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    Omega women

    Life, Apipar Norapoompipat, Published on 09/11/2018

    » For 170 years, Swiss luxury-watch company Omega has been pushing the frontiers of precision in horology, proven by the calibre of individuals donning Omega's timepieces on their wrists. From John F. Kennedy to Neil Armstrong to North Pole explorer Ralph Plaisted, watches like the Speedmaster and Seamaster have been cemented in some of the most important moments and milestones in world history.

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    Every molecule of Marina

    Life, Published on 31/10/2018

    » Marina Abramovic, sitting in the tearoom of a Bangkok hotel, was talking animatedly about the first time she learned to cook Thai food in the early 1980s.

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    Sir Elton starts long goodbye with Yellow Brick Road tour

    Life, Published on 11/09/2018

    » Elton John took fans down memory lane as he launched his "Farewell Yellow Brick Road" world tour that will bring his touring career to an end.

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    It's a long way to the top

    Muse, Published on 30/06/2018

    » Arantxa Sánchez, who won four Grand Slam singles titles, six Grand Slam women's doubles titles, and four Grand Slam mixed doubles titles, competed in an exhibition match last month in Paris after the finals of the Boys and Girls 13 and under cohort of the Longines Future Tennis Aces tournament.

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    Taking the long view

    Life, Sawarin Suwichakornpong, Published on 19/10/2017

    » In Greek mythology, Mnemosyne is the goddess of memory. Impregnated by Zeus, she gave birth to the nine muses with whom artists, poets, musicians, writers and historians are familiar. As a daughter of Uranus, Mnemosyne is also a goddess of time; she provides the role of rote memorisation and invents language and words where her daughters, the muses, pick up and render them. She is a goddess that makes memory alive and is often acquainted with vivid remembrance.

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    Mellow gold

    Life, Published on 13/11/2018

    » Last Wednesday, Japanese recording artist and producer Keigo Oyamada, better known by his stage name Cornelius, returned to Bangkok for the first time in five years. The show, "Singha Light Live Series Vol 3.3" organised by Have You Heard?, was part of a tour to promote his latest record Mellow Waves. And he treated his fans to a spectacular night.

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    So Long and So Many Tanks For All The Fish

    Brunch, Published on 04/10/2015

    » Visarute Angkatavanich became an instant sensation when the iPhone 6s was launched last month. He played no part in creating the phone’s 3D touchscreen technology or upgrading the fingerprint scanner, but after one look at Apple’s newest creation attention turned to him. The wallpaper features bright, colourful Siamese fighting fish that bear a striking similarity to the 45-year-old photographer’s signature images.

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    Just like honey

    Brunch, Chanun Poomsawai, Published on 11/11/2018

    » In her own curated Spotify playlist "The Music That Inspired Honey", Robyn has put together more than a handful of tracks that helped will her long-anticipated sixth album into existence. Opening with the celebrated Soviet pianist Emil Gilels' rendition of Mozart's Piano Sonata No.14b In C Minor, K457: II Adagio, the playlist encapsulates her wide-ranging taste in music as it flits from the funk/soul/disco of the 70s (Gwen McCrae, George McCrae, Sylvester, Mary Clark) to a full spectrum of electronic music ranging from ambient and IDM to house and techno (Brian Eno, Aphex Twin, DJ Koze, Bicep, Roman Flügel). Listening to the record, one could almost trace all of these influences which are strewn across its nine tracks, precisely making up 40 minutes of thoughtful, unadulterated pop exhilaration.

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    Life is short, Lav is long

    Life, Kong Rithdee, Published on 04/01/2015

    » The longest film at the 18th Thai Short Film and Video Festival will run at 250 minutes. That's not particularly short, but it speaks volumes about the cinematic health and enthusiasm offered by the festival that runs until Sept 7.

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    Big in Japan

    Life, Melalin Mahavongtrakul, Published on 09/11/2018

    » The 31st Tokyo International Film Festival wrapped up last weekend, with French drama Amanda taking home the Tokyo Grand Prix and Best Screenplay awards. Director Mikhaël Hers' third feature, Amanda tells the story of a young man who cares for his orphaned niece following his sister's death in a delicate tale of familial love and how people cope with tragedy.

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