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The ride-sharing war now extends to bicycles. 

Open House

The libraries and bookstores leading a revival of the written word. 

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Is this the answer to your rush-hour woes?

Netiwit Chotiphatphaisal, 20, a Political Science student at Chulalongkorn University, was recently elected to become the president of the traditionally conservative university’s student council despite his outspoken political views. 

Having been postponed from May, Bangkok’s first pride parade in over a decade is now scheduled for Nov 27-Dec 3. One of the main organizers of the six-day celebration of diversity is OUT BKK, a non-profit, non-governmental organization that aims to serve the needs of Bangkok’s LGBTIQ+ community. We spoke to founder Paul Heymans and transgender program manager Shane Bhatla about the planning process and the difficulties of being queer in Thailand.

The latest on the power struggle over our sidewalk soup bowls. 

Move over beer yoga. Here's a stand-up new option.