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  • LIFE

    Jazz concert recalls 'Sweet Memories'

    Life, Published on 13/08/2019

    » Oneday Jazz Trio from Mahidol University will be paying tribute to the late King Bhumibol Adulyadej with "The Sweet Memories Concert" at Neilson Hays Library, Surawong Road, on Sunday Aug 18 at 6pm.

  • THAILAND

    Plight of 'little ghosts' in South Korea

    News, Kornchanok Raksaseri, Published on 29/09/2019

    » It has been a year since a Thai labour minister met his Korean counterpart to solve the problem of "little ghost" illegal migrant workers in South Korea.

  • LIFE

    The very best for K-pop fans

    Life, Published on 02/10/2019

    » K-pop continues to capture the imaginations of Thai fans. And excitement levels are about to reach fever pitch, because in barely three weeks, three top acts from three of Korea's top bands will be sharing the stage in what is being billed as the concert of the year in Bangkok.

  • LIFE

    Forever is a long time

    B Magazine, Chanun Poomsawai, Published on 29/09/2019

    » Let's be frank, bands like Metronomy are hard to come by these days. Call us myopic, but we honestly can't think of any up-and-coming groups who would be savvy enough to come up with classic indie jams like A Thing For Me, The Look, The Bay and Everything Goes My Way. A knack for blending eclectic genres seems to come naturally to the UK quartet, a gift that served them especially well from 2008's Nights Out through to 2014's Love Letters.

  • LIFE

    Making the market work for you

    B Magazine, Published on 29/09/2019

    » The market is not merely a place where you can buy ready-made meals, fresh vegetables or cooking ingredients; it is a mirror reflecting social conditions, livelihood, food sources, and the economic circumstances of a community. Each market features specific characteristics amid the ever-changing environment.

  • BUSINESS

    NESDC's new 'driver' details approach to progress

    Business, Chatrudee Theparat, Published on 30/07/2019

    » The prestigious state planning unit the Office of the National Economic and Social Development Council (NESDC) has undergone a major revamp since late last year, including being renamed from the National Economic and Social Development Board (NESDB).

  • LIFE

    Memories buried in soil

    Life, Kong Rithdee, Published on 19/07/2019

    » Memories and war, illusory borders and invisible scars: These themes are resonant in two documentary films shown late last month at the SAC Film Festival (hosted by the Princess Maha Chakri Sirindhorn Anthropology Centre). In the Thai documentary Din Rai Dan (Soil Without Land), a Tai Yai man in Shan state talks about his life as a waiter in Bangkok and as a soldier in his ethnic army. In the Vietnamese film The Future Cries Beneath Our Soil, a group of men in a rural village bear the indelible wounds of the Vietnam War, still stinging after 40 years.

  • LIFE

    From his home base

    B Magazine, Chanun Poomsawai, Published on 22/09/2019

    » It's not often that the success of an artist can be attributed to his/her talent alone. Without the full backing of a major label, most artists would struggle to get the sort of exposure required to bring them international recognition. Thai singer-songwriter Phum Viphurit, however, is an extraordinary exception. Signed to Bangkok's bona fide indie label Rats Records, the young singer-songwriter showed immense potential from the get-go with his 2014 English-language debut single Adore. Since then, he has delivered gem after gem, dealing in breezy folky rock perfect for a road trip to the seaside or a session around the campfire.

  • LIFE

    RBSO is an A+ on the Bs

    Life, Published on 19/07/2019

    » Two magnificent "cathedrals of sound" in E-flat major were conjured up in the Main Hall of the Thailand Cultural Centre late last month. The Royal Bangkok Symphony Orchestra gave splendidly rousing performances of two towering masterpieces central to the oeuvres of Ludwig van Beethoven and Anton Bruckner.

  • LIFE

    Low-budget veneer is film's main attraction

    Life, Tatat Bunnag, Published on 27/09/2019

    » One of people's biggest fears is to be deemed an outcast, or freak. And the theme about suffering from being different, hiding away from authority, or discovering hidden special powers is the sort of storyline that's been told countless times from the Marvel universe, superheroes and monsters movies, where the line between good and bad is hazy grey.

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