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  • LIFESTYLE

    Driven to drink

    Brunch, Andrew Biggs, Published on 20/07/2014

    » It’s always fun to catch up with Ronnachai, though this most recent time I saw him it nearly didn’t happen thanks to an unfortunate incident along the way.

  • LIFESTYLE

    Soulful, But Lacking Soul-Fulfilling Variety

    Brunch, Chanun Poomsawai, Published on 20/07/2014

    » The British crooner’s debut album finds him wallowing in such depths of unreciprocated love that it leaves the listener feeling weary

  • LIFESTYLE

    Tastes change with the times

    Brunch, Suthon Sukphisit, Published on 20/07/2014

    » Central Thai cuisine is full of old recipes that are total strangers to younger generations. It isn’t the fault of young people that they don’t know or don’t like these foods, because tastes change, and each period enjoys the dishes that are appropriate to it.

  • LIFESTYLE

    The problem with papaya

    Brunch, Normita Thongtham, Published on 20/07/2014

    » Papaya is one of the easiest plants to grow, but I don’t see it planted in many Bangkok backyards. This is probably because the fruit is available all year round and can be purchased at any time. This is OK if you are not particular about the variety, but those who prefer kaek-dahm complain that it is becoming increasingly difficult to find.

  • LIFESTYLE

    Friends in need

    Brunch, Published on 20/07/2014

    » Joy and Beau were rescued from a shelter. They were dumped along with their mother and other dogs. They will grow to be small-sized dogs.

  • NEWS

    Just kids at heart

    Brunch, Usnisa Sukhsvasti, Published on 20/07/2014

    » When Praephan “Prae” Thammawattana travelled overseas, she would notice how Thai tourists loved buying souvenirs from Disneyland. That is what gave her the idea to open a toy shop in Bangkok.

  • NEWS

    Cash for no comment

    Spectrum, Nanchanok Wongsamuth, Published on 20/07/2014

    » Few people outside the media industry had heard of the Thailand Information Centre For Civil Rights and Investigative Journalism (TCIJ), but by Monday it had the attention of every major news organisation in Thailand.

  • NEWS

    Prison fighters prize future over freedom

    Spectrum, Published on 20/07/2014

    » It’s billed by promoters as a “Battle for Freedom”, but inmates who take part in the Prison Fight programme have little chance of securing an early release, regardless of their success or failure in the ring.

  • NEWS

    Fall into line, youngsters

    Spectrum, Published on 20/07/2014

    » The general's "happiness" song rings out every morning on the assembly ground at an Isan public school, but not everyone is smiling about the singalong.

  • NEWS

    Swept up in silence

    Spectrum, Paritta Wangkiat, Published on 20/07/2014

    » When the monsoon season comes in early July, it brings turbulence to the Mekong River. Fishermen on Si Phan Don — a name meaning 4,000 islands which aptly evokes the riverine archipelago in southern Laos — take calculated risks when they climb through the rapids, every step bringing the potential of injury from the sharp rocks below.

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