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    Let's Judge Candidates by Their Posters Pt.2

    Guru, Pornchai Sereemongkonpol, Published on 08/03/2019

    » The campaign posters are EVERYWHERE. You either dodge them while navigating your way on a Bangkok sidewalk (of lack thereof it) or scroll down your Facebook newsfeed and see like seven of them without even trying.


    The Pok Pok chef returns

    Guru, Pasavat Tanskul, Published on 01/03/2019

    » From his humble beginnings as a dishwasher in Vermont, chef Andy Ricker's frequent travels to Thailand gave him a taste of northern Thai and Isan cuisines. After years of training, the restaurateur adapted the cuisines for his Pok Pok Thai restaurant in Portland, Oregon which would later expand into a franchise across several cities, including Los Angeles and New York. After making an appearance at last year's Mad Face Food Week, he is returning this year as the main chef of Mad Face's Exclusive Private Dinners to introduce his latest interest — Vietnamese cuisine.

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    Hail pummels 2,000 homes in Northeast

    News, Yuttapong Kumnodnae, Published on 27/02/2019

    » Udon Thani: Powerful hail storms have damaged more than 2,000 houses in two northeastern provinces of Udon Thani and Nong Khai, wreaking widespread havoc and forcing officials to set up a disaster response centre at a heavily riddled pavilion.


    Teens, queens and political machines

    Life, Melalin Mahavongtrakul, Published on 25/02/2019

    » More LGBTI personalities in politics and the mainstream media, plus the return of a transgender beauty pageant in our monthly round-up of rainbow news.


    What's trending and happening this week

    Muse, Published on 07/07/2018

    » 1. July is the month to celebrate diversity. Woof Pack, a group of creators, artists and activists, reflects on the global phenomenon that is June Pride month. They are hosting the LGBT+ Kaleidoscope Through My Lens exhibition. Bringing together a long list of renowned Thai photographers, "Through My Lens" captures the beauty and candour of the Thai LGBT+ community. The photos reflect on societal taboos of nudity and sexuality, exploring the emotions and difficulty of identifying beyond the bounds of gender roles. The exhibition is run until July 22 in the Woof Pack Space located in Sala Daeng.

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    Who is our Oscars Favourite?

    Brunch, Kong Rithdee, Published on 24/02/2019

    » The most important of all unimportant things, the Oscars arrive on Monday morning, Thailand time. In a year that seems more muted than usual, Hollywood's biggest jamboree has striven to stay relevant with the inclusion of blockbuster titles such as Black Panther and Bohemian Rhapsody, besides the more edgy and less popular films that have claimed much of the headlines, such as Roma and Green Book. While there are many cinematic awards around the world, the Oscars still seem to matter the most, and the ritual of predicting the winners is at once a frivolous parlour game and an annual survey of the vital signs of mainstream cinema. Don't bet on it, but we offer our takes here.

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    Melayu Day puts Yala on the map

    News, Kornchanok Raksaseri, Published on 23/02/2019

    » Under the scorching late afternoon sun, hundreds of people packed both sides of the main road in Nakhon Yala municipality, eager to witness one of the main spectacles of the year -- the parade celebrating Melayu Day.


    Pepsi pushes pop

    Life, Published on 21/02/2019

    » As part of Pepsi's new campaign, the company is bringing together four leading artists representing four musical genres namely Thanwa Boonsungnern aka The Toys, rapper Nattawut Srimhok aka Golf F. Hero, molam singer Jintara Poonlarp and EDM band Boom Boom Cash in its one-hour concert "Pepsi Unexpected Music Experience", to be held tomorrow (22 Feb) at Parc Paragon, Siam Paragon, at 6.30pm.


    Melodious and odious

    News, Postbag, Published on 21/02/2019

    » Re: "Army chief sings out hateful blast from gory past", (Opinion, Feb 19).


    Savour the moment

    Life, Tatat Bunnag, Published on 20/02/2019

    » Memories play a big part in our lives. Many of us get so caught up in past memories -- good and bad -- that we forget to live in the present. We dream of going back in time to relive the most magic moments or change the things we regret.

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