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Captivating combinations

As Chloé in Greek means blooming, the French fashion house with the same name has been blossoming 12 perfumes, based on fragrant flowers and aromatic leaves, for its Atelier des Fleurs collection.

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Captivating combinations
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A new life far from Thailand

Last week, many Thai people joined a new Facebook group titled "Let's Move Abroad" because they have lost hope in the country and are looking for other opportunities.

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A new life far from Thailand
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Reward your loved ones with these tote bags

To celebrate its 30th anniversary, AP (Thailand) is giving away limited edition tote bags featuring outstanding works of art by 30 of the country's leading illustrators during the "AP 30 x 30 You Are My Home" activity.

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Reward your loved ones with these tote bags
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Disappearing lifeline

The Thai Red Cross Society is urging the public to donate blood as supplies run low due to fear and Covid-19 restrictions.

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Disappearing lifeline
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Virtual run aims to save the hornbills

Hornbill lovers and running enthusiasts are invited to join the "Save Hornbill Run", a virtual run that is accepting applications until July 25.

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Virtual run aims to save the hornbills
10 May 2021

An underwater friendship

My Octopus Teacher recently won the Best Documentary category at the Academy Awards, which may be a huge surprise for many. This story of a man and his unlikely friendship with an octopus in the cold ocean off Cape Town, South Africa triumphed over other heavy hitters this year like Alexander Nanau's Collective, a shocking exposé of needless deaths in Romania; Time, a film about a wife fighting for the release of her husband who was jailed for 60 years; or Crip Camp, an Obama-produced story about the battle for disability rights in the US. But for whatever reason, My Octopus Teacher was seen by critics as the type of underdog story the Oscars love. However, was the film really that great? Well, not really.

10 May 2021
An underwater friendship
10 May 2021

Exhibition examines the science and art of relationships

A collection of paintings that inspires a sense of joy and optimism will be exhibited during "Fragrant City" at Tang Contemporary Art from May 20 to June 13.

10 May 2021
Exhibition examines the science and art of relationships
10 May 2021

History seen through a photographer's eye

Captivating and appalling moments in history are recounted in a one-of-a-kind fashion during "365° (365 degrees)", which will be running at River City Bangkok for three months from Saturday to Aug 15.

10 May 2021
History seen through  a photographer's eye
10 May 2021

Joy amid hardship

Rusty tin shacks sprawl under high-rises and billboards. Rubbish scatters and floats down the foul-smelling river. Last year, fire broke out near a local mosque. With the third wave of the coronavirus outbreak, the Klong Toey neighbourhood is hanging by a thread.

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Joy amid hardship
10 May 2021

Putting safety first

Phiangkwan Phanthumphan, a fourth-year student at the Faculty of Architecture, Kasetsart University, blindfolded herself and held a cane while carefully walking down the stairs. Even with a cane, she was worried about her safety since the stairs were not designed for the visually impaired.

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Putting safety first