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    Able artistry

    Life, Yvonne Bohwongprasert, Published on 11/09/2018

    » Multi-talented Taiwanese artist Leland Lee paints from the depths of his soul; profundity and richness of colour ooze from the images he alone can portray with such intensity.


    Scarlett does non-human, again

    Life, Kong Rithdee, Published on 31/03/2017

    » It's possible that when we all die and are reborn as cyborgs or aliens, we'll look like Scarlett Johansson: white and bewildered, gamine-haired and supremely athletic, fierce on the outside and gentler within. The actor's recent list of post-human roles is impressive. She is an extraterrestrial seducer sucking men's souls in Under The Skin; a human-CPU-God hybrid in Lucy; a cybernetic assassin in Ghost In The Shell, which is our subject today. Mind you, even devoid of her physical self, she still embodies the voice of artificial intelligence, as in Her, in which she purrs her way into the consciousness of that world.


    The best of Thai in Paris

    News, Chananthorn Kamjan, Published on 08/11/2014

    » 'Life can be designed with one's own hands, but opportunities make it easier," says Oth Sombat as he puts the finishing touches to a tempting plate of shrimp rice vermicelli.


    Harnessing the bounty of Taiwan

    Life, Published on 24/02/2017

    » Taipei has always been a city where one doesn't have to work hard to eat awfully well: It has a street food scene as vibrant as that of Bangkok; restaurants that specialise in both Taiwanese and regional cuisines from around China; thousands of cheap and cheerful joints at which to drink cold beer with small plates and quick stir-fries; and a plethora of sushi bars, a remnant of decades spent under Japanese rule.


    Touch-up on the go

    Life, Noko, Published on 17/01/2017

    » On a Dior TV clip, Bella Hadid effortlessly does it in the elevator and the supermodel walks out a stunner.


    Taking us all for a ride

    Brunch, Andrew Biggs, Published on 29/05/2016

    » Here in Thailand we like hubs. I'm not talking about bicycle hubs, though we like those too. I'm talking about world hubs, and while we are yet to be the hub of anything really constructive, it hasn't stopped successive governments from trying.


    Riding the brunch train

    Guru, Published on 18/10/2013

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