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    Formula for success

    Life, Tatat Bunnag, Published on 30/08/2019

    » How many of you are working in the field in which you studied?

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    The jewel in the crown

    Life, Kanokporn Chanasongkram, Published on 26/07/2019

    » Karl-Friedrich Scheufele's passion for mechanical timepieces led him to return to Chopard's watchmaking roots. The luxury brand's co-president is steering the masculine side of the Swiss maison, better known for its high-end jewellery, frequently seen on celebrities walking the red carpet.

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    Let's Celebrate Social Media Day

    Guru, Pasavat Tanskul, Published on 28/06/2019

    » Fun fact: June 30 is Social Media Day. Yes, it's a thing. The day celebrates social media's use as an effective global communication platform. To honour the occasion, we gathered a few factoids, tidbits and stories relating to social media to see how much it has connected and consumed our lives.

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    A penchant for eclecticism

    Life, Parisa Pichitmarn, Published on 28/06/2019

    » Angela Missoni has an instinctively observant eye befitting a creative director who has helmed her family's fashion brand to global regard for over 20 years. Within the first few seconds of stepping into the new Missoni store which has just opened at Central Embassy, she is quick to catch the discord within the flagship's ambience: the distasteful black tape holding down speaker wires, a hat on a stand angled at a disagreeable position and this writer's purposely mismatched earrings.

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    Siam on the world stage

    Life, Published on 26/06/2019

    » One hundred years ago, on June 28, 1919, the eyes of the world were on the Palace of Versailles outside Paris. There, in the grand Hall of Mirrors, representatives of 31 victorious countries signed the treaty that ended the most gruesome war mankind had ever experienced and dictated the terms of surrender to the defeated Imperial Germany.

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    Glistening with gusto

    Life, Published on 18/06/2019

    » Invariably energetic on the podium, the inspirational Japanese conductor Hide Shindori has made annual visits to direct the Royal Bangkok Symphony Orchestra for quite a few years now, so that returning audiences know exactly what to expect from the podium when he is at the helm. He has a wonderful way with the Classical period masters in particular, and the recent "Italian Festival In Thailand 2019" concert in the small hall of the Thailand Cultural Centre featured joyous, highly listenable works by Josef Haydn, Ignaz Malzat and Mozart which positively glistened with gusto from beginning to end.

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