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    From Belize with love

    Brunch, Chanun Poomsawai, Published on 26/05/2019

    » Ariel Zetina may be best known as one of Chicago's fiercest DJs (the Mother of the Windy City Club Scene, as some have suitably appointed her), but she's more than meets the eye. Having come from a theatre and poetry background, the American-Belizean artist is well-versed in cutting-edge performance art. In fact, her first foray into music-making was born out of necessity, simply because she couldn't find a piece of music that would fit a show she was working on as part of collaborative performance art group Witch Hazel. After relocating to Chicago some years later, she finally found her place and essentially herself in the city's thriving queer/trans club scene, which provided her with the impetus to fuse house and techno sounds with her own multicultural flavours.


    An exhibition to remember

    Life, Yvonne Bohwongprasert, Published on 28/05/2019

    » Contemporary artist Tawan Wattuya's latest art exhibition, "Amnesia", is a revival of memories in watercolours.


    South Korea's biting satirist Bong strikes Cannes gold

    AFP, Published on 26/05/2019

    » CANNES: South Korea's Bong Joon-ho has confirmed his status as one of world's greatest directors with his Cannes film festival win for "Parasite", a fabulously funny morality tale about the widening gap between rich and poor.


    30 shades of Guerlain

    Life, Published on 24/05/2019

    » Staged at the striking Pearl Bangkok building, the launch of L'Essentiel Natural Glow Foundation was hosted by Guerlain brand manager Jirapa Phongcharoensirikul, who invited beauty influencers, make-up artists and other guests to check out the new complexion product enriched with skincare ingredients, available in 30 shades.


    Omani writer wins Man Booker literature prize

    AFP, Published on 22/05/2019

    » LONDON: Jokha Alharthi on Tuesday became the first Arabic author to win the Man Booker International prize for her novel "Celestial Bodies" which reveals her Omani homeland's post-colonial transformation.


    Get your stoner-rock kicks at Pink Cloud Festival

    Life, Gary Boyle, Published on 21/05/2019

    » Some concert promoters are out to make as much money as possible, bringing in only the safest acts that are guaranteed seat-fillers. Others bring in their favourite bands just to see them play in Thailand. Supakit "Dew" Supha is thankfully in the latter camp.

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