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  • LIFE

    Imported home brew

    Life, Pattramon Sukprasert, Published on 12/07/2016

    » Chant Khamthongthae's life story sounds like the plot of a melodrama. After winning the lottery, he chose to start a new life abroad. Then from a motorcycle taxi driver in Bangkok working hand-to-mouth, Chant became a well-known barista with 15 years of experiences in Sydney. The boot is on the other foot now.

  • LIFE

    A special kind of glory

    Life, Yvonne Bohwongprasert, Published on 29/08/2016

    » After the high-profile Rio Olympic Games, a much-less-publicised event follows. The Paralympic Games will take place from Sept 7-18, also in Rio. Forty-six Thai athletes with disabilities will be going all out to clinch a podium finish, while the Paralympic Committee of Thailand has a set an initial target of four gold medals, the same number they won in London four years ago.

  • LIFE

    Stuck in the middle with you

    B Magazine, Andrew Biggs, Published on 18/09/2016

    » Something weird is happening on the streets of Bangkok.

  • LIFE

    Stars accused of self promotion, Chompoo wants to paint it black

    News, Mae Moo, Published on 23/10/2016

    » Celebrities are entitled to do good deeds for the King just like anyone else and should not let critics put them off, insists actress Hansa "Newclear" Jungviwattanawong.

  • LIFE

    Nott still tangled, There goes the Boom, Jakjaan does her bit

    News, Mae Moo, Published on 13/11/2016

    » Celebrities are appealing to the public to give disgraced TV presenter Akanat "Nott" Ariyaritwikul a fair go, after earlier joining a social media-driven wave of condemnation when he punched a motorcyclist who hit his Mini.

  • LIFE

    The making of a soi

    Guru, Jarupat Buranastidporn, Published on 09/12/2016

    » 2016 has been full of ups and downs, highs and lows. It has, without a doubt, been an interesting year to say the least. So we can't help but wonder what 2017 has in store for us. Will Trump stick to his policies? Who knows. Will there be another car-related Thai hi-so drama for the public to scrutinise? Most likely. What is certain for Bangkokians though, is that our city will continue to change its landscape. Sadly, we think it may be for the worse, seeing as the new Bangkok governor's agenda includes projects to remove street vendors from Silom, Siam Square and Pratunam.

  • LIFE

    How I lost my past but found nirvana

    B Magazine, Andrew Biggs, Published on 25/12/2016

    » Dateline Brisbane, Australia: A reunion of cadet reporters is under way at the iconic Breakfast Creek Hotel. It is a feel-good gathering; each of my three friends produces old photographs and paraphernalia harking back to the alleged good old days of 35 years ago when we had our whole lives ahead of us. We gasp and scream and realise that despite what we thought, we really have changed physically over 35 years.

  • LIFE

    Coursing through a town's veins

    Life, Anchalee Kongrut, Published on 23/01/2017

    » Narong Tiammek, former deputy dean of Muban Chombueng Rajabhat University, should have felt like he was walking (or jogging) on a cloud. The Chombueng Marathon, a local running event that he created 32 years ago, has become a phenomenal success. The number of registered runners steadily climbed up from less than 100 runners in the first year to 13,040 this year, around 5,500 more than in 2016.

  • LIFE

    Buddhist signs point wrong way

    B Magazine, Andrew Biggs, Published on 12/02/2017

    » The billboard rises, like a Buddhist temple, up ahead on the right-hand side of the airport highway. "BUDDHA IS NOT FOR DECORATION," it shouts at me alongside a decoration of a Buddha's head with an ugly red cross on top of it. Why desecrate a Buddha's head with an ugly red cross on a billboard that tells us not to desecrate Buddhas?

  • LIFE

    Feeling the heat

    Life, Published on 03/04/2017

    » Come April, a chorus of complaints about the intolerable weather are heard everywhere. But while we curse the sun from the comfort of air-con rooms, there are people who have to spend hours outside because their jobs demand it. For them, the sweltering rays are an inevitable fact of life.

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