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    Heart with a petit h

    Muse, Napamon Roongwitoo, Published on 17/08/2013

    » 'What's the craziest thing you've ever done?" a journalist asked when Pascale Mussard took the media on a tour through the ground floor of Hermes shop in Singapore, which had been completely transformed to welcome the arrival of the brand's new metier, "petit h". With an endearing laugh, she extended her arms and declared: "This! Petit h!"

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    The human element

    Life, Napamon Roongwitoo, Published on 08/10/2013

    » According to a survey conducted by Boston Consulting Group and The World Federation of People Management Associations in 2012, one of the key areas in which high-performing companies differ substantially from low-performing ones is their ability to do more to attract, develop and retain talented people.

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    King of the castle, Princess of the cat walk

    Muse, Napamon Roongwitoo, Published on 30/11/2013

    » When the photographer instructed real estate tycoon Songkran Issara and his daughter Karatphet to show some affection, there was not a hint of emotional distance between them as the shutter clicked away. The pair, who bear a striking resemblance, seemed completely at ease, radiating a vibe of warmth and love.

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    Resolving to create a new you

    Muse, Napamon Roongwitoo, Published on 04/01/2014

    » Many of us include "lose weight!" among our New Year resolutions, year after year, but never manage to stick, for very long, with whatever slimming regime we choose.

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    Tradition and transition

    Life, Napamon Roongwitoo, Published on 29/01/2014

    » The sight and sound of construction brings eyesores and promises. Chinatown, one of the Bangkok's oldest neighbourhoods, is undergoing a significant transformation, and for those who make a trip there during the Chinese New Year festival, which begins today, the old-school charm and the signs of progress are dual pulls to the city's famous quarters.

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    Prying eyes

    Life, Napamon Roongwitoo, Published on 22/04/2014

    » There’s something about social media that shows us the darker side of our society, thanks to the anonymity of users. On one hand, it is good to know what others honestly think. On the other, the truth can be downright terrifying, such as the issue of paedophilia, or sexual attraction to children.

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    Completely clarifying

    Muse, Napamon Roongwitoo, Published on 31/05/2014

    » Each day, our skin, nature’s barrier to protect our body, works hard to safeguard us from pollution, dirt and other external aggressors. While we try to help make its job a bit easier by slathering on layers of moisturiser, sunscreen and make-up, we could potentially end up creating extra burdens for it, overloading it with hard-to-remove substances. These stubborn residues, in turn, coat the skin with a dull patina, robbing it of its natural radiance and reducing its ability to "breathe".

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    #FuneralTalk

    Guru, Napamon Roongwitoo, Published on 29/01/2016

    » My grandfather passed away when I was eight, and while I can’t remember much about his funeral, I remember thinking all of my aunties looked a bit odd without their usual make-up and hairdos. They told me they weren’t allowed to dress up while mourning.

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