Club Statement on charges filed against HK journalist
The professional membership of the Foreign Correspondents' Club of Thailand is disappointed to hear that the Royal Thai Police have filed formal charges against the Hong Kong photojournalist Hok Chun 'Anthony' Kwan for carrying body armour and a helmet while travelling out of Thailand on assignment in August.

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The FCCT's "Wine Evening" returns
7pm, Friday September 25, 2015
We are pleased to provide six wines on the menu: two French and four Italian wines. The French wines are a Cotes du Rhone and a Bordeaux Sauvignon Blanc. The Italian wines include a Chianti, a Chardonnay from Friuli (Friuli is considered to be Italy's best white wine region); two Montepulciano D'Abruzzos, the red Montepulciano is well-known but the Trebbiano white is seldom seen. Wines may be purchased by the glass at 140 baht or by the bottle. Come join us for a convivial evening.

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Toms, Dees, and Ying Rak Ying
7pm, Wednesday October 14, 2015
The documentary film Visible Silence is a rare glimpse into the unspoken lives of Thai toms,

ns himself in alcohol. He has no idea how to handle his son, and the boy, in turn, tries hard to understand his father. Sam vents his feelings to his friends and to his toys, which is sometimes funny, and sometimes painful
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'SAM' (Switzerland), Directed by Elena Hazanov
7pm, Monday October 19, 2015
This is a simple, moving, thought-provoking domestic drama of a seven-year-old youngster named Sam, the child of divorced parents who comes to stay with his father, Jerome while his mother is travelling. The father is a writer who has a mental block, and drowns himself in alcohol. He has no idea how to handle his son, and the boy, in turn, tries hard to understand his father. Sam vents his feelings to his friends and to his toys, which is sometimes funny, and sometimes painful.
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Current Photo Exhibition: Rony Zakaria/Indonesia

Everything tastes sweet in the island of Java. During the days of the Dutch administration, Java was one of the biggest producers of sugar in the world. Today, only 60 factories remain. Indonesia now grows very little of the sugar it consumes and is now the world's second biggest importer of sugar after Russia. But the cultural celebration, big steam machinery and hard working laborers are still there as a reminder of the sweet glory days of the past.

Born 1984 in Jakarta, Indonesia. Rony Zakaria holds a degree in Mathematics and Computer Science. He started his career as a photographer after graduation. He learned photojournalism at ANTARA Gallery of Photojournalism in Jakarta and Ateneo de Manila in the Philippines as a fellow. Since then he has worked mainly for national and foreign publications and has covered various issues in his native, Indonesia.

Rony has won several accolades and awards for his work, including NPPA Best of Photojournalism and Mochtar Lubis Award for Investigative reporting. He has exhibited his work widely in Paris, Manila, Bangladesh, Singapore, Thailand, Germany and Malaysia in 2013, he published his first monograph, Encounters. A personal work with photographs collected starting from the beginning of his career.

He lives in Jakarta but continues to travel.
Norwegian film 'KON-TIKI', Huge Success
The screening of the Norwegian film ' KON-TIKI' was a huge success, with a sell-out crowd at the Club, made up of members and non-members. Everyone enjoyed the Oscar-nominated, gripping sea-adventure, which was one of the biggest box-office hits in Norway.

The speciality Norwegian beer and salmon, served by the Norwegian Embassy, were much appreciated too.

From the left: Chananya Nakkeaow, Office Manager, FCCT, Lekha Shankar, Film Coordinator, Brita Magnusson, and Vegaard Holmelid, Deputy Head of the Norwegian Embassy
From our Western Menu
Salmon Fettucine
Fettuccine with a creamy smoked salmon sauce
Grilled beef patty with lettuce, tomato and onion on a bun, and chunky fries
Grilled Salmon
Grilled salmon steak with a sweet, tangy, spicy honey mustard sauce

The Foreign Correspondents' Club of Thailand
Penthouse, Maneeya Center
518/5 Ploenchit Road
(connected to the BTS Skytrain Chitlom station)
Patumwan, Bangkok 10330

Phone: 02-652-0580-1

Friday 05, March: No Jazz
Friday 12, March: TONIC
Friday 17, March: No Jazz
Friday 22, March: The Bylines

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