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    Dinner talk on the safe use of cannabis

    Life, Published on 28/03/2023

    » The supply and use of cannabis at retail dispensaries, restaurants and cafes has grown at an incredible pace, but do we really know the safe and sensible way to engage with this plant?

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    It seemed a good idea at the time

    News, Roger Crutchley, Published on 27/11/2022

    » The annual elephant festival in Surin attracted more than the usual attention last week after featuring an attempt to enter the hallowed Guinness Book of Records. Alas, the only record achieved was that hundreds of student "volunteers" roasted in the sun, exposed for hours to high temperatures reaching 39C.

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    Mango sticky rice-eating Milli drops album on YouTube

    Life, Suwitcha Chaiyong, Published on 22/11/2022

    » In the middle of November, Danupha "Milli" Khanatheerakul, a Thai rapping sensation, released her 10-track album Babb Bum Bum (Extravagant) on YouTube. Most people recognise Milli as the singer who caused mango sticky rice sales to surge after she ate the dessert onstage at Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival in the US. Babb Bum Bum proves that this 20-year-old rapper is not famous by chance. Milli is a versatile performer who works hard to achieve her goal.

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    Milli and Mamuang

    Guru, Pornchai Sereemongkonpol, Published on 22/04/2022

    » Thailand's collective appetite for mango and sticky rice went through the roof when Thai teen rapper Milli, whose real name is Danupha Khanatheerakul, performed on the stage of Coachella 2022 on Sunday.

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    Moral conundrum

    Oped, Postbag, Published on 15/01/2022

    » Re: "Bill on media council gets cabinet nod," (BP, Jan 13). When we read in "Bill on media council gets cabinet nod" that "the exercise of media freedoms must not infringe on social mores", all who value good public morals will be deeply concerned. This must be so since being a social mores never has and cannot of itself guarantee that any belief, custom, or attitude is morally good.

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    History seen through a photographer's eye

    Life, Published on 10/05/2021

    » Captivating and appalling moments in history are recounted in a one-of-a-kind fashion during "365° (365 degrees)", which will be running at River City Bangkok for three months from Saturday to Aug 15.

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    Stay In, Stay Safe

    Guru, Pornchai Sereemongkonpol, Published on 30/04/2021

    » Everyone would agree that staying in is the best policy at the moment given that the current surge of Miss Rona in Thailand is most severe, yet. In good conscience, we don't want to encourage you to go out. But fret not, as Guru has once again saved the day with ideas to help spruce up another bout of self-isolation during this quasi-lockdown.

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    Afternoon tea, five ways

    Guru, Kankanok Wichiantanon, Published on 05/03/2021

    » Scones with jam and clotted cream, dainty cucumber sandwiches and mini desserts have always been part of British afternoon tea tradition and they are all delightful. However, here in Asia we have learnt to add Asian touches to the classic. Guru lists a few places where you can enjoy a lovely afternoon with delights from our side of the world.

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    The year ahead

    Guru, Eric E Surbano, Published on 01/01/2021

    » 2021 is finally here and we can finally put "The Year That Must Not Be Named" behind us! Though we're not entirely out of the woods yet, the fact remains that a new year means we can turn a new leaf and look forward to the things yet to come this year. Here is a list of things that are in store for us, which hopefully -- fingers crossed -- may actually take place this year.

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    Well, after that things can only get better

    News, Roger Crutchley, Published on 27/12/2020

    » What a dreadful year. We found ourselves having to tackle a whole new vocabulary and most of the words were enough to make even the most optimistic among us depressed. It all began in March with "self-isolation", a horrible expression inferring you have become a hermit, hidden away, exiled, incommunicado, which in fact is exactly what we were.

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