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1. learning | 28 Feb 2010
» As I write this, a Thai soap opera is going on in the background on my non-flat television. A handsome man in a dirtied shirt is staggering and holding a gun. He is clearly distressed - not through any acting talents, ...
2. learning | 17 Jan 2013
Easy English news
» After a House committee hearing, we still don't know why the banned political soap opera Nua Mek 2 was abruptly pulled off the air by Channel 3.
3. learning | 28 May 2012
» Yesterday, the Bangkok Post’s Sunday Brunch magazine featured an interview with Channel 3 soap opera sensation Pakorn “Boy” Chatborirak. Here are some excerpts.
4. learning | 07 May 2011
Easy English news
» Araya "Chompoo" Hargate, who plays Reya in the controvesial soap Doksom Sithong, has strongly defended the production.
5. lifestyle | 17 May 2013
» Not many new faces can make an impressive debut, but 19-year-old Jirayu "James" Tangsrisuk shines as Khun Chai Puttiphat in the Suparbburuth Chutathep period drama series on Channel 3.
6. lifestyle | 12 May 2013
Newspaper section: Brunch
» The 2000 South Korean TV serial Autumn in My Heart, or Gaeul donghwa, was a massive hit, not only at home but also among legions of soap fans here, making the prospect of a Thai adaptation daunting for the series' pr...
7. learning | 30 Jan 2013
» Why do Thai soap operas remain so popular among local viewers from generation to generation? Two top scriptwriters give their views.
8. lifestyle | 01 May 2013
Newspaper section: Life
» Dynamic classical crossover ensemble Viva! will blow you away with their sensational fusion of pop and light opera every Tuesday night throughout May at the L'Appart on the 32rd floor of Sofitel Bangkok Sukhumvit.
9. lifestyle | 16 May 2013
» The audience loved it _ and simply did not shy away from expressing their affection for the legendary musical The Phantom Of The Opera that finally came to town, ending the long wait for the much-loved production.
10. news | 19 May 2013
» Opera houses the world over are scrambling to pay tribute to Richard Wagner, the controversial German composer often referred to as Hitler's favourite, who would have turned 200 this year.