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  • LIFE

    The right to bare

    B Magazine, Andrew Biggs, Published on 06/09/2015

    » Commissions and incentives can be tricky topics. My two front counter staff at my new branch in Rayong are working really well together. Karn is a little more outspoken than the more timid Noot, but they are both learning the ropes quickly.

  • LIFE

    Horses for courses

    B Magazine, Chanun Poomsawai, Published on 06/09/2015

    » Foals eschew the catchiness of their previous material in favour of overall cohesiveness.

  • LIFE

    Off the beaten Trat

    B Magazine, Suthon Sukphisit, Published on 06/09/2015

    » If you were to tell 100 people that you had just come back from a short vacation in Trat province, all of them would assume that you’d gone to Koh Chang, because tourists think of that island as a slice of paradise. There are more than 200 hotels on Koh Chang, and white sandy beaches and dive spots with gorgeous coral. Seafood restaurants, bars and entertainment spots abound, so it is no wonder that you see as many tourists strolling around on Koh Chang as you do on Silom Road in Bangkok.

  • LIFE

    Soil food

    B Magazine, Normita Thongtham, Published on 06/09/2015

    » Plants are like people. Give them their basic needs and they will grow up happily. Keep them healthy and fit and they will be better able to resist disease.

  • LIFE

    Friends in need

    B Magazine, Published on 06/09/2015

    » Thong Muan and Thong Ake were born at a shelter. Their mothers and siblings have all died from various diseases. They are very friendly two-month-old puppies.

  • LIFE

    Into the swing of it

    B Magazine, Usnisa Sukhsvasti, Published on 06/09/2015

    » She was born to entertain; the hotel business is just an incidental venture that happens to be very successful and keeps her busy during the rest of the year. Or that’s how it seems with Kamala Sukosol.

  • THAILAND

    Pay coconuts, get monkeys

    Spectrum, Nanchanok Wongsamuth, Published on 06/09/2015

    » The next time you drink canned coconut milk, look at the label. If it’s produced in Thailand, the coconuts have most likely been collected by monkeys — specifically, southern pig-tailed macaques.

  • THAILAND

    The long wait for the truth

    Spectrum, Ariane Kupferman-Sutthavong, Published on 06/09/2015

    » Five years on, relatives of victims of the 2010 crackdown on red shirt protests are still seeking justice for the dead. As the Department of Special Investigation and the National Anti-Corruption Commission announced they were wrapping up their probes into the 99 deaths that resulted from military operations to retake areas occupied by protesters, relatives say they have more concerns than hopes regarding the outcomes of the investigations.

  • THAILAND

    Thrust into the spotlight

    Spectrum, Chaiyot Yongcharoenchai, Published on 06/09/2015

    » Located just 50km from the heart of Bangkok, Nong Chok district could have been pincered from the southern provinces and relocated on the eastern outskirts of the capital.

  • THAILAND

    The unanswered questions facing the investigation

    Spectrum, Published on 06/09/2015

    » As authorities hunt more suspects involved in the bombing at the Erawan Shrine on Aug 17, questions remain unanswered over the motive of the suspects, who are believed to have taken personal revenge after the Thai police cracked down on fake passports.

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