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    orchard

    Terry Fredrickson, Published on 02/10/2012

    » an area of land where fruit trees are grown สวนหรือแปลงผลไม้

  • LIFESTYLE

    Bonamassa Does Bangkok

    Life, Published on 02/10/2012

    » 'I didn't get into this to become a rock star. I got into it to make enough money to buy another guitar," says Joe Bonamassa, enjoying a glass of wine in the green room just minutes before taking the stage for his Siam Pavalai Theatre concert last week.

  • LIFESTYLE

    Emotional explosion

    Life, Ung-Aang Talay, Published on 02/10/2012

    » Listeners with really long musical memories might recall the Nielsen boom of the 1960s, or at least some of the recordings that came out of it. Leonard Bernstein seems to have kicked it off internationally with a recording of the Fifth Symphony in the early 1960s which was so exciting that it was much written about and programmed on the radio, hooking a lot of listeners. When he followed through with an equally stunning recorded account of the Third Symphony a few years later, the name of a composer previously rather obscure outside of his native Denmark became well-known, and before long conductors like Ormandy, Kletzki, Morton Gould and especially Jascha Horenstein began filling the catalogue with new recordings of his work, some of them revelatory.

  • NEWS

    When good looks can kill

    Life, Napamon Roongwitoo, Published on 02/10/2012

    » Recent news about a Khon Kaen woman whose skin was damaged after she used a whitening lotion stirred widespread concern over the safety of cosmetic products on the market today.

  • NEWS

    The healthy fats and you

    Life, Published on 02/10/2012

    » Doctors and nutritionists always insist that a low-fat diet is key to losing weight, managing cholesterol and preventing health problems.

  • LIFESTYLE

    A Korean perspective

    Life, Kanokporn Chanasongkram, Published on 02/10/2012

    » From BB cream to K-pop, South Korea has been setting big trends, for instance the Gangnam Style phenomenon that has people across the world copying Psy's wild dance moves.

  • LIFESTYLE

    The height of entertainment

    Life, Published on 02/10/2012

    » After living in foreign countries for nearly a decade, Nicholas Netzer still occasionally finds himself lost in Bangkok.

  • LIFESTYLE

    Power Plays

    Life, Published on 02/10/2012

    » At the Asian launch of the second edition of his book From Poverty To Power last week in Bangkok, Oxfam's senior strategic adviser Duncan Green opened with his British sense of humour.

  • NEWS

    Di Matteo calls for end to Chelsea travel sickness

    AFP, Published on 02/10/2012

    » Roberto di Matteo says Chelsea cannot afford a repeat of the away-day slip-ups that almost derailed last season's Champions League campaign when they tackle debutants FC Nordsjaelland on Tuesday.

  • NEWS

    Talks conclude with no end to lockout in sight

    AFP, Published on 02/10/2012

    » Three days of talks between National Hockey League officials and NHL players union leaders failed to produce an end to the two-week lockout and no new talks on a new deal have been scheduled.

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