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  • LIFE

    Growing up in a difficult environment

    B Magazine, Andrew Biggs, Published on 22/11/2015

    » What a difficult soul-searching week it has been, as we come to grips with this new era of violence and upheaval. I have read 100 different theories as to how we have ended up here, and why sick militants shoot AK-47 rifles into crowds in the name of an abstract notion of a supreme being.

  • LIFE

    In His Own Time

    B Magazine, Chanun Poomsawai, Published on 22/11/2015

    » After a lengthy hiatus, British singer-songwriter Jamie Woon returns with an album that's much smoother than his debut.

  • LIFE

    Creating Elton John

    B Magazine, Michael Ruffles, Published on 22/11/2015

    » Elton John didn’t exist, so it was necessary to create him. One of the world’s least likely superstars, he started with bad hair and dweeby glasses and evolved into a rotund middle-aged man who wrote soundtracks to Disney films. Now he’s a happily married father of two surrogate-born children.

  • LIFE

    A beef about tradition

    B Magazine, Suthon Sukphisit, Published on 22/11/2015

    » Until recently I had the mistaken idea that people were eating less beef than they once did. So many dishes that were once made with beef were now being made with pork instead.

  • LIFE

    Grow your own grub

    B Magazine, Normita Thongtham, Published on 22/11/2015

    » Readers must have heard of His Majesty the King’s por piang (self-sufficiency) economy for farmers. Based on the assumption that a farmer owns 15 rai of land, it advises the land be divided four ways: 30%, or 4.5 rai, for a pond or water reservoir, 30% for a rice field, 30% for vegetable and fruit orchards, and 10%, or 1.5 rai, for a residential area.

  • LIFE

    Friends in need

    B Magazine, Published on 22/11/2015

    » Khao-pod and Khao-suay are two lovely females who would make great pets. Kao-suay has beautiful ginger-brown fur and is more active and playful, while Khao-pod is a more relaxed and friendly dog.

  • LIFE

    Stylish in the clutch

    B Magazine, Usnisa Sukhsvasti, Published on 22/11/2015

    » Judith Leiber, the name behind the crystal-encrusted evening clutches that come in myriad cute designs, is among the most popular brands for Thai socialites who love bling.


    Transparency key to restoring trust

    News, Editorial, Published on 22/11/2015

    » Rajabhakti Park was unveiled in September with pomp, circumstance and fireworks. It is an impressive place: a 222-rai area dominated by monuments to seven great monarchs of the past, from Ramkhamhaeng to Chulalongkorn, who played vital roles in history and were instrumental in establishing and protecting Thailand over the centuries. While some critics may call it the army’s overcompensating answer to Nay Pyi Taw, with seven 14-metre high kings compared with the Myanmar capital’s three 10m statues, the park was welcomed with a high degree of goodwill. The public was interested in the project and prominent figures and businesses donated a billion baht to the army to see the park become a reality.


    There’s nothing wrong with eccentricity

    News, Roger Crutchley, Published on 22/11/2015

    » Thailand has a considerable tradition when it comes to achieving offbeat records. In recent years the kingdom has received acclaim for such inspiring efforts as producing the world’s biggest omelette, the largest plate of fried rice and even the fattest Chinese dumpling.


    Reveal All On Rajabhakti

    News, Postbag, Published on 22/11/2015

    » I fully agree with PM Prayut that all investigations into Rajabhakti Park funding must be fully transparent, and that the government is duty-bound to set the standards in fighting corruption.

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