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  • LIFE

    A rollercoaster ride

    Life, Tatat Bunnag, Published on 08/05/2020

    » Have you ever made a pact with your childhood friend? And would you still keep that wild and reckless promise even when you haven't heard from the person for over 17 years? That's exactly what happens in HBO's new black comedy thriller series Run, which features heartthrob Irish actor Domhnall Gleeson who plays opposite American actress Merritt Wever as former couples who decide to flee from their ordinary lives together after texting each other "RUN".

  • ADVANCED NEWS

    Graduation photography: How to make money

    Jon Fernquest, Published on 14/06/2013

    » Successful graduation day photographer & small businessman shares experiences & tricks of trade ahead of graduation season, just ahead.

  • LIFE

    Diving into the cave

    Life, Kong Rithdee, Published on 09/01/2019

    » Of all the films scheduled to come out in 2019, one will return Thailand to the headlines. Various projects based on last year's dramatic rescue of the 12 Wild Boars footballers and their coach have been touted, and now a Thai film has completed principle photography and is going through post-production.

  • BUSINESS

    'Pokemon Go' frenzy lifts game sector

    Business, Suchit Leesa-nguansuk, Published on 10/08/2016

    » Thailand's mobile gaming market can expect to reap the benefits of Pokemon Go mania, opening a new chapter in the industry's future growth.

  • LIFE

    Abs, empathy and edge

    Guru, Catherine Faulder, Published on 02/12/2016

    » One hour with Chakrit Narula, a personal trainer at The Edge Boutique Gym (http://fb.com//theedgeboutiquegym) and you feel like you've done your bit for the year. Despite his military approach to working out, what we like about Chakrit is his ability to relate with us normal humans who don't work out - or plan to - 24/7. We aren't robots and we're very much driven by realness and that "yeah I'll get round to it" mentality. We stumble. We fall. We fail. Chakrit's seen about every colour of the human condition when it comes to physical fitness, and this translates in his ability to motivate us. He wasn't always all abs and bones you know. Here's his story.

  • BUSINESS

    What will 5G do for me?

    Business, Published on 12/11/2019

    » 4G wireless communication -- compared with 3G and 2G -- has delivered huge gains in performance in the past decade. Heading into the next decade, 5G will build on this with not only evolutionary growth in bandwidth, but also better use of wireless spectrum.

  • OPINION

    Leave Yingluck be

    Oped, Postbag, Published on 13/01/2018

    » Re: "Officials 'must capture Yingluck'," (BP, Jan 12). We should all extend our sympathy to the government for having to resist pressure from various sources to pursue extradition proceedings against Yingluck Shinawatra.

  • LIFE

    The undead are slightly diminished

    Life, Melalin Mahavongtrakul, Published on 27/07/2020

    » Finally, there's a blockbuster movie coming to local cinemas. As most people are still wary of the big screen experience, perhaps this particular movie could change their mind. Train To Busan: Peninsula rides in at full throttle, with thrills, shrills and an army of speedy zombies all ready to attack at any sign of light or sound.

  • OPINION

    Riled at poor BTS service

    News, Editorial, Published on 30/06/2018

    » After almost four days of rush-hour delays, the BTS Skytrain operator managed to "assure" passengers on Thursday that a solution to the problem had been found.

  • LIFE

    Documenting Southeast Asian diversity

    Life, Kong Rithdee, Published on 20/03/2015

    » Now in its fifth edition, Salaya International Documentary Film Festival brings you real-world immediacy and reflection that covers a wide gamut of subjects — from the aftermath of the communist purge in 1960s Indonesia to the housing woes in Singapore, from the ferry tragedy in Korea to a grand tour of the National Gallery in London. The festival (better known as Salaya Doc) begins tomorrow and runs until Mar 28 at the Film Archive in Salaya and the auditorium of Bangkok Art and Culture Centre in Pathumwan (BACC). Admission is free.

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