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  • TECH

    Blogs for the trendy

    Outlook, Yanapon Musiket, Published on 25/02/2010

    » When designer Marc Jacobs created a special collection of handbags and named it after Bryan Boy, a 22-year-old fashion blogger from the Philippines who has became one of the most influential figures in the fashion business, it was among other evidences - especially in the cyberworld - that the force of online critiques are behind the driving force of the up-and-coming fashion trends.

  • TECH

    Plaudits for controversial ad

    Life, Yanapon Musiket, Published on 24/03/2011

    » Among the winning works from Thailand during the recent 14th Asia Pacific Advertising Festival held in Phuket, the talk-of-the-town piece by the Positive Network, Sorry Thailand, which was banned on Thai public television, was greeted with prestigious awards and thunderous applause from the award ceremony attendees.

  • LIFE

    Mastering movement

    Life, Yanapon Musiket, Published on 11/01/2012

    » After artist and dancer Pan Pan Nakprasert, a forerunner of waacking _ a booming style of dance _ has emerged in the Thai dance scene by his import. This month, Pan Pan, or Pangina Heels (his waacking persona), is bringing his mentor _ the internationally-famed versatile dancer and renowned waacker, Kumari Suraj _ to conduct a special dance workshop in the City of Angels.

  • LIFE

    Capturing Moments

    Life, Yanapon Musiket, Published on 18/01/2012

    » It was four years ago, in 2007 that HRH Princess Maha Chakri Sirindhorn for the first time gave her consent to putting on display photographs she had taken at a public exhibition. And every year since her audience has had an opportunity to follow her on her travels and learn of her vision and passion captured so intimately through the lens.

  • LIFE

    Paint for a good cause

    Life, Yanapon Musiket, Published on 18/01/2012

    » Residents of Phuket and visitors to this beautiful island have a rare chance to enjoy painting and also contribute to a good cause.

  • LIFE

    Daring to speak its name

    Life, Yanapon Musiket, Published on 26/01/2012

    » Shortly after we embraced the arrival of 2012 there was good tidings for the LGBT community when several local newspapers broke the story of two gay men from the South who found each other through Facebook and went on to solemnise their relationship by hosting a traditional wedding, which was attended by both sets of parents. Since same-sex marriage is not legal in Thailand, all the guys gained from the ceremony was a happy memory and recognition of the union by their nearest and dearest.

  • LIFE

    Drawn to his career

    Life, Yanapon Musiket, Published on 01/02/2012

    » Illustrator Pierre Le-Tan is a man of few words. Like every single line in his meticulous drawings, he is very careful with the words he uses, but his every answer is delivered with honesty and emotion.


    Much ado about nothing

    Life, Yanapon Musiket, Published on 02/02/2012

    » During the morning news talk show Reung Lao Sao Athit on Channel 3 last Saturday, the presenter reported a story in which a team of policemen led by the outspoken politician Chuwit Kamolwisit shut down a nightclub, Narcissus, located off Sukhumvit Road the previous night. Chuwit, formerly a massage parlour tycoon, claimed the club is known to host secret "drug parties" and was a place "where foreigners assemble for unlawful purposes". However, urine tests on the spot did not return a single person testing positive for drugs.

  • LIFE

    Cheering The Underdog

    Life, Yanapon Musiket, Published on 08/02/2012

    » When Luke Cassady-Dorion speaks Thai, he immediately charms most Thais he talks to with his surprising fluency and Thai-at-heart personality. And last month, as a documentary film-maker, Cassady-Dorion impressed Thai audiences with his debut film that every Thai should be proud of.

  • LIFE

    What the eyes don't see

    Life, Yanapon Musiket, Published on 22/02/2012

    » It is rather hard for anyone not to stop and stare at the quirky photographs by French artist Philippe Ramette, who appears fully dressed in a suit and tie in every picture of his latest exhibition, posing and defying the laws of gravity, as if he possesses super powers or pulling off a magical trick where he sits serenely underwater or walks horizontally on a tall palm tree.

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