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    Bangkok Biggest Wine Festival 2012

    Published on 23/04/2012

    » Whether you are a wine lover, wine expert or wine beginner, don’t miss “Bangkok wine Festival 2012”, the biggest wine tasting in Thailand, organised by Bacchus wine consultancy at xwinez wine store and bister and 39 restaurant at Manor Complex Sukhumvit 39.

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    London joins Songkran celebrations

    Life, Published on 23/04/2012

    » It's Songkran, anyone can get wet _ even those in the heart of London _ as the Tourism Authority of Thailand turned St Martin's Courtyard, Covent Garden, into the celebration ground for the traditional Thai new year.

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    The art of living

    Life, Published on 23/04/2012

    » Number 1 Gallery presents Beyond Desire, a painting exhibition by Manit Srisuwan who, through acrylic on canvas, portrays how human beings have often let themselves fall into the grasp of their own suffering.

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    Fun nights at museum

    Life, Published on 23/04/2012

    » If visiting a museum in the daytime sounds really boring to you, then the Museum Siam: Discovery Museum will certainly give you a new experience during "Night at the Museum 2", which is scheduled to take place in the evenings between April 27 and 29, from 4-10pm.

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    Seed brings music to the beach

    Life, Published on 23/04/2012

    » Seed 97.5 FM is bringing an army of artists from all labels together to perform nonstop on the beach during "The Seed Show", which will take place at Springfield Beach Resort in Cha-am this Saturday, from 5-11pm.

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    Underwater elephants

    Life, Published on 23/04/2012

    » Last week, members of the Art for Ocean group, a gathering of artists who focus on environmental issues, hosted a special workshop to raise awareness of the declining numbers of elephants _ our national animal _ and the destruction of marine life on the coast of Thailand.

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    Views and reviews

    Life, Bernard Trink, Published on 23/04/2012

    » For the most part, writers tell stories but have nothing to say. We are given the plot, character development, dialogue and a conclusion. Ideally it's done _ cover to cover _ in 350 pages. Several authors keep going for 700 pages, a number drag it out for 900.

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    The return of Sherlock Holmes

    Life, Published on 23/04/2012

    » Before realising that seeing its mysteries solved won't give you whatever it was you were longing for, Anthony Horowitz's new novel, The House of Silk, is a perfectly diverting Sherlock Holmes adventure.

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    Getwise to policyfor elderly

    Life, Sirinya Wattanasukchai, Published on 23/04/2012

    » 'Relieve the burden", "no medical check-up required" and "small fee" are commonly found terms used by major life insurance companies in their commercials to attract prospective clients, particularly those in the middle-aged group or older. It gives an impression that life after retirement will be easier, with an affordable life insurance policy especially designed for the elderly.

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    Practise makes perfect

    Life, Gerry Popplestone, Published on 23/04/2012

    » If you go down into the woods of Lumpini Park on any Sunday, you don't need to go in disguise _ but you'll be in for a big surprise (as the Teddy Bears Picnic song tells us), if you search out this shady corner of the park, where groups of drummers and buglers are rehearsing.

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