The Fallen God is a modern version of the story of Tristan and Isolt, the 12th. century tale of love that can be considered as one of the original romances that gave rise to the songs of the troubadours in the Middle Ages all the way to the famous opera by Wagner in modern times.
In 2005 the BBC commissioned Tew Bunnag, along with other writers from the regions affected by the Tsunami that took place on Boxing Day 2004, to write a short story to be broadcast on the anniversary of the disaster.
This is the first of a series on “The other Thailand”, a book about the pool scene in Bangkok written by Tom Crowley, a Vietnam vet who made his home in Bangkok many years ago and who works for an NGO in one of the city’s slums.
En 2005 la BCC de Londres le encargó a Tew Bunnag y a otros escritores, representantes de los países afectados por el Tsunami, escribir un cuento corto que se emitió en el aniversario del desas- tre.
Estos cuentos de Tew Bunnag sober Bangkok se situan en los arrabales duros y en las mansions más lujosas de la ciudad. Cubren las vidas de gente que proviene de niveles sociales distintos.
Tew Bunnag’s tales from Bangkok are set in the hard slums and luxurious mansions of the city and cover the lives of people in diff erent social strata.
En la sección No-Ficción, y como parte de la serie que cubre Los Artes Marciales, La Medicina Tradicional y la Espiritualidad hemos empezado con “La Mente Extiende sus Alas”.
A collection of essays and short stories on art and creativity and includes photos taken by the author.
“The Mind Spreads its Wings ” gives us insights into the different aspects of T’ai Chi Ch’uan. The successes and the frustrations that come in each stage of the practice both on the emotional as well as the mental level.At the same time it explores the depth of the discipline and the transmission of the art.
The Realm of the Hungry Ghosts, by Malcolm Ritchie, consists of two parts that compliment one another. The first is a prose essay on what has gone wrong with Western thinking and the second is a collection of short poems called Small Lines on the Great Earth that offers a vision of how the harm can be healed.
Written by Suthep Srikureja while listening to the music of the waves and stunningly illustrated by Denys Blacker, The Traveler is about Dreams and Wishes… It’s about Expressions and Wonder and about Hope and Trust.
Tek Chance, an ex US Army Ranger living in Bangkok, finds himself drafted into the middle of a deadly plot involving right wing Japanese fanatics intent on punishing China for grievances going back to the end of WW II and the loss of Japan’s preeminent position of global power. What he unravels in not only a threat to China but to the world.