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    Apple's iPad mini introduced

    Terry Fredrickson, Published on 24/10/2012

    » Apple has introduced a smaller, lighter and less expensive iPad, but at $329 (10,120 baht) for the cheapest version, it is still considerably more expensive than its rivals.

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    New royal motorcade rules to be introduced

    Terry Fredrickson, Published on 03/07/2012

    » The waiting time for royal motorcades to pass should be less once a new set of rules is introduced.

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    4nologue keen to promote T-pop revolution to Asia

    Business, Pitsinee Jitpleecheep, Published on 19/09/2019

    » 4nologue Co, which has imported Korean artists as an event organiser for more than a decade, wants to challenge K-pop, grooming Thai pop bands for export to Asian markets.

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    Tall tales from the high seas

    Life, Daniel Hutchinson, Published on 13/09/2019

    » He sold his story to popular magazines, was celebrated by royalty and foreign dignitaries alike, and then took his tale on the vaudeville circuit. Now, Louis de Rougemont will be taking you on an incredible nautical journey on stage with Shipwrecked! An Entertainment -- The Amazing Adventures Of Louis De Rougemont (As Told By Himself).

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    Rare clips of Old Siam at the Thai Film Archive

    Life, Published on 09/09/2019

    » Today at 3pm, the Thai Film Archive will be showing four rare sound film clips, representing the first examples of live sound being captured on 35mm film in this country.

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    A few too many heroes

    Guru, Eric E Surbano, Published on 26/07/2019

    » In a world that's filled with super-serumed worthy captains, broody billionaires in batsuits (either with or sans nipples) and "love you 3000s", it's obvious that it's the golden age of superheroes. Now a normal everyday part of pop culture, these characters and worlds are no longer just the talk of nerds and geeks in the closed enclaves of comic book stores, evidenced by the fact that the highest grossing film of all time is now a superhero film. It's in this superhero-saturated time that the card game Too Many Heroes will be introduced. Ironically, the game deals with a universe wherein there are... well, too many heroes and there are certain effects to society because of their presence. The game's three creators — Carol Blackmon, Sacha P. Nathan and Sunny Sachdev — have worked together to make the game's universe, which is an alternate reality to our own, as detailed as can be. Guru talked to Blackmon, the game's art director and Nathan, the game's writer, about Too Many Heroes.

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    Airwaves in the know

    News, Nauvarat Suksamran, Published on 07/09/2019

    » Tuning in to programmes on the "physical" radio has retained its charm in the digital era in the midst of popular streaming which has taken the broadcast scene by storm.

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    The farthest fall

    B Magazine, Andrew Biggs, Published on 14/07/2019

    » I once attended a birthday party at a house in Soi Ari where I was introduced to a middle-aged man with a rotating jaw.

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    Let the Sun shine

    Life, Tatat Bunnag, Published on 06/09/2019

    » It's impossible to watch Makoto Shinkai's latest animated fantasy Weathering With You and not compare it with his previous work. Your Name from 2016 was a massive worldwide hit, attracting admiration from moviegoers and film critics alike. It drew praise for its innovative animation style, as well as its endearing love story.

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    A moving performance

    Life, Published on 05/09/2019

    » The Royal Bangkok Symphony Orchestra presented an astoundingly accomplished evening of masterworks last month in the Main Hall of the Thailand Cultural Centre, entitled "Romantic Piano Celebration For The Queen Mother", in celebration of Her Majesty's birthday. The highly lauded Japanese conductor Koji Kawamoto directed emotionally profound performances of Romantic repertoire, opening with a particularly vibrant rendition of the Hebrides Overture by Felix Mendelssohn. German concert pianist Severin von Eckardstein then took to the stage for a marvellous interpretation of the Grieg Piano Concerto In A Minor, with the second half of the concert featuring Robert Schumann's delightful Symphony No.1 In B-flat Major (the so-called Spring symphony).

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