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5 Things You Should Know About Oscars 2017

Awards seasons is approaching its highest points as the Academy Awards is slated next week. Bets, comedy bits, and touching speeches are surely lined-up as the nominees deck themselves in a few designer pieces

A big bite of Asia

Gaggan again tops the list of the best places to eat both at home and in the region.

Caught in an Aussie ‘Trap’

Now London based, the Melbourne rockers make their Bangkok debut

Ancient roots, modern traditions

Rossini's latest wine dinner pairs Gaetano Palumbo's creative Italian cuisine with Tuscany's finest wines

Club Scene

Find good parties in Bangkok.

Asian films on parade

Features from Japan, China and South Korea make their mark at the Berlin Film Festival.

Harvard names Rihanna its humanitarian of the year

Rihanna may be best known as an R&B superstar, but on Wednesday she was named the 2017 Harvard University Humanitarian of the Year for her charity work.

Bowie wins as Brit Awards pay tribute to George Michael

David Bowie posthumously won two Brit awards in an emotional London ceremony which also saw tributes paid to the late George Michael

Gaggan is best restaurant in Asia for third time

Chef Gaggan Anand’s eponymously named Indian restaurant in Bangkok has retained its crown as the best restaurant in Asia for the third year in a row.

Top 10 trends on the New York catwalk

Models wearing Hijabs seemed to have something to say about that muslim travel ban

Politics, parties and protests

There was plenty going on in recent days at London Fashion Week and it certainly wasn't just the amazing clothes

Street neon on stage

Japan sends in two dance troupes as cultural ambassadors

Making tracks to Berlin

Sompot Chidgasornpongse's documentary "Railway Sleepers" receives a warm welcome at one of the most important film festivals

A gift from Salgado

Worn down witnessing war and suffering, the esteemed photographer went looking for hope

You too can be a sculpture

Austrian artist Erwin Wurm turns perceptions upside down in his Bangkok exhibition ‘The Philosophy of Instructions’

A memento that will last

The late French artist Valerie Goutard’s homage to Bangkok goes on permanent public view

Dedicated to diversity

The Esplanade’s annual Chinese Festival of Arts more than lived up to its promise

Will Japan’s creative appeal last?

Industry insiders see poor English and other factors restraining its potential in animation, comics and games

The kids are alright

Villagers glorify their children in a Chinese festival

Coming out of their shells

US dancers help disabled Vietnamese children to communicate through movement