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  • LIFE

    Hurray for Honmono

    Life, Vanniya Sriangura, Published on 23/11/2012

    » The atmosphere was rather jaunty. Upbeat tunes enlivened the dining room in which nothing much more than an extraordinarily long sushi bar was set against a white brick wall underneath an industrial loft-style ceiling. Young office workers were spotted among other casually attired diners, all of whom came mainly for the variety of sushi.

  • LIFESTYLE

    That's a wrap

    Life, Parisa Pichitmarn, Published on 23/11/2012

    » Scarves in Thailand surely play a more aesthetic than practical function _ unless you use one to cover your head to protect it from the sun's rays like a construction worker (not so likely).

  • LIFESTYLE

    Reel Nostalgic

    Life, Parisa Pichitmarn, Published on 23/11/2012

    » It's a toy, but at least it's one that you can actually use to make a living. The Viewmaster has been around in the US since 1938 and has remained popular throughout the decades. Whilst it is no longer a ravishing hit today, its timelessness transcends borders and has been recently sending waves of nostalgia to Thailand. Of course we don't expect you to find pleasure in looking at reels of SpongeBob or Finding Nemo, so there is a catch to what's so special about Viewmaster Thailand.

  • LIFE

    Gallic Classics

    Life, Pamela Tan, Published on 23/11/2012

    » Selecting, preparing and serving all the fine wines for the fourth Bangkok Post Charity Wine Dinner is Tiwa Yenwattana, the Mandarin Oriental, Bangkok's wine expert who, for the past 10 years, has been the sommelier for Le Normandie and all of the hotel's restaurants.

  • LIFE

    Bilimbi

    Life, Vanniya Sriangura, Published on 23/11/2012

    » A backyard fruit (Averrboa bilimbi) found all over Southeast Asia but not yet commonly available in markets, bilimbi looks like a tiny cucumber and has a very sour and acidic taste even when ripe.

  • THAILAND

    Government invokes security law

    News, Post Reporters, Published on 23/11/2012

    » Tomorrow's Pitak Siam rally poses a threat to national security, which justifies the invocation of the Internal Security Act (ISA), Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra said yesterday.

  • THAILAND

    Court won't stop protest

    News, Mongkol Bangprapa, Published on 23/11/2012

    » The Constitution Court rejected attempts by three separate individuals yesterday to stop the weekend demonstration of Pitak Siam.

  • THAILAND

    Kittiratt says rice scheme losses won't reach B300bn

    News, Published on 23/11/2012

    » Deputy Prime Minister and Finance Minister Kittiratt Na-Ranong has insisted the government's rice pledging will not incur losses of up to 300 billion baht as critics claim, and says he is ready to clarify the scheme.

  • THAILAND

    30 opposition MPs line up to grill Yingluck, three ministers

    News, Published on 23/11/2012

    » About 30 opposition MPs are lining up to grill Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra and three cabinet ministers in the three-day censure debate which begins on Sunday, opposition leader Abhisit Vejjajiva said yesterday.

  • THAILAND

    Rally tipped to draw diverse protest groups

    News, King-oua Laohong, Published on 23/11/2012

    » A diverse group of anti-government protesters, including disenfranchised upcountry farmers, will turn out at tomorrow's Pitak Siam rally, a political insider has said.

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