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    Lost in ruination

    Brunch, Prangthong Jitcharoenkul, Published on 26/02/2017

    » The light breeze and perfect natural setting of the one-time Hindu sacred land of the Champa kingdom in central Vietnam wafted my curiosity about how this site began, when India started being interested in this country and how everything that used to be so much alive in the old days ended up abandoned in the ample jungle.


    The Healing Process

    Brunch, Chanun Poomsawai, Published on 26/02/2017

    » Sampha's long-anticipated debut solo LP sees him dealing with loss and anxiety as he arrives on the scene fully formed as an artist.


    Freinds in need

    Brunch, Published on 26/02/2017

    » Lily and Siggi are three-month-old female puppies. They are mixed terriers who could grow to be big dogs. They are fully vaccinated and very playful.


    It's no yoke eggs matter

    Brunch, Suthon Sukphisit, Published on 26/02/2017

    » If we were to cast the situation of the Thai egg industry in the form of a story, there would be three main characters. First would be the big company that supplies roosters and chickens (the birds that produce the eggs) to breeders. Second is the large farm that raises chickens for their eggs, and third is the government official who controls the quantities of eggs produced.


    Set zero: The Krabi power plant is ded-sa-molay

    Brunch, Andrew Biggs, Published on 26/02/2017

    » Environmentalists have cautiously hailed a victory of sorts after the government agreed to set zero the proposed Krabi coal-fired power plant. Don't worry, dear reader. It is not necessary to understand that first sentence. I was just testing you. Or rather, I was testing myself.


    Soaking up the sun

    Brunch, Suthon Sukphisit, Published on 19/02/2017

    » Conjure up a mental list of old-fashioned dishes that still make the mouth water, and then notice how many include main ingredients that are dried or salted. Here's a personal selection: nuea khem tom kathi sai hawm daeng (salted beef stewed with shallots in coconut cream), nuea khem cheek pen sen foy phat kap namtaan (shredded salted dried beef stir-fried with palm sugar), plaa chon taak haeng khem tom kathi proong rote baeb tomyam sai bai makhaam awn (salted and dried snakehead fish stewed with sour-spicy seasonings in coconut cream with tender tamarind leaves), hua plaa chon taak haeng khem sai kathi sai fak (dried salted snakehead fish head stewed with coconut cream and squash), hoy malaeng phuu taak haeng khem phat kap nam taan (salted and dried mussels stir-fried with palm sugar or the same mussels simmered into a curry with pineapple). The list goes on.


    Far From Garden Variety

    Brunch, Chanun Poomsawai, Published on 19/02/2017

    » On his debut LP, the Brooklyn newcomer brings a basketful of fresh sounds, forging an eclectic style that is uniquely his own.


    Friends in need

    Brunch, Published on 19/02/2017

    » Tony is a four-year-old female terrier who was dumped at a shelter. He is a friendly, small dog who is fully vaccinated.


    A lesson from the deep south

    Brunch, Andrew Biggs, Published on 19/02/2017

    » Anubal Narathiwat is one of the largest primary schools in the provincial capital of Narathiwat, the southernmost province of Thailand, right on the Malaysian border. Every morning at 8am assembly, the 1,437 children in Years 1 to 6 line up in front of the flagpole and sing the national anthem.


    The Search Continues

    Brunch, Chanun Poomsawai, Published on 12/02/2017

    » After a four-year break, the singer returns to his bluesy roots with the first instalment in a monthly EP series.

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