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    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.

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    Seestadt Aspern on path to smart, renewable future

    News, Published on 27/10/2019

    » Only a 30-minute subway ride from the central area of Vienna is Seestadt Aspern Smart City, a new town developed a decade ago from an ambitious plan by the Austrian government to create a smart city with a smart energy policy.

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    The Art of Growing Old

    B Magazine, Chanun Poomsawai, Published on 03/02/2019

    » "Attending an unplanned party/ Never ready, didn't really wanna come/ Saying 'hello' to acquaintances/ Gotta be careful not to smile too much/ It just wouldn't be appropriate," without knowing the track's title, the opening verse of The Charapaabs' debut single, Sala Kon Sao (Funeral Party), reads like something of a typical introvert's diary. As the second verse arrives, it becomes clear that the aforementioned "party" is actually a funeral where "the host refrains from making an appearance" (worth noting a clever wordplay here -- ook long, literally "out of coffin", is used instead of ook rong, which is a Thai expression meaning to make an appearance).

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    A Meteoric Celebration of Electronic Music

    B Magazine, Chanun Poomsawai, Published on 07/08/2016

    » Comet Records marks its fourth anniversary with a stellar new compilation

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    Examining urbanity

    Life, Kaona Pongpipat, Published on 03/06/2015

    » Stepping into the dimly lit Jim Thompson Art Center, one immediately feels connected. The parade of motorcycles is more than a common sight in Bangkok. The colourful car headlining and flaring lights are reminiscent of a songthaew ride home. Other video installations featuring in the space's current exhibition "Missing Links" are instantaneously relatable, even without any explanatory text.

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