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  • SUPPLEMENTS ONLINEThai Society for the prevention of cruelty to animals (TSPCA)

    30 Jan 2015 : This is one of our special publications which you can view in high definition PDF format.

  • GURU COVER STORYEasy rider

    30 Jan 2015 : Without a doubt, Bangkok is one of the world’s most frustrating cities in which to cycle. We’ve got big buses swooping left to right, motorcycles whizzing past and drivers who act like they’ve never before seen a non-motorised vehicle.

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    Celebrate A MAGNIFIQUE Christmas at Sofitel Bangkok Sukhumvit

    17 Dec 2014 : Make Xmas magical for your family with indulgent dining and vibrant entertainment. With Xmas trees and beautiful festive decorations throughout the hotel, our stylish restaurants and bars are the perfect choice for a truly wonderful Xmas with your loved ones.

  • Xmas @ Vie

    17 Dec 2014 : VIE Xmas Eve Grand Buffet with Carolers (Wed 24 Dec)


    Eclectic Xmas eve dinner & Xmas brunch!

    17 Dec 2014 : Don’t spend your festive season over a hot stove in a busy kitchen when you can leave that to us. Get ready for the first-ever edition of W’s ‘Shine on Xmas Eve Dinner’ on (Wed 24 Dec) 6.00 pm – 10.30 pm at The Kitchen Table. Start the evening with eclectic Xmas delights serving in set menu style. 3-Course Shine On Dinner at Bt3,699 net and Bt1,799 net for kids (11 years and under).

  • Holiday Time: Celebration

    Celebrate Christmas and New Year well at Seasonal Tastes

    17 Dec 2014 : The Christmas and New Year feasts are paradoxically classic and innovative, comprehensive and highly specialized in terms of quality, creativity and freshness at Seasonal Tastes international buffet restaurant at The Westin Grande Sukhumvit, Bangkok Hotel.

  • High scores, flaws and bot wars

    17 Dec 2014 : Nobody knows if Thailand will ever make it to the World Cup final.


    Speedy Grandma

    17 Dec 2014 : Speedy Grandma presents a set of installation works “Wonderful Trash In Bangkok” by artist in residence Ishida Shinya. In this colourful and intricate show, Shinya presents stories through everyday objects that Bangkok viewers might see as familiar and detached at the same time as it is told through a foreigner’s eyes. The visual artist and filmmaker Yuya J. Morimoto will accompany Ishida for a part of the residence, recording Ishida’s process, and is planning to show footage at the exhibition.


    Audience as participant

    17 Dec 2014 : A new exhibition “[-]1: ‘The Great Artist Of Tomorrow Will Go Underground’ — Marcel Duchamp” at Bangkok Art and Culture Centre doesn’t look like it’s ready for public viewing yet. At the opening reception last Friday, some space at the seventh floor gallery was still empty. In some corners, random objects such as tables, wooden panels, a fan and a fishing rod were lying about. I went back again on Sunday only to find a few artists sitting around, as if trying to “start” work on something. They looked almost as lost as I did.

  • Green Day in Hall of Fame

    17 Dec 2014 : Latter-generation punks Green Day won spots in the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame on Tuesday, joining older legends in the band's first year of eligibility.

  • Court upholds condom use in porn films

    16 Dec 2014 : A Los Angeles County ordinance requiring actors in pornographic films to use condoms does not violate the porn industry's First Amendment rights of free expression, a federal appeals court ruled on Monday.

  • World Beat

    Musical treasure in the Garden City

    16 Dec 2014 : A business trip last week saw World Beat in Christchurch, the largest city on New Zealand's South Island. Founded in 1856, Christchurch is the oldest city in New Zealand, and due to its parks and greenery is known as the "Garden City".

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