Punji Trap: 'The spy who loved us' and other tales from the Vietnam War
7pm, Wednesday April 25, 2018
Pham An was a communist agent whose espionage adventures - under the cover of a celebrated war correspondent in the Western media - were as brilliant for Hanoi as they were shattering for Washington during the tumultuous Vietnam War. He has been dubbed "the perfect spy" and affectionately referred to by some as "the spy who loved us". Not quite.
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Documentary: Enron: The Smartest Guys in the Room
7pm, Monday April 30, 2018
Enron: The Smartest Guys in the Room focuses on the rise and fall of one of the world's largest energy traders and producers. In the year prior to its bankruptcy, Enron reported revenue of $101 Billion US Dollars much of which was completely fraudulent. Alex Gibney directed the movie, which is based on on the book of the same name written Bethany McLean.
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'Online freedom of expression in the Mekong region: improving self-regulation': World Press Freedom Day 2018 public discussion
8:30am, Thursday May 3, 2018
Representatives from freedom of expression NGOs, media and Facebook to join UNESCO, the Southeast Asian Press Alliance and the Embassy of Sweden for debate on critical issue in region's media scene at Foreign Correspondents' Club of Thailand Southeast Asia has the third largest number of internet users in the world - a figure that has grown by more than 30%, or 80 million people, in the...
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Italian Writers in Bangkok
6pm, Thursday May 31, 2018
Since 2012, a dozen of Italian Writers in Bangkok have published twenty new books, mostly in Italian and English language, both in print and e-book format. They range from non-fiction to science fiction, from novels and thrillers to history, academic literature and travel stories. Books will be available and will be signed by their authors.
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Mekong: A River in Chains Climate change and dams, the changing landscape of the Mekong River
Photo Exhibit Continuing Until the End of May
Mekong: A River in Chains Climate change and dams, the changing landscape of the Mekong River Entrance to the opening is free and open to the public. The Mekong River flows for 4,000 kilometres from the narrow gullies in Tibet to the vast delta in Vietnam, providing water for 60 million people and thousands of aquatic species, many of which are protected.
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Upcoming Screenings of the FCCT Documentary Series
The FCCT presents outstanding documentary films every Monday night at 7:00 PM (except holidays), followed by a discussion, or in some cases a Q&A with the directors or producers of the films. The FCCT screens these films in partnership with the Thailand Documentary Club, which brings acclaimed recent documentaries to Thailand.
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