The World’s most renown Asian Djane has been roaming all over the clubbing planet for around 15 years now, playing every month a dozen cities and often in 6 to 8 different countries, from Berlin to Ibiza, from Bogota to Sydney and from Bangkok to Samui.
First launched in Thailand in 2013 and inspired by “La Nuit Blanche” (The White Night of Paris), Galleries’ Night has become a highlight of the cultural season, bringing together an ever larger audience, including Latitudes’ team. .
Chris Lowenstein left Hollywood Studios more than 20 years ago to settle in Chiang Mai. At the head of the production company Living Films, this idealist dreams to shoot there as many films as possible. Between two projects, we met the producer for a behind-the-scenes dive in the film industry...
Alongside its abundant temples, elephant sanctuaries and jungle treks, the city of Chiang Mai has been attempting for several years to position itself as a cultural and creative hub in Thailand. The recent inclusion of the Rose of the North on the UNESCO creative cities list and events such as...
A true open-air laboratory, Wonderfruit is not only an eco-chic music festival considering itself as a social movement and focusing on sustainability, it is also a family-friendly event o ering slots to DJs families like French crew La Mamie’s and programming the 8-year-old Djane Little Ale together with her father:...