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Fun goes green at this weekend’s Chang Carnival

Published January 16, 2019 by SoClaimon

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Fun goes green at this weekend’s Chang Carnival

event January 16, 2019 01:00

By The Nation

Get ready to have fun this weekend at the new “Chang Carnival Presents the Green World” lifestyle festival taking place on Friday and Saturday at The Ocean Khao Yai.

Sponsored by Kbank on the theme “Safari Campfire”, the festival bring together the best electronic music, modern art and magnificent dance shows, while also offering various exotic lifestyle experiences such as a dreamcatcher making workshop, animal face painting and more.

All participants are encouraged to let themselves go at the stage that best matches their tastes. The Green World Stage will host DJs Ben Nicky, Dannic and Nitti Gritti; the Bonfire Stage designed by local artist Kob Kor Bor Vor will feature EDM specialists; while Thailand’s Greasy Cafe, Sqweez Animals and Phum Viphumrit play live on the Forest Live Stage.

The ESan Smile Stage brings together entertainers from Isaan with traditional songs and performances.

Tickets costing from Bt1,800 to Bt4,000 are now on sale at http://www.TheGreenWorld.com . Special packages are available for VIP Groups.

Find out more at Facebook.com/TheGreenWorld or Line ID @thegreenworld.

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Kids’ day out

Published January 12, 2019 by SoClaimon

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Kids’ day out

event January 09, 2019 15:34

By The Nation

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Inspire the artistic soul of your kids this Children’s Day by taking them along to the “Kid Art Camp” being organised by Central Embassy and Bangkok Art Biennale this weekend.

The event, which is free, will see BAB artists helping the little ones to create their own masterpiece by painting, sculpturing, drawing, crafting, and many more!

“House for Charity” meanwhile lets the children craft their own creativity by freely painting on three white wooden houses, which will be donated to schools and the “Million Gift Million Smile” charity for public use.

The “DIY Drawstring Backpack (level G)” encourages your kids to use fewer plastic bags and invite them to draw, paint or decorate backpacks in any style and take them home at the end of the day. The activity is limited to 300 backpacks so get there early.

Kids can also enjoy singing and dancing performances by young talents from the World Star Academy at 2pm, 4pm, and 6pm as well as special entertainment like juggling from 11am to 5pm. Plus, of course, there’s free ice cream from Stickhouse for the first 500 kids taking part in the event. who participates at the event.

Eathai offers three special lunch box sets for kids of grilled pork skewer, fried chicken wings and pork satay for Bt250 a set. You also get to take home the lunch boxes.

For more information, call (02) 160 5995 and Line: @eathaibycentral or check out http://www.facebook.com/centralembassy and http://www.centralembassy.com.

Teaching kids to “Love the Earth”

Published January 9, 2019 by SoClaimon

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Teaching kids to “Love the Earth”

event January 07, 2019 09:00

By The Nation

More than 700 young people were made aware of the environmental impact of plastic pollution and the benefits of waste separation at General Motors Thailand’s activity “Love The Earth School Visit” held recently at Wat Ampawa school, 24 kilometres from the company’s energy saving and environment protection awardwinning manufacturing facility in Rayong.

“Love The Earth School Visit” aims to educate students and teachers about environmental issues, including plastic pollution and waste segregation.

“This project reflects GM Thailand’s continuous commitment to protecting the environment and serving and improving the communities in which we operate,” said Amnat Saengjan, vice president of manufacturing of General Motors (Thailand).

“The ‘Love The Earth School Visit’ is one of the many activities we have organised over the last year, including the ‘Mangrove Replanting’ and ‘Walk Run for Earth’ to celebrate World Environment Day on June 5’,” he added.

Additionally, GM Thailand employees also performed in a role play to educate students about waste separation in a fun and creative way, ending with games and giveaways.

GM Thailand’s Rayong facility was recognised for its outstanding efforts in environment conservation at the Prime Minister’s Industry Award of 2018. It was one of only four manufacturing facilities in Thailand to be honoured in its category and one of two automotive companies to receive this award in 2018.

Top Hong Kong designs on sale at Amarin

Published January 9, 2019 by SoClaimon

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Top Hong Kong designs on sale at Amarin

event January 07, 2019 09:00

By The Nation

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The Gift Festival at Bangkok’s Amarin Plaza ends today (Monday), so it’s your last chance to grab some terrific items made by Hong Kong designers and wrap them up for loved ones.

HKTDC DG Studio, which represents HKTDC Design Gallery across Southeast Asia, has selected innovative, top quality lifestyle products including electronics, appliances, home décor, timepieces, desktop stationery, jewellery and fashion accessories. They’re on sale in Thailand, Malaysia, Hong Kong and the Chinese mainland.

FOR DAD

A wristwatch is always a gentleman’s best accessory. Get a chance to thank your dad for his hard work throughout the year with Infantry wristwatch that goes for both sophisticated city style and challenging outdoor adventure. Each wristwatch model is a masterpiece of boldness and innovation, fundamentally combining with highend durable material, epitomising the perfect match of traditional watchmaking technique and advanced technology. Other cool wristwatches for cool dads include IMME, NSquare and HID Watch.

 

FOR MUM

Show your mom some love with Team Green’s 3D wooden puzzle. The delicate puzzle piece makes a good decoration for home and putting them together can create a bonding moment within the family. A team of designers at Team Green is dedicated to producing environmentally appropriate products that incorporate fine design with FSC certified material to ensure a sustainable world. Once plugged in via USB port, the 3D wooden puzzle will produce music and motion to entertain everyone. Let the magic begin as you build them piece by piece.

Other gift ideas for moms include ArtiArt’s suction mug, TopChoice, Zaci, CardHoda’s card protector wallets and Hoobbe’s kitchenware.

 

FOR BROTHER

Surprise your brother with the action figures from Soap Studio. The newest collection in collaboration with a famous Hong Kong artist, b.wing, features Justice League characters like Batman, Joker, and Wonder Wonder Women, and Transformers models.

 

FOR SISTER

For sociallover sisters, smartphone becomes almost a part of their body. HYone’s Chic Crystal Ring prevents phone from dropping with easy holding ring and reusable sticker gel. It comes in three colour; gold, rose gold, and black and is subtly decorated with Swarovski element.

 

FOR YOU

Although this is the season of giving but there’s no need to feel guilty spoiling yourself with a cool design bag. SiliBAG is a silicone fashion tote bag produced. The multipurpose bags are widely popular in the UK, Spain, Germany, and are being sold at the Van Gogh Museum in the Netherlands due to its high artistic design and unique materials.

Everyday is children’s day at OneSiam

Published January 6, 2019 by SoClaimon

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Everyday is children’s day at OneSiam

event January 04, 2019 15:00

By The Nation

Siam Paragon, Siam Center, and Siam Discovery celebrate National Children’s Day in style with fun activities and special gifts galore in the upcoming “OneSiam Amazing Kids Dream”, which runs from January 9 to 13.

Parc Paragon has been reimagined with pirate ships, and to celebrate Lego’s 60th anniversary features an enormous pirate ship standing 7 metres tall and 11 metres wide as well as a vibrant parade that will march to all three department stores.

Lego fans can witness the never-before-seen phenomenon of creativity as Thailand’s top model builders reinvent the building blocks on the theme of ‘Thai temple fairs and traditional Thai theatres by curating 12 installations using more than 500,000 individual pieces. The installations will feature water canons, food vendors; an open-air theatre; folklore theatre performances; darts and fishing games; a haunted house; a Ramwong folk dance performance; sand temples; a Ferris wheel; a dunk tank, hopscotch, and a traditional Thai horse race.

Kids are welcome to build their own Lego pieces and stand to take home one of the 4 limited-edition Lego series that will be given away over four days (2,000 models each day).

At Hall of Fame, M Floor, Siam Commercial Bank (SCB) is also getting ready for Children’s Day with activities on the theme “Kindhearted, yet Innovative”, inviting kids to engage in charity work, handcraft “Pun Sook” dolls for distribution to paediatric patients, and donate to the Children’s Hospital Foundation. The children also get to have fun exploring their creative side by learning about technology and environmental conservation by designing motion pictures using interactive touch screens, and take part in eco-friendly and DIY-styled activities including creating recyclable bottles and hand-painting cups fashioned from re-used plastic material.

Siam Center is making dreams come true for QPosket fans by bringing premium Disney collectibles to the first ever pop-up store at Idea Avenue. It will feature such beloved characters as Ariel, Rapunzel, Sofia, Aurora, Elsa, and Snow White all of them happy to be photographed with young visitors.

Exclusively on Children’s Day –January 12 –first 100 children under the age of 12 who visit the pop-up store will be given a free Ralph Breaks the Internet figure (valued at Bt590).

Siam Discovery The Exploratorium invites youngsters to the Dinosaur Maze Adventure at Discovery Plaza where they can roam and search for different types of dinosaurs hidden in the maze, and escape from the T-rex in limited time. Other activities include various workshops including uncovering dinosaur fossils and young dinosaurs and the process of forming fossils.

Ode to an iconic bag

Published January 3, 2019 by SoClaimon

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Ode to an iconic bag

event January 02, 2019 10:00

By The Nation

A Bangkokexhibition pays tribute to the Lady Dior

NAMED 23 years ago as a gift for Diana, Princess of Wales – or Princess Di as she was known in France – the Lady Dior bag has remained a symbol of timeless elegance ever since.

Now, the House of Dior is bringing the bag into the spotlight once again in the exhibition “Lady Dior as Seen By”, featuring interpretations of the Lady Dior bag by renowned artists including two representatives from Thailand. The exhibition runs until January 20 on the Iconluxe floor of Iconsiam shopping complex.

The late princess received her namesake bag in 1995 from the-then first lady, Bernadette Chirac when she visited Paris to open the Cezanne exhibition. She was so taken with the bag that she ordered one in every version. Its topstitched or cannage pattern, golden rings connecting the rectangular body to the arching handles, and dangling gold letters have made it an iconic accessory over the past two decades.

The exhibition features the Lady Dior bag as an inspiration for some of the great artists around the globe including photographers, visual artists, video artists, leading film directors, and sculptors.

The bag is a testament to Christian Dior’s love of art. Before becoming couturier, Christian Dior was a passionate and knowledgeable gallery owner. In Paris, he was the first to show the work of Calder, Dali, Miro and Giacometti, and also presented works by Picasso, Dufy, Ernst and Klee. Gertrude Stein was one of his biggest clients. The dream of going to art school remained close to him throughout his life.

“The Lady Dior as Seen By” exhibition showcases works by international artists Olympia Scarry, Kohei Nawa, Ren Hwang, Sophie Zenon, Makoto Azuma, Kum Chi Keung, Oh You Kyeong, Seon Chi Bahk, Tunga and Wanda Barcelona Studio, among others. Joining the renowned artists are Thai photographer, Kornkrit Jianpinidnan and sculptor Rattana Salee.

“I was inspired by the various stories about Dior and structured them for my project, which I called ‘Nirat’,” says Kornkrit of his photographic collage.

“By taking a closer look into this work, you will find that it’s inspired by memorable journeys to a variety of places. It’s a subtle interpretation of the Lady Dior bag and shares Dior’s original story and the meticulous details of the design.”

Rattana adds that as this is the first official exhibition project of Dior hosted in Bangkok, she decided to present the city. “As we know, Bangkok is evolving and it’s getting more and more modernised. This sculpture is entitled ‘Elegance’ and aims to encapsulate this modern city. The small-sized art piece and steel material were challenging to work with. Alberto Giacometti was a famous sculptor. He was Christian Dior’s favourite artist and inspired his couture work. He also has an influence on this sculpture’s texture. Giacometti’s work always gave the impression of being exposed to light. Texture can somehow indicate time, place, and proximity and create an ambience. Thus, this sculpture is a new way to present the Lady Dior bag,” she explains.

New Year celebrations, Mall style

Published December 31, 2018 by SoClaimon

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New Year celebrations, Mall style

event December 28, 2018 12:00

By The Nation

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Tokidoki, the Japanese-inspired lifestyle brand created in 2005 by Italian artist Simone Legno, is offering a bird’s eye view of Legno’s loveliest works at The Mall shopping centres across town until January 5.

Actress Taksaorn Paksukcharoe and her son Avarin Taychanarong were on hand to welcome Legno to Bangkok for the launch at The Mall Bang Kapi whose at the Lifestyle hall was transformed into a land of happiness and which features lots of activities for every age group. These include a life-sized tokidoki board game, a t-shirt design contest and the chance to win a licensed Tokidoki doll with every Bt500 spent.

The Mall is also marking the New Year with concerts by Pause band, Songkran, Film Bongkot, Ben Chalatit, Wan Thanakrit, Non Thanon, Cute Chef, Tono & The Dust, Season Five, Jay Jetrin, Paradox, F…ing Hero, Ja R-Siam, The Gifted, SB Five, The Mousses, Hunz Isariya and the Parkinson.

Find out more at http://www.TheMall.co.th.

A toast to the Prancing Horse

Published December 31, 2018 by SoClaimon

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A toast to the Prancing Horse

event December 28, 2018 12:00

By The Nation

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Cavallino Motors, Thailand’s sole authorised importer of Ferrari, invited special guests to join an exclusive celebration dubbed “The Other Side of Lusso Exclusive Party” to bid farewell to 2018.

Set in a Moonlight Cinema atmosphere to mesmerise the Prancing Horse’s guests, the party was held at The Sukhothai Hotel’s classy Garden Villa and featured videos of the Ferrari GTC4Lusso, a car suited to all lifestyles.

The first video, “Lusso for the Family”, was told through the eyes of Jarin Tumwattana and revolved around his family as they travel together in their favourite supercar.

The second, “Lusso and Art”, portrayed Doytibet Duchanee, son of master artist Thawan Duchanee, who compared the GTC4Lusso to a masterpiece.

“This is a celebration for the season of happiness and a special thank you to customers of Cavallino Motors,” said Nandhamalee Bhirombhakdi, the company’s managing director.

“Our exclusive party invited everyone to get up close to the Lusso, which offers a smooth ride on short and long trips and on rough paths or city roads. The GTC4Lusso is one of the most powerful cars in its segment and its design exudes elegance and exclusivity in every detail.”

Cavallino Motors’ GTC4Lusso is priced at Bt23.9 million and comes with a three-year unlimited mileage factory warranty and a seven-year free maintenance programme by highly experienced technicians using Ferrari-certified parts and equipment.

Find out more by dropping into the Cavallino Motors Showroom on New Phetchaburi Road. For more information, call (02) 319 6109, mail info@cavallino.co.th or visit http://www.Bangkok.FerrariDealers.com

Circoloco makes its Thai debut

Published December 31, 2018 by SoClaimon

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Circoloco makes its Thai debut

event December 28, 2018 12:00

By The Nation

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Billing it as the “party of the year”, Baba Beach Club, Phuket is throwing a bash on Saturday January 19 featuring Circoloco, one of the world’s most coveted party brands

 The globally recognised brand, which has its origins on the Mediterranean party island of Ibiza, is making its debut in Southeast Asia and has chosen the award-winning luxury lifestyle hotel in Phuket for its inaugural show.

Featuring the iconic sound of Ibiza’s underground, the dream team line-up includes Seth Troxler, Peggy Gou, Richy Ahmed, Waff, Nic Fanciulli, Serge Devant, Lauren Lane, Bas Ibellini and Mendy. The party runs from 2pm to 2am.

Only a limited amount of tickets will be made available with a shuttle service running to and from Phuket throughout the night. Advance bookings are recommended.

Find out more at http://www.BabaBeachClub.com/phuket/event/circoloco or call (076) 429 388.

Great music, less trash and no sugar

Published December 28, 2018 by SoClaimon

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Great music, less trash and no sugar

event December 26, 2018 01:00

By The Nation

Coca-Cola recently bid farewell to 2018 on a grand scale with “Coca-Cola Presents Siam Music Festival”, which saw 50 leading artists including Thaitanium, Slot Machine, Scrubb, Paradox, Lomosonic, Retrospect, Tattoo Colour and Moderndog performing on the four main stages in the heart of Bangkok for two whole days.

Coca-Cola indulged consumers with unlimited Coke No Sugar to pair with popular street foods in the Coke with Food zone, and also organised an exclusive “Coke Meet & Greet” activity that allowed fans to get up close and cosy with renowned artists like Thaitanium, Phum Viphurit, Non Thanon Chamroen and Tattoo Colour.

The Coke Music Award Reunion welcomed big names likePod Modern Dog and Pause, veterans of the Coke Music Awards that have given birth to many of Thailand’s leading singers, who gathered on the same stage to sing “Come Join Us”, the famous Coke theme song, which also served as the festival concept.

The whole of Siam Square Soi 5 was turned into a street food sanctuary for two days, with Coke No Sugar flowing freely and delighting with the familiar original Coke taste but with no sugar as festival-goers had a blast.

The Coke Bridge Tower, an innovative drink-dispenser, made its debut for the first time in Thailand in the Coke Experience Zone, where drinkers got to create their own unique drinks in a flash by choosing such flavours as vanilla, strawberry or blue raspberry to add to the Coke, Coke No Sugar or Sprite base. Shopaholics also found themselves rummaging through trendy shops in the Fashion zone. And the festival was not only about entertainment, but also highlighted the importance of eco-consumption.

This first-ever trash-free concert put a focus on sorting and recycling trash with sorting bins located throughout the site. Another exclusive ‘Meet & Trash’ activity gave the audience an opportunity to mingle with celebrities like Pitchanart “May” Sakakorn, Virithipa “Woonsen” Pakdeeprasong, and Ray McDonald who were there to promote trash segregation and waste recycling. In addition to the 2 days of fun, Coke made sure the festival gave this new generation of concert-goers a brand-new experience.

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