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  • LIFESTYLE

    Hoping to take the top prize East

    Life, Kong Rithdee, Published on 16/05/2018

    » Asian filmmakers have so far fielded a strong force at the 71st Cannes Film Festival, and when the Palme d'Or is decided on Saturday by the Cate Blanchett-led jury there's a real chance that the top prize might go to one of the Asian titles -- after a Turkish film in 2014 (Winter Sleep) and a Thai film back in 2010 (Uncle Boonmee Who Can Recall His Past Lives).

  • BUSINESS

    A blueprint for breaking the glass ceiling

    Business, Published on 16/05/2018

    » Women are undermining their own careers because they care too much, work too hard and are too perfectionistic, says New York Times best-selling author Marshall Goldsmith.

  • LIFESTYLE

    Killers set to cause a hot Bangkok fuss

    Life, Apipar Norapoompipat, Published on 16/05/2018

    » The Killers are coming out of their cage and they've been doing just fine (that's a song reference if you've missed it), as thanks to Singha Music and VIJI Corp, the long-running Los Angeles-based alternative rock band will be bringing their world tour to Bangkok's Thunderdome Muang Thong Thani on Sept 17.

  • NEWS

    A new library for new times

    Life, Suchit Leesa-nguansuk, Published on 16/05/2018

    » Sometimes a library does spell boredom. But what about one with a view of a huge football stadium, cooking classes, a maker space, automatic lockers for retrieving books at your convenience and an online e-book catalogue? Sound like fun?

  • NEWS

    World Cup kicks off retail frenzy

    Business, Published on 16/05/2018

    » The upcoming World Cup 2018 is kicking up feverish sentiment in Thailand's retail and commercial sectors.

  • OPINION

    It's time to root out endemic graft

    News, Published on 16/05/2018

    » For 85 years, Thailand has been trapped in a quagmire of political crises. It all began in 1933, when there were two coups in as many months.

  • LIFESTYLE

    A Mad look at the classics

    Life, Apipar Norapoompipat, Published on 16/05/2018

    » Madsaki's artworks are stupid. Stupid of course, in the best cackle-inducing way possible. In his latest solo exhibition "Combination Platter" (situated on the ground floor of Ploenchit's Central Embassy), Leonardo da Vinci's 16th-century masterpiece Salvador Mundi is now a beady-eyed Jesus. And Picasso's US$155 million (4.9 billion baht) Le Rêve -- instead of a tranquil woman napping peacefully on a sofa, she now has giant black button eyes and a dumb smile to match. Honestly, they're even more entertaining to look at than the originals.

  • LIFESTYLE

    Through the lens of diplomacy

    Life, Apipar Norapoompipat, Published on 16/05/2018

    » To go into a community, society or area that's rarely seen by others and to be accepted into their world, access may be considered a photographer's most valuable asset. Yet for Pericles Boutos, Greek ambassador to Thailand, access was handed to him from the day he landed in the Kingdom three-and-a-half years ago.

  • NEWS

    N.Korea cancels Seoul talks, casts doubt on Trump summit

    AFP, Published on 16/05/2018

    » SEOUL: North Korea on Wednesday called into question a much-anticipated and unprecedented summit between its leader Kim Jong Un and US President Donald Trump set for next month.

  • NEWS

    Conflict flight highest in a decade: monitors

    AFP, Published on 16/05/2018

    » GENEVA - Conflict forced nearly 12 million people to flee within their own country last year, the highest level of such internal displacement in 10 years, international monitors said Wednesday.

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