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    Connecting the dots

    Life, Published on 14/11/2019

    » Entering Amy Diener's apartment is like entering an art gallery. There, she exhibits her art, and no space on the walls is left clear. What connects the works? Dots. You can call Diener "The Dot Girl", as her art is mainly created by dots. Lots of them. And each one is perfectly drawn.

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    Fashion's Odd Couple

    Guru, Pornchai Sereemongkonpol, Published on 15/11/2019

    » "Disaya x Dry Clean Only Bangkok" collection is an unlikely collaboration between two brands, each with a distinctive aesthetic. Disaya "Aom" Sorakraikitikul and her namesake brand is known for being demure, luxurious and feminine and can't be any more contrary to Patipat "Best" Chaipukdee's Dry Clean Only Bangkok, which is known for its street and rebel appeal (that has even won Beyonce's approval).

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    The lost signal

    Life, Melalin Mahavongtrakul, Published on 15/11/2019

    » After bingeing on several international stories on Netflix, Thai audiences are finally getting a taste of home in a new original series The Stranded, which is released today on the streaming platform in 190 countries. It is the first Thai original series to be launched on Netflix.

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    Back to the cave

    Life, Melalin Mahavongtrakul, Published on 19/11/2019

    » Over a year has passed since the Tham Luang cave rescue mission made international headlines. The daring attempt to save the 12 boys and coach of the Wild Boars football team gripped the entire world.

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    Synthesising tolerance and acceptance

    Life, Published on 25/11/2019

    » A total of 59 artists from 15 countries and territories have their works showcased during "Spectrosynthesis II­-- Exposure Of Tolerance: LGBTQ In Southeast Asia", which is running at the Main Gallery of Bangkok Art and Culture Centre, Pathumwan intersection, until March 1 next year.

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    Famed Tokyo sushi restaurant Jiro left dreaming of Michelin stars

    AFP, Published on 26/11/2019

    » TOKYO: A famed Tokyo sushi restaurant where Barack Obama is said to have enjoyed the best sushi of his life has been dropped from the latest Michelin gourmet guide after it stopped accepting reservations from the general public.

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    Time keeps on slippin'

    Life, Suwitcha Chaiyong, Published on 28/11/2019

    » Fourteen years after their debut, Super Junior is still one of Thailand's favourite K-pop groups. Proof? The band's two days of concerts titled "Super Junior World Tour Super Show 8: Infinite Time In Bangkok", which took place last weekend at Impact Arena, saw full-house shows, packed with thousands of fans who dressed up in shades of blue -- the group's official colour. To show their enthusiasm for the concert, their fan club, Everlasting Friends or ELF, created the hashtag #SS8inBKK_Day1 and #SS8inBKK_Day2 on Twitter, which became top trenders for both days.

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    Mykita sees a trendless future

    Life, Tatat Bunnag, Published on 29/11/2019

    » After 10 years of availability at different selected retail shops, Mykita, the high-end eyewear brand from Germany, solidified its expansion into Thailand. The eyewear label recently celebrated the opening of its first flagship store in Southeast Asia, located at Sindhorn Village, central Bangkok, offering a variety of its unique sunglasses and daring frame creations.

  • LIFE

    The BIG Holiday

    Guru, Kankanok Wichiantanon, Published on 29/11/2019

    » Brian Yang is a US-born architect/partner in Bjarke Ingels Group (BIG), an inventive architecture firm based in Copenhagen, New York, London and Barcelona. With 13 years of experience, Yang has been behind many big architecture projects, like the Lego House in Billund, Denmark, and the Shenzhen Energy Mansion in Shenzhen, China. This year, BIG has joined forces with Central Embassy to create festive Christmas-inspired displays throughout the mall's seven floors. Guru talks to Yang to find out about the inspiration behind the first project of BIG in Thailand and what it's like to be part of Central Embassy's big year-end celebrations.

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    The age of angst

    B Magazine, Chanun Poomsawai, Published on 01/12/2019

    » Maybe it's a sign of the times, but taking a look at the young, emerging artists of today, you might notice that a great many of them tend to speak openly about their anxieties and insecurities. Much like her contemporaries Mitski, Hana Vu and Beabadoobee, 18-year-old singer Griff channels all of these feelings through unfiltered lyrics that read like a page out of her diary.

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