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    Suit & Tie (& more)

    Guru, Pornchai Sereemongkonpol, Published on 26/09/2014

    » Have you ever suffered meeting a stranger wearing the exact same thing as you at a party? Are you a sartorialist who likes his/her clothes to fit super nicely? Want to tightly control your own aesthetic destiny? If so, we might have just the places for you.

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    Splish splash

    Guru, Pornchai Sereemongkonpol, Published on 11/04/2014

    » There was a fuss made recently over a report that a company planned to organise Songkran celebrations in Singapore. Like a motorcycle taxi’s seat pre-heated by the April midday sun, this prompted some Thais to be extra protective of what they considered exclusive to Thailand. However, we need not worry about anyone copying our Songkran since we have many elements that are so inimitable that no other country would be able to (or want to) recreate them. In honour of the upcoming Thai New Year, we present you with all the things that make Songkran uniquely Thai.

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    Chatchart the superhero

    Published on 07/02/2014

    » Some people can kill two birds with one stone, but Chadchart can kill two stones with one bird. How did caretaker Transport Minister Chadchart Sittipunt become a superhero? Here is the story.

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    Playing with contradictions

    Life, Amitha Amranand, Published on 28/11/2013

    » Despite their metallic grey sheen, their shapes and details clearly indicated their roots _ khon. Looking closer, however, and instead of the usual full, growling faces of the khon demons, the cheeks and eyes of these masks designed by Anuthep Potchprasart resembled those of a skeleton. The first few notes plucked from the traditional Chinese guqin zither unfolded an ominous blanket over the show.

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    Shorts of all sorts

    Life, Amitha Amranand, Published on 25/10/2012

    » Crescent Moon Theatre has always had a strong connection with literature, but the company has always treated text like a malleable object. When Sineenadh Keitprapai joined the theatre in 1995, she said the company was already holding staged readings and showcases of short works on a regular basis.

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