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    Indian soldiers mending fences with Mandarin

    Asia focus, Narendra Kaushik, Published on 25/09/2017

    » If you walk past the border police academy in Mussoorie, a hill station in the northern state of Uttarakhand, don't be surprised if you hear conversations that don't sound anything like Hindi or other languages spoken in India.

  • LIFE

    Primed for pillow talk

    B Magazine, Chanun Poomsawai, Published on 25/06/2017

    » Moving at a glacial pace, Cigarettes After Sex's eponymous debut album is subdued but deeply evocative in its lust and lingering sense of infatuation.

  • LIFE

    An Anglo-Isan mash-up

    Life, Apipar Norapoompipat, Published on 29/06/2017

    » There's always something enticing about traditional beats. It's something different from all the music played on the radio -- something authentic compared to all the boring, gentrified sounds. And that's what Will Robinson felt when he first heard the sound of a phin guitar many years ago on the streets of Sukhumvit.

  • LIFE

    The way she moves

    Life, Melalin Mahavongtrakul, Published on 22/09/2017

    » What's life like as the most in-demand luk thung star of the moment? After an unexpected catapult to national fame following PM Prayut Chan-o-cha's comment on her twerking, after a frenzy of media coverage sensationalising her stage name and persona, and after becoming an accidental symbol of youth and freedom, 19-year-old Lamyai Haithongkham has only one simple wish: more time to sleep.

  • LIFE

    We ain't Nate, mate

    Life, Apipar Norapoompipat, Published on 21/07/2017

    » Nathan Bartling, aka "My Mate Nate", is a hero to some and a low-life to many. The Mormon missionary-turned-local-YouTube star has been plastered all over the news this week once again -- finding himself on the end of public outrage after his latest stunt of trying to flatten coins on Bangkok's railroad tracks. The whole event may seem like an overreaction, but this hasn't been the first time that the 24-year-old American has angered locals and expats due to his juvenile stunts.

  • THAILAND

    Court cites national security to extend 'Shakespeare' ban

    News, Kong Rithdee, Published on 12/08/2017

    » The Administrative Court yesterday rejected the complaint filed by the filmmakers of Shakespeare Must Die in which they asked for the ban on the film to be lifted, thereby extending a ban that has already lasted five years.

  • LIFE

    Remaining to be seen

    Life, Published on 26/07/2017

    » Boy love. Sweet kisses. Gay flirts. These had hardly been portrayed openly on Thailand's big and small screens until back in 2007, when teen drama Love Of Siam made a bold move with its kissing scene between two male high-schoolers, Tong and Mew. The film addressed family, teen and gender issues while also stirring debate as to its appropriateness.

  • THAILAND

    Lese majeste drive targets web viewers

    News, Wassayos Ngamkham, Published on 21/05/2017

    » Police are clamping down on lese majeste offences by shifting their focus to viewers of illegal content even if they do not post or share it.

  • S WEEKLY

    Play time

    Tatat Bunnag, Published on 01/07/2017

    » If you’re looking to find new music, then one place you’re guaranteed to find it is YouTube.

  • S WEEKLY

    Happy sad

    Tatat Bunnag, Published on 04/04/2017

    » The likeable Pramote Pathan (Oat) has made his name over the past couple of years as a successful radio DJ, actor and TV host. But many of his newer fans may not know that he actually began his career as a singer.

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