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    Flowers for the late king

    Life, Patcharawalai Sanyanusin, Published on 01/06/2017

    » The royal cremation ceremony of our beloved King Bhumibol Adulyadej is five months away and many organisations are contributing to prepare a large number of dok mai chan (funeral cremation flowers) to be distributed to the public.

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    Polish week ends with celebration of Joseph Conrad's most seminal work

    Life, Kong Rithdee, Published on 27/04/2017

    » The Polish Arts and Culture Week started last Sunday at Chualalongkorn University's Central and Eastern European Studies Section. While previous activities over the past four days have attracted much interest, the centrepiece is tomorrow's event at the Bangkok Art and Culture Centre: the celebration of Polish-British writer Joseph Conrad.

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    The grand tour

    Life, Apipar Norapoompipat, Published on 27/04/2017

    » Piano virtuoso Nat Yontararak has been up to something big. One of Thailand's pioneers in contemporary classical music, he's currently on tour in Europe -- visiting seven countries and performing 11 concerts to pay homage to two former great kings of Thailand, King Chulalongkorn and King Bhumibol Adulyadej.

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    A rare piece of Tchaikovsky

    Life, Harry Rolnick, Published on 27/04/2017

    » So you thought you knew everything about Peter Ilych Tchaikovsky? His morbid Pathetique? His romantic Romeo And Juliet? His warmongering 1812 Overture? Well, think again. Royal Bangkok Symphony Orchestra is offering on Friday a major work by Tchaikovsky which is rarely played these days -- but counts, in its original form, as one of the most celebrated works in the history of music.

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    Many shades of life

    Life, Alongkorn Parivudhiphongs, Published on 09/02/2017

    » How do you recount the stories of 11 non-related people from different walks of life with dramatic and colourful details? Director Panpassa Tubtien has done just that, in an intense yet captivating play entitled Lai Chiwit (Many Lives), which just closed after a short two-week run.

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    Ceremonial splendour

    Life, Atiya Achakulwisut, Published on 30/01/2017

    » Tongthong Chandransu is the name that comes to the mind of most people when they think about royal ceremonies. His narration of these events, a familiar element during their broadcast, is always filled with insightful facts and wondrous anecdotes about Thai history and centuries-old culture.

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    Media's shifting landscape

    Life, Kanin Srimaneekulroj, Published on 23/01/2017

    » When the news broke late last year that TrueVisions -- the largest cable TV service provider in Thailand -- would be cutting off six film and television series channels from their line-up beginning this year, a swathe of the network's subscribers were left in doubt as to the necessity of actually owning a cable TV subscription. After all, with online platforms like Netflix, Iflix, YouTube and even Facebook giving us the ability to access our preferred media content at any place or time of our choosing, many consumers are now given more choices in how they can consume media content than ever before.

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    Gallery VER

    Life, Published on 04/01/2017

    » Along with exhibitions at Bangkok University Gallery, "Mind The Monsoon" by Atit Sornsongkram is another show of the 2016 Brandnew Art Project to continue until Jan 14. A mix between realism and the abstract, Atit creates illusion with photography.

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    THAI GAMER'S fantasy finally comes true

    Life, Kanin Srimaneekulroj, Published on 04/01/2017

    » Recently, gamers all over the world were treated to Final Fantasy XV, the latest feature in the critically acclaimed, long-standing Japanese role-playing franchise. Life also recently published a review of the game, praising it for its wonderfully realised world and characters, both of which were so enjoyable that they overshadowed several of what we felt were the game's glaring flaws.

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    Kathmandu Photo Gallery

    Life, Published on 11/01/2017

    » "A Boy Who Was Kidnapped by Time" is Harit Srikhao's exploration of his own memories and how they intersect with the lives of others. Scenes from a love motel he remembers as a child and a photographic reminiscence of his dead friend combine to convey a sense of loss and everyday mystery.

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