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  • LIFESTYLE

    Mama's boy

    Life, Kong Rithdee, Published on 05/09/2014

    » Mining your own family for stories is a convenient and sometimes painful process. Vorakorn Ruetaivanichkul turned his camera toward his mother, who tried to commit suicide years ago. That pilot project later became a 60-minute film that mixes home movie footage, documentary re-enactment and fantasy sequences. Mother was Vorakorn's graduation film at King Mongkut's Institute of Technology Ladkrabang in 2010, and now it will be released at House RCA on Sept 11.

  • LIFESTYLE

    Much ado about Edo

    Life, Published on 26/07/2018

    » Seacon Bangkae will recreate the Japanese Edo period from 415 years ago for the "One Day in Edo" fair, which will kick off tomorrow and run until Aug 5.

  • LIFESTYLE

    A real-life fairy tale

    Life, Published on 27/03/2018

    » It all began in 1871 when 17-year-old member of Austria's aristocracy Erwin Mueller decided to take up a job as a store clerk in Hamburg, Germany, instead of fulfilling his father's dream of walking an academic path and serving the country. There he met German pharmacy student Bernhard Grimm who interned at the shop's chemical section.

  • BUSINESS

    THAI saves B10m from free ride scrap

    Amornrat Mahitthirook, Published on 11/06/2014

    » Ailing Thai Airways International (THAI) can save about 10 million baht from axing free plane tickets for board members, a Transport Ministry source said on Wednesday.

  • NEWS

    Beating bipolar

    Life, Arusa Pisuthipan, Published on 14/05/2018

    » Mariah Carey is probably good at keeping secrets. For almost 20 years, the American superstar was trying to sweep under the carpet her struggle with mental illness. So when she opened up to People magazine last month that she has been treated for bipolar disorder since 2001, millions of her fans were stupefied.

  • NEWS

    'I sold the piano and bought a camera'

    Spectrum, Published on 03/12/2017

    » Journalism requires taking risks beyond the regular (and sometimes legal) call of duty. When breaking news happens or an injustice is found lurking in the shadows, journalists are often the first ones there to shed light on the stories that impact society's most marginalised. It requires a deep passion for sharing people's stories with the rest of the world.

  • NEWS

    Young gun Parit follows in uncle's formidable footsteps

    News, Taam Yingcharoen, Published on 08/04/2018

    » One can't help but be reminded of Abhisit Vejjajiva when they meet Parit Wacharasindhu, a 25-year-old political novice and would-be member of the Democrat Party.

  • NEWS

    April 10 service moved to Pathum Thani

    Aekarach Sattaburuth, Published on 08/04/2015

    » The United Front for Democracy against Dictatorship has decided to move the venue for a service to commemorate the deaths on April 10, 2010 away from Bangkok with no red-shirt members to join the event, UDD leader Jatuporn Promphan said on Thursday.

  • LIFESTYLE

    Gee, what comes after G?

    Brunch, Andrew Biggs, Published on 06/05/2018

    » Little Potae came to stay with me over the school holidays. His parents went to the South to work on a construction site. Could he stay at my place while they were down there?

  • LIFESTYLE

    Big city, small town

    Life, Bernard Trink, Published on 11/05/2018

    » People are natural actors. Observe how they tell stories to their friends, passing on telephone conversations or what they saw or heard. They mimic and flap their arms for emphasis. Hoping for smiles or groans. Novelists aim to do the same with more words. Alas, only the better ones succeed. All too many try and fail.

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