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    Old-school skincare

    Life, Kanokporn Chanasongkram, Published on 08/05/2018

    » Patting crocodile dung mixed with mud or cyprus oil on the face seems gross but the ancient Greeks and Romans pleasured in this skincare ritual. According to Roman naturalist, Pliny the Elder, it smelled nice since the "crocodilea" was obtained on land where the crocodile grazed on fragrant flowers.


    A smile is a universal language

    Life, Pattramon Sukprasert, Published on 27/09/2016

    » Despite a surgical wound that left a mark over Krithee Tipjan's upper lip, he's a happy child who always has a smile as a gift for the people around him.


    I salute you, scout's honour

    Brunch, Andrew Biggs, Published on 08/06/2014

    » Back when I was a little boy growing up in Sunnybank, my parents, having exhausted all other attempts at roping in my behaviour, decided that scouts might be a good idea.


    In all fairness ...

    Brunch, Andrew Biggs, Published on 22/06/2014

    » One of the happiest countries on earth is Norway, the Scandinavian country to the west of Sweden that juts out, blissfully, into the Norwegian Sea.


    Christmas Celebrations

    Life, Published on 16/12/2013

    » Festive Celebrations


    A Heart-Warming christmas

    Life, Published on 19/12/2013

    » The Rain Tree Café: Turn your Christmas Dinner into a spectacular feast featuring succulent butterball turkey, spicy herbed lamb rack and smoked pork chop. Plus glorious seafood of Fine de Claire oysters, Maine lobster, Alaskan king crab and tiger prawns. Not to mention duck breast stuffed with prune, Peking duck and foie gras terrine? Our all-inclusive a la carte menu ranges from salmon tartar with quail egg to warm lobster salad and more...


    A life aquatic

    Life, Smith Sutibut, Published on 25/06/2012

    » Amid the vast azure body of water, some 10m in front of the boat, the massive grey bulk of a marine creature pushes itself out of the surface without any warning. It slowly opens its mouth until you can see the pink palate and the yellow baleen plates along the length of the jaw. Schools of small fish scatter out of the gaping hole, like water that is boiling over, and the creature's mouth closes as it sinks below the surface. The boat's prow just misses a direct collision.

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