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    Defeating death

    Life, Tatat Bunnag, Published on 02/07/2019

    » Losing people you love is hard. Accepting loss is extremely challenging. People from different cultures and religious backgrounds have their own beliefs on how to deal with grief, or whether or not there's life after death.

  • LIFE

    Asean films receive special showcase

    Life, Kong Rithdee, Published on 04/07/2018

    » The riches of Southeast Asian stories and images are celebrated at the 4th Bangkok Asean Film Festival, which opens tonight at SF CentralWorld and runs until Sunday. Hosted by the Thai Ministry of Culture, this year's edition marks the 51st anniversary of the Association of Southeast Asian Nations, the regional body whose primary mission is economics and which increasingly pays more heed to cultural promotion.

  • LIFE

    Music master finds new pet, Tye flings mud, Toy's tantrum

    News, Mae Moo, Published on 26/05/2019

    » The wife of Thai national artist Chonlathee Thanthong is resisting his demands for a divorce, denying claims of assault and insisting he wants to end their union to marry a woman young enough to be his niece.

  • LIFE

    A visual feast

    B Magazine, Arusa Pisuthipan, Published on 11/11/2018

    » A visit to Vatican City can cause a neck sprain due to its 360 degrees of sheer beauty. It is simply a visual feast.

  • LIFE

    Love, always

    Muse, Parisa Pichitmarn, Published on 11/08/2018

    » Flowers are always a nice gesture, but ones that can last forever are sure to give you a better run for your money. Why not gift mum with some jewellery pieces that come with the floral sentiment? Flowery assortments from Swarovski come in contemporary designs which feature a timeless black and white colour combo. They've also got a pearl option where they can be removed from the earring to channel the asymmetrical earring trend. If you want real diamonds, Tilda's Mother's Day collection features florals which also hold symbolic meaning through eight flower petals. Eight represents infinity, or infinite love in Western culture, while signifying wealth, or infinite fortune in Chinese culture. Otherwise, seal your love with hearts from Pandora which also comes in rose or golden hues this season. Their iconic logo and heart-shaped charms come in sweet colours that will blend right in with your staple silver set, while there are also letter charms to spell out your appreciation for mum.

  • LIFE

    Tri-part beauty triumph

    Muse, Published on 28/07/2018

    » Zen event area, CentralWorld

  • LIFE

    What's trending and happening this week

    Muse, Published on 10/06/2017

    » 1. This weekend, the Open House at Central Embassy is pampering all arts and crafts lovers with a Calligraphy Workshop by Sorravis, where beginners can enjoy the art of creating exquisite and graceful letters through basic techniques of calligraphy. To join, simply present a receipt worth 500 baht. Kids can enjoy a cookie painting workshop where they can design their very own fancy cookies. The voucher costs only 100 baht and can be purchased at the Concierge Counter in front of Open Playground zone. Both workshops are from 12-7pm. For reservations, call 02-119-7777 ext 2001.

  • LIFE

    What's trending and happening this week

    Muse, Apipar Norapoompipat, Published on 26/08/2017

    » 1. Freelance photographer and visual storyteller Adam Birkan is back with his third solo photography show in Bangkok. HopeLand, hosted at JAM Cafe Bangkok, will feature Birkan's distant but poetic photos of everyday situations from broken down cars to random soi dogs taken from his apartment window within a period of 18 months. His minimalistic and colourful style gives the everyday a new and interesting perspective. The opening party will be next Saturday from 7pm till midnight. A limited edition HopeLand zine will be for sale for that night only.

  • LIFE

    Into the strange forest

    Life, Kong Rithdee, Published on 09/09/2016

    » The dirt road is dry and red, scorched by the Isan sun. The headmaster is wary, sardonic, and enervated by the heat. The students, or at least some of them, are bored and ironic ("What do you want to be when you grow up?" a teacher asks. "A bank robber," he deadpans.) Next to this poor state school is a forest, sun-dappled, mysterious and probably haunted. Girls are warned not to go in there because they may never come back out.

  • TRAVEL

    Away

    Life, Pichaya Svasti, Published on 24/12/2015

    » To welcome 2016, Bangkok and several cities around Thailand will host a range of activities starting with the countdown on New Year's Eve, then New Year's Day and beyond. Here is a list of events planned in Bangkok and elsewhere:

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