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    Election Made Easy

    Guru, Pornchai Sereemongkonpol, Published on 22/03/2019

    » The general election is this Sunday, baby! Aren't you stoked to be able to exercise your right to vote again after a five-year absence (or eight, if you take into consideration that the 2014 general election was deemed invalid by the Constitutional Court). Anywhoo, it can be overwhelming to digest all the information, campaign videos, memes, pictures of hot candidates and fake news that have flooded your Facebook newsfeed lately. Perhaps, it's best to judge our candidates based on their parties' policies and proposals, and Bangkok Poll on Sunday revealed that 97% of respondents in their latest survey will vote on Mar 24 and more than half said party policies will be the first factor when deciding which candidates to vote for.

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    Delight in every bite

    Guru, Nianne-Lynn Hendricks, Published on 19/10/2018

    » It is not often that one expects to find a gem in the food hall of a department store. However, the Flour Shoppe is just that -- a hidden gem. Tucked at the back of Central Chidlom's Food Hall with a small outdoor terrace, the eatery specialises in southern American and classic American diner fare. Chef and patron Brian Hill is a pastry chef at heart but since he grew up in the US, decided to incorporate his favourite food into a menu that will have you salivating in no time.

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    The beholder of the eye

    Life, Published on 24/07/2018

    » The overuse of tiny screens is known to potentially cause big vision problems. The eyes can get exhausted after looking at smartphones, tablets or computers for too long. The exposure to blue light may hurt your eyesight and cause blurry vision or even long-term nearsightedness.

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    No FIFA FOMO

    Guru, Eric E Surbano, Published on 29/06/2018

    » We are smack in the middle of the World Cup, and unlike Americans who use phrases like "World Series" or "World Champions" despite having only American participants, the majority of the world is actually involved in this tournament. There's only about two weeks left, but there are a lot of matches to watch and a whole lot of World Cup to keep you going. Fortunately, Bangkok is high on the World Cup fever, and we've got a number of places you can visit to keep that high.

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    Check mates

    Brunch, Published on 03/12/2017

    » It's back. From the moment you turn down Sukhumvit Soi 33 for a short 50-metre jaunt to the arched entryway at the familiar black and white sign, you know you are entering the creative world of Chris Catto-Smith's Check Inn 99 in Bangkok. The seven-nights-a-week live entertainment and events venue, known for its good vibrations, jazzy interior and tasty tapas, has a kaleidoscopic history, both ancient and recent.

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    New timepieces appeal to men's passion for speed

    Life, Published on 29/09/2017

    » As men have a penchant for cars and timepieces, prestigious watch maisons collaborated with leading automakers in producing a series of "wearable engines". Here are some of the latest models driven by haute horlogerie that requires an investment as large as an expensive motor car.

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    Teutonic challenge

    Life, Richard Leu, Published on 28/04/2017

    » Audi has rolled out its second-gen RS5 Coupe and BMW's immediate answer is the M4 CS — with levelling on-paper performance

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    Keeping it fresh

    Brunch, Published on 09/10/2016

    » Everywhere you go in Greece, you will see many very elderly people. The Mediterranean diet, with its high consumption of fruit, vegetables, seafood, nuts and olive oil alongside moderate amounts of red meat, is known as the healthiest in the world.

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    Becoming your own fuel supply

    Life, Pattramon Sukprasert, Published on 07/06/2016

    » Remote and mountainous, Pa Deng is an area in which your mobile reception will be completely lost, but in this Kang Krachan, Phetchaburi, neighbourhood, a telephone service is not the only thing locals have no access to. Five out of 10 villages have no electricity.

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    What we do in the shadows

    Brunch, Normita Thongtham, Published on 24/04/2016

    » Violeta Anselmi likes plants, but the only place she can grow them is her balcony. The problem is that it does not get direct sunlight, for it is shaded most of the time. "Up to now, we have been unsuccessful in keeping our potted plants alive," she wrote.

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