Cambodian director Rithy Panh's new documentary film pays tribute to and questions the power of image. With a tender, evocative and self-reflective tone, the film is about images that can be shown and that cannot, that should be seen and that should not, that are lost and that are found, that are touchable and that are invisible, that are ethically dubious and that are movingly, irredeemably personal.
Here's another chance to make your lifestyle more environmentally friendly. Visit the "Greener Klong San" fair at Somdet Chaopraya Institute of Psychiatry on May 31 and June 1.
Tang Contemporary Art, the famed gallery that specialises in Chinese and Thai contemporary art, invites you to explore the "Out of Sight" exhibition.It showcases the latest works by five upcoming Chinese artists who were born in the late '70s and early '80s.
Contestants on wooden planks clam up and collect cockles in a mud sea bed at an annual event at Bang Taboon Bay in Phetchaburi's Ban Laem district.
To mark Visakha Bucha Day, which falls on Friday, Seacon Bangkae is hosting an event called "Auspicious Visakha Bucha" at which local Buddhists will be given a rare opportunity to pay respect to relics of the Lord Buddha brought especially from India.
At the 66th Cannes film Festival, off-screen drama attempts to steal the limelight from on-screen offerings. Last Friday, the news of a diamond robbery at a hotel room from which a burglar made off with US$1 million (about 30 million baht) worth of Chopard jewellery astonished (and amused) festival-goers; the crime took pace hours after the screening of Sofia Coppola's The Bling Ring, about brazen heists of celebrity homes.
During a recent weekend, a regular Hua Hin vacationer decided to take Phetkasem Road rather than Rama II Road as usual. Passing Phra Pathom Chedi, his mind turned to having lunch at Ratchaburi's Muang district. Nothing but its famed pork noodles with half a boiled egg as the major temptation.
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Ithought of many different ways to write this Sumanee Guna-Kasem article. But in the end I decided to be as straightforward as possible since honesty is possibly one thing that a woman who has everything, a woman as rich as King Solomon, would appreciate.
From May to October every year, the Gurney's pitta (Pitta gurneyi), one of Thailand's protected wild animals, have their breeding season. Their last remaining habitat in the Kingdom is a small fragment of the last lowland tropical forest in southern Thailand, near the boundary of Khao Pra-Bang Khram Wildlife Sanctuary in Tambon Klong Thom Nua, Khlong Thom district, Krabi.
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