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  • LIFESTYLE

    Epicurean expedition

    Life, Vanniya Sriangura, Published on 22/06/2018

    » Running parallel to the Chao Phraya River, Charoen Krung is commonly known as one of Bangkok's oldest thoroughfares -- the first to be built according to modern engineering.

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    Grace, beauty - and self-discovery

    Life, Amitha Amranand, Published on 01/12/2017

    » Unfolding Kafka Festival 2017 ended in Chiang Mai on Sunday. This year, under themes of gender identity, animals and folding and unfolding of the body and objects, the festival's performing arts programme doubled in size. Life reviews all the seven performances presented in Bangkok.

  • LIFESTYLE

    The Concept Of Self: On Power, Identity And Labels

    Life, Published on 17/05/2017

    » A group exhibition featuring nine artists from Thailand and Indonesia, "The Concept Of Self: On Power, Identity And Labels" is a dissection of contemporary cultures and how they mould and alter individual lives, gender, social power, and the ideologies of class structures.

  • LIFESTYLE

    Living in limbo

    Life, Yvonne Bohwongprasert, Published on 21/03/2017

    » It is hard not to get noticed in a sea of Thai faces when you are Middle Eastern. Being a refugee in Thailand, which is very "grey" on such status, will only add to the predicament.

  • LIFESTYLE

    Serious but bizarre intricacies

    Life, Brandon Harder, Published on 08/12/2016

    » Had George Orwell taken over Lewis Carroll's Wonderland trip, Thai artist Pom Jitpratuk would've made a suitable illustrator.

  • LIFESTYLE

    A place among the dead

    Life, Anchalee Kongrut, Published on 26/07/2016

    » Cemeteries are a sanctuary for the dead and the mourners. But the Bangkok Protestant Cemetery on Charoen Krung 72/5, known as Soi Susan Farang, has been known as a tourist attraction, due to the beautiful architecture of the memorial sites and splendidly carved gravestones. The cemetery, besides being one of the oldest burial grounds that remain unaffected by the urban development of the city, has a cultural value as a testament of foreign cultures present in Thailand from the mid-19th century until the present day.

  • LIFESTYLE

    Rediscovering my city

    Life, Kanokporn Chanasongkram, Published on 27/11/2015

    » Returning to Bangkok in the late 1980s, ML Poomchai Chumbala became a New York Times foreign correspondent that had him writing a column about Thailand. The assignment had him rediscovering his hometown after being away for 12 years following schooling in the UK.

  • NEWS

    Will chao din take a powder?

    Life, Arusa Pisuthipan, Published on 08/04/2015

    » Payong Huangmitr makes a living selling din sor pong — the natural white powder Thai people put on their faces and mix with water during Songkran. During next week's festival, where revellers' faces everywhere in the country will be painted with the powder, she expects to rake it in.

  • LIFESTYLE

    Numthong Gallery

    Life, Published on 01/04/2015

    » Through his unique brush strokes, Krit Chantranet paints human flesh and muscle as an exploration into body's imperfections and true identity.

  • LIFESTYLE

    Golden Tortoise Gallery

    Life, Published on 04/03/2015

    » Portraying the evolution of social relationships with the advent of new technology, French artist Michael Deloffre's 20 new paintings explore the colour black, revealing the space between light and shade, wide and straight movements which divulge colours and material.

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