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    Leicester fans pay respects to former chairman Vichai

    Published on 20/10/2019

    » Leicester City pay their respects to mark the first anniversary of a helicopter crash which claimed five lives including the club's chairman Vichai Srivaddhanaprabha before the match on Saturday.

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    Off the leash

    B Magazine, Chanun Poomsawai, Published on 20/10/2019

    » "Dogs whine to communicate their physical, mental and emotional states..." At first glance, Dogwhine's artist bio reads like the opening to a freshman's college essay. Then, out of the blue, what initially appears to be a direct quote from the dictionary turns into a sly jab at the absurd prohibition on political gatherings of five or more people imposed by the junta: "Not all whines are created equally. Sometimes dogs gather to whine in group. When they come together more than five, they often get chased or taken away." Like hip-hop firebrands Rap Against Dictatorship who brought us the brilliant anti-junta Prathet Ku Mee (What's My Country Got), this Bangkok five-piece are unapologetically political from the outset.


    Ancient fish trap

    News, Published on 20/10/2019

    » Fisherfolk in Phunphin Bay, Surat Thani, use age-old local wisdom to build a unique fish trap that uses neither plastic nor metal in its construction.

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    Listen to what the blind woman sees

    Life, Suwitcha Chaiyong, Published on 18/10/2019

    » "Practice makes perfect" we are often told. It certainly worked for poet Hatairatt Jaturawapana. After years of practice, her efforts have finally paid off as she was chosen as this year's Seven Book Awards winner in the poetry category.

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    America's saviour

    Life, Bernard Trink, Published on 18/10/2019

    » Bill Clinton wasn't the best president of the United States of America, nor was he the worst. Nor was he the most oversexed. John F. Kennedy had more pillow-mates by far. Yet Jackie Kennedy and Hillary Clinton didn't make a fuss about it.

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    Finding the Right Turn

    Guru, Published on 18/10/2019

    » It's not often that a professional ballet dancer from San Francisco elegantly pirouettes his way through Bangkok to demonstrate and share his expertise. Ikolo Griffin was spotted as a star and immediately recruited by the San Francisco Ballet company at the age of eight and never looked back. In the last 30 years, his passion for ballet has seen him twirl on reputable stages, from the San Francisco Opera house, Paris Opera House and the Lincoln Center, New York to Dance Theater of Harlem and The Joffrey Ballet in Chicago. But Griffin has a different kind of spin to him. He decided to give back to the dance community by simplifying the very thing every ballet dancer dreads: the pirouette. Since then, his "Just Turns" workshop has been changing the lives of many dancers across the US. Now he's taking over the world -- one turn at a time -- as he arranges his workshops in other countries. GURU speaks to Griffin about his upcoming visit to Bangkok in an exclusive interview!


    Police thwart drug money laundering op

    News, Sutthiwit Chayutworakan, Published on 17/10/2019

    » Police arrested six people during raids in Samut Prakan and Nonthaburi provinces and seized assets worth about 100 million baht yesterday, in an operation aimed at suspects in the laundering of a billion baht of drug traffickers' money.


    BMA hails pavement riding blitz

    News, Post Reporters, Published on 16/10/2019

    » City Hall's campaign to crack down on motorcyclists riding or parking on pavements has seen the number of offenders apprehended by police fall by 37% during the 16 months of the blitz, according to the Bangkok Metropolitan Administration (BMA).

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    The meat of the matter

    Life, Arusa Pisuthipan, Published on 30/09/2019

    » Late last month, KFC launched Beyond Fried Chicken, a plant-based chicken substitute at a single location in Atlanta, USA. According to a New York Times report, the chicken giant sold as many plant-based wings and nuggets in only five hours as its popular popcorn chicken in an entire week.


    Red shirts plead guilty to violence

    News, Published on 28/09/2019

    » Four red-shirt co-leaders have pleaded guilty for their roles in a violent 2007 protest outside the home of the late Privy Council president, Prem Tinsulanonda, apparently hoping the Supreme Court will give them clemency and a less severe punishment.

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