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  • LIFE

    Eternal star

    Life, Melalin Mahavongtrakul, Published on 23/11/2016

    » Three years after making her screen debut, in a soap opera in 2010, Davika "Mai" Hoorne was known to Thai audiences as nang ake pun larn -- the billion-baht leading lady -- from the mega-success of her 2013 film Pee Mak Phra Khanong. Since then, she has become a fixture on the screen, with period melodrama Plae Kao (The Scar) in 2014, a modest hit, and the oddball Freelance Harm Puay Harm Pak Harm Rak Mor (Heart Attack) last year, which raked in over 90 million baht at the box office.

  • ADVANCED NEWS

    Rural doctor challenges Phue Thai

    Terry Fredrickson, Published on 30/06/2011

    » Phue Thai is confident of winning in nine Chiang Mai constituencies, but a popular rural doctor stands a good chance of denying them a tenth.

  • LIFE

    Sweet return

    Life, Kanokporn Chanasongkram, Published on 10/04/2019

    » After a long hiatus from the small screen, Thai diva Mai Charoenpura gives it her all in her comeback, in Channel 3's sensational period drama Krong Karma.

  • LIFE

    Tai dishes the dirt, Au lashes Chor party, Blue feels heat

    News, Mae Moo, Published on 14/07/2019

    » Former actress Saitarn "Tai" Niyomkarn has dished the dirt on her former boyfriend, accusing him of raising a wife and family on the sly and systematically defrauding people.

  • LIFE

    World's oldest ballet story to delight Bangkok audiences

    Life, Published on 24/05/2018

    » Rising Star Dance Studio, one of Bangkok's premier centres for ballet training and performance, will delight Bangkok audiences with performances of La Fille Mal Gardee, the oldest ballet story still performed, on June 2 and 3 at the M Theater on New Phetchaburi Road. Partial proceeds from the performances will be donated to benefit the Wild Animal Rescue Foundation of Thailand and the School for Life in Chiang Mai.

  • LIFE

    Soap song 'theft' claims get airing, Sia Po keen to settle scores

    News, Mae Moo, Published on 19/05/2019

    » The singer at the centre of a copyright mixup which resulted in the leading song for two rival soaps which went to air the same day sounding almost the same denies he benefited personally from the dispute.

  • LIFE

    Smuggling Thai culture by film

    Life, Karnjana Karnjanatawe, Published on 23/06/2017

    » A group of Chinese fans of Thai actress Davika Hoorne shouted her nickname -- "Mai! Mai!" -- as she slowly walked out from the gate at the arrivals hall of Shanghai International Airport. They had prepared bouquets of colourful flowers and a large bunch of 999 red roses for the admired star of Phi Mak Phrakanong and 20 Mai U-Turn Wai Huai Jai Return (Suddenly Twenty).

  • LIFE

    Flowers for the late king

    Life, Patcharawalai Sanyanusin, Published on 01/06/2017

    » The royal cremation ceremony of our beloved King Bhumibol Adulyadej is five months away and many organisations are contributing to prepare a large number of dok mai chan (funeral cremation flowers) to be distributed to the public.

  • LIFE

    Mitski, demystified

    B Magazine, Published on 26/08/2018

    » Born to an American father and a Japanese mother, Mitski Miyawaki spent her childhood essentially being a nomad and a stranger in foreign lands. After stints in countries like Congo and Turkey, she relocated to New York, where she pursued her artistic passions, dabbling in film study before eventually focusing on music. This gave her a bit of a head start in the industry because, by the time she graduated, she'd already self-released two records, Lush and Retired From Sad, New Career In Business, as part of her school projects.

  • THAILAND

    Three months of edgy grassroots art

    Life, Ariane Kupferman-Sutthavong, Published on 06/07/2018

    » Bangkok's first-ever Biennial officially kicked off on Sunday night with an evening aerobics session on the Chao Phraya riverside at a popular spot for dwellers and sports lovers beneath the Rama VIII bridge. The choice of location -- anchored in Bangkok residents' daily lives -- and the disruptive event itself -- complete with ceremonial opening remarks and a ribbon-cutting moment -- set the tone (i.e. caustic, critical and edgy) for the many art exhibitions and activities to be held in Bangkok and elsewhere in Thailand in the coming months.

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