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    Through the prism of history

    Life, Kong Rithdee, Published on 04/10/2019

    » The book's title is printed on its spine: Prism Of Photography: Dispersion Of Knowledge And Memories Of The 6 October Massacre. Thereafter, from the first page on, we have only photographs with no captions.

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    Separating fact from fiction

    Life, Suwitcha Chaiyong, Published on 01/07/2019

    » Last October, Singapore's online news channel Asia One reported a gruesome story from Thailand. It alleged that a vegetarian restaurant in Bangkok served human flesh to diners. The news went viral, and was quickly picked up by various news outlets worldwide, including The Sun and the Daily Mail in the UK, and Newsweek in the US.

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    The volunteer spirit

    Life, Published on 24/10/2017

    » Over 2 million Thais registered to serve as volunteers during the royal cremation period, carrying out several unpaid tasks, at Sanam Luang and elsewhere, from venue preparation, catering, public information services and funeral flower distribution to first aid and traffic safety. Here we talk to some of them about their duties and their pride in serving King Bhumibol one last time.

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    Rites or wrongs?

    Life, Published on 24/07/2017

    » Male freshmen were ordered to feel each other's crotch, lick each other's nipples and eat a disgusting mixture of pumpkin, fermented fish and discarded vegetables -- things that look like faeces. Refuse, and the senior would escalate the punishment.

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    Taking 'Thainess' for a spin

    Life, Parisa Pichitmarn, Published on 28/12/2015

    » Hirankrit Pattaraboriboonkul designed that tuk-tuk costume for Miss Thailand Universe, the dress that garnered praise, flak and one declaration from a hater that he'd eat dog poo if it won awards. Also working as a freelance costume designer on the side, Hirankrit's entry was one of the 365 to be submitted to the Creative Thai contest held by Miss Universe Thailand.

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    Behind the Thai mask

    Life, Pichaya Svasti, Published on 15/08/2014

    » Three men wearing white shirts and red jongkraben (traditional Thai trousers) are practising their khon dance performance in a classroom. From afar they look like your typical Thai masked dance experts, as their posture and movements are smooth and delicate. On closer inspection, however, you may notice something, or someone, out of place, at least according to popular perception. One of the dancers is 30-year-old Canadian Benjamin Tardif.

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    All change, no change, cold call, katoey from hell?

    News, Published on 31/08/2014

    » Outspoken actress Pattarida "Tangmo" Patcharaweerapong is thanking God for Channel 7's decision to release her from her contract after she accepted work for a rival channel.

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