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  • LIFE

    Talking about my degeneration

    B Magazine, Andrew Biggs, Published on 14/07/2013

    » We are in the middle of an intense meeting discussing commissions and profit margins and project viability. My eyes are trying to focus on a sheet of figures but my head is swimming, my forehead creased and weather-beaten by my sales team's demands.

  • LIFE

    98 degrees turning up the heat on the comeback trail

    B Magazine, Published on 14/07/2013

    » After a hiatus of more than a decade, the American boy band have dusted themselves off and released a winning fifth studio album boasting a bolder, sexier sound

  • LIFE

    Snapper's saga: A life spent caught up in the frame game

    B Magazine, Kritini Upayokin, Published on 14/07/2013

    » 'My life is like The Adventures of Tintin," says photojournalist Vinai Dithajohn. "My own version has been quite a ride. If I passed away tomorrow, I'd know that I had lived."

  • AUTO

    When M cars come together

    B Magazine, Richard Leu, Published on 14/07/2013

    » It isn't often that BMW gathers its M cars together for the media in this region to thrash around a racetrack, which is why Brunch couldn't decline the opportunity to participate in the BMW M Track Day 2013 held in Malaysia recently.

  • LIFE

    Where's the beef?

    B Magazine, Suthon Sukphisit, Published on 14/07/2013

    » There are always reasons for choosing the specific meat to be used in making a given Thai dish, and generally they have remained the same over the centuries. Khanom jeen nam ya (fermented rice noodles with a spicy pureed fish-based sauce) must be made with fresh fish _ dried fish, dried shrimp or pork won't do. Tom jeud bai tamlueng (a bland soup that includes the shoots of a morning glory-like vine) has to be made with minced pork, not minced fish or chicken, and kaeng som made with any kind of vegetable calls for fish and nothing else as the protein. Pork and chicken are out.

  • LIFE

    Stop the madness _ let roadside trees reach their full glory

    B Magazine, Normita Thongtham, Published on 14/07/2013

    » I was travelling along Rama IV Road last week when I saw that some of the Pterocarpus indicus, known in Thai as pradoo, trees on the roadside had flowers. Pradoo usually flower in April and it is now July, so these were late bloomers. Especially spectacular was a tree across the streets from Chamchuri Square. It was small but it completely shrouded by flowers, which was unusual as pradoo shed their leaves two or three months after the end of the rainy season and develop new ones before or during blooming time in the summer, so the golden flowers are always accompanied by lush green leaves.

  • LIFE

    Friends in need

    B Magazine, Published on 14/07/2013

    » This family of three, a mother and two kittens are all totally black and quite rare. They were rescued from the Chatuchak area and are very tame.

  • LIFE

    Transplanted Bangkokian in Washington

    B Magazine, Richard Mcleish, Published on 14/07/2013

    » Gossiping, girl's nights out and gold-digging crushes are instantly recognisable tropes of the popular literary genre of female commercial literature, known as chick-lit. Now we can add som tam and spice to the list because the genre has a new Thai counterpart. Tichakorn Khroopan Hill's debut novel, From Bangkok with Despair: (mis)adventures in DC, on the surface seems to retread the stiletto-punctured paths of the genre with blind faith, but the subtleties of having a Thai author (and protagonist) at the narrative helm gently surface like bubbles in a big mango Bellini. So how has Tichakorn brought a distinctly Thai flavour to the book and how much will she confess is autobiographical?

  • LIFE

    Joy's adventures in Washington

    B Magazine, Richard Mcleish, Published on 14/07/2013

    » Every fashion-conscious capital in the world has its proud face of chick-lit. London has Bridget Jones and her diary, New York has Carrie Bradshaw and her well-publicised sex life. So is the world ready for a Thai face to take up the mantle?

  • LIFE

    G-Shock electrifies at 30th anniversary celebration

    B Magazine, Usnisa Sukhsvasti, Published on 14/07/2013

    » It's been 30 years since G-Shock hit the international market and became the must-have watch on the wrist of every trendy person in Bangkok. To celebrate the milestone, Pichai Chirathivat, CEO of Central Marketing Group, hosted a party titled Shock the World Bangkok 2013 as part of a global celebration under the Shock the World campaign. The event was held at Sonic Ekamai. By 6pm, G-Shock fans were arriving at the venue, with the requisite items: invitation, ID card (to show guests were over 20 years of age) and their favourite G-Shock watch from their private collections.

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