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    Ain't no 'one nationality' movie

    Life, Kong Rithdee, Published on 17/07/2015

    » Cataloging movies by their nationalities is convenient, though it's getting less practical and less relevant, in this age of internationalism and cross-border influences. We have a shining case in point this week: P Chai My Hero, or How to Win at Checkers (Every Time), looks, speaks, and feels Thai, though its genealogy is truly international. The film is based on two short stories by US-based Thai writer, Rattawut Lapcharoensap and directed by Korean-American Josh Kim, who moved to Thailand two years ago and successfully mounted this independent production.


    The spiritual side of a central bank chief (part 1)

    Business, Sorayuth Vathanavisuth, Published on 17/07/2015

    » 'I have to admit that I'm not a serious practitioner of Buddhism but rather someone who wants to learn based on logic and reason, so I need to understand the teachings by myself first," says Prasarn Trairatvorakul, the governor of the Bank of Thailand.


    In the name of love

    Life, Patcharawalai Sanyanusin, Published on 17/07/2015

    » Love is cruel. It makes us feel on top of the world only to find out that the world can collapse at anytime.

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    A fruity little number

    Life, Vanniya Sriangura, Published on 17/07/2015

    » Executive Chinese chef Jackie Ho has been heading the kitchen of the Peninsula Bangkok's Mei Jiang restaurant since 2009. The cooking master, a native of Hong Kong, is known for his ingenuity when it comes to the arts and sciences of fine Cantonese cuisine. His dishes consistently reflect the world-class quality of Hong Kong's five-star brand of hospitality.

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    Tastes of a Turkish chef

    Life, Vanniya Sriangura, Published on 17/07/2015

    » The historical mansion on North Sathon Road was first built in 1889 as the private residence of Luang Sathon Rajayukta, a contractor who constructed the Sathon canal.

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    Putting the fun into handbags

    Life, Parisa Pichitmarn, Published on 17/07/2015

    » There's still some room for colour and a pop of fun before autumn completely kicks in. Lots of houses seem to think so too, with their pre-fall clutches, totes and satchels still rocking hot shades and a little bit of cheek. Grab your cheery fix before all the collections start turning all dark and broody for next season.

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    Guru, Published on 17/07/2015

    » Why did a man get fired from his job after announcing on Facebook he's getting married?


    Flying with the rainmaker

    Life, Pattramon Sukprasert, Published on 17/07/2015

    » The view above the clouds is spectacular, but this is not a leisurely flight. As the drought continues and as the water levels in dams and canals continue to decrease, Wg Cdr Maneepan Robchanachai flies his plane into the clouds, bringing hope to the land below.

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    Structured wear, messy hair

    Guru, Mika Apichatsakol, Published on 17/07/2015

    » For the most part, style trends for men and women are married to each other. Look, for instance, at any denim trend there's ever been, or even some of the specific trends we've covered in this magazine. So, it's always an affair worth mentioning when men and women go their separate ways in style.  

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    Toying with art

    Guru, Mika Apichatsakol, Published on 17/07/2015

    » Whether you know it by name or not, you'll probably recognise a Be@rbrick collectable. Some call it a toy. Some call it art. MediCom, its creator, calls it a canvas. Since its conception in Japan in 2001, Be@rbrick has collaborated with hundreds of artists, brands, and companies from all over the world to produce thousands of teddy bear-shaped models with unique looks and personalities. It is these infinite possibilities, made from a variety of materials, including wood, felt and rubber, that keep Be@rbrick alive among its global fan base. Guru talked to a few fans at last week's grand opening of the Be@rbrick World Wide Tour II in Bangkok.

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