Some days, you just can’t get rid of a good pulse bomb, so the game does it for you.
LOVENIN, a Nintendo fan from Thailand, messed up and bought a black & grey Switch instead of a Neon one. To add some colour to his drab new console, then, he decided to take it apart and add some Gundam flavour to the thing. Looks great!
If it exists, there is a porn of it. And since Jurassic World exists, you better believe there is a porn of it.
Ant-Man is the latest Marvel comic book to get the movie treatment. You’ve probably seen the trailer. But have you seen this no-budget parody trailer from Thailand?
This is the Batman collection of Somchai Nitimongkolchai. It’s the largest in Thailand, and Nitimongkolchai thinks it might be the biggest in the world.
Seriously, what were they thinking with that box art?
Until recently, only two of the three The Pirate Bay co-founders were in police custody: Peter Sunde was arrested in Sweden this past May, while Gottfrid Svartholm was just sentenced to 3.5 years. And yesterday, a third co-founder, Fredrik Neij, was arrested while trying to cross the border into Thailand.
A 700 year-old Buddhist temple in Thailand contains something visitors might find unusual: a blue robotic cartoon cat from the future. That's right, iconic anime character Doraemon.
Scrap metal art is not new. Loads of artists made wonderful works out of whatever metal they can get their hands on. Very few, however, can pull off an Incredible Hulk like this.
Who said math isn't sexy? Oh but it is. It is.
Thailand, which has been ruled by a military dictatorship for the past few months, has banned the video game Tropico 5 from appearing in stores, saying "some contents of the game are not appropriate for the current situation," according to publisher Kalypso Media.
For Buddhist monks in Thailand, life is strict with loads of rules. Days are spent meditating and chanting. This apparent monk, however, spent his day doing something else.
There are universal markers for the restrooms. There is also a universal sign for when you really, really need to take a leak. Sometimes, Thailand gets both in toilet signs.
Using cosplay images without crediting the photographer is not cool. It's a lot worse, though, when a European news program steals some cosplay footage, edits it then falls into the ol' "all Asians look the same" trap.
Man, the internet! Sometimes it seems like people are cold-hearted jerks. They don't care about anyone but themselves. Here's a Thai Life Insurance ad reminding us that it's good to be nice to others—whether that's offline or on.
If we go by the typical standard metrics by which cosplay is judged, you might say this cosplay isn't very good. That it's bad. Or even terrible. But those standards don't matter. This is totally wonderful, incredibly creative, and utterly brilliant.
As part of a shopping promotion, Bangkok shopping mall Central Festival unveiled billboards and ads to mark the Chinese New Year. The ad featured a white woman pulling one of her eyes. The text read, "Good to be Chinese." Understandably, people got upset.