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    A real-life fairy tale

    Life, Published on 27/03/2018

    » It all began in 1871 when 17-year-old member of Austria's aristocracy Erwin Mueller decided to take up a job as a store clerk in Hamburg, Germany, instead of fulfilling his father's dream of walking an academic path and serving the country. There he met German pharmacy student Bernhard Grimm who interned at the shop's chemical section.

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    A Noodle's Tale

    Brunch, Suthon Sukphisit, Published on 18/02/2018

    » Noodle trends in Thailand come in waves; movements initiated by both sellers and customers. But the popularity of noodles won't go away any time soon. It's like reading a never-ending novel.

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    Angkrit Ajchariyasophon takes over Speedy Grandma

    Life, Ariane Kupferman-Sutthavong, Published on 08/02/2018

    » 'It's my solo exhibition and these are all invited artists," Angkrit Ajchariyasophon quipped, pointing to the white panel boards from which 20 paintings hang -- each of them authored by a different artist but none by Angkrit himself.

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    The circle of life

    Life, Published on 07/02/2018

    » Ouroboros and a traditional Thai folk game are the sources of inspiration for four Thai artists who will present their conceptual installation art during "Ouroboros -- Ngu-Kin-Hang" at Bridge Art Space from Friday until March 9.

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    It's all in the stars

    Life, Vanniya Sriangura, Published on 08/12/2017

    » Months of kitchen rumours, speculations from experts and chef anxieties are finally over.

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    A recipe for harmony on the streets of Bangkok

    Brunch, Suthon Sukphisit, Published on 28/05/2017

    » When the Bangkok Metropolitan Administration (BMA) announced its decision to clear vendors from the city's streets, they didn't present a clear-cut plan for the procedure. Many wondered where the vendors would be moved to. Others asked if sellers would quit their livelihoods altogether and find a different job once and for all.

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    A place among the dead

    Life, Anchalee Kongrut, Published on 26/07/2016

    » Cemeteries are a sanctuary for the dead and the mourners. But the Bangkok Protestant Cemetery on Charoen Krung 72/5, known as Soi Susan Farang, has been known as a tourist attraction, due to the beautiful architecture of the memorial sites and splendidly carved gravestones. The cemetery, besides being one of the oldest burial grounds that remain unaffected by the urban development of the city, has a cultural value as a testament of foreign cultures present in Thailand from the mid-19th century until the present day.

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    Savoury spin-off

    Guru, Pornchai Sereemongkonpol, Published on 08/07/2016

    » Following the success of the first OSHA Thai Restaurant & Bar on Witthayu Road, OSHA Café recently opened at Asiatique as the more affordable younger cousin with all new offerings. This, by no means, the café is downsizing on flavour.

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    Cinema scope

    Life, Published on 12/07/2016

    » Decades have passed since the residents of Bang Rak have been able to count a proper cinema in their vicinity. The tight-knit neighbourhood -- sited near the river and the financial downtown of Silom -- is known for its kaleidoscopic mix of architecture, mom-and-pop businesses and narrow streets, and the district was once home to several stand-alone cinemas all within walking distance of each other. Over the years, those cinemas went out of business as Bangkok expanded to the north and east, and disinvestment gradually drained the old-fashioned district of some vitality.

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    Retro grade

    Life, Pattramon Sukprasert, Published on 09/12/2015

    » Charoen Krung Road, Thailand's first road completed in 1864, was once a hub of prosperity, rich with money, culture and diversity. Now in 2015, the road that runs past the Old City, along the river all the way to Thanon Tok, has enjoyed an urban revival. Once home to expats, embassies, religious and ethnic communities and shophouses, the road and its many sois have now been enlivened by a younger vibe, from Maitri Chit Road near Yaowarat (Chinatown) to the galleries in mid-Charoen Krung.

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