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    Guru, Jarupat Buranastidporn, Published on 06/11/2015

    » If there's anything this country hasn't quite got a grip on, it's coming to terms with the truth and censorship. Oh sure, ban the Daily Mail and pornographic websites (nothing ruins a country like coitus), and blur out taboo subjects all you want -- we still know what nipples, guns and cigarettes look like. Instead of letting citizens think for themselves, the censorship nazis have decided to put a PG filter on anything that may conjure the slightest spark of controversy.


    #MakingMerit #FakingMerit

    Guru, Napamon Roongwitoo, Published on 06/11/2015

    » As 2016 approaches, the mandatory stories on my Facebook feed concern next year’s lucky and unlucky zodiac signs, and what to wear to enhance your fortune. Isn’t that convenient? Wear a particular colour and you’ll be problem-free all year!


    The League of extraordinary gentlemen

    Brunch, Chaiyot Yongcharoenchai, Published on 25/10/2015

    » During the week, Thanakorn “Anan” Luengpradit, 44, looks like a typical hard-working family man. He owns a small business fixing windows and wakes early to drop his 15-year-old son Geng off at school. Running his own business, Anan never turns down the chance to earn money, no matter how small or big the projects are.


    New clothes for Indian cabs

    Guru, Napamon Roongwitoo, Published on 09/10/2015

    » Bangkok has long prided itself on the vibrancy of its taxis -- they make the roads look like someone has spilled a giant bag of M&M's. But are we the only city with colourful cabs? Apparently not.


    The Transporters

    Life, Published on 15/09/2015

    » Tharika Patanarunt was a hairdresser before she quit and became an Uber taxi driver.


    Dos and Don'ts: Bangkok Transport Edition

    Guru, Pornchai Sereemongkonpol, Published on 18/09/2015

    » "Bangkok Car Free Day 2015" will take place on Sunday (Sep 20). "Car free days" are organised in different cities around the world to encourage people to get around without cars, and instead use mass transit, cycle or walk. To commemorate this year's car-free day, the Bangkok Metropolitan Administration encourages you to join its bike rally and street fair near Sanam Luang, using public transport to get there. But we think you can do better than that. We present the dos and don'ts to help you use (or, in some cases, brave) various forms of Bangkok transportation like a pro.


    Life on the outside

    Life, Duangphat Sitthipat, Published on 18/08/2015

    » Continuing our series on overlooked people in society, we talk to three former convicts. They share stories about living behind bars and the difficulties of enjoying freedom again


    Easy streets

    Guru, Mika Apichatsakol, Published on 31/07/2015

    » Publications are always so keen on naming the top-whatever cities to live in or visit. We don't normally bother with such trivial and arbitrary lists, but we're tired of these articles completely overlooking the benefits of Bangkok. When talking about our fair city, people often (and unfairly) think of only two things -- traffic and the blasphemous industry of which we don't speak because we're a Buddhist country so we pretend it doesn't exist. That has to end. This week, we give you 10 reasons why living in Bangkok should be everyone's dream.


    Free bird

    Life, Achara Ashayagachat, Published on 04/08/2015

    » Hers is neither a story of a pretty canary in a cage, nor a Cinderella-like fairy tale of a girl who will soon get rich and find love.


    Tak ticked off, amie under new attack, privates off limits

    News, Published on 05/07/2015

    » Actress Bongkot "Tak" Khongmalai will face defamation action for accusing a feisty tour agency worker of leaking pictures of her on board a rental yacht.

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