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    Entertaining, yet strained production of Cixi

    Life, Alongkorn Parivudhiphongs, Published on 08/05/2014

    » Lovers of Chinese tea will know that the first cup from the teapot is usually the strongest. They will know that subsequent servings grow weaker, and become more diluted and less enticing. I was reminded of this recently, when I watched the 200-minute Cixi Taihou The Musical.


    Udon’s got talent

    Life, Pongpet Mekloy, Published on 08/05/2014

    » One of the most prosperous cities in the Northeast, Udon Thani is known as a commercial and entertainment hub in the upper Isan region. And that’s the picture of Udon (as it is called for short) that I had always had until my latest visit on a press trip organised by Nok Air to witness a bike race held last Saturday as part of the celebration of the city’s 121st anniversary.


    Mu Koh Chang National Park to charge diving and snorkelling fees

    Life, Karnjana Karnjanatawe, Published on 08/05/2014

    » Mu Koh Chang National Park will charge entrance fees to visitors who snorkel or scuba dive around Koh Rang, beginning in June.


    Rare ceremony in Uttaradit

    Life, Pichaya Svasti, Published on 08/05/2014

    » From May 13-21, the Atthamee Bucha ceremony will be performed at Wat Phra Borommathat Thung Yang in Lap Lae district, Uttaradit province. Held eight days after Visakha Bucha Day, which falls on the full-moon day of the sixth lunar month, for over five decades in this northern province, this event depicts the cremation of the Lord Buddha and is rare in Thailand.


    The Tapon tug of war

    Life, Karnjana Karnjanatawe, Published on 08/05/2014

    » The small community in the Tapon village of Chanthaburi has just celebrated its annual Hae Phrabat festival — an interesting and unique event that is likely to draw attention from nationwide and even international visitors in the coming years.

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    The X factor

    Life, Karnjana Karnjanatawe, Published on 08/05/2014

    » Nadda Buranasiri, 51, is relatively new to the aviation industry. The former managing director of Warner Music (Thailand) currently serves as the CEO of Thai AirAsia X, Thailand’s first low-cost, long-haul airline. His primary focus is to make the affiliate of Thai AirAsia a household name.


    PM goes, impasse stays

    News, Published on 08/05/2014

    » The charter court ruling which ousted Yingluck Shinawatra as caretaker prime minister may have averted violent confrontations between pro- and anti-government groups, but it has not broken the political deadlock as opponents of the government push forward with other legal challenges.


    Ruling must be respected

    News, Bangkok Post, Published on 08/05/2014

    » The decision was unanimous. The Constitutional Court’s landmark ruling on Wednesday has set the standard for those in political office — transfers of senior officials cannot be unethical, unconstitutional and unlawful, especially when it is done for political benefit.


    PDRC monk coy over move to govt complex

    News, King-oua Laohong, Published on 08/05/2014

    » Anti-government protesters in the Chaeng Watthana area have yet to specify their new rally site after a meeting between Luang Pu Buddha Issara, the protest leader, and state officials failed to reach a conclusion.


    Cops launch Ko Tee radio station raid

    News, Wassayos Ngamkham, Published on 08/05/2014

    » Police yesterday searched the community radio station belonging to red-shirt leader Wutthipong “Ko Tee” Kochthammakhun, seizing a rifle and some bullets.

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