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    Going too far by the book

    Brunch, Andrew Biggs, Published on 27/07/2014

    » Ms Suthasri had a good idea last week.


    When the maths adds up

    Brunch, Chanun Poomsawai, Published on 27/07/2014

    » British singer-songwriter delivers a well-rounded, simple album in an age of in-your-face pop and hyper electronic dance music


    Basil: If it didn't exist, you'd have to invent it

    Brunch, Suthon Sukphisit, Published on 27/07/2014

    » Chillies, onions and garlic. Without them Thai food couldn’t exist. They are the Oscar-winning actors of our national cuisine. Bai kaprao, or holy basil, is a front-rank supporting cast player that turns up in innumerable important roles. If it were to disappear, Thai dishes with aggressive, spicy flavours would go along with it. But before discussing the roles that basil plays in the Thai kitchen, let’s take a look at the question of where it came from.


    A dahlia by any other name

    Brunch, Normita Thongtham, Published on 27/07/2014

    » My childhood friend Leandro Nunez, who lives in San Francisco, and his wife Dana went strolling with their granddaughter Emilia at the Golden Gate Park near their home last week. Dahlias were in bloom, and the proud grandparents sent me a photo of beautiful Emilia posing among the gorgeous flowers. Dahlia is the official flower of San Francisco, and every year the bountiful flowers attract visitors from far and near during their peak blooming time from June to September.


    Friends in need

    Brunch, Published on 27/07/2014

    » These kittens were born in the car park of an apartment where they are unwelcome. They can be adopted in two months.


    On the red carpet at Fallabella's 10th birthday

    Brunch, Usnisa Sukhsvasti, Published on 27/07/2014

    » Dedicated night owls all know Fallabella as the top night-time hangout, and many were surprised to hear that it was celebrating its 10th anniversary.

  • NEWS

    Nothing to see here

    Spectrum, Chaiyot Yongcharoenchai, Published on 27/07/2014

    » For more than 40 years, Kao Bart was a lively village of 170 households tucked away in the mountains of Buri Ram’s Non Dindaeng district. Now it stands as a creepy, abandoned town no one dares set foot in.

  • NEWS

    Masters in the art of fraud

    Spectrum, Published on 27/07/2014

    » Paying 15,000 baht for 500 words of flawless English seemed excessive, but Ms Pang insisted it would be money well spent and there was no chance the deception would be detected.

  • NEWS

    A boom or a bubble?

    Spectrum, Andrew Wood, Published on 27/07/2014

    » The world seems to be in a state of fervour with appreciating investment assets. Could the apparent nascent global economic recovery be disrupted by mere interest rate rises or even geopolitical threats? On the one hand everything appears to be chugging along very nicely in the boom. However, there are other influencing factors which many opt to overlook as most of the world joins the ever-growing herd stampeding onwards in their quest for wealth accumulation. Or are they really inflating a bubble?

  • NEWS

    Beware the patent trolls — Part IV

    Spectrum, Published on 27/07/2014

    » In our last few articles we delved into Thailand’s intellectual property system by examining how copyrights and trademarks are protected and enforced. This week we will look at the final pillar of intellectual property rights, patents.

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