabilities" that play an integral part in helping her prove her worth and showcase her hidden talents and passion for the art of cinema.


    A glimpse of balance

    Life, Published on 18/09/2018

    » It's hard to achieve balance in a hectic world, but an art installation at Panpuri Wellness encourages some time off with sky-high hydrotherapy.


    'Die Schweiz' comes to Bangkok

    Life, Published on 18/09/2018

    » The Swiss tourist authority will try get everyone excited for the Alpine country during the "In Love With Switzerland" fair, which kicks off today and runs until Sunday at the Fashion Gallery, 1st floor of Siam Paragon, Rama I.


    HIV 101

    Life, Arusa Pisuthipan, Published on 18/09/2018

    » The issue of HIV infection is suddenly in the national spotlight once again, following recent reports of the death of a 22-year-old woman from Loei province whose father claimed she died of HIV complications. The father said his daughter along with three other friends contracted HIV after getting a tattoo in Bangkok's Klong Lot area in March.


    Exotic upcoming festival

    Life, Published on 18/09/2018

    » Bangsai Arts and Crafts Centre in Ayutthaya is hosting the "Silk From Four Isaan Provinces" festival from Friday until Sunday.

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