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    Strictly come dancing

    Muse, Pimrapee Thungkasemvathana, Published on 24/01/2015

    » Navinda “Lordfai” Pachimsawat Vadtanakovint was beginning an improvisation class at Bangkok Dance Academy in Siam Paragon when one of her students complained that she was tired, hungry and not feeling it. Navinda took the entire class to the supermarket. They bought potato chips, jellies and Pocky biscuits, and went back up to the studio. The class then revolved around snacks, drawing from the structure of where the snacks were located and movements happening around them.

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    Face the day with confidence

    Muse, Napamon Roongwitoo, Published on 24/01/2015

    » Sleeping at least eight hours a night can help ensure optimal health and beauty, but in reality, how many of us really get that much? Lack of sleep can wreak havoc on the skin, leaving it dry, dull and depressing.

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    Sweet somethings

    Muse, Melalin Mahavongtrakul, Published on 24/01/2015

    » 'To you and your sweet tooth." There is no better introduction for a book such as Sweet — a Food Network Magazine compilation of all things sugary and chocolatey that can make anyone drool (and possibly end up in a dentist's chair). The book provides a long list of diverse recipes guaranteed to be "triple-tested" and "foolproof". It promises easy-to-follow instructions, seemingly ready to turn its readers into gourmet dessert chefs.

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    Sundance TV Festival? Lines blurring, says Redford

    AFP, Published on 24/01/2015

    » PARK CITY, UNITED STATES - For three decades, it's been America's premier independent film festival. But this year more than ever, there is talk at Sundance of the blurring divide between movies, television and online.

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