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Update: Mon, Mar 27 2017    

Chula pays tribute to King Bhumibol at centenary celebrations

HRH Princess Maha Chakri Sirindhorn chaired an event to celebrate the 100th anniversary of Chulalongkorn University and paid a tribute to late HM King Bhumibol Adulyadej on Sunday.

Warning to govt over ‘pro-coal hearings’

One-sided events will spur conflict in south if local voices not heard’, opponents say

Some students study on during the school break

IT ISN’T all play and no work for students during the school break as many join tutoring classes to catch up on tricky subjects and revise what they have learnt in their bids to excel.

Chanachok wins play-off in Rayong for maiden title

RAYONG – Chanahok Dejpiratanamongkol beat Pavit Tangkamolprasert in a play-off to claim his biggest victory after the dramatic final of the Bt2.2 Million Singha Championship at the Rayong Green Valley Country Club on Sunday

Family matters

A five-year-old small theatre troupe stages a heartfelt domestic drama in Bangkok’s old town


Check out art exhibitions you shouldn't miss

Sounds by the sea

Despite negative publicity over the past couple of years, Koh Tao in Surat Thani remains one of the most popular tourist destinations for the young and is likely to draw even more visitors this month as it hosts the Tao International Music & Underwater Festival 2017, which gets underway tomorrow (March 28) and runs through Thursday (March 30).

Driving on air in the elegant E300 Coupe

The Nation’s Kingsley Wijayasinha descends on Barcelona to test-drive this new Mercedes-Benz and is treated to not only stress-free motoring but also a highly comfortable luxury coupe experience

Hats off to the ‘good old boys’

Dead dictators draw Hong Kong art crowds