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    One-way ticket girl

    Guru, Mika Apichatsakol, Published on 10/06/2016

    » We've all fantasised about leaving it all behind to explore the world full-time, but let's be real — how many of us would realistically opt out of stability and having nice stuff? Kookai — Piyapattra Chaimahawong — is one former-Bangkokian who took the road less-travelled. In November of 2015, the then 22-year-old ran with her instincts, quitting her job, putting her apartment on lease and buying a one-way ticket out of town. The spur of the moment decision ended up leading her to finding sustainability in being a digital nomad as well as a loving travel companion, Mathieu. Guru catches up with the travel bug to talk about living a location-independent life and her blog,


    When Thai people gather

    Guru, Mika Apichatsakol, Published on 04/11/2016

    » This country may have a reputation for indifference, but there have been a few instances in recent memory which we can also be a population of the least chill. Because when it comes to matters of the heart -- our hearts -- we'll waste no time getting to the epicentre of what matters most, demonstrating this incredible and insuppressible passion. This week, we'd like to remember, through photographs, a few major occasions in which our love for something brought us together, physically, in one space.


    That one friend

    Guru, Mika Apichatsakol, Published on 09/09/2016

    » This week in Guru, we celebrate the oddballs in our lives. Those people we know who are "a little" off-centre, regular commuters on the road less travelled, you know, the unicorns. Every so often, for selfish reasons, we might wish they were a little more "normal", but always immediately after saying that, we eat our words realising the tragedy we've just described. So let's take some time to identify and appreciate the people who entertain us by just being them. Here are nine of the most common weirdos in any Bangkokian social circle.


    Doodling dreams

    Guru, Mika Apichatsakol, Published on 19/08/2016

    » In the wake of news about a certain multinational corporation shamelessly stealing intellectual property from independent designers who weren't "big enough" to matter, we were reminded of why it's important to give artists our backing. So, we scoured the streets -- or more so the digital lanes of Facebook and Instagram -- for local imaginations worth following and getting to know. The result is an eclectic pick of illustrators and designers we think could very well be the next Jeepjeep, Wisut or Sundae Kids.


    On the marc

    Guru, Mika Apichatsakol, Published on 04/03/2016

    » On your last trip to Tokyo, remember that one guilty-pleasure commercial croissant cafe that seemed to be everywhere? And those chocolate croissants that nearly every customer seemed to be eating? This need not be a distant vacation memory, because St. Marc Cafe has extended its franchises to Thailand.  


    Derek You-lander

    Guru, Mika Apichatsakol, Published on 19/02/2016

    » Models. They are more than just bodies that make clothes look like happiness and self-worth. We come to admire models beyond the brands they adorn, seeing them not as nameless trend-wearers, but as the shining trend themselves. Indeed, the most instinctive way to stay current with fashion and style is to follow top models. Yes, walk behind them in the shadows and study their moves, from their editorial posing game to how they eat cheeseburgers. In other words, stalk them on Instagram. And who better to stalk on Instagram right now than the really, really, really ridiculously good-looking inventor of “Blue Steel” and number-one male model in the world? Earth to you, it's Derek Zoolander. Here are seven Zoolander trends from his Instagram that we need to get on top of ASAP!

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