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  • LIFESTYLE

    Some manga to go with your coffee

    Guru, Pasavat Tanskul, Published on 16/02/2018

    » On the second floor of Paradise Park in Prawet district, within the Tokyu department store section, Tezuka Shoten & Cafe aims to be the first manga (read: Japanese comics) cafe in Thailand, having opened in December last year.

  • LIFESTYLE

    Butterflies and solitude

    Life, Kaona Pongpipat, Published on 20/05/2015

    » The opening of 100 Tonson Gallery's "Chatchai Puipia: Sites Of Solitude. Still-Life, Self-Portraiture, And The Living Archive" last month seemed to have been an unmissable event for every prominent figure in the Bangkok art scene, except for Chatchai himself. It's not that there was something urgent he had to attend to; he had no intention of going, not when the show was being set up, nor when it was running.

  • LIFESTYLE

    Thailand looks to its artistic big brother

    Life, Amitha Amranand, Published on 17/05/2018

    » In the past two decades, Bangkok has sprouted several big and small international performing arts festivals -- Bangkok Theatre Festival being the largest event for local productions and Bangkok's International Festival of Dance and Music being the largest for international productions. Then there are emerging festivals spearheaded and run by new bloods like the Bangkok International Performing Arts Meeting that launched last year and the biannual Bangkok International Children's Theatre Fest now in its second instalment.

  • NEWS

    Bookworming in the suburbs

    News, Published on 25/10/2014

    » Life and literature are inseparable. Literary themes may involve social issues, political movements or particular communities and interesting places, often mirroring the realities of life.

  • LIFESTYLE

    What's trending and happening this week

    Muse, Apipar Norapoompipat, Published on 16/04/2016

    » 1 Enjoy a bit of history and music at 7pm on April 20 at the Bangkok Art & Culture Centre (BACC), as Opera Siam in co-operation with the embassies of Israel and Germany present the Diary Of Anne Frank Opera, a monodramatic opera piece written by Grigori Frid that follows the story of the original Diary Of Anne Frank. Kaleigh Rae Gamaché will perform as Anne Frank, accompanied by the Siam Philharmonic Orchestra, conducted by Singapore's rising star Adrian Tan.

  • LIFESTYLE

    Chart-ing Facebook

    Life, Kaona Pongpipat, Published on 16/05/2016

    » It has been eight years since writer Chart Kobjitti, national artist and two-time SEA Write Award winner, published his book Lorm Wong Khui, a collection of articles written for Si San magazine. Eight years is a long time, especially for fans of various generations who literally grew up with his writing, from the cursed life of Ai-fak in 1981's Khamphiphaksa (The Judgement) that won his first SEA Write award, and the tumultuous story of life, friendship and lots of booze in 1988's Phan Ma Ba, to a miserable account of age and death in a nursing home in 1993's Wela (Time), for which he won the award once again.

  • LIFESTYLE

    Spin off

    Life, Published on 19/05/2015

    » Fifteen minutes can be very short amount of time or a long nightmare for different DJs. Regardless, that's amount of time a DJ has to prove he or she is the best in the room at Red Bull's "Thre3style" competition. Originating in Canada in 2010, the global DJ competition judges contestants on their technical mixing skills — cutting, juggling, scratching — and whether they can thrill a crowded dance floor.

  • LIFESTYLE

    The Dark Ages

    Life, Bernard Trink, Published on 08/09/2017

    » I was taught that the Roman Empire fell to the barbarians in 476 AD. My next grade teacher was vague. There were the Dark Ages, Medieval times and Middle Ages. I heard the word Byzantine only once, when the Turks captured Constantinople in 1455 AD. The Crusades took place halfway between.

  • LIFESTYLE

    A Dutch masterpiece continues to dazzle

    Brunch, Published on 25/12/2016

    » Captured in a reflective moment gazing wistfully over her shoulder across a room at the spectacular View of Delft, a subtly sunlit medieval urban landscape painting idolising her homeland's Golden Age, she is free again to dream Dutch dreams.

  • OPINION

    A missing piece sinks the boating party

    News, Roger Crutchley, Published on 14/12/2014

    » If you want to briefly escape into a world blissfully free of smartphones, tweets, corruption and crooked cops, you can always try tackling a jigsaw. It's very old fashioned, of course, but can be quite therapeutic.

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