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    Has the Age of Aquarius arrived?

    Brunch, Andrew Biggs, Published on 21/02/2016

    » Back when I was a mere child there was a popular song heralding the Age of Aquarius. It came from the stage musical Hair, a product of the late 1960s calling itself a “Tribal Love-Rock Musical”.


    Acting on her own behalf

    Brunch, Chanun Poomsawai, Published on 21/02/2016

    » The in-demand songwriter’s latest album comes with a compelling concept: it’s largely made up of material originally intended for mega-stars.


    Mind, body and Soul Sacrifice

    Brunch, Dane Halpin, Published on 21/02/2016

    » Carlos Santana has slipped the bounds of time. Like his music, time is not linear for the guitar legend but circuitous, an inexhaustible entity that plays to his own beat.


    Rravel Blight

    Brunch, Suthon Sukphisit, Published on 21/02/2016

    » This may be taking a dim view of things, but our approach to promoting tourism here seems to be geared toward travellers who like things quick and easy. This is the way things are working now, and it has caused the deterioration of many of our tourism sites.


    Why tamarind seems to keep a peeling

    Brunch, Normita Thongtham, Published on 21/02/2016

    » Regular reader Paul Schiller and his wife Beatrix are long-time residents of Khao Lak in Phangnga, where they seek warmth during the cold winter months in their home country, Austria. They were on holiday in Hua Hin recently when they saw an unfamiliar fruit. “Today in Hua Hin, nobody knows this, I got not even a Thai name,” Mr Schiller wrote in his email asking for help in identifying the said fruit.


    Freinds in need

    Brunch, Published on 21/02/2016

    » Latte and Pippa are devoted one-year-old sisters that were saved from a beach where they were dumped as puppies. We cannot separate them as they are so bonded it would traumatise them. Pippa has a beautiful shiny black coat with a ridge back, while Latte has a lovely coffee and cream colouring. They are very affectionate and Pippa bonds almost immediately, while Latte is a bit nervous initially and they would make great family pets and guard dogs. Latte and Pippa are both neutered and fully vaccinated.


    Coming up roses

    Brunch, Usnisa Sukhsvasti, Published on 21/02/2016

    » It was a night of wine and roses as EmQuartier’s celebrated Valentine’s Day with the “Quartier en Rose” gala charity event. The dinner took place at Quartier Garden, Helix Quartier, which was filled with more than 10,000 red English roses from Fa Prathan Farm in Wang Nam Khieo, Nakhon Ratchasima province, most of which lined the backdrop of the main platform. It was there that HRH Princess Soamsawali received donations on behalf of the Thai Red Cross Society’s National Blood Bank in honour of HM the Queen’s 80th birthday this year.

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    Indian weddings becoming a big business in Thailand

    Spectrum, Nanchanok Wongsamuth, Published on 21/02/2016

    » Jas Singh’s 2010 wedding was not a typical Sikh gurdwara ceremony. Instead of being held at a temple, the bride and groom, along with 200 guests and a priest, flew to Thailand from Bangalore for a beach wedding in Hua Hin.

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    Cracking under the force

    Spectrum, Jeerawat Na Thalang, Published on 21/02/2016

    » Pol Lt Col Jan Chaisawasdi did not seem like a man who was about to kill himself.

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    Waiting for the day the music dies

    Spectrum, Chaiyot Yongcharoenchai, Published on 21/02/2016

    » When Thira Techayuenyong’s father sent for him more than 70 years ago, the eight year old had no doubts about taking the one-way ticket out of his home town of Shantou in China. He packed his bags, took a good look around for the last time and said goodbye to his birthplace before heading out the door.

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