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  • LIFE

    Vibrant virtual party

    Life, Published on 29/05/2020

    » YSL Beauté global beauty director Tom Pecheux (@tompecheux) welcomed around 1,000 guests from over 40 countries to a vibrant virtual party.

  • LIFE

    Life as a work of art

    Life, Kanokporn Chanasongkram, Published on 29/05/2020

    » During the Covid-19 pandemic, there's no boredom in staying at home for Rolf von Bueren, whose residence on Sukhumvit 23 is a tranquil retreat with elegant Thai-style pavilions nestled amid lush vegetation.

  • LIFE

    Fun in the sun

    Life, Noko, Published on 29/05/2020

    » The Covid-19 pandemic and consequential lockdown didn't deter CEO Georges Kern from releasing Breitling's 2020 novelties. In mid-April, the Swiss brand digitally staged its first-ever Summit Webcast, to launch watches from its Air, Land and Sea brand universes.

  • LIFE

    Cream of the crop

    Life, Vanniya Sriangura, Published on 29/05/2020

    » To tell you the truth, I had very little enthusiasm for dining out again. Simple meals at home three times a day seven days a week wasn't just a new normal but also, for me, a new comfort.

  • LIFE

    Time for blue jeans

    Life, Published on 29/05/2020

    » Stripes can make a statement, and Oris has collaborated with Momotaro Jeans to make an edgy denim strap for its iconic diver's watch.

  • LIFE

    Newish twist on a classic tale

    Life, Tatat Bunnag, Published on 29/05/2020

    » Growing up, we were all familiar with the name of the Brothers Grimm who left us such an astounding legacy of folklore and fairy tales collected and published from the 19th century, like Snow White, Cinderella, Little Red Riding Hood and Beauty And The Beast, that have been made into hundreds of TV shows and films, animated and otherwise, over the years. However, when we think of fairy tales, we most likely think of cute Disney versions, but the original Grimm fairy tales weren't actually intended for children and are incredibly gruesome in tone.

  • TRAVEL

    From the shallow sea

    Life, Chantiya Potayarom, Published on 28/05/2020

    » As a city dweller, I rarely get to enjoy the sunrise despite being an early riser. So one morning during a vacation in Hua Hin last year, I walked from the hotel to the beach to watch the daybreak over the horizon.The sky was pretty cloudy so the dawn itself was not spectacular. Still, it wasn't a fail since a few minutes later I happened to discover one of the popular resort's best-kept secrets.

  • LIFE

    Promoting nature conservation through art

    Life, Suwitcha Chaiyong, Published on 28/05/2020

    » Back in the day when Dr Rungsrit Kanjanavanit was a high school student, his sister handed him a telescope so he could take a closer look at a flock of birds jumping on a Jamaican cherry. Through the telescope, the vivid colours of red and yellow scarlet minivets and golden fronted leafbirds mesmerised him. Ever since then, he has been attracted to feathered creatures and has become an avid birdwatcher.

  • TRAVEL

    Museum reopening

    Life, Karnjana Karnjanatawe, Published on 28/05/2020

    » Museum Siam on Sanam Chai Road in Bangkok has reopened.

  • LIFE

    Step into the mud

    Life, Karnjana Karnjanatawe, Published on 28/05/2020

    » The late morning Sun was almost unbearable. It was about 10.30am when I arrived at a water chestnut farm in Wang Yang District in Suphan Buri. It was my first one-day trip after the lockdown measures were eased last week.

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