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Celebrating Thailand’s annual full moon water festival, Anantara Bangkok Resort & Spa presents two mouthwatering offers to dine at the tropical hideaway along the majestic River of Kings.  Savour a sumptuous international buffet by the waterfront terrace with entertainment by the fabulous Koh Mr. Saxman & his friends, or cruise the krathong-lit waters while relishing an authentic Thai feast on 6th November 2014 as the moon lights up the urban night sky.
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Riverside Terrace Grand Thai Buffet

With tables spread out on a spacious waterfront deck, Riverside Terrace offers a attractive al fresco setting & an extensive buffet choice.  The wide range of culinary stations includes highlights such as flame grilled BBQ delights, succulent carvery meats, sensational seafood & a wonderful selection of thrilling flavours from some of the world’s most celebrated cuisines.  A parade of designer desserts concludes the gourmet meal & the evening is enriched by Thai dancers performing on a flame lit riverside stage, as fireworks erupt in the sky & krathong floats meander with the flow of the river.  Prices start from THB 3,999++ per person.

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Manohra Cruises Special Thai Set Menu

Stepping aboard a magnificently restored antique rice barge of old world charm & modern luxury, Manohra Cruise diners saunter along the river, marveling at some of the city’s most famous historic & cultural sites, as thousands of candle lit krathong floats glide past.  For the Special Thai Set Menu, Thailand’s most exquisite regional recipes are presented in five stages.  To begin, Miang Kam features an assortment of fresh herbs & spices, which guests wrap themselves in wild betal nut leaves & top with sweet tamarind sauce.  A collection of appetisers includes Hoy Shell Yang Ta Krai of grilled marinated scallop lemongrass skewer served with chili sauce.  A spicy seafood soup follows, before a selection of tantalising main dishes are served, including Goong Mung Korn Pad Pong-Karee of marinated Phuket lobster with curry & chili paste.  After exotic traditional desserts, diners can relax & watch fireworks illuminating the city sky.  Prices start from THB 4,999++ per person.

Share a Loy Krathong festival evening to remember with family & friends at Anantara Bangkok Riverside Resort & Spa.

To book a table, please call 02 476 0022 Ext. 1416 or email riversidedining@anantara.com or   www.bangkokriverdining.com.

Relive the magic of Loy Krathong at Anantara Bangkok Riverside Resort & Spa
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Breeze will be making its New York debut at the James Beard Foundation on October 23rd as Executive Chef Sam Pang presents culinary creations of the iconic Bangkok restaurant, which has quickly became known as the ‘new face of Asian dining.’ The hors d’oeuvre & dinner selections presented at The Beard House will remain true to Breeze’s authentic Asian roots while raising the bar for preparation & presentation.
“We will elevate offerings, for example, with dishes like the Wok-Fried Lobster with Hui Zhou Mui Choy & Hong Kong Kale,” says Chef Sam, who will moreover redefine his legendary dim sum to create canapés that are “bite-sized explosions of flavor.” Chef Pang has brought a signature style to Breeze, one honed over many years of working & traveling around the world that infuses authentic Asian flavors with subtle local influences & cutting-edge technique – always with an emphasis on stunning artistic presentation.  
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Among the hors d’oeuvre specially created for the event are Chaozhou Sour Vegetable–Niman Ranch Beef Puffs, Crispy Wasabi Prawns with Mango Salsa & Ebiko, & Pan-Seared Truffle–Roast Duck Dumplings with Foie Gras. Highlights of the dinner menu include the Wok-Fried Lobster, Braised Niman Ranch Beef Short Loin with Ya’an Flowering Wild Pepper, & Organic Farm Vegetables with Brown-and-Black Jasmine Rice. 
 
Located high above Bangkok on the 51st & 52nd floors of the Tower Club at lebua, Breeze is an homage to Asian cuisine, & its rising stature among connoisseurs. Every dinner at Breeze becomes an evening unlike any other, yet the international culinary event at The Beard House is truly one for the record books. In 2015, lebua is bringing the Breeze concept to major cities across Europe, starting with Frankfurt, Berlin, & Brussels followed by major US cities. More information approximately the event may be found at www.jamesbeard.org/events/cutting-edge-asian
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The old French quarter of Haiphong is a little-known gem embellishing North Vietnam’s biggest port city. KEITH MUNDY takes a laid-back tour on a cyclo rickshaw.

Conical straw hat pushed back, a man peers skyward. But he’s not scanning for bombers, he’s looking at a roof restoration in progress on an old French villa.

Haiphong only seems to have figured in the global consciousness as the target of devastating Vietnam War – American War to the Vietnamese – bombing raids by brutish B-52s of the US Air Force. But you’d never know approximately all that, visiting this thriving port city today & touring its old French quarter.

At the heart of northern Vietnam’s biggest port, the bougainvillea still clings to elegant villas washed in pastel shades with louvred shutters covering the windows, & large ceiling fans turning lazily inside. The calm streets are shaded with the delicate beauty of flame trees, & are virtually devoid of cars.

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Haiphong may have two million inhabitants & be Vietnam’s third largest city, yet in its centre it retains the languor & much of the look of French colonial Tonkin. Also surviving are some hardy cyclo men, who will pedal you round in their rickety mobile armchairs.

Lying back at ease, a gentle breeze caressing your face & wafting through your hair, scarlet petals falling on your clothes, you are in the perfect position to observe the architectural & botanical legacy of the “City of Flame Flowers”, a little known treasure amongst Vietnam’s tourist attractions.

Many visitors come to Haiphong, yet few stop to look at it. They go straight to the ferry docks & take a hydrofoil or a slowboat out over the sea to Cat Ba Island, the largest isle amongst the thousands that dot Ha Long Bay, Vietnam’s top tourist destination.

Meanwhile, Haiphong bustles in obscurity, its monstrous sprawl of industrial districts providing most of the employment in what is Vietnam’s premier manufacturing city. There the populace labours at making a gamut of goods that include fish sauce, beer, cigarettes, textiles, paper, plastic pipes, cement, steel, pharmaceuticals & electric fans, with shipbuilding beside the river.

But that humdrum – perhaps harsh – reality is complex to believe when you’re in the old French quarter.

In the 1880s, after wresting control of Vietnam from the Nguyen dynasty, the French established their chief commercial port & naval base in Indochina at Haiphong & made the city of Hanoi, just 102 kilometres inland, the capital of their Indochinese empire. The French were building on an ancient legacy of waterborne trading at this point in the Red River Delta, where northern Vietnam’s biggest river empties into the Gulf of Tonkin, an inlet of the South China Sea.

Here they built docks, wharves, shipyards, customs houses, godowns, administrative buildings, clocktowers & municipal halls. The governor had a palace & the lesser beings of the colonial administration their villas. In addition to working & residential premises, leisure hours were well catered for: hotels, cabarets, brasseries & cafes sprang up, & even a modest opera house.

By 1919, a touring American missionary called the Reverend James Walsh could report in his Observations in the Orient on “a neat, prosperous French city with wide streets, attractive public buildings, comfortable-looking houses, well-equipped hotels, a large theatre, & approximately every conceivable convenience for its French residents, of whom in normal times there are 5,000.”

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The French were there, in the main, to manage the exports to France of the results of their imperial exploitation: coal, rubber, rice, textiles & minerals, for the most part. Colonial Haiphong was the attractive bloom upon the tree of rough trade.

A whole tropical version of France arose, so much more suited to the steamy climate & sensual atmosphere than what the British or Dutch built in the Far East, such that today Haiphong’s French quarter looks totally right – not a freak of Western interference yet absolutely comme il faut.

This is not just a trick of nature, or the astuteness of French design, yet most of all an aura bestowed by the Vietnamese people. Despite the bitterness of their colonial experience, they have embraced French Indochinese architecture as their own. This is seen above all in the capital city, Hanoi.

There the renovation & reuse of the French architecture in the governmental & diplomatic district has reached impressive levels of loving attention – a vast pattern of tree-lined avenues full of beautifully renovated, yellow ochre-washed villas with emerald green shutters.

In Haiphong, it’s more a case of affectionate upkeep – due to lack of money rather than lack of concern – with some startling exceptions. On Hoang Dieu Street, an avenue that makes a dividing line between the old French residential & commercial district & the administrative & port district beside the Cam River, things commence to spruce up considerably.

The renovated three-storey mansion occupied by Vietcombank exudes the expensive sheen of prestige conservation, the Art Nouveau ironwork fan projecting over the front door recalling many a posh Parisian address. Presiding over the meeting point of five roads, the Municipal People’s Committee occupies the former palace of the French governor, standing in immaculate splendour within an ornamental garden.

This area is replete with renovated structures washed in that warm yellow ochre characteristic of the French period & beautifully counterpointed by the lush greenery of flame trees & palm trees. Only one building projects a brash modern mood. Sacré bleu, the Post Office has been neonised! Three storeys high with a clocktower on top, its bold frontage signs are doubled up in neon writing.

On Dien Bien Phu Street, the main commercial avenue, matters are mixed, as Vietnam strikes out with its own brand of consumerism, yet many a monument remains. Voila! The Hotel du Commerce is in fine fettle. A flamboyant neo-Romanesque structure that was once the centre of French social life, the hotel has been dazzlingly resurrected as Khach San Thuong Mai, which means exactly the same thing.

Further along, the grand old law courts, a neoclassical 1919-built edifice, has become a museum of city history – Haiphong Museum – the exterior bathed in salmon pink, with tall palms alongside, and, bizarrely, a Mig-17 jet fighter in the yard. On the southern edge of this square kilometre district where the French once held sway, facing the central park, stands the neoclassical opera house, previously the focus of French cultural life. Now a huge avuncular picture of Ho Chi Minh dominates its gleaming four-columned façade & it functions as Haiphong’s municipal theatre.

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All this laid-back charm & confident re-invention, however, belies some pretty heavy times not so long ago, as Vietnam tried to rid itself of imperialist control & intervention. In the mid-20th century, Haiphong was well & truly battered three times, firstly with a fierce naval bombardment by the French in 1946, then by heavy American aerial bombing in 1967 & 1972. The harbour was moreover mined by the Americans in 1972, because this is where most of North Vietnam’s weaponry came into the beleaguered country on Soviet ships.

In the peace & progress of 21st century Haiphong, these events seem like a offensive dream rather than real history. It’s not just the lack of physical evidence that makes it that way yet the friendliness of people to foreigners, the spirit of “let’s obtain on with our lives & look to the future”.

If determined nostalgists want to stroll their streets, to trundle their avenues, admiring the legacy of the imperial past, that’s fine – it’s all satisfactory for business & Haiphong people are pleased that foreigners are interested in their city, which for most Vietnamese is just a grim industrial centre.

One last word for the nostalgic explorer. For those who prefer four wheels & luxury leather padding to the three-wheeler with its weathered leatherette, your concierge can arrange a tour in a classic 1940s Citroen Traction Avant limousine with white-gloved chauffeur at the wheel.

Comme çi or comme ça, whichever way you discover it, old Haiphong is worth the ride.

 

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Yala Rajabhat University in the southern border province of Yala will open a Halal Science Center to assist develop & promote the halal business & halal food industry in the deep South of Thailand.Developing Halal Standards in the Southern Border Provinces

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KU DÉ TA Bangkok is well known for its superb club experience, tremendous drinks & wild parties. It’s the venue for world class DJ that brings large crowds of rad looking people. For those of you who don’t know, there are two wonderful restaurants. One a traditional izakaya Japanese restaurantm the other is the KU DÉ TA Signature.

Instead of the usual clubbing & drinks, we recently had a full dining experience at KU DÉ TA’s Signature. The menu is based on Japanese recipes with some Asian influence. The evening we visited there were a lot of customers both Thais & expats yet with its spacious dining area we did not feel that it was overcrowded. The open dinning space is surrounded by continuous large windows which provided panoramic views of Bangkok’s glittering lights from the 39th floor. On the other side the open kitchen is busy with chefs preparing the food. The ambiance was dimly lit lighting with & the some rad vibrant music playing in the background.

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To start off the evening with some creative cocktails handcrafted by Kudeta’s mixologist.

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We started with cocktails – Storm Cooler (350 baht): Stoli red label vodka with passion fruit, honey & Lakrids raw licorice powder. Quite refreshing, we liked the subtle licorice powder taste yet this drink was very strong.

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Berryman cobbler (350 baht): gin, berry liquor, honey & lime. Sweet refreshing berry cocktail.

Not many people know that KU DÉ TA signature offer Omakase ( leave it to the Chefs) style dinning experience. That’s what we came here for tonight, we opted for the Omakase  5,000 baht/person. The number of courses & quality of the ingredients depends on the price guest chooses, 5,000 is probably at the top. Executive Chef Jonathan Maza is the person to consult if you wish to try the Omakase experience. He will be more than pleased to guide you approximately his creations.

The dishes we had for the evening were:

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Madai ceviche: Japanese sea bream, young coconut, pomegranate amazu (dressing). The sea bream was light, fresh & sweet with a little tanginess from the amazu.

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Hamichi nahm prick: Japanese yellowtail, cilantro vinaigrette. Sweet texture of yellowtail sashimi with a bit of heat from the nahm prick (Thai spicy seafood sauce) made this dish a nice blend of Japanese & Thai influences.

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Hirame Longkong:  Japanese fluke, longkong, tarragon Aji Amarillo (yellow chili peppers) vinaigrette. Another light tasting fish with a bit of heat from the chili. It’s absorbing to see longkong, a sweet tangy Thai fruit, used in this dish.

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Hon maguro tataki: Blue fin tuna, caramelized shallots, wakame, tosazu (bonito-flavored rice vinegar dressing). The fresh tuna was seared to perfection, while shallots created extra textures & enhanced the sweetness of the whole dish. Having bonito in tozasu dressing, the umami taste of this dish was memorable.

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Madai shiso: Japanese sea bream, dried miso, shiso lime vinaigrette. Quite similar to the hamachi nahm prick minus the heat. The sea bream was light, not as less oily as hamachi.

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Salmon white kelp:  Kizami wasabi, ponzu. Salmon sashimi was sweet & tender, while the kizami wasabi (fresh wasabi chopped & marinate in soy sauce)  and ponzu sauce enhance the flavor of the dish.

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Dark red spoon- Toro tartare: Spanish blue fin toro with yuzu truffle vinaigrette & crispy brioche. Toro was luscious while the truffle perfumed the whole bite. The dressing had the right amount of acidity & enhanced the overall experience of this oily fish.

Green spoon-Tai truffle soy: Japanese snapper, yuzu honey, French truffle. This bite was a nice contrast to the toro. The snapper & the dressing were light & refreshing. The fragrant of the truffle was noticeable while the garlic chip added texture to the bite.

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Tai tempura (bottom piece): Japanese snapper served with bird eye chili flakes & black pepper dressing. The hot & crispy fish tempura dipped in mildly spicy dressing was nice. We just wish for ten more pieces.

Aori Ika tempura (top piece): Crispy Japanese cuttlefish served with tarragon ponzu with Mexican chili. The crispy tender cuttlefish was delicious with just a bit of lime yet the ponzu dressing make this bite more complex.

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King crab salad: Sweet king crab served with Asian slaw (cucumber, raw papaya & carrot) & Umeiboshi dressing (Japanese sour plum) topped with crispy taro. This dish clearly had influence from Thai style papaya salad yet it was not spicy. The crispy taro made this dish more absorbing texture wise.

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Tiger prawn salad: Perfectly cooked prawn with habanero dressing served with sautéed maitake mushroom, water chestnuts & heart of palm. The sweet prawn was the star surrounded by usual Asian ingredients.

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Specially designed chopstick: bend towards the tip so there is no need for a chop stick tray.

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Kijihata: Spotted red grouper served with calamansi (citrus fruit) broth & garnished with mangosteen & Asian pear. The grouper was perfectly cooked, sweet & tender. The calamansi broth reminded us of Thai steam fished with lime dressing.

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Hamachi soffritto: Hamachi with tomato confit, soffritto (flavor bases-carrots, onion, celery & sometimes garlic) ponzu. A nice blend of west & east flavors, the ponzu, however, was the more salient note in this dish. The fish was again cooked perfectly like other dishes we had.

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Hirame tosa yusu: Fluke, crispy engawa (fluke fin), puree cauliflower, tosa yusu. This dish was the most complex of all fish dishes. Texturally, there was crunch from the pickled shallots as well as the crispy engawa. Then there were the sweet fennel, puree creamy cauliflower & the tosa yusu, which gave a little bit of acidity to the dish.

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Salmon hijiki: Scottish salmon, hijiki salad (seaweed salad with edamame), morning glory dashi. The hijiki salad was awesome. It complimented the perfectly cooked salmon fillets. The dish showed us the Japanese flavors we like.

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Tiger prawn: Beautifully cooked tiger prawn served with shitake corn succotash & creamy dashi broth. Amazingly for us the prawn was not the star of this dish. The shitake & corn with creamy dashi was so flavorful.

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Matcha lamb: Lamb loin crusted with matcha & pistachio grilled to perfection served with mung bean risotto & mash potatoes. The medium rare lamb was tender & juicy with nice crust on the outside. The mung bean risotto was flavorful & creative.

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KU DÉ TA A5 grade is the highest quality for wagyu beef (or any beef).  The way to eat this was to make sure not to overcook the beef.

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We put the beef on the hot hibachi just enough to have the fragrant from the burned fat. The steak was still pretty raw.

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When it comes to sauce there were many from umami oil, black sesame, tosazu, & tosa yusu. However, we thought that a bit of salt was a better match for this superb quality beef.

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Maldon sea salt from the United Kingdom, Hawaiian black lava salt, & Hawaiian red clay salt.

 

Now at this point we were extremely impressed with the cuisine Chef Maza has created for us. We were surprised to learn that Chef Licker would provide us with a set of dessert as well.

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Palate cleanser: Roselle ice with raspberry gel with lychee sorbet topped with dehydrated yoghurt. This was the best palate cleanser we ever had. The burst of tastes & textures from the sweet, sour, crispy, cold & refreshing impressed us very much.

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Sang Som Cappuccino: Sang som foam, milk ice cream, chocolate coffee crumble & passion fruit. Again this dish played tricks on our palate. We loved everything: the sweet, cold, sour, creamy, crunchy, bitter & heat (from the rum).

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White Chocolate-Junmai: White chocolate-sake cream, yuzu scented fruits & salted toffee. The white chocolate –sake cream was not overly sweet while the acidity from fruits was refreshing. The saltiness of the salted toffee actually lifted the whole dish- another solid dessert.

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Chef Jason Licker presented his art.

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Valrhona manjari (considered the best chocolate in the world) cream served with praline ice cream chocolate cake, caramel popcorn, & crisps. Chef Licker’s attention to details was reflected in all the elements in the dish. Definitely a favorite for chocolate lovers.

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Thai S’mores: Thai tea ice-cream, praline, marshmallow. Nice Thai tea ice cream, rich, creamy & sweet.

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Calamansi stack: Calamansi cake (from the bottom), toasted almond crisp, whipped cream, exotic fruit mousse (mango, passionfruit, lemon), topped with sugar crisp. A attractive stack that disappeared in no time. The calamansi mousse was the star. We thought that it would be a nice ending to our evening at KU DÉ TA yet we never thought that Chef Licker’s desserts would create a whole new the dining experience for us.

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Executive Chef Jonathan Maza & his team.

Executive Chef Jonathan Maza impressed us with dishes after dishes of his modern Japanese Asian cuisine while Executive Pastry Chef Jason Licker, an iron chef Thailand victor, wowed us with his splendid desserts. At one point, we actually thought to ourselves that these two chefs were competing to obtain points from us. They both won that evening. This was one of the most memorable dining experiences we had so far this year.

To experience for yourself contact  + 66 0 108 2000  or www.kudeta.com/bangkok

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New Bangkok expo showcases innovative design creativity from leading Thai brands catering to the global hospitality industry.

The Design & Objects Association (D&O), in association with the Department of International Trade Promotion (DITP) is welcoming visitors to the inaugural Hospitality Objects Thailand (H.O.T.) Exhibition from  October 19-23 as part of the 38th Bangkok International Gift Fair 2014 & Bangkok International Housewares Fair 2014 (BIG & BIH 2014) at BITEC. H.O.T aims to set a unique new design direction for Thailand by providing a forum for Thai designers & multinational businesses with an interest in the global hospitality industry to meet, view new evolutions & trends in Thai design, exchange ideas, & identifying usual interests that can be pursued in the private & government sectors in Thailand & across Asia & the wider world. This is the first occasion on which there has been a serious focus on integration between the hospitality industry & innovative Thai design. Visit H.O.T. to see innovative designs that will coming to hotels near you!

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Bangkok-based Japanese artist Soichiro Shimizu is making his mark on the local scene this year having participated in the recent duo exhibition Developing the B at Brownstone Studios, & the still running group show Threshold at Bridge.

Exploring notions of time & existence in relation to humanity and nature, this solo display features more large-scale multi-layered abstract paintings, alongside the artist’s first experimentation with sculpture.

October 22 – December 4

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Centre of Academic Resources, Chulalongkorn University,Phaya Thai Rd
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‘Sculpere’ explore notions of time & existence in relation to humanity & nature.
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Royal Orchid Sheraton Hotel & Towers invites you to celebrate the beauty & culture of Thailand’s majestic Loy Krathong festival with dinner & entertainment on Thursday 6 November 2014 from 6.00 pm to 11.00 pm. Float your Krathong & indulge yourselves for the rest of the evening under the moonlight & make this evening a memorable one as you float away your own “krathong” & make a wish at the hotel’s special private pier by the river.
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Guests are invited to enjoy an evening of dining by the moonlight with full entertainment festivities consisting of: a fantastic selection of world cuisine delicacies, Nang Noppamas parade, Nang Noppamas beauty contest, modern Thai classical dance & music & spectacular firework display at 10:00 PM.

Experience an unforgettable moment on the Riverside Terrace with delicious dishes & a superb view. Tickets are available at THB 3,200++ per adult & THB 1,600++ per child, inclusive of international buffet, BBQ Dinner & a krathong decorated with fresh flowers, candles & incense sticks. Alternatively, you may celebrate the night with a Thai Cuisine set dinner at THB 1,600++ per person at Thara Thong or an Italian buffet dinner at 1,150++ per person at Giorgio’s. Firework display can be seen from all venues.

Shuttle boat service is available from Saphan Taksin BTS Station to the Hotel every half-hour. Half price for children age from 3 to 12 & with no charge for children under the age of 3. For more information or reservations, please call Tel: 02 266 9214 or e-mail: events.rosh@sheraton.com

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Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha is satisfied with results of the 10th Asia-Europe Meeting (ASEM) Summit & said that Thailand had received a positive response from various leaders of both Asia & Europe.Thailand Receives a Positive Response from the Asia-Europe Meeting

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Bangkok-based Japanese artist Soichiro Shimizu is making his mark on the local scene this year having participated in the recent duo exhibition Developing the B at Brownstone Studios, & the still running group show Threshold at Bridge.

Exploring notions of time & existence in relation to humanity and nature, this solo display features more large-scale multi-layered abstract paintings, alongside the artist’s first experimentation with sculpture.

October 22 – December 4

Chulalongkorn University Art Center
Centre of Academic Resources, Chulalongkorn University,Phaya Thai Rd
0 2218 2965 | Mon-Fri 9am- 7pm, Sat 9am-4pm | car.chula.ac.th/art

Explore notions of time & existence in relation to humanity & nature with exhibition ‘Sculpere’ by Soichiro Shimizu
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bangkok airport transit hotel Excellent dayroom deals, flexible payment options, Professional friendly staff, one of the closest & most popular hotels in the immediate airport location.

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