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  • THAILAND

    Don’t miss the international seminar "The Givers Network 2019 Bangkok"

    Published on 23/09/2019

    » Three international organisations – Asia Philanthropy Circle represented by Mr. Laurence Lien, Thai Young Philanthropist Network (TYPN)

  • LIFE

    Street Seoul in the heart of Bangkok

    Life, Suwitcha Chaiyong, Published on 20/09/2019

    » The Korean wave continues to wash through Thailand. To strengthen relations with Korean business partners and promote Korean culture and products to Thais, the Pano Industry Company has teamed up with The Gravity Motion for the Seoul Street Festival Thailand 2019, taking place on Saturday and Sunday at CentralWorld. The event will feature performances from popular Korean and Thai acts as well as food, fashion, beauty and travel goods for sale.

  • LIFE

    From his home base

    B Magazine, Chanun Poomsawai, Published on 22/09/2019

    » It's not often that the success of an artist can be attributed to his/her talent alone. Without the full backing of a major label, most artists would struggle to get the sort of exposure required to bring them international recognition. Thai singer-songwriter Phum Viphurit, however, is an extraordinary exception. Signed to Bangkok's bona fide indie label Rats Records, the young singer-songwriter showed immense potential from the get-go with his 2014 English-language debut single Adore. Since then, he has delivered gem after gem, dealing in breezy folky rock perfect for a road trip to the seaside or a session around the campfire.

  • LIFE

    Stranger than fiction

    Life, Published on 24/09/2019

    » Following sell-out productions of the hit Broadway musical Once On This Island and its swashbuckling take on Shakespeare's Twelfth Night earlier this year, Bangkok Community Theatre (BCT) is back with a new production that inspires imaginations and plays with expectations.

  • LIFE

    Roaring success

    Life, Melalin Mahavongtrakul, Published on 23/09/2019

    » Hear the roar. The Lion King musical has begun its run in Bangkok, and it was nothing short of a wonder-feast for the eyes.

  • LIFE

    Opposite poles

    Life, Published on 23/09/2019

    » Another wonderfully entertaining and enlightening evening at the Thailand Cultural Centre was provided by the Royal Bangkok Symphony Orchestra at their latest concert on Sept 6, conducted by Canadian/Maltese maestro Charles Olivieri-Munroe. "Hungarian Rhapsody – German Passion" juxtaposed contrasting works emanating from the two big opposing camps of mid-19-century music -- namely, those of Liszt/Wagner and Schumann/Brahms.

  • LIFE

    The wonder girl grows up

    Life, Melalin Mahavongtrakul, Published on 20/09/2019

    » Bangkok's local concert calendar is now a nostalgic affair filled with 90s and millennium playlists. Stepping away from that slightly worn-out path is diva Tata Young, whose upcoming concert next month will be packed with English music from her days as one of the biggest stars from Asia.

  • BUSINESS

    Thailand falls one place in digital index

    Business, Suchit Leesa-nguansuk, Published on 27/09/2019

    » Thailand slipped one place to 40th in the World Digital Competitiveness Index 2019, partly because of a lack of public access to digital public services and subpar participation in public decision-making.

  • THAILAND

    Fake village chief arrested over loan scams

    News, Post Reporters, Published on 30/09/2019

    » 'Billy' suspects under microscope

  • LIFE

    Mature Musicality

    Life, Published on 25/09/2019

    » Somtow Sucharitkul and Siam Sinfonietta earlier this month gave a wonderful concert in the Czech Republic's capital, Prague, as part of their European tour. The event was significant for several reasons. It marked the premiere on the Old Continent of Voraprach Wongsathapornpat's piece Temples Of Kyoto, Trisdee Na Patalung's Restoration, and Somtow's Helena Citrónová suite. For many of the young musicians, the tour occasioned their first performance in Europe and "their first time encountering the particular warmth of the Czechs and the intensity of their love for music". The excited audience at Prague's Academy of Performing Arts (HAMU) bestowed a long standing ovation on Somtow and Sinfonietta for their mature musicality.

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