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    Mission Possible

    Muse, Published on 21/07/2018

    » Launch of Breitling "Squad On A Mission" campaign and Navitimer 8

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    The tragedy behind the triumph

    Life, Tatat Bunnag, Published on 09/08/2019

    » The life of a professional athlete may appear to be nothing but glamorous and prestigious to those on the outside. But there's often a lot more going on behind the scenes than we're aware of.

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    The skin I live in

    Life, Kong Rithdee, Published on 11/01/2019

    » The body is a temple. But it can also be a torture chamber, from which escape, while possible, is soul-crushing. Lukas Dhont's Girl is an emphatic, moving story about Lara (Victor Polster), a Belgian trans teen at an elite ballet school who's going through male-to-female gender reassignment. That she has to contend with her own hormones and pre-assigned biological specifics, as well as the fact that her chosen career mandates extreme rigour in how the body should bend and behave, Lara's fight is nothing short of heroic. And in that vein, the film is as well.

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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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    The sensation of all senses

    Life, Parisa Pichitmarn, Published on 07/09/2018

    » 'Do you like The Beatles?" is one of the first questions Maribel asks me during our consultation before the treatment starts. "Well, even if you don't, you don't have a choice. You'll just have to listen to it anyway," she quips.

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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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    An imperfect world

    Life, Kong Rithdee, Published on 21/05/2019

    » Even on the ground at the Cannes Film Festival, what people seemed to be anticipating most on Monday was, well, the final episode of Game Of Thrones. No, it wasn't being shown at the festival (how unbecoming that would be), but isn't it a sign of our times that a TV episode has the Valyrian-steel nerve to dominate global discussion and upstage the world's biggest film showcase?

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    Sleeping Beauty hopes to awaken audiences

    Life, Published on 20/05/2019

    » In what is sure to be one of Bangkok's cultural highlights, Rising Star Dance Studio is presenting its version of the Sleeping Beauty ballet next month.

  • LIFE

    Once upon a time on the French Riviera

    Life, Kong Rithdee, Published on 14/05/2019

    » The spectacle ahead will -- hopefully (cinema sages are an optimistic bunch) -- be spectacular. The 72nd Cannes Film Festival opens tonight and there are all manner of curiosities to look forward to: an army of hipster zombies; Margot Robbie as Sharon Tate; Korean parasites; a Maradona doc; an Elton John biopic; Islamic extremism in Belgium; British miserabilism (Brexit and other demons); and, of course, Elle Fanning on the red carpet for 11 days straight, performing jury duty at the world's most reported, most hyped and most influential film festival.

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    Five minutes with Tyler Brule

    Life, Published on 24/11/2017

    » While other brands that Sansiri has invested in gallop toward the unconventional future, Monocle still proudly finds itself firmly rooted in yesteryear's world of print. However, today, Monocle is not only a monthly magazine, but an all-encompassing brand that can also claim cafes, retail stores and radio stations. Bangkok will be the home of the first Monocle Residence in the world, although much debate is still going on about its exact fitting location. We ask its chairman and editor-in-chief about how he has brought about the success of one of the world's most influential and elite magazine brands

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