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  • LIFE

    The loud (but lost) American

    Life, Chris Baker, Published on 30/01/2012

    » In print, the name of Jim Thompson is rarely far away from the word "legend". The outline of his life is well known. He arrived in Bangkok at the tail end of the Second World War as part of the proto-CIA. He gained a reputation as a host, bon viveur, aesthete and art collector. He started a glamorous silk business, that still bears his name, and built a house that remains a major tourist attraction. He disappeared off the face of the earth in 1967, providing the mystery which is essential for any good legend.

  • AUTO

    Sweeter Swede

    Life, Richard Leu, Published on 30/01/2012

    » The Volvo S60's position is now clearer in the Thai market

  • LIFE

    Bridging past, present and future

    Life, Samila Wenin, Published on 30/01/2012

    » Art is the last stage of luxury, or so believes Barom Bhicharnchitr, creative and marketing director of Central Embassy _ the latest newbie of Central Retail Corporation Ltd (CRC) _ that is likely to prompt Ploenchit junction to snatch the crown of shopping mecca from Ratchaprasong.

  • LIFE

    Meeting of Mindsets

    Life, Gerry Popplestone, Published on 30/01/2012

    » This young guy seemed surprised that I wanted to take his picture. It was Chinese New Year's Day and I, too, was surprised _ intrigued to find him hard at work and in Yaowarat of all places. I've no idea how many hours he has already put into the carving. It's an intricate piece of work, with elephants, foliage from the jungle and, of course, some fiery dragons! What struck me most, apart from the care he has lavished on the carving, was that he had no idea how valuable this kind of work can be. Nor how much talented woodcarvers like him would earn in the wealthier countries of the West.


    Promoting agro-tourism in Chiang Rai

    Life, Karnjana Karnjanatawe, Published on 30/01/2012

    » Boon Rawd Brewery has opened its farm to the public to promote agro-tourism in Chiang Rai.

  • LIFE

    Look to the bright side

    Life, Sirinya Wattanasukchai, Published on 30/01/2012

    » There's always a positive side to every bad luck. For those whose houses were hit by floods last year, this is a good time to rearrange your homes and welcome the Year of the Dragon. Damage caused by floodwater makes it easier for you to decide which pieces to throw away and which to keep, and where exactly the new furniture should be placed.


    Sheraton Pattaya Resort

    Life, Published on 03/02/2012

    » 437 Phra Tamnak Road, Pattaya - Call: 038-259-888 - Fax: 038-259-899 - Visit: - Email:


    Thai buddhism in the next decade

    Life, Phra Paisal Visalo, Published on 07/02/2012

    » Ten years ago, some observers were voicing doubts about whether the increasing popularity of meditation retreats among the middle class would just be a passing fad. What we are witnessing today has shown that the meditation retreats are still growing and steadily expanding into all sectors of the middle class.


    The quest for parity

    Life, Published on 07/02/2012

    » Being born female is the result of bad karma. Women are innately inferior to men in wisdom and other spiritual qualities. The male form is the better vehicle for spiritual progress. These are the traditional _ deeply rooted and arguably still widely held _ views found in many Buddhist countries, Thailand included, despite there being no dispute of the Buddha's own unequivocal confirmation that women are also capable of being enlightened.


    Heartfelt offerings

    Life, Pamela Tan, Published on 06/02/2012

    » St Valentine's Day is approaching. It's the day of love, an occasion for many to express their tender feelings and warm wishes to loved ones _ family members, friends, significant others.

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