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  • LIFE

    Roar wrinkles away

    Life, Published on 13/11/2012

    » Beauty products alone may not be able to beat the ravages of time. As its name suggests, Thai cosmetic brand @skinexercise encourages women to give their skin a workout that will help them look younger for longer.

  • LIFE

    The scent of affordable luxury

    Life, Published on 13/11/2012

    » Celebrating its 50th anniversary last year, Baylis & Harding continues its global expansion by launching in Thailand. Imported by Central Trading, its bath and body products are exclusively available at Boots, known for offering the best of British products.

  • LIFE

    A greater vision

    Life, Published on 13/11/2012

    » Drive down one of Bangkok's busiest streets and peer behind the walls of a quiet gated compound, and you will find one of the gems of the Thai educational system, Bangkok School for the Blind. This residential school teaches 200 visually-impaired children the skills they need to attend mainstream secondary schools, and to become productive members of the community.

  • LIFE

    Prism of India

    Life, Published on 13/11/2012

    » From now until the end of the month, the Buddhadasa Indapanno Archives presents a festival for those keen to learn about Buddhism in India and Tibet through discussions, movie screenings and exhibitions.

  • LIFE

    Continuing a fine tradition

    Life, Published on 13/11/2012

    » Every weekend evening from Dec 2 until the end of April, the Fine Arts Department's Office of Performing Arts will present a series of Sangkheet Sala shows which will feature traditional performing arts including dance, drama and music.

  • LIFE

    Don't forget, play it safe

    Life, Published on 13/11/2012

    » Mobile and smiling, this inflated red condom roamed Siam Square on Sunday, much to the amusement of bystanders. The condom is the mascot of the Smart Teen: Love "Say+Play" campaign which combines music with competitions to convey the safe sex message to teenagers.

  • LIFE

    Southeast Asia's festival frenzy

    Life, Richard Mcleish, Published on 13/11/2012

    » Everybody remembers their first music festival _ the crowds, the energy, the walls of sound. It's the time of year again when the weather improves and the party people come out to play. In the run up to Christmas, three major festivals are billed in the region drawing big-name acts usually associated with more famous festivals in the West.

  • LIFE

    She's got rhythm

    Life, Ung-Aang Talay, Published on 13/11/2012

    » Is there any kind of music that is out of bounds for the American pianist Jenny Lin's stylistic perfect pitch? Her range seems limitless with each new recording revealing a new facet of her musical personality. To date her repertoire on disc ranges from Schumann and Liszt through Mompou, the early Soviet experimentalists, and Ruth Crawford Seeger to modernists as diverse as John Cage and Valentin Silvestrov. A high point is one of the finest of the many recordings of Shostakovich's 24 Preludes And Fugues.

  • WORLD

    Fighting pneumonia

    Life, Noko, Published on 13/11/2012

    » On the health calendar Nov 12 is World Pneumonia Day, declared so in 2009 to raise awareness about lung infection that claims the lives of around 1.6 million people every year.

  • WORLD

    Constipation: myths and facts

    Life, Published on 13/11/2012

    » Normal bowel movement varies from person to person. Although having a bowel movement once a day is common, it's fine to go a few days without one. Though not usually serious, constipation can be both painful and frustrating and it is one of the topics people like to talk about. Although more common in older people and during pregnancy, almost everyone gets constipated at some time during their life.

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