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  • LIFESTYLE

    Singapore's big designs on design dominance

    Life, Kanin Srimaneekulroj, Published on 05/04/2018

    » Last month, Singapore held its fifth annual Design Week. An amalgamation of discussion panels, city and neighbourhood tours and numerous furniture and design exhibitions with over 90 programmes available across the city-state, the event is an affirmation of the country's new dedication towards creativity as it aims to become a "thriving innovation-driven economy and a lovable city through design by 2025", becoming the design hub of Asia and even the world.

  • LIFESTYLE

    Creativity, Thai-style

    Life, Kanin Srimaneekulroj, Published on 20/03/2018

    » Creativity converged at Singapore Design Week which took place earlier this month. A citywide event, the design week held under the theme "A March Of Design" was an amalgamation of events. From panel discussions with the top minds in design from around the world to gallery shows and city tours, the week is reaffirmation of Singapore's desire to shift to a more modern, creativity-driven society.

  • LIFESTYLE

    Animated Swiss film My Life As A Zucchini first in new series at RCB

    Life, Kanin Srimaneekulroj, Published on 15/03/2018

    » Arts and antiques emporium River City Bangkok returns with its second monthly film series, the RCB Film Club. This month, the club aims to please lovers of international cinema with four critically acclaimed films of diverse origin, one film screened each week.

  • LIFESTYLE

    One amazing documentary

    Life, Kanin Srimaneekulroj, Published on 16/03/2018

    » Some people like to say there's nothing left to discover in the world. As humans continue to develop better technology, the far-flung corners of the metaphorical map continue to be coloured in.

  • LIFESTYLE

    Red Sparrow never quite takes flight

    Life, Kanin Srimaneekulroj, Published on 02/03/2018

    » Some stories are just told in the wrong medium. We've all come across one at some point; a series that feels like it could've been told in two compact hours, or a film that lays down so much groundwork for interesting developments that it simply can't give every subplot the necessary room to grow. Red Sparrow, the new spy thriller from director Francis Lawrence, falls into the latter category. With its gripping and violent story of espionage and sex, bolstered by an all-star cast of award-winning actors, Red Sparrow's downfall is the fact that there simply isn't enough room in its considerable run-time -- well over two hours -- to do its own world justice.

  • LIFESTYLE

    Putting it on the Line

    Life, Kanin Srimaneekulroj, Published on 28/02/2018

    » With an average of over 4.3 million individual viewers using its platform every minute, Line TV, the popular messaging app's video streaming platform, is the real streaming powerhouse in Thailand.

  • OPINION

    A nation of ever elusive justice

    Life, Kanin Srimaneekulroj, Published on 26/02/2018

    » Earlier this week, a video clip was circulated heavily on social media showing a middle-aged woman going to town on a white pickup truck with a hatchet. As it turns out, the truck was parked -- handbrakes and all -- in front of her home, blocking the one point of entry and exit she had, while the owner shopped at one of the many markets surrounding her home. Comments on social media initially criticised the woman for what seemed like extreme overreaction.

  • LIFESTYLE

    Making it rain

    Life, Kanin Srimaneekulroj, Published on 21/02/2018

    » On 20 July, 1969, Thailand underwent its first ever test run of the Royal Rainmaking Project. Initiated by King Bhumibol Adulyadej in 1955, the project is one of the late king's most recognised achievements, bringing rain to thousands of drought-stricken Thai farmers.

  • TECH

    (I)maxing out

    Life, Kanin Srimaneekulroj, Published on 21/02/2018

    » Gaming highlights at the new Virtual Reality centre in Siam Paragon

  • LIFESTYLE

    Black Panther's not just another Marvel money-grab

    Life, Kanin Srimaneekulroj, Published on 16/02/2018

    » Since Doctor Strange, released in 2016, Marvel has been on an impressive roll. The studio's next three films -- Guardians Of The Galaxy 2, Spiderman: Homecoming and Thor: Ragnarok -- were all critically acclaimed successes, praised for their creativity and refreshing tweaks to the usual superhero formula. The films were a much-needed second wind to the ever-bloated Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU), proving to audiences that even after more than 15 films, there is still room for us to be wowed by the studio's colourful and bombastic superhero shenanigans.

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