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    It's elementary

    Life, Bernard Trink, Published on 29/06/2015

    » It began in the US with Edgar Alan Poe in the mid-19th century and picked up in the UK by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle. Crime fiction caught on and has since spread to the rest of the world. In the 21st century every country, nearly every city, features at least one literary sleuth.


    Students: Please take note

    Life, Duangphat Sitthipat, Published on 29/06/2015

    » The female reproductive system is illustrated by a cartoonish drawing of a girl, ovum and all. On her head, she is crowned with a brownish pea, which represents the pituitary gland. Aureola in screaming colour encircle her body with labels suggesting different hormones that run in the cycle. The title of the page reads: "It's a girl's story."


    History not as advertised

    Life, Anchalee Kongrut, Published on 29/06/2015

    » Non-fiction historical books are becoming more and more popular among Thai readers. The latest report from Publishers and Booksellers Association of Thailand (Pubat) stated that there was a rise in sales of books with historical subjects, while figures for self-help and dhamma literature were going down.


    Play with Pixie Dust

    Guru, Kasidit Srivilai, Published on 29/06/2015

    » They might be architecture students, but for decades they’ve been known for their hilarious stage plays. The Faculty of Architecture, Chulalongkorn University, this year presents Peter Pan: Faith.Trust.Pixie Dust. As always, audiences can expect amazing sets and props prepared by Thailand’s future architects (and singers -- for unknown reasons, the school has produced a ridiculous amount of famous singers), plus political quips and roll-on-the-floor-laughing gags. Guru speaks with Pakaporn Utaobin, the head of this year’s Lakorn Tapad (the Faculty of Architecture’s play), about the upcoming performance.


    Works against the clock

    Guru, Published on 29/06/2015

    » For the third consecutive year, Sofitel So Bangkok is staging a fashion showcase highlighting the work of four Thai designers, under the theme “Fashion in Time”. A curated art tour and corresponding booklet will provide visitors and hotel guests with information on the art installations displayed throughout the premises. Participating artists this year include Jiratt Boonta of fashion brand Jaritt; Wannarat Boonyaratanakornkit of fashion brand Onn Wannarat; Nutre Chenyavanij of Nutre Jeweller; and Sarinya Limthongtip of Srinlim.


    Happy hues for the home

    Guru, Napamon Roongwitoo, Published on 29/06/2015

    » Colours can do wonders for any space or room. Take Picasso’s word for it. “Colours, like features, follow the changes of the emotions,” the world-famous artist once said.


    Fun meets formal

    Guru, Kasidit Srivilai, Published on 29/06/2015

    » There’s something about a typical shirt and slacks combo that adds a decade to your age, but as most of us aren’t allowed to show up at the office in a tee and jeans, we have to find the way to rock the corporate look without resembling our retired uncles.

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