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  2. Pob Pee Fah - Wikipedia

    Pob Pee Fah. Pob Pee Fah ( Thai: ปอบผีฟ้า; RTGS : Pop Phi Fa) is a Thai ghost story, made as a TV series (known as a lakorn, the Thai equivalent of a soap opera ). Set partly in the 19th century, it shares some plot details with an earlier series, Jao Nang, which aired in 1990, and on which some observers believe it was based.

  3. Thai television soap opera - Wikipedia

    Thai television soap opera. Lakorn is a popular genre of fiction in Thai television. They are known in Thai as ละครโทรทัศน์ ( RTGS : lakhon thorathat, lit. "television drama") or ละคร ( lakhon, pronounced [la.kʰɔːn], or lakorn ). They are shown generally at prime-time on Thai television channels, starting ...

  4. Jao Nang - Wikipedia

    In 1997, BBTV Channel 7 released its hit lakorn, Pob Pee Fa, which provided a plot similar to this lakorn, but with different characters and story details. This 1997 lakorn was later referred to as a remake by some viewers. The real identity of Pee Fah is Phi Pop (ผีปอบ), a ghost of popular Thai folklore.

  5. The Twelve Sisters - Wikipedia

    The story has been adapted to Thai films, Thai television soap operas (ละคร) and Khmer films. In Khmer. Rithisen Neang Kongrey 1966-67 Film (this was the earliest version based on the legend of Kompong Chnnang) Puthisen Neang Kong Rey (1968 film) Rithisen Neang Kong Rei (2000 film) In Thai. Phra Rot Meri Rue Nang Sip Song

  6. Duang Jai Akkanee - Wikipedia

    Duang Jai Akkanee. Duang Jai Akkanee ( Thai: ดวงใจอัคนี; RTGS : Duang Chai Akkhani) is a 2010 Thai lakorn 1 in 4 drama series 4 Hua Jai Haeng Khun Khao (4 Hearts of the Mountain) that is aired on Channel 3 (Thailand). It starred Nadech Kugimiya and Urassaya Sperbund. [1]

  7. Dangrek genocide - Wikipedia

    Khmer Rouge. Vietnam. The Dangrek genocide also known as "the Preah Vihear pushback" is a border incident which took place along the Dangrek Mountain Range on the Thai-Cambodian border which resulted in the death of many mostly Sino-Khmer refugees who were refused asylum by the Kingdom of Thailand in June 1979 .

  8. Lakhon nai - Wikipedia

    Vietnam. Nhã nhạc. v. t. e. Lakhon nai ( Thai: ละครใน, pronounced [lā.kʰɔ̄ːn nāj]) is a Thai performing art originating in the royal court of Thailand (formerly Siam). It features slow choreography accompanied by a piphat ensemble. The repertoire of lakhon nai consists of only four epics; the Ramakian, Unarut ( Aniruddha ...

  9. Khmer Empire - Wikipedia

    Cambodia portal. v. t. e. The Khmer Empire was a Hindu - Buddhist empire in Southeast Asia, centered around hydraulic cities in what is now northern Cambodia. Known as Kambuja by its inhabitants, it grew out of the former civilisation of Chenla and lasted from 802 to 1431. Historians call this period of Cambodian history the Angkor period ...