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    A Bold, Bossy Return

    B Magazine, Chanun Poomsawai, Published on 05/02/2017

    » The former member of The Pipettes brings a confident edge to the sleek electro-pop of her sophomore LP.

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    Your Birkin's in good hands

    Guru, Mika Apichatsakol, Published on 16/09/2016

    » Luxury bag owners and collectors will know too well the necessity of taking your Louis's and Chanels to "the spa" for a touch up, if not total repair. But do you recall that five years ago in Thailand, such service was virtually unheard of? You have Ranathon Pollachart to thank for establishing Thailand's first luxury bag spa, MyBagSpa. Now with five successful branches nationwide, we catch up with Ms Ranathon to learn about what's she's up to now, as well as receive a few tips and trends about designer bags from the stylish entrepreneur.

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    Freak like me

    B Magazine, Duangkamol Panya, Published on 23/04/2017

    » James Fagerlund was working for a company event in Stockholm when he was approached by one of Thailand's top actors, Saksit Tangtong, who later told him that he had star potential. "You have a unique character that Thai showbiz doesn't have," Saksit told the then 29-year-old James. With those spare, simple words in mind, the American-Thai decided to pack up and go back to his motherland that he had left 19 years earlier to pursue his career abroad.

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    Fan Day marks a new day

    Life, Melalin Mahavongtrakul, Published on 02/09/2016

    » A new romantic drama from Thailand, Fan Gun Khae Wan Diaw (Fan Day), hits screens this week. That means there won't be much else for cinema-goers to choose from, since no other Hollywood blockbusters or Thai movies are willing to go in direct competition with director Banjong Pisanthanakun's latest creation. His previous movie -- the comedic retelling of old folklore Pee Mak Phra Khanong -- made history by reaching 1 billion baht at the box office in 2013, something we're unlikely to see again in a long, long time.

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    Having enough on your plate

    B Magazine, Suthon Sukphisit, Published on 14/08/2016

    » By the term "one-dish meal", most people mean a meal where a single plateful will fill them up. But using satiety as the basis if the definition doesn't really work, because people have different capacities. Some eat very little, while others prefer a big meal. For example, some food shop customers might not feel full after finishing off a plate of pork fried rice and order a plate of kui tiao sen yai raad naa (broad rice noodles with meat in gravy) as a follow up, or start off with pork noodles and then move on to a bowl of yen ta fo. Both examples show that it takes a combination of these dishes to fill up some members of the clientele, and that both cooked-to-order food shops and noodles shops will offer a variety of dishes.

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    Bringing controversy into fashion

    B Magazine, Chaiyot Yongcharoenchai, Published on 10/04/2016

    » He made his name in fashion photography, but Oliviero Toscani has little time for the "stupid people" who enjoy designer labels. Instead, he is much happier in the presence of "real" people.

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    Cool Thailand?

    Life, Kaona Pongpipat, Published on 29/04/2016

    » It is only with reference to J-pop or K-pop that we have a clue as to what the word "T-pop" could possibly mean: an attempt at cultural export -- film, music and other forms of entertainment -- to create a "Thai brand" of cool. It's better late than never, so the Tourism Authority of Thailand (TAT) has recently launched a campaign, with Thai star Mario Maurer as the presenter, with the aim to boost tourism in Thailand and expand the entertainment market in China.

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    Race for gender equality

    Life, Melalin Mahavongtrakul, Published on 28/01/2016

    » It's been only 28 days, but 2016 is already promising to be yet another fun, interesting and tumultuous year for the LGBT community worldwide.

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    Discovering freedom

    Life, Duangphat Sitthipat, Published on 08/12/2015

    » 'I am most grateful for two things," said Park Yeon-mi at the recent One Young World event in Bangkok. "That I was born in North Korea and that I escaped from North Korea. These events have made me who I am today."

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    Staying sustainable

    Life, Yvonne Bohwongprasert, Published on 07/12/2015

    » In-depth information sourced by experts, attractive infographics and accessible English are just a couple of reasons why Thailand's Sustainable Development Sourcebook should reach the wider public, said Dr Chirayu Isarangkun Na Ayuthaya, chairman of the Thailand Sustainable Development Institute.

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