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    Raising the yellow flag

    Life, Pimrapee Thungkasemvathana, Published on 30/09/2014

    » The sky above Chinatown is blocked by a dense layer of yellow flags and lanterns and banners; the air heavy with grease from industrial-sized frying pans. Navigating Yaowarat with any form of transportation, on foot or on a bus, during the past week has been more chaotic than ever. The annual Vegetarian Festival, which ends on Thursday, is celebrated not by just believers, young and old, in white and in every other colour, but also by the media and sponsors ranging from banks to amusement parks.


    Dek Thai 4.0

    Guru, Pornchai Sereemongkonpol, Published on 12/01/2018

    » Thai Children's Day is tomorrow and it's time to change you profile picture to when you were younger and cuter (and weren't liable to pay taxes). We here at Guru would like to celebrate this special day with some outstanding kids who have achieved unique accomplishments before they hit 18.


    Married, divorced, now good friends

    Life, Published on 14/02/2017

    » On Valentine's Day, people talk about love. But what does that really mean? Life spoke to two couples who have broken up yet continue to love one another, showing how romance can evolve and mature with age


    A life lived in camera

    Brunch, Sithikorn Wongwudthianun, Published on 01/01/2016

    » When the water cannon fires and the tear gas shoots overhead, one group is not running away _ although we are keen not to break our equipment. Press photographers are among those rare people _ like emergency service personnel _ who run towards danger, whether it's a violent political demonstration, massive flood or a crime scene.


    By fits and starts 

    Guru, Adam Kohut, Published on 27/11/2015

    » My breakfast this morning has consisted of the following: pancakes with fruit and honey (3); a small flank steak (1) and an onsen (Japanese, I think, for "disgusting") egg; the contents of a three-tiered tray piled with various fruits, cold cuts and cheeses (all); a rose-coloured health drink (1 bottle, possibly beetroot); a croissant (1); bacon (strips, 3); and hot coffee (1 cup).


    Old school

    Life, Melalin Mahavongtrakul, Published on 06/05/2015

    » In the morning, everyone in the house gets ready and leaves for school or work. Tarn Sethaya, 77, also leaves for school — as do most of the people his age who live in Cheongdoi municipality in Chiang Mai.


    Shaped by their childhoods

    Muse, Published on 10/01/2015

    » To mark National Children's Day, Muse sits down with four prominent women to examine how their upbringings made them who they are today


    Freinds in need

    Brunch, Published on 21/09/2014

    » Sibie is a two-year-old female Siberian husky who was abandoned at a shelter. She has been neutered and vaccinated.


    Simple sophistications

    Guru, Richard Mcleish, Published on 05/09/2014

    » Time to eat? After the big successes of Supanniga Eating Room, a follow-up venue was always going to attract a lot of interest. The policy is the same — "the best ingredients we can find from the places we like, cooked the way we like," says co-owner Tatchai Nakapan. While Thong Lor almost sells itself as a dining destination, the big new variable in play at EAT is the mall location, putting the traditional flavours in a challenging new context. It's positioned upstairs at Groove in an irregular-shaped room, which affords it good vantage of the open kitchen as well as natural light from above (something that's missing at other Groove venues). Its modest dimensions mean that much of the prep work (sauces, etc) is still done in Thong Lor, but the cooking is now on show — a luring new element. There's space enough for 40 diners inside, while another 15 can fit out the front where the mall makes more of an impact and the seats are less comfy. Plenty of worker bees from nearby offices were present on the early evening we visited, as well as important-looking Thais and curious tourists from nearby hotels.


    Friends in need

    Brunch, Published on 17/08/2014

    » Daranee and Siranee are two devoted sisters who should be adopted together. Daranee is very pretty and friendly, and Siranee has a cheeky face and is a bit shy. They have been together since they were puppies and need each other's support. They would make wonderful pets.

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