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  • LIFE

    Eat your fill and be healthy

    B Magazine, Published on 13/10/2019

    » Among the most concerning health issues for Thais these days, especially in Bangkok, is high cholesterol. There are many contributing factors, but, broadly speaking, it's a result of unhealthy diets. However, the prospect of watching what you eat is a daunting one for many people, when it is so easy to get food anywhere at anytime. And once they've fallen into a pattern of unhealthy eating, most people find it difficult to escape the cholesterol trap.

  • LIFE

    Where charity flows freely

    B Magazine, Andrew Biggs, Published on 13/10/2019

    » In late August and into early September, flash floods ravaged the rural Northeast of Thailand.

  • LIFE

    Driving ambition

    B Magazine, Chanun Poomsawai, Published on 13/10/2019

    » Brisbane-born singer-songwriter and rapper Grace Shaw is not afraid to dream big. "Anything is possible if you just say that you're going to do it. That's honestly such a lifehack," she said recently in an interview with Fader. Shaw, who performs as Mallrat, went on to mention that she hopes to one day write songs for artists like Rihanna, Beyoncé and Camila Cabello. Her aspirations may sound rather ambitious, especially for a relatively new talent. But looking at the 21-year-old's resume, which includes two solid EP releases, a tour with fellow Aussie rapper Allday and opening for Post Malone, you can't help but wonder that she might be on to something.

  • LIFE

    Experiencing Australia's rich and complex history

    B Magazine, Published on 13/10/2019

    » Christopher Jakobi, an Aboriginal guide, squatted with his kangaroo-skin bag to burn native plants in a coolamon. They gradually caught fire and produced a cloud of white smoke. I stood in awe of the descendant of the Aboriginal people, who had lived in Australia for thousands of years before British explorer Capt James Cook arrived in the late 18th century.

  • LIFE

    Out & About for 6-12 Oct

    B Magazine, Published on 06/10/2019

    » What's on this week around town.

  • LIFE

    Portrait Of An Artist

    B Magazine, Chanun Poomsawai, Published on 06/10/2019

    » "I just don't wanna be back in this place again/ I mean, I done cried a little/ Tried a little, failed a little/ I don't wanna do it again," Brittany Howard confesses on History Repeats, a funky opener to her solo debut Jaime. Built on acid jazz and neo-soul groove, the song bustles with the genre-blurring spirit of her former band Alabama Shakes and her own irreverent energy. Singing those words, Howard sounds empowered and energised like a weight has been lifted. "History repeats and we defeat ourselves/ Come on everybody, one more time again," before you know it, the song turns into an infectious anthem, leaving in its wake a glimpse into her self-discovery that would go on to define the rest of the album.

  • LIFE

    Post plastic? Let's get back to basics

    B Magazine, Published on 06/10/2019

    » Excessive use of plastic bags has created serious environmental problems ever since the product was first introduced to Thailand. But plastic waste has never been tackled effectively. Tonnes of the stuff is dumped daily at rubbish sites around the country, with the waste piling up and becoming mountains of plastic. Authorities continue to secure more plots for dumping. Campaigns to address plastic pollution are sporadic and often poorly co-ordinated. They tend to begin with a great deal of fanfare, then quickly fade away having achieved little.

  • LIFE

    A big comeback

    B Magazine, Published on 06/10/2019

    » Engulfed in light and stars, two men began singing their well-known tunes to the mesmerised crowd. Above them were a collage of pictures from their heyday as the country's top boy band. Sitting among the audience, we gazed at those pictures projected onto the dome of the Bangkok Planetarium as memories of younger years came flooding in. Three faces were smiling happily from above, while on stage there were only two -- Worrawech "Dan" Danuwong and Kawee "Beam" Tanjararak -- serenading the crowd at a press conference for their upcoming D2B Infinity Concert 2019.

  • LIFE

    Falling on deaf ears

    B Magazine, Andrew Biggs, Published on 06/10/2019

    » I've always had a soft spot for the Siam Sinfonietta Orchestra … not just because it's great to hear young people play classical music, but also for the soap opera that plays out constantly behind the scenes as it struggles to remain in existence.

  • LIFE

    Of cruelty and kreng jai

    B Magazine, Andrew Biggs, Published on 29/09/2019

    » The entrance was dramatic.

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