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    Where we belong

    Life, Melalin Mahavongtrakul, Published on 17/01/2020

    » From the outside, The Kloset seems like your typical cafe. But upon stepping in and going behind its high wall, you find there's another world, filled with books, board games, and a giant portrait of Cate Blanchett in all her Carol glory that presides over this cosy space.

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    Careful now, Ardal O'Hanlon's in town

    Life, Published on 09/01/2020

    » What better way to start the new year than with a top comedy show? Multi-award-winning comedian, actor and writer Ardal O'Hanlon will be in town to give you a big laugh at Lancaster Hotel Bangkok, New Phetchaburi Road, on Jan 17 starting at 8pm.

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    Connecting the dots

    Life, Published on 14/11/2019

    » Entering Amy Diener's apartment is like entering an art gallery. There, she exhibits her art, and no space on the walls is left clear. What connects the works? Dots. You can call Diener "The Dot Girl", as her art is mainly created by dots. Lots of them. And each one is perfectly drawn.

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    Bigger than the Sun

    Life, Published on 02/01/2020

    » To raise awareness on alternative energy, Bangkok Art and Culture Centre (BACC) has joined hands with the Office of Energy Regulatory Commission to demonstrate lighting installations in the "Jaras Light Fest", which uses solar cells as its energy sources. Located on the 1st and 3rd floors of the BACC, the 11 installations and artworks by four invited artists and eight open-call artists have impressed visitors with a variety of designs and multicoloured lights. The solar panels of artworks have stored energy from the Sun during daytime. As a result, the exhibition is illuminated at night. Before creating their works, artists received a crash course in how solar cells work, so they had ideas on how to apply solar energy to their artworks.

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    What the 2010s taught me

    Guru, Kankanok Wichiantanon, Published on 27/12/2019

    » As 2020 comes a-knocking, Guru asked inspiring Thais what has meant the most to them in the past decade.

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    Santa Clauses are coming to town

    Guru, Pornchai Sereemongkonpol, Published on 20/12/2019

    » We catch up with Michael Biedassek (right) and David Pfizenmaier (left), the Thaigers (Thai-German, got it?) who are behind various campaigns for positive social changes. Michael is the managing director of bangkokvanguards, a purpose-driven travel operator that raises awareness of Bangkok's unexplored communities.

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    Be my guest

    Life, Kong Rithdee, Published on 13/12/2019

    » Some arrived by boat, others by air. Some came when the British still ruled their homeland, others were driven by the bloodshed of The Partition. Some came with numerous gods, others with the one and only Allah. Some came from near Bombay, others from in and around Madras. Some came with the intention of returning, others arrived knowing that there was no going back.

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    Past, present and future

    Life, Suwitcha Chaiyong, Published on 18/12/2019

    » There are always times when we wish we could teleport to any place we want. In 2017, a New York-based Thai artist, Kantapon Metheekul, better known as Gongkan, created Teleport Art, his iconic character in a black circle as a door to instantaneous travel anywhere. Since many people can relate to the unique character, who represents freedom to travel, Teleport Art has broken through into the New York street-art scene.

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    View from the Far South

    Life, Kong Rithdee, Published on 06/12/2019

    » Young men lie face-down on the floor, their hands tied at the back. Uniformed officers punch and kick them. "Squeeze in!" they shout at the men on the ground. More kicks, more punches.

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    Mykita sees a trendless future

    Life, Tatat Bunnag, Published on 29/11/2019

    » After 10 years of availability at different selected retail shops, Mykita, the high-end eyewear brand from Germany, solidified its expansion into Thailand. The eyewear label recently celebrated the opening of its first flagship store in Southeast Asia, located at Sindhorn Village, central Bangkok, offering a variety of its unique sunglasses and daring frame creations.

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