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    Putting a diplomatic foot in it

    B Magazine, Andrew Biggs, Published on 13/12/2015

    » There is a Thai idiom that translated into English means “foot-stirring”. This is the act of deliberately provoking in an obnoxious manner. The Thai word is guan-teen but don’t go throwing that word around the beer bar just yet, dear reader.

  • LIFE

    An album full of hits

    B Magazine, Chanun Poomsawai, Published on 13/12/2015

    » Coldplay's new album has a pop-dance feel about it and some special people making guest appearances.

  • LIFE

    Amazing saddles

    B Magazine, Published on 13/12/2015

    » The rapid clicking of a spinning bike wheel echoed through the quiet room, an oddly antique sound, as if we had travelled back in time. The sound alone is enough to send a chill down the spine of any bike lover, a rhythmic clicking that belongs to machines of a certain vintage.

  • LIFE

    The best of Naples

    B Magazine, Published on 13/12/2015

    » An Italian proverb says: See Naples and die. This means that once you’ve been to Naples, there’s nothing left in the world worth seeing.

  • LIFE

    Danger lurking in your dinner

    B Magazine, Suthon Sukphisit, Published on 13/12/2015

    » It is really incredible that the Department of Medical Sciences at the Ministry of Public Health has stated that fresh food treated with formalin can be made safe for consumption by washing and cooking. One high-ranking department official explained in detail that formalin is water-soluble, and that when it is present in fresh foods such as seafood, pork, chicken, or vegetables, repeated washing can reduce the quantity, and since most of these foods will be cooked, the heat will make whatever remains safe to eat.

  • LIFE

    I heard it through the grapevine

    B Magazine, Normita Thongtham, Published on 13/12/2015

    » When I was in grade school, my father tried to germinate seeds of grapes imported from California at our home in the rice growing region of Central Luzon in the Philippines. He did not expect the seeds to germinate, as he knew the fruit was grown in a climate so different from ours.

  • LIFE

    An escape that’s to the east of centre

    B Magazine, Usnisa Sukhsvasti, Published on 13/12/2015

    » Residents of Bangkok’s eastern suburbs don’t have to go far to hang out now, with the recent opening of Central Festival Eastville on Praditmanutham Road. The new lifestyle centre opened with a bang, with celebrities, models and young entertainment personalities joining the party, along with their furry friends to take advantage of the pet-friendly facilities.


    A childhood in conflict

    Spectrum, Published on 13/12/2015

    » Child welfare activist Wannakanok Pohitaedaoh, 33, is always surrounded by children whose family life has been up-ended by southern violence. Through the Luukrieang foundation based in Yala’s Muang district, she provides shelter to about 20 “orphans” who have lost either one or both of their parents to the conflict in the South, now in its 11th year.


    Food fight: the battle over the future of farming

    Spectrum, Nanchanok Wongsamuth, Published on 13/12/2015

    » When Winus Srisombatraethong purchased green papaya seeds from farmers in Pathum Thani province in 2009, he had no reason to suspect anything unusual.


    The monk turned model breaking all the rules

    Spectrum, Chaiyot Yongcharoenchai, Published on 13/12/2015

    » Flipping through a photo album of her life, Phajaranat Nobantao can’t help but shed tears of mixed emotions. On the outside, the 22-year-old transgender model seems to have it all, but her path has not been strewn with roses.

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