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    Hail! Hail! Rock'n'Roll!

    Life, John Clewley, Published on 21/03/2017

    » The headlines in the media have been dominated by politics for what seems like an age but suddenly changed a couple of days ago when the sad news that the "King of Rock'n'Roll" Chuck Berry had died at his Missouri home. He was 90 years old and, supported by some of his children, had just recorded his first studio album for 38 years; the album, simply called Chuck will be released later this year.

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    Different cast, same big sound

    Life, Apipar Norapoompipat, Published on 07/03/2017

    » For 19 years, Thai rock band Big Ass has given Thailand some of its most iconic rock anthems, like Len Khong Soong and Kar Noi Som Kuan Tai (I'm bad ... I know). Writing, producing and having full autonomy on their own songs since their conception, they've been nominated and have won countless awards for their heavy melodic sound and motivational lyrics, growing a large and solid fan base.

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    Soaking up the sun

    B Magazine, Suthon Sukphisit, Published on 19/02/2017

    » Conjure up a mental list of old-fashioned dishes that still make the mouth water, and then notice how many include main ingredients that are dried or salted. Here's a personal selection: nuea khem tom kathi sai hawm daeng (salted beef stewed with shallots in coconut cream), nuea khem cheek pen sen foy phat kap namtaan (shredded salted dried beef stir-fried with palm sugar), plaa chon taak haeng khem tom kathi proong rote baeb tomyam sai bai makhaam awn (salted and dried snakehead fish stewed with sour-spicy seasonings in coconut cream with tender tamarind leaves), hua plaa chon taak haeng khem sai kathi sai fak (dried salted snakehead fish head stewed with coconut cream and squash), hoy malaeng phuu taak haeng khem phat kap nam taan (salted and dried mussels stir-fried with palm sugar or the same mussels simmered into a curry with pineapple). The list goes on.

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    A different kind of prison

    Muse, Published on 17/09/2016

    » Insein Prison, an infamous cell in Yangon, has been notoriously known for its abysmal condition. During the 1980s, the Myanmar junta used the phrase "going to Moscow" to make a threat to opponents. Political activists knew that "going to Moscow" was going to Insein prison, a trip worse than death itself. The prison fortress is known locally as the "darkest hellhole in Myanmar".

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    The burden of giving

    Life, Melalin Mahavongtrakul, Published on 26/10/2016

    » For someone who's been living and working near the Giant Swing of Bangkok for 15 years, Prajin* -- a middle-aged restaurant worker -- said he has never seen his neighbourhood in such a messy state.

  • LIFE

    Glowing in the moonlight

    Life, Kong Rithdee, Published on 10/02/2017

    » The best film among the Oscar's Best Picture nominees, Moonlight glows like an iridescent animal, tender in touch and sensitive to the complexity of life -- black life, or masculine life, or black masculine life, or maybe just life. It's also a film about sexuality and identity, the two forces intersecting at the burning crossroads of race.

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    A fortunate series

    Life, Kanin Srimaneekulroj, Published on 03/02/2017

    » Based closely on the children's novels of the same name, Netflix's A Series Of Unfortunate Events -- the online streaming service's latest high-profile original feature -- isn't a pleasant tale.

  • 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.

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    A Dutch masterpiece continues to dazzle

    B Magazine, Published on 25/12/2016

    » Captured in a reflective moment gazing wistfully over her shoulder across a room at the spectacular View of Delft, a subtly sunlit medieval urban landscape painting idolising her homeland's Golden Age, she is free again to dream Dutch dreams.

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    Northern lights

    Life, Kong Rithdee, Published on 23/09/2016

    » With over 400 movies on the slot, the Toronto International Film Festival was a feast and a maze. The latest edition of this North American showcase concluded last Sunday, with Damein Chazelle's La La Land winning the People's Choice Award, a bellwether for the bright Oscar season (Toronto, unlike other major festivals, has no prominent juried competition, instead letting the audiences decide the big winner). The festival is known as a launch pad for Oscar hopefuls as well as independent titles looking for distribution. It also features a strong experimental section that casts its radical net far and wide.

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