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  • WORLD

    Ash from Indonesia volcano blankets Medan

    Published on 24/06/2015

    » JAKARTA — Volcanic ash from Indonesia's smoldering Mount Sinabung has blanketed parts of Medan, the provincial capital of North Sumatra, forcing residents to wear masks.

  • WORLD

    Bali airport reopens after volcano ash shutdown

    Published on 12/07/2015

    » DENPASAR — The airport on the Indonesian resort island of Bali reopened Sunday after an erupting volcano forced its closure for the second time in just a few days and caused fresh travel misery for stranded holidaymakers.

  • LIFE

    To paradise and back

    Life, Published on 09/10/2018

    » Memory and fact, fiction and documentary, characters and lives -- perhaps they're not all that distinguishable, and that's why they all mingle freely in the Thai film that just had a world premiere at the 23rd Busan International Film Festival this past weekend. Nakorn-Sawan (literally, "paradise city", and also a name of a province) is the feature debut by Puangsoi Aksornsawang, a young filmmaker whose delicate sensibility is attuned to the joy and sorrow of family life.

  • OPINION

    Korn's Democrat exit could let him shine

    News, Chairith Yonpiam, Published on 18/01/2020

    » The surprise departure of Korn Chatikavanij from the Democrats deals a heavy blow to the oldest political party which was already struggling in an unfavourable political atmosphere. The bold move, however, gives the prominent politician a new opportunity with speculation rife he is about to found a new party. Political observers also foresee the possibility of Mr Korn becoming a new choice for PM in the next election.

  • SPORTS

    Blood, sweat, smiles, tears and cheers in 2019

    Sports, Nobby Piles, Published on 28/12/2019

    » It's that time of the year when Nobby drags himself out of his armchair to acknowledge assorted sporting heroes and villains that have graced our sports pages in 2019.

  • LIFE

    The age of angst

    B Magazine, Chanun Poomsawai, Published on 01/12/2019

    » Maybe it's a sign of the times, but taking a look at the young, emerging artists of today, you might notice that a great many of them tend to speak openly about their anxieties and insecurities. Much like her contemporaries Mitski, Hana Vu and Beabadoobee, 18-year-old singer Griff channels all of these feelings through unfiltered lyrics that read like a page out of her diary.

  • OPINION

    Thai tantrums

    News, Postbag, Published on 01/11/2019

    » I do not understand why many Thais are being hysterical about US President Donald Trump suspending trade preferences for Thailand under the Generalised System of Preferences (GSP).

  • THAILAND

    Dinosaur dig opens up path to the future

    News, Published on 12/10/2019

    » The discovery of a fossil of a meat-eating dinosaur in Khon Kaen earlier this year is giving Thailand's northeastern region more visibility on the world's prehistoric circuit.

  • LIFE

    Fight The Fear

    B Magazine, Chanun Poomsawai, Published on 01/09/2019

    » In his 1818 poem When I Have Fears, English Romantic poet John Keats talks about death anxiety, touching upon all of the things he wouldn't be able to achieve and/or experience before his demise. This universal fear has continued to resonate today, especially in the age where fear of missing out is constantly triggered by social media and unrelenting hyperconnectivity. The poem, too, has struck a chord with rising Dublin five-piece The Murder Capital and gone on to inspire their eponymous debut studio album rooted firmly in art-rock and post-punk traditions.

  • LIFE

    SEA of delights

    Life, Kong Rithdee, Published on 04/07/2019

    » The Bangkok Asean Film Festival runs until July 8 and features 30 titles. Here are our top picks.

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