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    Sticking the world together

    Life, Parisa Pichitmarn, Published on 09/09/2014

    » Eighteen billion stickers are sent through Line every day. The emotions they carry with them however, are boundlessly immeasurable. This green-iconed chatting application has changed the way we communicate, merely through its infectious selection of cheeky rabbits and poker-faced bears. 


    To markets, To (Indie) markets

    Guru, Pornchai Sereemongkonpol, Published on 12/09/2014

    » You would think Bangkokians have their shopping needs fulfilled to the brim already, given the ever-growing number of malls out there. To the contrary, there are many more special marketplaces that are popping up around the capital to offer different vibes and goodies. This weekend alone there will be two niche markets – Million Bike Market for bicyclists and Pet Design Fair for dog and cat people. We have decided to help you diversify your shopping experience with our pick of indie markets. We can’t be held responsible if you run out of cash before the end of the month, though.


    Buddha high on a mountain

    News, King-oua Laohong, Published on 15/03/2014

    » Multi-tiered bamboo scaffolding rises up to the apex of a stupa that will enshrine the Lord Buddha’s relics in the heart of the country’s highest national park, Doi Inthanon, evoking a feeling of co-existence between man and nature.


    Pitfalls and curveballs: Common errors expats make

    Spectrum, Andrew Wood, Published on 21/07/2013

    » Ignorance and inertia are often the biggest hurdles expats must overcome when living in Asia. Today we'll look at some of the more common and costly errors.


    Taking the canal option

    News, Supoj Wancharoen, Published on 23/03/2013

    » Long-suffering Bangkok commuters would be forgiven for feeling left out of the planning mix, despite all the promises made during the recent governor election, but some consolation is heading their way in the form of a revived water transport system.


    A vanishing northern tradition

    News, Published on 23/03/2013

    » More than just a traditional way of farming is vanishing with the slow but inexorable decline of buffaloes in the North. Not being ones to waste anything, the people of the region are also rueing the loss of certain culinary arts of which the buffalo is an intrinsic part.


    Do not pass

    Guru, Pornchai Sereemongkonpol, Published on 30/03/2012

    » The recent fight between BTS security guards and an Irish man over his daughter's balloons at Phrom Phong station produced one good thing. It's now etched in people's minds (probably for the first time) that innocent balloons are forbidden within the Skytrain system because they are inflammable and, therefore, considered a threat to passenger safety. There goes our plan to suck in helium and talk funny to pass time on the train.


    Reduced toNun

    Life, Published on 13/02/2012

    » With no more weight on her shoulders, no more hair on her head, she watches the people pray for a better next life. And she quietly postulates. A mountain monkey scratches its head.


    Thon Buri Mosque Tour

    Life, Published on 02/01/2012

    » The Siam Society is organising a trip to three remarkable mosques in Thon Buri on Jan 21.

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