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  • LIFE

    Winning isn't the only thing

    B Magazine, Published on 09/02/2020

    » Best International Feature

  • LIFE

    Sanctuary for one's soul

    Life, Atiya Achakulwisut, Published on 14/02/2020

    » 'That it will never come again is what makes life so sweet," Emily Dickinson wrote in a poem more than a century ago. The line has since become well-loved, reminding people to treasure the time they still have.

  • BUSINESS

    Ramayana weaves a trail across South and Southeast Asia

    Asia focus, Narendra Kaushik, Published on 10/02/2020

    » When Bala Venketeswara Rao Sankuratri, a researcher from Sri Lanka, proposed that about a dozen countries join together to issue a "Ramayana visa" for travellers, he found instant support in a hall packed with devotees of the Sanskrit epic and its regional variants.

  • BUSINESS

    Powering up for progress

    Asia focus, Patpon Sabpaitoon, Published on 10/02/2020

    » Bicky Bhangu describes himself as an academic and engineer at heart. Now president for Southeast Asia, Pacific and South Korea of Rolls-Royce Singapore, the 44-year-old Briton spent much of his earlier career in the realm of academia. His work has been published in over 30 technical journals and he is the author of 12 global patents.

  • LIFE

    Indie rock done right

    B Magazine, Chanun Poomsawai, Published on 09/02/2020

    » "When I was 18/ Someone got stabbed in a church/ But I got used to it/ And forgave all the ways and the names/ It was so long ago, anyways," vocalist Jeremy Gaudet recounts on Murder In The Cathedral, the opening track to Kiwi Jr.'s debut album, Football Money. The vivid songwriting, buoyed by his bandmates' jangly instrumentation, is delivered with the kind of drawl that would have you thinking fondly of Pavement's Stephen Malkmus and The Strokes as well as the Modern Lovers' Jonathan Richman and Parquet Courts' Andrew Savage.

  • LIFE

    Find your inner mystic

    B Magazine, Chanun Poomsawai, Published on 02/02/2020

    » It's been nearly half-a-decade since Dan Deacon's last album, Gliss Riffer, was unleashed onto the world. On that acclaimed 2015 release, the Baltimore-based composer tackled and found solace in the finality of life through head-spinning highlights like When I Was Done Dying and Sheathed Wings. It was also the first album since his debut LP, Spiderman Of The Rings, that he recorded and produced himself.

  • LIFE

    5 tips for a Tokyo trip

    B Magazine, Published on 26/01/2020

    » 5 tips for a Tokyo trip

  • LIFE

    Hip-hop's fresh, new voice

    B Magazine, Chanun Poomsawai, Published on 26/01/2020

    » The first time Thailand was bitten by the rap/hip-hop bug was way back in the mid-90s, when the then unknown Joey Boy introduced the sound and singlehandedly dominated the genre with a slew of hits ranging from Fun, Fun, Fun to Samakom Ta Chan Diew and Loy Talay. Despite being a playful, largely pop-oriented rapper, there's no denying that he was the one who paved the way for daring trailblazers like Fukking Hero, Buddha Bless and Thaitanium.

  • LIFE

    Abruzzo transported

    Guru, Nianne-Lynn Hendricks, Published on 24/01/2020

    » It is not often one finds an oasis of sorts in the midst of high-rises, especially around hipsterville Thong Lor. Yet, nestled on Sukhumvit 36, a short walk from BTS Thong Lor, lies a new gem.

  • LIFE

    In Fine Style

    B Magazine, Chanun Poomsawai, Published on 12/01/2020

    » Since the dissolution of One Direction in 2015, Harry Styles has been striving for the kind of self-reinvention that would set him apart from his peers. And if the success of his 2017 eponymous solo debut is any indication, he's on the right path towards a flourishing post-boy band career, careening down the highway of 70s-style rock stardom à la Mick Jagger and David Bowie. On his latest studio album Fine Line, these classic rock stylings make way for soaring power pop laced with folk-rock and psychedelia. And despite the record's overall heartbreak theme, Styles sounds more at ease with himself than ever.

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