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  • TRAVEL

    Calling on Kashan

    Life, Peerawat Jariyasombat, Published on 06/04/2017

    » Quietly situated between two famous destinations of Iran, Tehran and Esfahan, Kashan is a peaceful town most tourists may skip. But its hidden gems are stunning to explore.

  • LIFESTYLE

    Deliciously playful

    Muse, Published on 06/05/2017

    » Magnum Red Velvet Hotel de Play Party

  • LIFESTYLE

    A larger-than-life Aussie lit up Thailand

    Brunch, Andrew Biggs, Published on 07/05/2017

    » The annual Australian TV awards called The Logies were on last week. Having been away from Australia for nearly three decades I can't get too excited about them, primarily because most of the winners were born after I left. Watching excerpts of the shows up for awards does remind me that one cannot confine a discussion about bad TV to Thailand only.

  • LIFESTYLE

    The trap of trust

    Life, Amitha Amranand, Published on 27/07/2017

    » We often get to see the intersection of the spiritual and the worldly realms in Nikorn Saetang's plays. Buddhist and animist beliefs also play a major role in his work. The spirits of a Japanese soldier and a pining woman walk among the living in search of their loved ones in Rai Pamnak (Where Should I Lay My Soul?). An adult-size baby forces himself into a family whose daughter is hiding her abortion from everyone in Tarok Jokapred (Perverted Baby). A man reincarnates over and over again and refuses to forget his past lives and his family in Kerd-Dub (Reincarnate).

  • BUSINESS

    Play 'The Dating Game' to find new growth

    Business, Detlef Reis, Published on 30/03/2017

    » Discovering new meaning for an established product with a stagnant or negative revenue outlook is like re-entering the dating game. This metaphor underlies a new thinking tool called "The Dating Game" that I've created as an addition to our X-IDEA thinking toolbox.

  • LIFESTYLE

    From Barcelona to Bangkok

    Guru, Narada Sai-ngam, Published on 07/04/2017

    » Since settling in Bangkok in 2009, Spanish painter and graphic designer Daniel Monfort Gil continues to express his perspective on the Big Mango through art. His paintings depict ordinary characters in various everyday-settings while portraying the contrasts and liveliness of the beautifully busy Bangkok. The 42-year-old artist had numerous solo and group exhibitions throughout his 23 year painting career. He had his first gallery show in Thailand called "Bangkok, Anytime" and published a book of the same name in 2014. We talked with Daniel about his work and life and his second solo exhibition titled "Bangkok, Anytime. Our World" at Serindia Gallery, O.P. Garden (Tue-Sun 11am-7pm, Charoen Krung Soi 36, fb.com/serindiagallery, 02-238-6410.). The exhibition runs until Apr 30.

  • OPINION

    Kindness goes long way

    News, Postbag, Published on 13/07/2017

    » Re: "A helping hand for our wasted food," (Commentary, July 12).

  • LIFESTYLE

    Carving out history

    Life, Pichaya Svasti, Published on 27/03/2017

    » Their skilful hands focused on art pieces they were creating, and their eyes were locked on the details. Their hearts, apparently, were with HM the late King Bhumibol Adulyadej, who passed away on Oct 13 last year. At the Fine Arts Department's Office of Traditional Arts in Nakhon Pathom, two groups of 20 men and women from all walks of life brought out their best during a recent audition where the office recruited volunteers to help official artisans build a royal urn and coffin and sculpt statues for decorating the royal crematorium.

  • NEWS

    Game on in Asean

    Asia focus, Erich Parpart, Published on 13/02/2017

    » Asean governments, especially in Vietnam, Malaysia and Singapore, are providing significant support to game designers, aiming to attract talent to develop an industry that is booming alongside demand for mobile games in China.

  • TRAVEL

    Cool finds in Chiang Mai

    Guru, Jarupat Buranastidporn, Published on 11/11/2016

    » We're not just about the "new". We also dig the cool, the fun, the funky and all things slightly hidden from plain sight. So we did a little detour, stepping into one or two "just-opened" venues and we also honed in on some less-discovered (but totally awesome) places. We tried, we tested and we even got a bit lost trying to find some of these hidden gems. So without further ado, dear readers, here are our top Chiang Mai picks for this year's winter season.

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