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  • OPINION

    Planes, trains and tragedies

    Life, Pimrapee Thungkasemvathana, Published on 25/07/2014

    » For seven years, I flew back and forth between the US and Bangkok twice a year, always with at least a three-hour transit at Tokyo Narita Airport. If I was lucky and sat on the right side of the plane, I got to watch the sun rise above the sea of clouds from the plane window. My skin would always itch from the dry air and my lips would chap. I often found myself sitting next to a Japanese businessman who drank Asahi after Asahi. I once cried so hard watching Up, I had to explain to the concerned passenger next to me that I was OK — I was just watching a very sad cartoon.

  • LIFE

    Concert to warm hearts

    Life, Published on 25/07/2014

    » Famous songs from Broadway musicals and tunes from Disney movies will be rendered by four vocalists with piano accompaniment by two pianists during a concert at Thong Lor Art Space on Aug 2 at 4pm.

  • LIFE

    Let them eat cake

    Life, Published on 25/07/2014

    » The International Cake Day festival is back at Ratchaprasong Square, where six pastry chefs from six hotels are presenting their signature cakes at their respective venues.

  • LIFE

    Wake in fright

    Life, Kong Rithdee, Published on 25/07/2014

    » The parched outback saps all the juice from their hearts. In The Rover, David Michôd’s Aussie western that opens this week, two men traverse a lawless wasteland looking for a stolen car and maybe for the last shreds of empathy. Something bad has happened — to the world and its population. The film blithely leaves out any explanation, but we gather that it was some sort of financial apocalypse that reduces Australia to an expanse of sand-blustering wilderness. The collapse renders the local currency useless (only the US dollar is accepted) and pushes men either towards stupor or barbarism.

  • LIFE

    It’s all about the beef

    Life, Vanniya Sriangura, Published on 25/07/2014

    » The boom of Japanese-style, tabletop barbecue beef restaurants in Bangkok over the past few years makes it hard to imagine that in the past decade the popularity of beef consumption among Thais was almost almost at zero.

  • LIFE

    The pleasures of Parma

    Life, Vanniya Sriangura, Published on 25/07/2014

    » You consistently crave them, your kids are crazy about them and most chefs can’t live without them.

  • LIFE

    Watch out for these beauties

    Life, Pamela Tan, Published on 25/07/2014

    » Trocadero Group, an exclusive distributor of leading watch brands in Thailand, celebrates its 20th anniversary in conjunction with the Siam Paragon Watch Expo 2014 by showcasing fascinating timepieces by world-renowned luxury watchmakers.

  • LIFE

    Time to shop

    Life, Pamela Tan, Published on 25/07/2014

    » Siam Paragon shopping centre and Paragon Department Store are joining forces to host the "Siam Paragon Watch Expo 2014", which promises to be one of Thailand’s biggest watch fairs, from July 31 to Aug 18.

  • OPINION

    A pageant of stupidity

    Guru, Sumati Sivasiamphai, Published on 25/07/2014

    » OMG, guys, help! I haven’t been able to eat, sleep or concentrate for the past few months because of all the drama surrounding this year’s Miss Universe Thailand pageant.

  • OPINION

    Guru Asks

    Guru, Sumati Sivasiamphai, Published on 25/07/2014

    » Where can you get married in Hong Kong?

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