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    Anti-coup activists arrested for gathering to mark revolution

    News, Post Reporters, Published on 25/06/2016

    » Seven anti-coup activists were arrested yesterday for allegedly defying the regime's ban on political gatherings when they held an event to observe the June 24 Siam revolution in 1932 staged by the Khanarassadorn that led to the country changing from an absolute monarchy to a constitutional one.

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    The pastoral romance returns

    Life, Kong Rithdee, Published on 19/09/2018

    » The star-crossed lovers coo. They ride their buffaloes through a verdant field, splash mud, evade spiteful parents, and make a vow at the shrine of the banyan tree. But their romance, like all memorable romances in books and life, is doomed by the circumstances of fate, tragic and scarred, and their destiny is one of the most heartbreaking in the canon of Siamese literature and film.

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    Alternative screenings this weekend

    Life, Kong Rithdee, Published on 02/09/2016

    » As the multiplexes are dominated by the big Thai film Fanday, two screenings this weekend should provide alternatives for Bangkok moviegoers. First, David Lean's Doctor Zhivago will play at the Scala on Sunday at noon, then a set of nine short films addressing the issue of legal reform will be screened at the Bangkok Art and Culture Centre at 3pm.

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    Evocative hymn to Thai rice

    Life, Kong Rithdee, Published on 23/01/2015

    » This is the film you simply have to see this weekend. Uruphong Raksasad's Pleng Khong Kao (The Songs Of Rice) is a lyrical poetry of image and sound, as beautiful as 19th-century pastoral paintings and as evocative as murmured hymns. In a compact 75 minutes, we see muddied beasts stomping the paddies and whirring tractors aglow with nocturnal eyes; we hear the chanting for the Rice Goddess and rhythmic windpipe numbers for the harvest dance. We even marvel, unlikely as it seems, at a zonk-out sci-fi rendition of a northeastern rocket festival, ablaze with fire and sparks and songs and joy.

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    Flying high and falling fast

    Spectrum, Nanchanok Wongsamuth, Published on 14/12/2014

    » At the age of 43, Thailand's youngest billionaire Nopporn Suppipat was flying high on the profits from one of the region's biggest wind power companies.

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    Shortening the supply chain

    Life, Melalin Mahavongtrakul, Published on 13/10/2014

    » Following the government's decision to make long-awaited rice payments to some of the farmers affected by the previous administration's failed rice-pledging scheme, the topic of the domestic rice market has once again become a hot-topic.

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    Siam Society: 108 years now online

    Jon Fernquest, Published on 11/07/2012

    » Every schoolchild in Thailand can now access their heritage online. Oldest Thai Studies journal founded in 1904 free online & can be used in school reports.

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    Daddy dearest

    Life, Parisa Pichitmarn, Published on 05/12/2013

    » On an auspicious day like this, I'd really like to steer any thoughts away from politics because, honestly, it is starting to get exhausting trying to keep tabs on how Thaksin Shinawatra is scheming to get back to this country all the time. Let's shift our focus from politicians to _ yellow confetti please _ fathers. I've kept my observant media eye hyper-alert for all dad-related happenings around me lately and while some can be a downer, others are heart-warming.

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