After 11 days of hits and misses, of expectations fulfilled and dashed, the 66th Cannes Film Festival will announce the Palme d'Or winner on Sunday.
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Greetings from Priceless Sydney, in the glorious island nation of Australia. That's right, dear reader. None of the parochial cheap digs at Thai culture that normally pepper this column, as your correspondent writes from his salubrious hotel room in the heart of Priceless Sydney.
Tana "Bom" Eamniyom has become a familiar face, having appeared in many music videos and a Channel 3 drama. But Bom is set to become a household name when he appears as Ad Carabao, aka Yuenyong Opakul, the bandleader, guitarist, vocalist and songwriter of the legendary rock band Carabao in Young 'Bao Carabao The Movie, which opens on Thursday.
Jesse Eisenberg is not the trickster type. When asked if he would use the skills he learned while researching his role as a magician in Now You See Me to pick up women in bars, Eisenberg demurs.
The great variety offered by Thai cuisine is not limited to the number of different dishes, but can also be seen in the broad range of restaurants and shops where Thai food is served. They differ not only in the kind of food listed on their menus, but also in their mood and atmosphere.
Cats are usually the neatest of animals. Before they defecate, they dig up some ground so that they can bury it afterwards. But a stray cat is posing a problem to Ms Gekimm, who wrote: "I need to ask you if a cat's droppings will harm my potted plants and how to keep the cat away. A stray cat has been doing its job on my rather big pot. I have applied vinegar trying to rid the scent so he/she will not come back, with no success. I used to put out Clorox in London, but I am afraid it will kill my plants. Can you advise me please?"
This Vicheanmas gave birth to three black kittens. The mother is very friendly and we hope to find people who like black cats to adopt the kittens.
Angkor Wat and the surrounding temples are among mankind's most mystical and beautiful feats of architecture and sculpture. Beyond the passage of kings and the flows and ebbs of invasions, however, little is known of their creation and the daily life of the people at the time. While many modern-day Cambodians and visitors alike are moved by the remaining monuments and artistic beauty, not much has been written of their historical context.
Thai art took centre stage at the recent charity auction organised at the Dusit Thani Hotel Bangkok by the Thai Maternal and Child Health Network under the royal patronage of HRH Princess Srirasm.
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