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    Japanese drama extravaganza

    Life, Published on 07/03/2013

    » Drama fans should prepare for the return of Japanese fever.

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    Design sticks to the rails

    Life, Published on 07/03/2013

    » Thailand is like a toddler when it comes to the laborious task of developing railway systems. With that notion in mind, the Thailand Creative & Design Center (TCDC) presents "Designing A Happy Journey: Reviving Kyushu Through Creativity", an exhibition which will open our eyes with the success story of Japanese rail services.

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    Cultural crossover takes centre stage

    Life, Published on 07/03/2013

    » Three artists from different backgrounds, languages and nationalities will perform in the "The Giordano Bruno Project", a cross-cultural artistic encounter between music, movement and philosophy.

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    Scala goes digital

    Life, Published on 07/03/2013

    » For 42 years Scala cinema has projected films as film was supposed to be projected: with 35mm print, rolled into a plate as light beams through the strips and atomises the moving pictures that hit the screen. Now the theatre has evolved, along with the whole world.

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    The game of parenthood

    Life, Amitha Amranand, Published on 07/03/2013

    » Nophand Boonyai's work always excites audiences with the various ways it throws out the rules and conventions of theatre. Last year, he brought together art therapists and actors in Therapy (After The Flood), where we got to see the therapists treat the characters created by the performers. Each unscripted show was a progression from the previous show, like actual therapy sessions.

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    Spirits show their blithe side

    Life, Published on 07/03/2013

    » One of the world's most popular stage comedies, Noel Coward's Blithe Spirit, is coming to Bangkok as another wonderful evening of dinner theatre, staged by the Bangkok Community Theatre (BCT) at the British Club this March.

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    Illuminating Shwedagon

    Life, Prapai Kraisornkovit, Published on 07/03/2013

    » The Royal Thai Embassy in Yangon recently joined with Degree Lighting, a Thai manufacturer and distributor of lighting products, and Myanmar's MK Group, to organise a charity project called "Lights For Shwedagon". The project raised funds to build four specially-crafted chandeliers, which were installed in each of the four main pavilions marking the four cardinal directions _ north, south, east and west _ leading towards the highly-revered Shwedagon Pagoda.

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    Back to entertain us

    Life, Samila Wenin, Published on 07/03/2013

    » From The Beatles' mod suits to the punk gear flaunted by the Sex Pistols, music-inspired fashion dominates at least one chapter in each era of the history of style. And 20 years ago, in the final decade of the 20th century amid a stream of minimalism and American sportswear, Kurt Cobain gave flannel shirts and striped jumpers their place in that history, pioneering a look that continues to symbolise the musical genre he and his band spearheaded.

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