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Events in May
6:30pm, Monday May 25, 2015
Africa Day Celebrations
To celebrate the birth of Organization for African Unity (OAU) and African Union (AU)11am, Tuesday May 26, 2015
Launch of the report "The Challenge of Synthetic Drugs in East and South-East Asia and Oceania: Trends and Patterns of Amphetamine-Type Stimulants and New Psychoactive Substances 2015" 6.30pm, Tuesday May 26th, 2015
Learn How to Support Your Child Schooling at Home by Chris Boreham and Kevin Rose
Networking and Evening Talk2 pm, Thursday May 28th, 2015
"FAO to reveal MDG 1 hunger goal achievements for Asia and the Pacific"7 pm, Thursday 28 May, 2015
"The Truth Shall Not Sink with Sewol" ( Korea )
77 mins, directed by Lee Sang-ho and Ahn Hae-ryong
Screening Courtesy: Cineport6 pm Friday May 29, 2015
Another convivial wine celebration
Events in June7 pm, Tuesday June 2, 2015
"COURT" ( India)
116 mins, directed by Chaitanya Tamhane
Screening Courtesy: Zoo Entertainment & Artscope
With tangy Snacks from the new 'Spicy by Nature' Indian restaurant6:00pm, Thursday June 4, 2015
Thai Lawyers for Human Rights: The Human Rights Situation
Report Launch and Discussion7pm, Monday 8 June,2015
90 mins, directed by Tareque Masud
Screening Courtesy: Tareque Masud Memorial Trust.
Supported by the Embassy of Bangladesh, who will provide sumptuous snacks.6 pm, Thursday June 11st, 2015
"Democrats Abroad Thailand Meet to Plan Future Campaigns"
Dems Abroad Thailand Annual Meeting and Officer Elections
7pm, Thursday June 17, 2015
Article 112: Its role in Thai society
A Panel Discussion about Article 112 and its role in Thai Society
Job OpeningsOnline Producer for Southeast Asia, World Bank
TYPE: Short-term Consultant
DEADLINE: Monday, May 25, 2015
LOCATION: Bangkok, ThailandFreelance Video Journalist
Bangkok PostHiring: Experienced Newspaper Editor
In the Gallery, May 2015: "Alive" - photographs by Kim Hak
1975, during Khmer Rouge regime, Kim Hak's parents, as well as his extended family threw away many old pictures and identity cards to hide their backgrounds. They would have been killed for being educated if caught with these belongings. But some took great risks to keep photographs and objects to remember their loved ones.
War can kill victims, but it cannot kill memories. Hak began photographing belongings from people who lived through that time to preserve the memories and the history. He series "ALIVE," started from his personal family's memory, but expanded to other families in Cambodia. His project is a race against time, as living witnesses gradually disappear.
Born on May 5, 1981, in Battambang City, in Northwestern of Cambodia, Kim Hak is a full-time photographer whose work has been featured at photography festivals such as Photo Quai in Paris, World Event Young Artists in Nottingham, England, OFF_Festival Bratislava and Slovakia Singapore International Photography Festival.
In 2011, Hak won prize "Residency Program" prize of the Branly Museum in Paris and second prize of Stream Photo Asia in Bangkok. In 2013, Hak published his first photography book "UNITY" which he had spent his time to document the reflection of ordinary citizens after the death of the King Father Norodom Sihanouk in October 2012. In 2014, he was selected as finalist of Lens Culture Award.
Hak has been invited to be on Art Residency in Brisbane in 2015 to produce a new project about memory about Cambodian-Australian there.
Jazz at the FCCT, every Friday, between 8.00 pm and 10.00pm
08 May: Tonic
15 May: The Bylines
22 May: The Bylines
29 May: The Bylines
Screening of Oscar-Winning Polish film 'IDA'
The screening of the Polish film 'IDA", which won the Oscar Award for Best Foreign Film this year, had a sell-out
audience, who were all moved by this quiet but sensational film.
The Polish Embassy were there in full strength, including new Ambassador HE Zenon Kuchciak. Also present was the new Hungarian
Ambassador HE Dr Peter Jakab.
There was plenty of Polish vodka, wine, szarlotka apple pie, provided by the Polish Embassy: a gourmet Polish evening.
Foreign Correspondents' Club of Thailand - Your Perfect Venue
For press conferences, book and motion picture launches, corporate meetings and more. The Foreign Correspondents' Club of
Thailand's penthouse Clubhouse is the perfect venue. We are:
- Centrally located in the Maneeya Center, in the heart of Ratchaprasong, home to the greatest concentration of news
bureaus and media organizations in Thailand.
- Adjacent to and easily accessible directly from the Chidlom BTS Skytrain station.
We offer our customers a wide range of services, custom tailored to your specific needs. We have: Complete audio-visual
capability with three video cameras and fixed and wireless microphones for live presentations.
- Multi-disk record and playback equipment for standard-definition and Blu-Ray high-definition DVD, audio and video CD
and most other popular formats.
- LCD projector with direct and oblique screens for motion picture and computer presentations.
- Complete kitchen providing a myriad of delicious food-service options, from coffee-break sweets to quick meals to
sit-down or buffet lunches and dinners featuring eastern, western and vegetarian cuisine.
- Full bar offering a wide range of soft drinks, beers on tap and in bottle, wine, and a selection of spirits and
- Smoker's balcony with picnic seating, greenery and a fine view of central Bangkok.
Rates are among the most reasonable in town, starting at only Baht 5,000 for a half-day's use of the Clubhouse,
including our audio-visual equipment and a skilled operator. Catering services are priced to your specific requirement.
And for that special private party, the fully staffed Clubhouse can be exclusively yours on almost any Saturday or Sunday for
little more than a weekday event.
For bookings or for more information, please contact the FCCT at 02 652-0580 or by e-mail to email@example.com
The King of Thailand in World Focus
Now available in soft cover! Only Baht 270 for FCCT members
The FCCT's sell-out publishing success, The King of Thailand in World Focus, a 280-page collection of articles and images
from the international press on the life and reign of His Majesty King Bhumibol Adulyadej, Rama IX, is now available in a
new, popularly priced soft-cover edition. In addition to making for fascinating reading, the book is the only comprehensive
reference work on the current reign as reported over the years by correspondents, journalists and photographers in magazines
and newspapers around the world
This large-format, full-color book is identical to the hard-bound third edition which sold out late last year, but with a
stiff, varnished art-card cover, and priced to be easy on the wallet. It's available through the FCCT office and at Asia
Books around town for the cover price of only Baht 300. FCCT members can get a copy through the FCCT office only for just
Baht 270, on presentation of your current membership card.
Don't miss out. Get your copy of this unique publication today!
Attending FCCT Programs
How do you keep up with all the FCCT programs?
Join FCCT and receive e-mails whenever new programs are added. Because news changes fast, FCCT sometimes
schedules timely programs on short notice.
FCCT members receive e-mails with "late-breaking news" about programs.
For Correspondents Only?
is not just for correspondents-in fact, most of our members are not news people.
A past FCCT
president even came up with the slogan, "You don't have to be foreign and you don't have to be a
correspondent". We are a very diverse club and welcome all.
For more information, call 02-652-0580-1 or click here to e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org
The Foreign Correspondents' Club of Thailand
Penthouse, Maneeya Center
518/5 Ploenchit Road
(connected to the BTS Skytrain Chitlom station)
Patumwan, Bangkok 10330