Helping the helpless

Helping the helpless

Having run away from home at the age of nine, scrawny and pint-sized Bank*, now 16, is one of many faceless street children who have hit rock bottom since the first wave of Covid-19 began last year.

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The dangerous extremes of sibling rivalry

Last month, singer Jamila "Mila" Panpinij posted photos on Instagram of herself in the hospital with bandages wrapped around her head and eye. Two years ago, she was hospitalised because her brother had stabbed her in the head, left eye and ear and upper body. After she recovered, she wanted to report the incident to the police but her family did not want the matter in the news. The 27-year-old also alleged her brother used drugs and alcohol and attacked family members several times in the past. However, she decided to report the incident two years later because she wanted justice.

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The dangerous extremes of sibling rivalry
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Hong Kong art events go online for global audience

Art lovers in Thailand can virtually enjoy many events that are running in Hong Kong as the island's dynamic art community is offering hybrid physical and virtual events for people around the world.

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Hong Kong art events go online for global audience
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Harnessing the spirit of the majestic peacock

The mystical and magnificent peacock is the focal theme of "The Colours Of Splendour" collection that will be showcased at Lotus Arts de Vivre's flagship boutique at Anantara Siam Bangkok Hotel, Ratchadamri Road, from Thursday.

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The dangerous extremes of sibling rivalry

Last month, singer Jamila "Mila" Panpinij posted photos on Instagram of herself in the hospital with bandages wrapped around her head and eye. Two years ago, she was hospitalised because her brother had stabbed her in the head, left eye and ear and upper body. After she recovered, she wanted to report the incident to the police but her family did not want the matter in the news. The 27-year-old also alleged her brother used drugs and alcohol and attacked family members several times in the past. However, she decided to report the incident two years later because she wanted justice.

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The dangerous extremes of sibling rivalry
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Helping the helpless

Having run away from home at the age of nine, scrawny and pint-sized Bank*, now 16, is one of many faceless street children who have hit rock bottom since the first wave of Covid-19 began last year.

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Helping the helpless
16 May 2021

British chef Clare Smyth reopens doors after third Michelin star

LONDON: During lockdown, British chef Clare Smyth won the ultimate accolade of three Michelin stars for her London restaurant and she is optimistic for the sector despite the current challenges.

16 May 2021
British chef Clare Smyth reopens doors after third Michelin star
16 May 2021

Eurovision makes Covid-lite return in the Netherlands

ROTTERDAM: The kitschy glamour of Eurovision is back, with the Dutch hosting a scaled-down, coronavirus-safe version this week after the song contest was cancelled last year.

16 May 2021
Eurovision makes Covid-lite return in the Netherlands
14 May 2021

'Friends' cast joined by Bieber, Beckham for May 27 reunion special

LOS ANGELES: "The One Where They Get Back Together" is finally upon us -- and the cast of "Friends" will be joined by famous fans from Justin Bieber to David Beckham, HBO Max announced Thursday.

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'Friends' cast joined by Bieber, Beckham for May 27 reunion special
14 May 2021

Melancholy and absurdity

Chaitanya Tamhane was 27 years old when his breakthrough film Court became a critical sensation and won the Lion of the Future Award at the Venice festival in 2014. A film of understated power about India's Kafkaesque judicial tribulation, Court announced the arrival of an exceptional talent from Mumbai, a proud cinema city usually associated with rambunctious Bollywood titles.

14 May 2021
Melancholy and absurdity
14 May 2021

Serial killings or something more sinister?

Ever since the success of the series Making A Murderer, which ran between 2015-2018, Netflix has kept its foot on the true-crime genre with various cases of serial killers highlighted over the years. Each year, the streaming platform has provided viewers with documentaries like the Ted Bundy Tapes (2019), Don't F**k With Cats (2019), The Ripper (2020), and Night Stalker (2021).

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Serial killings or something more sinister?